Watercolor workshop taught by award winning teacher

| October 11, 2014

COSHOCTON – It is with great pleasure that the Pomerene Center for the Arts is offering a watercolor workshop taught by award winning teacher Chris Misencik-Bunn from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. The workshop is designed to help students learn to watercolor in a spontaneous and innovative way while developing their own personal style. It is open to painters of all levels ages 15 and over.

Misencik-Bunn resides in Fredericktown. She began her career as a designer for American Greeting Cards after receiving a BFA from Miami University of Ohio. After additional graduate work, a master’s degree and teaching in various venues, Christine realized her greatest joy was teaching in the public school setting at East Knox where she remained for 30 years.

Three Coshocton County young artists studied privately with Chris Bunn over the years. They all placed Top 25 in the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.….Cassie Howell RVHS ‘95, Megan Lightell RVHS ‘97, and homeschooled student Meredith Free who will finish high school this year. The Pomerene Center showed Lightell and Free’s work within the past year.

The quality of Misencik-Bunn’s work is supported by her accomplishments at exhibitions and through show awards. Her work has been exhibited in prestigious juried shows such as the Watercolor Society of America (2012, 2103) National Show and in the Ohio Watercolor Society 2005-2013.

The cost of the workshop is $100 and is limited to 10 students. The materials list can be found online by visiting the Pomerene Center for the Art`s website. You can register for the class by calling 622-0326 or online at www.pomerenearts.org.

The Pomerene Center for the Arts is located on the corner of Third and Mulberry Streets in Coshocton. The center is free and open to the public from 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment. For information, call 622-0326, e-mail [email protected] or visit http://pomerenearts.org.

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