You may schedule a private party as well at any of these venues....
October/November/December 2016 Paint with Raney
Wilkes Art Gallery 336/667-2841
$35 5:30 -6:30
October 20th - "Rainy Day Scene"
December 7th - private party
Ashe Senior Center 336/246-4347
October 20th - 10 -12 "Rainy Day Scene" $35
West Jefferson Coffee House/ 336/246-3388
October 18th - 5-7:30 "Rainy Day Scene"
November 17th - 5-7:30 (image not yet decided)
Pre-registration required with a cc which will not be charged. Minimum of 4 persons required for a party. All materials, beverages and appetizers are provided.
"Paint and Parties" with Raney can be scheduled privately by calling the gallery 336/246-3388 and she will come to your venue to provide a morning, evening or afternoon of delightful creativity and fun!
Corporate Creative Arts classes are available for individual Corporate structuring and scheduling on site or preferred venue
Watauga County Arts Council, 377 Shadowline Drive, Boone, NC
$35 5:30 -7:30
October 27th - "Wine Bottles"
November 3rd - "Cherries"
November 19th - 10:30 -12:30 (Saturday) "Cardinal in Snow"
(call the Acorn Gallery to inquire about private instruction)
Raney’s classes are fun, low key, very informative and helpful – no matter your current level or medium. Raney works in pastel, watercolor, oil and acrylic and is equally adept at them all. Her style is abstract to the representational. The diversity of her talent and natural teaching ability make your class time an exceptional value and the mountain scenery creates a beautiful surrounding in which to work.
Rogers majored in art at East Carolina University and studied under internationally know artists such as Daniel Greene, Robert Bateman, Charles Frace, Heiner Hertling, Sallie Middleton and more. She is an award winning artist whose work is in private and corporate collections throughout the world. She has traveled abroad as well as within North America to paint plein air and experience new places. Raney is a member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina and the North Carolina Wildlife Artist Society. She has owned the Acorn Gallery in West Jefferson since 1994, the first art gallery in what is now known as the “Arts District”.