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Artist Kim Attwooll at Shops of Tryon for Tryon Christmas Stroll

Published 3:24pm Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Strollers at the Tryon Christmas Stroll will have the chance to learn creative techniques to enhance

Kim Attwooll’s holiday cat with wreath. (photo submitted)

photographs and turn them into one of a kind holiday cards from Tryon artist Kim Attwooll from A Small Work of Art.

Visit Attwooll at the Shops of Tryon, 112 N. Trade Street, during the stroll on Friday, Dec. 7 from 5 – 8 p.m.

Bring photos or photocopies of family, friends, pets or your home and Attwooll will create an embellished card for you. Watch how she does this using your photo and learn about the materials she uses. The focal image should be 3” x 5” for it to fit on the finished card. Once you see the process, you’ll be hooked and have fun creating these in the future. This is a free demonstration and there is a small charge if you want a finished photo card.

You can view her videos demonstrating some aof her techniques on You Tube:

– article submitted by Ann Gargiulo 

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