Spellerberg Projects

New Year, New Color!

Explore your favorite color in this hands-on workshop. Have fun working with paint and paper to create beautiful, colorful cards.

Hosted by teaching artists Honoria Starbuck and Luanne Stovall. Space is limited, please RSVP.

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Essential Details

A family-friendly art-making experience
For Adults and Children 5+

Saturday, January 23, 2016
Workshops begin at 1 pm and 3:30 pm

Spellerberg Projects
103 S. Main St. Lockhart TX. (Map)

$5 per person

Questions? Email info@spellerbergprojects.com

Artist Honoria Starbuck teaching in her studio

Great for the Kids

Learning is fun! It’s also important. Parents know that experiencing art can help ensure their children’s later success. New Year, New Color! is a fun opportunity for kids to get their hands dirty with paint, while learning real principles of color.

Expand Your Horizons

New Year, New Color! is tailor-made for curious people who enjoy learning new things. Discover how variations in the value and saturation of your favorite color affect your feelings towards it. You don’t have to be “good at art” to get a lot from it, just interested and eager to learn!

The workshop is fun to experience together, perfect for hanging-out with friends or sharing an afternoon with the one you love. It’s also the first of its kind, making it something you can't afford to miss.

Can’t Miss It

New Year, New Color! is the first art-making workshop at Spellerberg Projects, the just-opened arts space in Lockhart Texas. Located across from the iconic courthouse, it’s the new “must-see” for visitors to the picturesque town.

Experience New Year, New Color!, then treat yourself to the best-in-Texas barbecue restaurants, also located in the historic district. With art-making workshops at Spellerberg Projects, a Saturday in Lockhart offers the whole package: Art, gifts, food and a good time!

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About the Artists

About Spellerberg Projects

Spellerberg Projects is a new contemporary art space in Lockhart, Texas. Featuring local, national and international artists, it is a “project space” where exhibitions and activities are driven by each artist’s unique practice. Learn more.