Woodblock Print with Suzanne Lewis

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The white line woodblock was invented in Provincetown in the 1920's. Inspired by Japanese prints, areas are delineated with wood carving tools, then painted with watercolors.

Instructor: Suzanne Lewis

Date: Saturday, Oct 21

Time: 10-4 PM

Tuition: $70/60 members ($15 materials fee to be paid to instructor on Oct 21)

Portsmouth Arts Guild at 2679 E Main Road, Portsmouth

PAG Workshops, P.O. 1181 Bristol, 02809, or workshops@portsmoutharts.org

Suzanne Lewis, Registrar, at 401-254-1668, or suzannelewis@fullchannel.net

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