Winter Wonderland Landscape – Acrylic
Winter Wonderland Landscape Painting !!
Gwen Cicone, Instructor
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Three weeks • January 15, 22, 29 • 2020
Wonderful Winter Watercolor
HAA and Rita Cooper‘s
“Wonderful Winter Watercolor Workshop”
Saturday, January 18, 2020
10AM – 3PM
Churchville Presbyterian Church (this is a change from 2019)
2844 Churchville Rd
Churchville, MD 21028
Cost: HAA members – $50
non-members – $60
Limit: 20 artists
Send or drop off your payment to:
The Harford Artists’ Gallery
37 North Main Street
Armory Marketplace • Suite 104
Bel Air, MD, 21014
Fused Glass Workshop with Pat Stein.
Create one of a kind jewelry pieces for holiday gift giving.
No glass cutting experience required!
Monday, January 27 – 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
$45.00 HAA Members • $50.00 non-members
Register by stopping by the Gallery or download the application here.
(Parking lot located off Lee St)
37 N Main St Suite 104 Bel Air, MD 21014
Acrylic Paint Pouring
Come learn all about Acrylic Pour Painting and how to achieve some awesome results by “swiping”.
Laura Hofherr leads this fun filled workshop!!
$40.00 for HAA members and $45.00 for non-members and all supplied are provided.
February 15 • 10 am – Noon
Stop by the Gallery to register or
download the application here
Take a Chance on Art – Lottery Auction
A lottery style auction and a heck of a good time!
$100 per couple and everyone goes home with a piece of art valued at over $75!!
Enjoy music, fabulous art, light fare, wine and great conversation.
Finish the evening with a lively round of numbers being called
to see who gets to take home which of their favorite pieces of art.
For tickets, go to Eventbrite
June 1-3, 2020
Harford Artist’s Association
Bel Air, MD
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!
Limited number of students!
Download application here or stop by the Gallery to register.
37 N. Main Street • Armory Marketplace • Suite 104
Bel Air, MD 21014 • Parking lot located off of Lee Street
(Across from Bel Air Elementary School)
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