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Patio Visitor Acrylic Workshop with Peggy Dyke

Join artist and instructor Peggy Dyke to paint Patio Visitor, a darling scene where a cat visits a rustic door where potted plants reside on a pickle barrel and stool. The two-day workshop with be on Saturdays, July 20 and 27 from 11-2:30 p.m. at the SMAC Art Center in Hollister.

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Patio Visitor Acrylic Workshop with Peggy Dyke
Patio Visitor Acrylic Workshop with Peggy Dyke

Time & Location

Jul 20, 2024, 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Hollister, 7 Downing St, Hollister, MO 65672, USA

About the event

Patio Visitor Acrylic Workshop

When: Saturdays, July 20 & 27, 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Where: SMAC Art Center, 7 Downing Street, Hollister, MO

Who: Adults (beginner and intermediate artists)

Fee: $110 per person ($55 for Hollister residents)

Join artist and instructor Peggy Dyke to paint Patio Visitor, a darling scene where a cat visits a rustic door where potted plants reside on a pickle barrel and stool. The two-day workshop with be on Saturdays, July 20 and 27 from 11-2:30 p.m. at the SMAC Art Center in Hollister.

With two days to complete your canvas, you’ll be able to take your time and master the techniques more readily. Peggy will demonstrate each step and guide you as you follow along to create cute rustic painting. With Peggy’s teaching method, this painting is doable whether you are a beginner or an intermediate artist. There is something for everyone that can be learned in this workshop. The fee is $110/per person for both days, which covers everything you will need, including a 20”x16” canvas. Thanks to a generous grant from the City of Hollister Parks and Recreation Department, Hollister residents only pay half ($55). Write the word "Hollister" in the discount code section during checkout to receive the resident reduction.

About the Instructor: Peggy has been an art instructor for more than 30 years, teaching acrylics, oils and graphite drawing. She loves sharing her passion and knowledge for art with others. Her own art has a unique western style, depicting animals, Native American life and cowboys. When Peggy isn’t painting or teaching, she is raising and training horses on her and her husband’s ranch in Nixa.

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