Artists Pam and Larry Smith relocated their studio/gallery and art classes from their home in Norcross to space on Main Street in Duluth.
Artists Pam and Larry Smith display their original paintings and works by other artists at the recently opened 2 Smith Gallery on Main Street in downtown Duluth. The 1,250-square-foot gallery, filled with northern light ideal for painting, also serves at the site for weekly art classes they teach. Larry paints landscapes in oils and acrylics and describes his style as impressionistic. Pam specializes in portraits of adults, children and dogs. ‘His style is real loose, mine is real tight,” she said. Both accept commissions. They paint mostly from photographs. “It’s a more efficient use of time,” Pam said. The Smiths met while attending Auburn University. Larry was studying art, and Pam was majoring in elementary education. “She loved …
The offerings include drawing for adults and children, mixed media, oil and acrylic painting, glass art, photography, quilting, pottery, and more.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
Fall art classes start the week of Aug. 20 at the Hudgens Center for the Arts in Duluth. The offerings include creative drawing for adults and children, mixed media, oil and acrylic painting, glass art, photography, quilting, pottery, and more, according to a press release issued by the center. There will also be painting and pottery classes taught in Korean Classes are available both days and evenings and typically meet one day a week for eight weeks, although some meet only six weeks, such as a parent/child pottery class. Daytime pottery classes are offered for homeschoolers. The Hudgens also offers one-day workshops including children's Saturday drawing, enameled jewelry, sgraffito (carving on clay), soap making, and others. Class lists…