Make your own unique dreamscape at Lake Helen Library on Aug. 23

By HENRY FREDERICK
Headline Surfer

LAKE HELEN, Fla. -- Adults can make dreamscape paintings at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23, at the Lake Helen Public Library, 221 N. Euclid Ave.

"The budding artists will use dyed inks to create individualized paintings on tiles and nonabsorbent paper," Pat Kuehn, Volusia County information specialist, told Headline Surfer. "Each painting will develop according to the way the inks are applied, blended and spread. No two will be the same."

Pat Kuehn / Headline Surfer"The budding artists will use dyed inks to create individualized paintings on tiles and nonabsorbent paper," Pat Kuehn, Volusia County information specialist, told Headline Surfer. "Each painting will develop according to the way the inks are applied, blended and spread. No two will be the same."
 

There is no charge for the program. Advance registration is required; call the library at 386-228-1152.

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