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Llano Fine Arts Presentation
Wednesday, April 27, 2011 • Posted April 27, 2011

Llano Fine Arts Guild will present a demonstration by Carol Light, longtime water-media artist,who specializes in watercolor and collage paintings. Carol Light was born and raised in Austin and grew up with a special love for nature and the beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Light attended both Tarlton College and the University of Texas, studying art, and has been a poster artist for the Austin Natural Science Center. She is a member of the Williamson County Art Guild and teaches classes at Sun City in Georgetown and at her studio . She and her family purchased an old farm in Walburg which they have renovated and have made into a home and a studio where Carol both works and teaches. Her work can be considered representational, but not photorealistic. Carol says that each painting reflects something about yourself, you may be the only one who can see it, but it is that energy that fuels the painting.

This will be a "hands on" program, using liquid acrylic paint in a watercolor manner. We will be painting on a 9" X 12" canvaas board. Please bring your"favorite" old watercolor brushes. We will have some brushes for those who may not have any. Please bring paper towels. All supplies will be furnished by the LFAG. Come ready to learn a new way of painting and to have fun.

The program begins at 10 AM on Monday, May 2nd, 2011 at Llano Fine Arts Guild, located at 503 Bessemer, Llano, Tx. The LFAG is next to Chrissy’s Bakery. Following the demonstration, a covered dish lunch will be served, about noon. A $5 donation covers the demonstration and includes the lunch. The Public is invited to attend this demonstration. The regular monthly business meeting will begin at 1 PM. We look forward to seeing you.

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