Somewhere Between Beginner and Picasso The Summer Students of Charles David Viera

August 26 - November 24

Located downstairs in the Lower Level Gallery.

“Summer 2015 was a creative time for the students at the Arts Council of Princeton and especially for those students of Painting and Drawing Instructor Charles David Viera. Presented here is a selection of artwork created by beginner and advanced students from these Summer 2015 classes.”



Classes with work on view include Drawing in Color: Beginner, Painting A.M., Landscape Painting, and Plein Air Painting at Morven.

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