The Port Clinton Artists’ Club is offering an opportunity for art growth and education. Working primarily in watercolor, oil and acrylic, Aaron Bivens paints a wide variety of subjects,
including portraits, animals, landscapes, barns and florals. On Saturday, April 13, he will be teaching a portrait class at the Sutton Center, 1854 Perry Street, Port Clinton.
Bivens is well represented in galleries across NW Ohio and SE Michigan. A former Jr. High Art Teacher in the Toledo Public School System, he continues to share his skills with the public in many different ways, as demonstrator, juror and via his watercolor workshops and classes.
He is an Associate member of the Ohio Watercolor Society, Past President of the Northwestern Ohio Watercolor Society also a member of the Toledo Artists Club. A University of Toledo alumnus, he was a former captain of the Rocket football team.
Contact Kathie Widing for more information at 419-341-0871.
The Port Clinton Artists' Club was founded in 1956 to provide opportunities for its members to advance their artistic skills and knowledge. This fellowship of artists promotes the arts and education through monthly meetings, workshops and day trips. More information about membership is on the Club website www.portclintonartistsclub.com.
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