Comox Valley Record

Come As You Are to art classes

Any ideas on when the rain is going to stop?

Experts say that it's pretty much like waiting for water to boil — the more you watch it, the longer it takes.

Experts say that if you find something really interesting to do while you're waiting, before you know it, it'll be time to mow the lawn. Experts say that making art is really, really interesting.

How convenient then, that Sandra Lamb is soon to start her second session of Come As You Art classes at the Sports Centre on Vanier Drive.

And what luck that it's open to all mediums and skill levels; just bring your projects or ideas, a few art supplies and get started. Sandra has been teaching many mediums in art in the Comox Valley for over 10 years and is qualified to edge you into your art journey or just assist you through the sticky bits that have you stuck.

These Wednesday morning classes run Feb. 29 to March 28 and are kept small, so there is plenty of individualized attention and a bit of structure if you need it. Cost is $100.

And for those who are looking a few weeks down the road, there's  Strictly Watercolour and Drawing & Painting the Human Figure, which will commence March 14 and April 4, respectively.

Check out www.twolambs.ca/Swork.html or call Sandra at 250-337-5487 (e-mail Sandra@twolambs.ca) to get all the juicy details.

Good gracious, surely with such a tempting creative choice you can tear yourself away from the drizzly window pane for a few mornings! Experts say that water eventually will boil, and the rain can't last forever, even if you're watching it. But why take chances?

— Sandra Lamb

 

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