Create a 19th Century-Style Painted Floorcloth
Welcome to Painted Floorcloths. Using designs inspired by Moses Eaton and other 19th Century stencil artists, this class is suitable for beginners or those who have limited experience with stenciling. For more information about Moses Eaton: https://www.mbhistoricdecor.com/uploads/1/0/1/6/101615892/moseseatonstencils.pdf
Participants will be creating a 2′ x 3′ floorcloth to take home. All materials will be provided to complete the project. The Instructor will share a bit of history on the use of floorcloths and decorative stenciling in a brief presentation.
Cost = $80.00
Date = Saturday February 25th
Time = 10 AM to 4 PM
Location = Stevens Brook Elementary School Art Room (Frances Bell Drive, Bridgton)
Maximum per Class = 8
Please bring a hair dryer (if you have one) to expedite drying time!
Bring a bagged lunch to eat
If class is full, please email email@example.com so that we can start a wait list for a second class.
Instructor: Peg Puza
When you arrive, park in the back of the building and walk to the Art Room door, marked A4. There will be signs to show you where to go.
Institution or Organization name - Rufus Porter Museum of Art and Ingenuity