Cregal Art will host a free card making demonstration day and a variety of art classes throughout the summer months to facilitate both adults and children.
The demonstration takes place on Saturday May 24 at the Cregal Art premises.
Card making is a wonderful hobby that appeals to adults and children of all ages. It is a great way to express your creativity, imagination, and originality. No special skills are required to create some magical designs.
Creating fantastic homemade cards is a great way of spending time with family and friends. So why not start something new?
There is joy in the process of creating, as well as in giving and receiving, handmade cards. The vastly experienced card-maker, Cliona Larkin, will be demonstrating at the event.
With her first-hand professional tips and advice, people will be able to grasp the fundamental basics of card-making.
Children’s art classes will start this Saturday, May 17, at the Cregal Art premises on Monivea Road, which has free parking.
Whether you are an art fanatic or simply looking to explore your creative side, Cregal Art’s summer classes will help you grasp the basics and develop your skill in card making, and oil and watercolour painting. It is a great way to express your creativity, imagination, and originality.
There will be classes in the morning and evening to accommodate everyone.
Adult classes will be taught at both beginner and advanced level.
All details regarding these courses can be found on the Cregal Art website.