Art club kicks off

THE NEW Terrace Art Club is well underway with its workshops for those who want to learn some art skills.

MAUREEN O'CONNELL leads a watercolour workshop at the first week of the Terrace Art Club at the Skeena Junior Secondary art room. More than 30 people came out to learn some art techniques.

THE NEW Terrace Art Club is well underway with its workshops for those who want to learn some art skills.

Each evening consists of a proposed theme or medium to work with, but participants are not limited to the chosen workshop – just come out and create.

Several artists are lined up to teach the workshops.

The next workshop is Jan. 30 and will be on textures. Bring tools and ideas to create texture on paper. Participants are asked to bring supplies and watercolour or acrylic.

The art club has workshops scheduled to the end of April and will take advantage of the time of year with workshops geared to Valentine’s Day and Easter.

Attendance is free (gallery membership is encouraged) and all ages and skill-levels are welcome to attend.

Come out and experience an uninterrupted evening of creativity!

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