MAKING WATERCOLOR PAINTS
10 AM to 12 PM
27 Cloister Ave, Ephrata, PA
William Reeves was not the first person to use watercolors, but he was the first to create and sell the watercolor box. The watercolor box contained blocks of watercolor paints that were already mixed and prepared for artists to paint with. On February 16th, we will be teaching adults and children how to make non-toxic, safe for children, watercolor paints in one of our first "Science Behind the Arts" S.T.E.A.M. workshops. We will also be painting with our handmade paints. This is a great workshop for teachers, parents and children to enjoy and learn from.
There is a $5 fee for this workshop per crafter. Please register and pay in advance to reserve your spot.
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This Workshop is Scheduled for
FEBRUARY 16 - 10AM-12PM