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Blessed Pumpkin Wood Board Workshop 9/30/23 from 10AM-12PM

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Embrace the autumn season with this pumpkin painting workshop. Learn to paint a seasonal white pumpkin on a 10" x 10" board. Finish off your artwork with a "Blessed" copper sign. Display your new fall decor with either the jute hanging string or by the sawtooth hanger located on the back. All supplies are included in the price of the workshop. Class size is small to ensure everyone gets individual attention from the instructor and has an enjoyable experience.

Please note, there is no public restroom available for this short event. Workshop takes place in Elmer, NJ. Address will be provided to you after registration.
Workshop Policies

Art Workshop Policies

  • Workshops take place at my studio in Elmer
  • If a student has special needs, please inform the instructor to ensure proper accommodations may be provided
  • If a student has to cancel their participation they must do so as soon as possible. A refund will only be given if the instructor is contacted 7 days prior to the class.
  • If the instructor is contacted at least 24 hours in advance but less than the 7 days prior to the event, the student may take another class at a later date.
  • If the instructor is not contacted 24 hours prior to class, the class may not be made up and a refund will not be given.
  • Payment for workshops/classes is due at registration.
  • Each workshop size is limited to 15 students with a minimum of 4 students for the class/workshop to run. Other arrangements can be made by request.
  • Weather permitting, some workshops will take place outside.
    Blessed Pumpkin Wood Board Workshop 9/30/23 from 10AM-12PM

    Supporting the Future of Agriculture

    Kimberly English has donated over $4,000 to Salem County Future Farmers of America Chapters

    About the Artist

    Kimberly English is a professional artist and certified art teacher. She uses her artwork to advocate for farmers and raise money for students in Future Farmers of America Chapters. Her paintings have been featured in magazines, on television, and have won International awards.

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