Master Painter/PBS Artist Stefan Baumann Donates Art Classes to anewscafe.com Supporters

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Pledge $50 or more to anewscafe.com and have the opportunity to receive a pledge gift that will last longer than a meal or a bottle of wine.  If you have dreamed of learning how to paint and desire to know the secrets of painting, renowned PBS artist Stefan Baumann is offering painting lessons for one month in his Redding class that includes all the supplies you need to paint an oil painting. 

Students only need bring an open mind. This pledge gift is valued at $150.

“I can teach anyone to paint,” Stefan Baumann said.  “All it takes is desire. This gift is truly an opportunity to change your life.”

Redding classes are held Wednesdays, 9 a.m. until noon. (Stefan will consider adding a 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday class after a sufficient number of students have express interest. Redding classes take place at Fator’s Custom Framing on Bechelli Lane in Redding, CA.

For more details, call 800-911-1337 or go to www.thegrandview.org.

Click here to donate.

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2 Responses

  1. Avatar Joanne Lobeski Snyde says:

    What an exciting offer! Would that I were retired!

  2. My youngest daughter, Iliana (almost 10-yrs), LOVES to draw, watercolor, and gets happily lost in ecclectic artistic improvisation. She would absolutely LOVE to begin some structured painting education outside of school! Are there any classes or opportunities for art-focused children to attend? After school or weekends?