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LGAC schedules art classes

Looking Glass Artist Collective will be offering the following classes at their location at 405 N. Lee St.[0xa0]
Weaving on a Gourd: 10 a.m.-noon, Jan. 15, taught by Pamela Deal.[0xa0]$25 with all materials included.[0xa0]Call 704-279-5376 to make reservations by Jan. 14. Pay at the class.
[0xa0] Introduction to Watercolor: 2-4 p.m., Jan. 15, taught by Cathy Benfield Matthews.[0xa0]Introduction and step-by-step demonstration, complete one 8×10 painting. $40, all materials provided except brushes and thin board for attaching paper. Call 704-855-7952 to make reservations by Jan. 14. Pay at the class.
The Basics of Crochet: 6:30-8:30 p.m., Jan. 19, taught by Nancy Gaines. Learn four basic stitches while making a hat. $25, all materials and equipment included (except scissors, bring your own.[0xa0] Pre-register and prepay no later than Jan. 17.[0xa0]Checks may be made payable to Nancy Gaines and mailed to Looking Glass Artist Collective, attn: Nancy Gaines-Crochet, 405 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144.
[0xa0] Valentine Card Stamping: 10 a.m.-noon, Jan. 22, hosted by Ann Cooper, taught by Glenda Trexler, free. Stamping supplies will be for sale.[0xa0] Learn more about stamping at[0xa0] www.stampwithGlenda.com.[0xa0] Class size is limited.[0xa0]Email salisburyartists@gmail.com for more information and to make reservations.
Beginner Oil Painting Series: 10 a.m.-noon Mondays, Jan. 24-Feb. 28, for those who have no experience in oil painting.[0xa0]Finish two 16×20 paintings during the series.[0xa0] $150,[0xa0] call 1-336-596-2485 for information.[0xa0]Pre-register and pay[0xa0]no later than Jan. 21 by cash or check[0xa0]made payable to Norma Owen and mailed[0xa0]to Looking Glass Artist Collective, attn:[0xa0]Norma Owen Oil Painting, 405 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144.
Beginner Watercolor: 1-3 p.m., Mondays, Jan. 24-Feb. 21. Introduction and step-by-step demonstration, complete three or four 8-inch-by-10-inch paintings. $180, all materials provided except brushes and thin board for attaching paper.[0xa0]Call[0xa0]704-855-7952 [0xa0]for more information.[0xa0] Pre-register and pay[0xa0]no later than Jan. 21 by cash or check[0xa0]made payable to[0xa0]Cathy Matthews. and mailed[0xa0]to Looking Glass Artist Collective, attn:[0xa0]Cathy Matthews Watercolor Series, 405 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144.[0xa0]
Tangle Art: 10 a.m.-noon, Jan. 29, taught by Ann Cooper.[0xa0][0xa0]No art experience is needed.[0xa0]$25 includes all materials and framing.[0xa0]Email salisburyartists@gmail.com[0xa0] for more information and to make reservations by Jan. 28.[0xa0]Pay at the class.[0xa0]

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