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August 18, 2019

Your Own Painted Canvas – Where Fun Meets Art – August 27th

 Explore your creative side in The Center for Rural Development’s new painting classes.

 Explore your creative side in The Center for Rural Development’s new painting series, “Your Own Painted Canvas – Where Fun Meets Art”.

The Center’s fourth “Your Own Painted Canvas – Where Fun Meets Art” class will be on August 27th. Continuing the mixed media fun, students will be using acrylic and ink to practice contrasting black and white with vibrant, complimentary colors. Students will also be working on using their brush to create basic shapes and their eye to create an implied shape. Also, it’s a panda!

Award winning instructor Jeremy Scrimager will guide you through creating your own version of the monthly featured painting. The Center will provide everything needed, along with the clean-up, so you can just show up and have a great time.

I think the best way to get folks comfortable using a paint brush is to not have to make one single solitary line. Just some swooshes, wooshes, whips, dips, dobs, and dabs. ,” said Jeremy Scrimager.

Visit www.centertech.com to register for one of The Center’s “Your Own Painted Canvas – Where Fun Meets Art” classes.

Each class will run from 6:30pm – 8:30pm and cost $35 per person. Participants must be over 12 years old to participate.

Registration will close 48 hours prior to class, with a limit of 30 people per class. If the class is full, please contact The Center at 606-677-6000 to be placed on a waiting list.

Full Series Dates:
August 27
September 17
October 15
November 12
December 17

 

Artist Bio:

Jeremy Scrimager was born and raised in Somerset, Kentucky. He is a graduate of Pulaski County High School and of Eastern Kentucky University. He is an artist, activist, and philanthropist.

His art style is a mix of traditional Appalachian folk, Jazz inspired funk, Gonzo, and street flavorings. He works in several media and often mixes a variety of each in his paintings. He has been featured on KET’s Kentucky Life, has twice been awarded recognition at Gonzofest in Louisville, has pieces in several states and a few other countries, and frequently donates art to local charitable organizations to aid in their fundraising efforts.

Known locally and in the art community as ‘Scrim’, he wants you to come out, experience the act of making art, learn a little something, and just have fun!

 

The Center is located at 2292 South U.S. 27 (at Traffic Light 15) in Somerset.

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