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Second Annual Hill Country Wildflower Watercolor Workshop at Granite Rock B&B
Thursday, March 26, 2009 • Posted March 26, 2009

Ginger Test will conduct the Second Annual Watercolor Workshop on April 17 & 18, 2009, at the Granite Rock B&B, in Mason, Texas.

The workshop will begin with a dinner Thursday evening at the B&B. Classes begin Friday and Saturday morning at 9 a.m. til 4 p.m.

Cost of the watercolor class is $90.00. You may register with Ginger Test, 325-723-2035 or Martha Kothmann, 325-258-4624. A supply list will be given out at the time of registration.

Ginger has shared her vast knowledge by teaching workshops on the art of watercolor. She regularly teaches workshops in the Texas Panhandle, the Davis Mountains, South Fork, Colorado and now two annual classes a year(Spring and Fall) in Mason, Texas. She teaches weekly classes in San Angelo and Abilene.

Her unique contemporary style features subjects such as cowboys and life in West Texas, as well as churches, flowers, wildlife and Indian pottery. One of her favorite subjects is hummingbirds. These paintings are rendered with the painstaking detail for which she has become famous. Ginger has had many one-woman shows and her paintings are displayed in homes and offices throughout the United States, Japan, Germany and Switzerland. She is a noted demonstrator and lecturer.

Also, available to those taking the workshop is the Second Annual Spring Watercolor Workshop cookbook. The cookbook contains all the menus and recipes served during the Spring Workshop. It is available to the public for $10 per book and all proceeds from the sale of the cookbook go to the Fine Art Association of the Hill country(FAAHC) Scholarship Fund.

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