Dip into experimental art this summer

Local artist Silvia Cabrera Williams will teach an experimental watermedia workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. each Thursday in June at the Leapin’ Frog Gallery in Waynesville.

Many common household items such as shaving cream, dishwashing rinse aid, petroleum jelly and aluminum foil will be used to produce experimental art. Feel free to bring failed watercolors to revive.

Williams has been an artist for many years and is a member of the International Society of Experimental Artists. Her favorite media are watercolor, ink and acrylics.

Cost is $100. Supply list available upon registration.

828.456.8441 to reserve your space.

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