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16158 Necklace Workshop

Homer Watson House Foundation - Homer Watson House & Gallery

Saturday, November 12, 2016
Homer Watson House & Gallery 1754 Old Mill Road KitchenerONCanada  N2P 1H7
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Homer Watson House & Gallery 1754 Old Mill Road KitchenerONCanada  N2P 1H7

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What's Included

Create a beautiful necklace pendant using recycled metals. Students will hand forge metal and have the option of heat colouring copper with a blowtorch to create vibrant colours. No experience required. 18” silver plated necklace chains are provided as well as light refreshments. Adult program with Barbara Di Renzo

About This Organizer

Homer Watson House & Gallery, built in 1834, is the homestead of Homer Watson, Canada’s first noted landscape artist. It is one of the oldest operating galleries in Ontario. Watson’s house was also the home of the renowned Doon School of Fine Arts during the 1950’s to 60’s and drew such artists as Fred Varley and Carl Schaefer.   

 

Today, Homer Watson House & Gallery offers a variety of public and private programming to the tri-cities with the objective to enrich and educate all members of our community.  Currently, Homer Watson House & Gallery offers a series of programs catering to local schools and homeschool groups, seniors facilities and families. Public programs are also offered year-round and are available to students aged 2-102.

 

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  • Homer Watson House Foundation

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Homer Watson House & Gallery 1754 Old Mill Road KitchenerONCanada  N2P 1H7
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