Sequence painting
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WILMINGTON- Gallery Wright Studio is calling out the curious on Sunday, June 30, from 1 to 4 pm.

Curious about what it’s like to paint? Sequencing is an approach to painting developed by Ric Campman at the River Gallery School. It is a way for both absolute novice and experienced art-makers to enter the process of painting at a deep and direct level. The intent is to keep the connection between the eye, the hand, and the painting as intuitive and nonintellectual as possible. This workshop, taught by Lydia Thompson of River Gallery School, is recommended for both novice and experienced art-makers.

The workshop is $65. Preregister by calling (802) 464-9922. Gallery Wright Studio is located at 103 West Main Street. Visit the Facebook page at Gallery Wright and the studio for more information.
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