Stool Weaving Class We are planning our next stool class in the spring of 2020.
Watercolors for Beginners
Estill Arts Council is sponsoring this workshop that is designed for those that do not understand or have problems dealing with watercolors. Basic techniques will be shown and practiced for the first half of class, then a painting will be created. Materials will be provided, just come dressed in old clothes you can get paint on. We will be in the pavilion at Wisemantown United Methodist Church, weather permitting. Otherwise, we will be in the basement of the church.
About the Instructor:
With a love for drawing that
began when he could first hold a crayon, Bill Berryman knew that art was going
to be a major part of his life’s story.
As an artist, Bill draws and
paints those subjects that he knows and loves most.
His most recent work consists
of drawings and paintings that are inspired by the Shaker Village of Pleasant
Hill, KY. Bill’s work is representational and realistic in nature and is
created on site and in the studio. He works primarily with pencil, pen and ink,
and watercolor, producing portraits, landscapes, and narrative studies.
Bill exhibits his work,
speaks, and conducts workshops throughout the commonwealth.
A native of Winchester
Kentucky and a graduate of Morehead State University, Bill has been an art
instructor at Sayre School in Lexington KY since 1986.