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Cathy Harding Will Present "Hands On" Oil Demo Nov. 1. 2010
Wednesday, October 27, 2010 • Posted October 27, 2010

Llano Fine Arts Guild is pleased to present Cathy Harding for a "hands on" program, Monday November 1, 2010.Cathy has been painting for over forty years and has won awards in various shows and competitions. Her style is "impressionest", using mostly bristle brushes and finishing with pallete knife for dramatic detail. Her colors range from soft to vibrant, with subtle touches of color within her shadows..This will be an "oil paint" demo.

Cathy Harding is a retired police officer from the city of Dallas, with twenty two years of service. She and her husband moved to the Hill Country six years ago from Galvaston.Cathy is grandmother to 8, ranging in ages 14 years to 2 years old. There is a set of twins adopted from Russia, age 7. This along with her teaching keeps her very busy. She participates in galleries in Galvaston and Fredricksburg. Cathy is a member of The Fredricksburg Art Guild. She also participates in the monthly "Trades Days" in Fredricksburg.

The Program will begin at 10 AM Monday Nov.1 at Llano Fine Arts Guild, 503 Bessemer, next to Chrissey’s Bakery. Most of the supplies will be provided. We do ask if possible that you bring your own brushes , we do have a limited supply for use. The brushes needed are bristle brushes only, sizes # 8 and a smaller pointed bristle brush. Colors needed, Burnt Sienna, Cobalt or Untra Marine Blue, Alizarin Crimson, Yellow Orchre and White. We will share colors, but bring whatever you have. We will use "ordorless turp" The size support will be "8 X 10" canvas or canvas borard, the gallery will also have afew of these for use.

There will be a pot luck lunch served at noon, following the demo. We invite the public to participate, come join us to learn something new and to stay for the food and fellowship. A $5 donation covers the demo and the lunch. We look forward to seeing you.The regular monthly meeting of LFAG follows lunch at 1 PM.

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