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‘Bottles and Brushes’ Art Class at Museum of Agriculture on April 15

April 5, 2016

The Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will host the “Bottles and Brushes” art class on April 15 from 6-8 p.m.  Participants will paint “Sunflower” by Brenda Rose, a local artist and the “Bottles and Brushes” instructor.

“Much of the sunflower’s meaning stems from its namesake – the sun,” said Polly Huff, assistant director and curator at the Museum.  “It is best known as a flower symbolizing adoration, loyalty and longevity.”

Rose will guide participants through the process of recreating her original work, while students create their own interpretation before their eyes.  Participants can bring their favorite beverage while enjoying an evening of creativity and fun.  The Gallery at the Museum will provide the paint, canvas and brushes.

Registration for the class is on a first come, first served basis upon payment of the fee. Space is limited so early registration is important.  Participants must register ahead of time by contacting Huff at The class fee is $25 per person or $40 for couples.  It is non-refundable and non-transferable. The fee includes all supplies and instruction.

Companies who are looking for a unique team-building experience or a way to reward exceptional employees can participate in the corporate edition of “Bottles and Brushes.”  The corporate painting will be custom-tailored to fit each company’s mascot, theme, or idea.

Gift certificates are available for future classes.
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