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Introduction to Watercolor Painting Series

May 10 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Introduction to Watercolor Painting Series with instruction by George Fulk and Catherine McCarty.
Classes Times/Dates: Tuesdays beginning on May 10th, and then again on May 17th, 24th and 31st. The time for each class will be from 9:30am-12:00pm, at the Muskogee Art Guild studio.
Please advance register for the series on the MAG website, the supply list and materials needed are available at https://www.muskogeeartguild.org/…/481fec6e-3e04-4076….
If learning how to paint with watercolors is on your bucket list, here is your chance. The Muskogee Art Guild is offering a four-week course open to everyone in May for only $120. Become a member of the guild for $40 and pay only $100 for this course and enjoy deep discounts on all other workshops offered this year plus use of their library full of great books about how to paint.
George Fulk and Catherine McCarty will teach this course. Both are experienced in teaching and in watercolor painting. By having two instructors, participants will be able to get plenty of individual help and experience diverse teachings.
Classes will be held at the guild’s new studio, located at 106 S. Main in Muskogee, OK from 9:30am to 12 noon on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning May 10th. You will be expected to provide your own materials and a copy of the text, Watercolor Basics: Let’s Get Started by Charles Reid. You can get a copy of the required materials and register for the course on the guild’s website, muskogeeartguild.org.

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Muskogee Art Guild, Inc
106 S. Main Street
Muskogee, 74403
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