CLEARFIELD – Twenty-five members of the Clearfield Community Life-long Learning Institute learned how to paint with pastels on May 2 at the Liddle Gallery in downtown Clearfield.
Participants were led step by step through a hands-on painting experience and explored basic painting techniques. All left with a complete work of art.
Sherry Appleton and her pastel class from Susquehanna River Art Center of Clearfield provided the instruction. Appleton is a local artist that has been creating art and teaching pastels classes for many years.
The CCLLI is a collaboration between the Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging and Lock Haven University Clearfield. Free, or very low cost, courses are offered for baby boomers and older citizens.