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Spring open house today at ASiF Studio in Grass Valley

The Artists’ Studio in the Foohtills invites the public to its Spring Open House today from 11 a.m - 4 p.m..
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Who: ASiF Studio Artists & Teachers

What: Open House with Classroom and Studio Demonstrations

Where: 940 Idaho Maryland Road, Grass Valley

When: Saturday from 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

Contact: Amanda Paoletti 530/210-3162

amandapaoletti.asif@gmail.com

The Artists’ Studio in the Foohtills invites the public to its Spring Open House from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. today.

The event features studio and classroom demonstrations by more than 20 resident artists and instructors.

Refreshments will be served and interactive art activities offered for the entire family. Also offered will be a gallery show featuring oil and watercolor painter Betsy Lombard.



Classroom and studio demonstrations will feature clay, acrylics, watercolor, printmaking, encaustic painting, and more, representing many of the center’s media based program offerings for all ages.

For a full schedule of demonstrations, visit ASiF’s events page at asifstudios.com




Resident instructor demos:

Eileen Blodgett — acrylic painting, printmaking and mixed media

Sharon Griffiths — encaustic painting

Cheri Guerette — watercolor painting

Claudia Jeffers — figurative ceramic sculpture

Denise Wey — acrylic painting and ceramics

Studio artist demos:

Eileen Blodgett, Odette Brush, Sally Herring, Betsy Hufnage, Betsey Leach, Jill Mahanna, Susan Michalski, Lin Schiffner, Jean Patterson, Carol Twombly, Glenna Veater, Mark Wilcox

For information on classes, workshops and upcoming events and exhibits, call ASiF at 530-274-7000, visit their Facebook or the website.


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