The Community Room
Watercolor is one of the most popular painting mediums, yet many artists consider it to be one of the more challenging painting techniques to master. Due to its delicacy, watercolor can be hard to control. Artists must find a balance using skillful techniques and allowing the paint to flow naturally and subtly. Joanne Murray will guide students through the entire process in this Watercolor Wednesdays series. Participants will learn elements of design as well as various watercolor techniques including wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, splattering, dry brush, and more.
Sergeant Jaime McGreal from the Orrville Police Department will emphasize real world scenarios and realistic techniques on how women can defend themselves against potential danger. The class will cover both physical and mental strategies on how to diffuse and eliminate threatening situations, as well as equipping women with the confidence needed to protect themselves. Must be at least 16 years old to attend.