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Lakeside Artisans To Host Watercolor Monoprinting Class

OSWEGO, NY – Michele Southgate, member artist in Lakeside Artisans, is offering a class in Watercolor Monoprinting of seasonal greeting cards/decorations on December 4.

 “Blue on Blue” by Michele Southgate is an example of the Watercolor Monoprint technique.

“Blue on Blue” by Michele Southgate is an example of the Watercolor Monoprint technique.

The class will run from 6-9 p.m. at 191 W. First St.

The watercolor printing technique is a fun way to print one-of-a-kind Christmas cards and/or decorations for the Christmas tree.

A non-refundable $10 deposit is required to register for the class.

For further information or for registration, please call Lakeside Artisans at 342-8880 or contact them at lakesideartisans@gmail.com

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