Art draws on cre­ative in­spi­ra­tion

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - ADVERTISING FEATURE CLASSES & TUITION -

MAK­ING art is for every­one and can have great health ben­e­fits for all peo­ple.

Come and join the com­mu­nity of Coffs Har­bour Cre­ative Arts Group, a not for profit or­gan­i­sa­tion run by mem­bers for mem­bers.

Mak­ing art al­lows you to con­cen­trate and re­lax and when com­bined with so­cial­is­ing with other peo­ple and learn­ing some­thing new it is a stim­u­lus that is pos­i­tive and re­ward­ing.

Art classes are run weekly with tu­tors ex­pe­ri­enced in their art dis­ci­plines and they help you learn in a non-com­pet­i­tive en­vi­ron­ment to achieve new skills or ex­pand on your own ex­pe­ri­ence.

Mon­day morn­ings is wa­ter­colours with Peter Wise­man, af­ter­noons paint­ing the land­scape with Ros Robert­son. Tues­days af­ter school, there’s art for kids with Chris Vella and Wed­nes­day morn­ings acrylics with Maria Sim­mons.

One and two-day work­shops are or­gan­ised reg­u­larly through­out the year

Lo­cated in the Show­ground Gallery, High­way en­trance op­po­site The Bai­ley Cen­tre.

De­tails: coff­shar­bourarts­group.com or con­tact Colleen 0448 655 960

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