We have exciting, unique classes happening at Watson’s Art Gallery. These classes are similar to the “Paint & Wine” but these are painting a 3 dimensional art piece. So much fun! Watson’s 3D Paint System has been developed for professional artists as well as amateurs. This system uses the advanced PR3 molding compound engineered as a highly paintable acrylic surface resulting in superior strength with outstanding indoor/outdoor applications. Each 3D paint blank is molded from an original Gil Watson sculptured signature piece. There is a large variety of subject matter to select from and various categories such a coastal, religious, African wildlife etc are expanded on a continuous basis, offering new and exciting 3D blanks. The other huge advantage is that these art pieces can be displayed outdoors whereas wood has strictly an indoor application. If you have a group of 5 or more we can set up a special class just for you and you can choose the subject matter, whatever carving you want to paint. Otherwise join us for our scheduled classes. Great for birthdays, fun events, guests visiting the area.

artistTo learn more about the artist, Gil Watson, and see other examples of his work please visit this site – gilwatsonart.com

Classes are $45/person. Everything is provided, the art work, paints, brushes etc. You walk away with a completed piece of art. All you need to bring is whatever you would like to drink!

You can also order any of our Watson’s 3D molds to paint at home.

We also offer items such as mirror frames, shelves, chalkboards etc that your completed art piece can be attached to in order to make this into a practical piece of art to hang on your wall. As far as price is concerned for example we charge $45/ mirror frame. The example below is of a sea turtle that a student painted and we attached it to a mirror frame for her.




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