Artist Martha Meade Will Teach a Free Painting Class

This was Martha Meade’s demonstration painting from her January class.

Artist Martha Meade taught a painting class in January, and it was pronounced a great success by all who attended.

There has been demand for another class and now a new free painting class has been scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m., in the Palisades Library Community Room, 861 Alma Real Drive on Saturday, March 25.

Here are some students from Meade’s last class.

This will be a guided painting class for adults and no previous experience is required. Students will work in acrylics on a 11” by 14” canvas, which they will be able to take home at the end of the class.

Meade said, “Never painted before but always thought it might be fun, but you don’t know where to start? Come join us!”

The artist said that the wonderful thing about a class, such as this one, is that though everyone is working towards the same image, “everyone’s painting is different, and each person has his/her own style.”

“We’ll be working with acrylics and all materials will be provided for you,” Meade said. “Be sure to wear something you wouldn’t mind getting paint on.”

Space is limited to 15 people, sign up soon. Email

“I do hope you can join us!” said Meade, whose work “It Blooms at Night,” was recently featured in a Minneapolis art show. To see more of Meade’s work, visit:

More students from Meade’s January class.


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One Response to Artist Martha Meade Will Teach a Free Painting Class

  1. Eileen says:

    What a wonderful idea. Sure hope it can be repeated from time to time. I’d be going this Saturday but already taking my great-niece to see the Pali Hi matinee of Matilda this Saturday afternoon.
    Your event sounds perfect for “always wanted to try” folks!

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