Making Using sharpies, rubbing alcohol

Making neat designs with sharpies, rubbing alcohol, and some imagination.

It’s always a good time when the Bad Art Club gets together.

Our new art club is open to all teens and adults who want to get creative. No previous experience is required and no need to be self-conscious! After all, making bad art is better than making no art.

We meet at 6:30 p.m. on the last Monday of each month at our Headlands Branch, and we explore new artistic mediums and techniques that allow you to express yourself creatively.

Last time we got together, we made faux tie-dye shirts with sharpies and rubbing alcohol. Come join us on Monday, Sept. 30, when we’ll be trying rock painting.

By the way, if you love art, then you should check our Book & Brush Club.Our Collection Development Manager Barb provides  a visual presentation based on the lives of artists and associated art movements from the club’s book of the month.

Their next meeting is 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at our Main Branch. This month’s selection is: “The Trip: Andy Warhol’s Plastic Fantastic Cross Country Adventure” by Deborah Davis.

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