Art Talk

121 Townsville ST

Seneca, SC 29672

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Phone: (864) 882-2711

City: Seneca

Region: Mountains

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Art Talk

Guest artists from around the region will be talking about and demonstrating their art form. Future talks will encompass wood turning, stained glass, water color, photoshop used as an art form and cold wax painting.

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