We’re pleased to display artwork by the Milo Art Guild this month at the library!
About the Milo Art Guild:
“We are a small, friendly group living in the Milo area with varying levels of art experience who gather every Thursday from 9-11 am at the Milo Free Public Library on the corner of Park and Pleasant Streets. Our work can always be seen at the Milo Art Show.
We are currently learning watercolor painting with Wilma Stanchfield. Classes are only $5 a session. When Wilma is unavailable we still meet and work on our own using watercolor, acrylics, colored pencil and pastels. In the past we have received drawing instruction from Suzette East of Brownville. We enjoy creating landscapes, seascapes, florals, birds and wildlife in styles ranging from impressionistic, realistic or abstract, to whimsical and decorative.
All ages and levels of experience (or inexperience) are welcome. If you’re interested, stop by and check us out. If you have questions, or would like information about what supplies to bring, contact Linda Moe (943-7928) or Wilma Stanchfield (943-2219).”