Painted nails are a blank canvas for many nail art techniques. Instructor Emilee Kingsley shows students how to do striping, dotting, chevrons, water marbling, ‘caviar’ manicure, stamping, gradients, ink transfer and more in a one day workshop at the Centre for the Arts in Centreville.
In a one-day class at the Queen Anne’s County Arts Council’s Centre for the Arts in Centreville, Maryland, students will learn a variety of techniques that will turn finger tips into works of art.
Students will also learn about achieving different effects from using special polishes for crackle, holograph and matte.
Students must come to class with dry polished nails using a light color as the base. Bring at least three different contrasting color polishes to class. All other materials will be provided, including a stamping set for students to take home.
“Nail Art” is on Friday, August 10 from 11 am to 2 pm. Cost is $25 for members and $40 for non-members. There is a $10 materials fee payable to the instructor and students must be at least 12 years old to register. Deadline is August 3.
Emilee Kingsley is a senior at Washington College studying Business Management. She was a Maryland Distinguished Scholar finalist in 2009 for both academic and artistic achievements. Her interest in the arts started very young and includes ceramics, scrapbooking, basket weaving, crocheting, knitting, amine and nail art, among many others.
Register by calling 410-758-2520, on-line at www.arts4u.info or by sending a check to QACAC, 206 South Commerce Street, Centreville, MD 21617.
The Arts Council is supported in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council and is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting, expanding and sustaining the arts. We connect artists to audiences and the community to the arts. Visit us on the web www.arts4u.info.