App Sampler: Easy Painterly Apps (for adults)

Starting DateOctober 3, 2018

Ending DateOctober 3, 2018


Ticket Prices$39

Time 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Event Description

Instructor: Deb Dresler

Wednesday, October 3
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Fee: $39
Materials: $5 paid to instructor

Get ready to unlock your creativity with painterly apps on your iPad. In this beginning class, we will use three apps that paint your photos digitally. Very easy and mostly automatic with filters, you will use your fingers or stylus to paint. No painting experience needed! Transform your photographs into stunning painterly pictures before your eyes. Watercolor, oil, impressionistic and wild modern looks too. Bring your iPad with these apps downloaded from the App store: Brushstroke, AquarellaHD, and Prisma. IOS (Apple) only. Sorry, no Android, Galaxy, etc. No experience necessary. Best suited for iPad for its size.

Instructor Debra Dresler, a St. Croix Valley native, has a rich career in the arts beginning as a studio portrait photographer. She then owned a nationally marketed hand-painted fabric company specializing in acrylic painting and surface design for Interior Designers. Stroke Of Art studio was founded in 1986 where Deb designed and marketed art in many mediums including jewelry making, silversmithing, mixed media sculpture, iphoneography, alcohol ink and acrylic painting, and most recently digital art making. She has also been an instructor in calligraphy, jewelry making, painting, and photography.  She believes everyone is a creator and encourages wild abandon and adventures in all forms of art making.
Deb has exhibited at many juried art shows, including Twin Cities local galleries. Her work has been seen at the Smithsonian Museum gift store, International Center for Photography in New York and the International Gift Fair in New York, San Francisco, Atlanta and Philadelphia. She holds awards for her art and her artwork can be found in private collections including Francis Ford Coppola, Ansel Adams Museum and Sundance Film Festival. Contact

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