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‘Some Pig’ by instructor Brenda Rose will be the featured piece for the Bottles and Brushes event from 6-9 p.m. on March 23 at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture.

Participants can learn to paint in a creative atmosphere when the Bottles and Brushes art class takes place on March 23 from 6-9 p.m. at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. While enjoying their favorite beverage, aspiring artists will recreate “Some Pig” by Brenda Rose.

Rose will guide participants through the process of recreating the original picture, while a piece of art materializes before their eyes.    

Participants can bring their favorite beverage and sample goodies made with local products while enjoying an evening of creativity and fun. The Gallery at the Museum will provide the paint, canvas and brushes.

“‘Some Pig’ is the second painting in our three-piece farm series which the students have been working on,” said Polly Huff, museum gallery coordinator from the ABAC Arts Connection. “We painted a cow last month, we are working on the pig this month, and there will be a third whimsical animal to complete this cheerful set later this summer."

There is a fee of $25 per person for the class or $40 for a couple. Participants must register ahead of time by contacting Huff at (229) 391-5222 or by emailing her at phuff@abac.edu. Space is limited so early registration is important.

Companies who are looking for a unique team-building experience or a way to reward exceptional employees can participate in the corporate edition of Bottles and Brushes. The corporate Bottles and Brushes painting will be custom-tailored to fit each company’s mascot, theme, or idea.

Huff said the Bottles and Brushes series will offer a class at least once a month. Gift certificates are available for future classes.

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