Come learn about sequencing painting
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An example of sequencing by Ric Campman.
An example of sequencing by Ric Campman.
WILMINGTON- Wondered what painting is all about? The Sequencing Workshop is a quick dip in those waters. It’s freeing, it’s fun, it’s a mess and then it’s great. On Saturday, November 30, from 1 to 4 pm at Gallery Wright is the monthly Sequencing workshop.

Sequencing is an approach to painting developed by Ric Campman, founder of the River Gallery School in Brattleboro. It is a way for both the absolute novice and experienced art-makers to enter the process of painting. The intent is to keep the connection between the hand and the eye as intuitive and non-intellectual as possible. The workshop will be led by Mary Wright, a certified Sequencing instructor. Price for this event will be $65. Pre-registar at (802) 464-9922.

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