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Last painting workshops of year at Appleton to focus on work of Arthur Watson Sparks

The last painting workshops for the year at the Appleton Museum of Art will focus on a well-known work by Arthur Watson Sparks.

The painting workshop, which is being taught by Vanessa Fuller Brown, will feature Sparks’ “Quai St. Catherine, Martigue” and will take place on three Wednesdays throughout the month: December 4, December 11, and December 18. Classes start at 1 p.m. and end at 5 p.m.

The class is recommended for intermediate students. The cost to attend is $100 for museum members and $115 to nonmembers.

Sign up online at Appleton Museum of Art website. Or pay over the phone by calling the front desk of the museum during normal business hours at 352-291-4455 ext. 1849. For questions, contact Hollis Mutch at [email protected] with any questions.

Register and pay over the phone by calling the Front Desk during normal business hours at 352-291-4455 ext. 1849 or online at Contact Hollis Mutch at [email protected] with any questions.

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