West Texas Series Painting Workshops Start Soon
If you’re keen to paint or learn additional skills and enjoy the West Texas scenery, you’ll enjoy a series of workshops hosted by the Lubbock Department of Parks and Recreation.
The West Texas Series Painting Workshop is a collection of four artworks inspired by the flora, fauna, and landscape of the West Texas area. Each workshop focuses on a different topic as per the Lubbock Parks and Recreation page.
3/13 – Agave in full bloom – plant
3 / 27- Cotton Bolls
4/10 – Abstract Texas Horned Lizard
4 / 24- Palo Duro Canyon landscape
Register for 1 workshop or the whole series. Discount for all 4th registrations by 11.03. Required by 12 noon. From age 6. (2 hours) Please arrive on time. Classes end at the scheduled time.
* Virtual option based on personal availability: participants can pick up consumables and follow the step-by-step video instructions to take their picture at home. Painting rec pack and canvas included.
The cost is $ 40 per person and is open to those six and older. Fifteen positions are still open at the time of publication. The last filing date is March 11th. You can register for one or all four classes.
Here you can register and receive further information.
Classes begin Saturday, March 13th, 10am to 12pm at the Hodges Community Center on 4011 University Ave.
According to the Parks and Recreation Facebook page, these paintings are large canvas prints, but smaller canvas options are provided for those who want them.
No word on whether or not you need to wear a mask, but you can bring one with you just in case.