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Paint a Pretty (or terrifying) Painting with Martin Olsson

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Buxton Museum and Art Gallery

(Derbyshire County Council)

Terrace Road

Buxton

SK17 6DA

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Paint a Pretty (or terrifying!) Painting with Martin Olsson. Spend the day honing your skills and take home your very own masterpiece!

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Have a go at acrylic painting with local artist Martin Olsson. Spend the day honing your skills and take home your very own masterpiece!

Martin will talk about paintings, drawings, art, and what painting may or may not be good for. But you'll also paint! He will show how he works when he plans and produces a painting get the participants to create their own paintings on the day. All materials are provided, and make sure you wear suitable clothing that can cope with a paint stain or two.

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Attendees must be over 14 years old.

Please bring your own lunch.

*CANCELLATIONS* Please get in touch with us as soon as possible if you cannot attend. These events are in high demand and we are operating a waiting list once all places sell out. You can contact us on tel: 01629 533540 or via email at buxton.museum@derbyshire.gov.uk

Please note, we offer a full refund, excluding the booking fee, up to 24 hours BEFORE the event. Cancellations within 24 hours of the event are non-refundable.

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Buxton Museum and Art Gallery

(Derbyshire County Council)

Terrace Road

Buxton

SK17 6DA

United Kingdom

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Discover the wonders of the peak in Buxton, the gateway to the Peak District. We have a collection 360 million years in the making on display. We also host a changing programme of exhibitions by visiting artists and events inspired by our collections of archaeology, geology, art and local history.

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