Painting and drawing classes to begin
 at the Sullivan County Library

Painting and drawing classes to beginCrown Beach in Alameda. Provided photo.

Beginning on March 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., local artist Dan Curry will be
offering free painting and drawing classes in the Sullivan County Library. The residency program will be for adults 18 years or older and will be held Saturdays at the Library from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Painting and drawing classes to begin
Pictured, is local artist Dan Curry. Provided photo.

Two Saturdays (April 11 and 18) will be excluded due to other scheduled activities for the artist. A list of specific dates will be shared during the first class for the convenience of all involved. Interested persons can sign up at either the Sullivan County Library, Sullivan Terrace, or at Pam’s Restaurant. 

The Medias covered are Charcoal / Pencil Drawing Pastel, Watercolor, Acrylics, and Oils. The subjects covered will be dynamic drawing / painting, still life, portrait, and landscape. 

Painting and drawing classes to begin
Local artist Dan Curry is pictured with Pat Witt. Provided photo.

The sponsored residency will conclude by May 30, but the artist will offer private sessions at the Sullivan Terrace once per month and will advise on framing needs and provide a plein air experience. There will be a fee for these classes. 

All participants’ art created can be prepared for display in the library and selected work will be exhibited at the library. 

The Sullivan County Library is located at 206 Center St. in Dushore, Pa.

Painting and drawing classes to begin
An Italian cross. Provided photo.

Funding for the program is made possible by the Northern Tier Partners for the Arts and the Friends of the Sullivan County Library (United Way). Northern Tier Partners for the Arts are the division of the Bradford County Regional Arts Council (BCRAC) that handles the grant reallocation from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA). The Sullivan County Council on the Arts also provides significant contributions to the program as well.

The art classes were first introduced by Dan Curry in 2016, and have been
continued through grants and funds from various local arts councils, the
Friends of the Sullivan County Library (United Way), and the Pennsylvania
Council on the Arts.

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