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Explore Endangered Species through Painting and Sculpture Classes at the J. Bryan Floyd Community Center
Posted by Century 21 Thomas Blogger | Friday, May 20, 2016


Persons 10 years of age and older are invited to participate in painting and sculpting Endangered Species Art Classes at the J. Bryan Floyd Community Center, 1030 Possum Trot Road, North Myrtle Beach. No painting or sculpting experience is necessary.

Classes with instructor Stephanie Sellers will occur Thursdays from June 2 through August 18. Morning classes will focus on painting endangered species on 16 x 20 stretched canvases using acrylic paints. Afternoon classes will focus on sculpture classes using Air Dry Clay (a safe, nontoxic medium) to create 8 to 12 figures of endangered species. Students will leave each class with their own unique, completed works of art.

Participants will also learn interesting facts about the different endangered species they work on. For example, one can explore the majesty of the Humpback Whale surfacing along our coast via an acrylic paint class in the morning, then use the afternoon class to explore the Humpback Whale in true form in a clay sculpting class using Air Dry Clay.

CLASS SCHEDULE

All painting classes are 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., and all sculpting classes are 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

  • June 2: HAWKSBILL SEA TURTLE
  • June 16: LEATHERBACK SEA TURTLE
  • June 30: FIN WHALE
  • July 7: AMERICAN ALLIGATOR
  • July 21: WEST INDIAN MANATEE
  • August 4: HUMPBACK WHALE
  • August 18: KEMPS RIDLEY SEA TURTLE


The fee is $35 for each class. Preregistration is required to ensure space and materials. Email Stephanie Sellers at Gaumedup@gmail.com or call (919)353-2522. Pay Pal payments are accepted.

For more information, visit the Facebook group North Myrtle Beach SC, Explore Endangered Species in Sculpture and Painting Facebook or call the J. Bryan Floyd Community Center at (843) 280-5584



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