VANDALIA — Vandalia Senior Center has obtained a grant from the Dayton Cultural Arts Foundation to hold four art classes for adults. A nominal fee of $10 will be charged for each class attended and includes supplies. It’s a great opportunity to start on a new hobby or to try a new medium you’ve never done before.
All classes will be held at the Center from 9:30 -11:30 a.m.
- Friday, October 9 – Pen and Ink with Ed Wilson, a local artist who has exhibited his work at Vandalia City Building. and Fairborn Art Association. Since retiring he enjoys drawing the homes of friends and others and he participated in the totem pole art project at Vandalia Art Park.
- Friday, October 16 – Drawing with Jean Henninger who also participated in the totem pole art display, is versed in most mediums and recently retired as art teacher at St. Christopher’s.
- Friday, October 23 –Colored Pencil with Ellie Earnhart who is a retired cardiac nurse who has enjoyed art since attending art camp every summer as a kid. She enjoys all mediums but colored pencil is her favorite. She studies under Tom Kilarney at Vandalia Senior Center. She has exhibited works at Sinclair and the Fairborn Art Association
- Friday, October 30 – Watercolor with Cass Barth a local artist and former teacher who also participated in the totem pole project. She teaches art at For the Arts in Lakeside, Ohio, every summer and does slate decorative painting and many other art forms.
Register for one or all classes by September 24 in person at the center with Toni Williams or mail with payment (checks made out to Vandalia Senior Center) 21 Tionda Dr. South, Vandalia, OH 45377. Please indicate which class(es) you are attending. Senior Center membership not required for these four classes.
Reach the Vandalia Senior Center with questions at 898-1232.