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January 21, 2015

Adventure in Art

Sheila Klein of Provost holds up someone’s piece of fresh art that had been worked on during a painting course on Saturday, January 17 in town. There were 13 students who were shown different techniques by Jill Sherring (walking, at back) in the Provincial Building. Another picture not shown here depicted the use of a squeegee during one of the creations. Featured that day was non-representational (a type of abstract) painting. The theme was urging the students to “loosen up their style” and get rid of past misconceptions of art, which “doesn’t have to be realistic to be good art” points out Sherring who has a degree in visual communications. As well, painting does not have to be centred around a brush but also the squeegee and rollers, paint knives and other items that will make a texture, she said. Each student was able to take home three pieces of newly-created art. ©Provost News Photos.

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