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PAINT & SIP - A KEUKA LAKE SUNSET

  • Keuka Restaurant 10 Main Street Penn Yan, NY 14527 (map)
PAINT & SIP - A KEUKA LAKE SUNSET
40.00

Paint with us at the Keuka Restaurant! This evening’s painting is acrylic on canvas of Keuka Lake at sunset. The class will take approximately 2 hours, with step-by-step instructions by our artist Melissa Newcomb. The painting size is 11”x14”, all supplies are included, and you get to take home your painted canvas. 

This class is located at the Keuka Restaurant - 10 Main Street, Penn Yan. Class fee includes one drink ticket redeemable at the bar. Food and additional drinks available for purchase. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register here or at ReFIND Studio + Shop. 

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Melissa Newcomb is a professor and leader of the Art and Design program at Keuka College, where she teaches painting, drawing, mixed media, photography and design. Also at the college she coordinates exhibits in the Lightner Art Gallery and leads an advisory board composed of local professionals and artists in support of the program, student growth and experiential learning.

Melissa received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in painting from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2007; a Master of Arts Degree in photography and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the State University of Oswego. Melissa also attended Finger Lakes Community College where she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Fine Art. Melissa currently lives in Canandaigua and is a board member on the Ontario County Arts Council. She is highly involved with the arts and the community and was one of five artists that participated with a Mural on Coach Street (located on the side of Crown jewelers) in downtown Canandaigua. She also has worked displayed at the UR Medicine Breast Imaging and Birthing Center at F.F Thompson Hospital.

Melissa is very passionate about the arts and enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience with others. She also finds pleasure in traveling, baking, learning new things, spending time with family, shopping, coffee, and the change of seasons. Much of her inspiration comes from her students or when she is exploring new places with her camera or sketchbook.

Earlier Event: June 6
DIY CRAFT BAR
Later Event: June 7
OPEN STUDIO