Mixed-media workshop offered

A mixed-media workshop is being offered by Encinitas artist Alison Christler on March 21 and 22 in Solana Beach.

The workshop focuses on creative design using collage. Christler will also demonstrate how to enhance watercolor paintings with color, shape, texture and line by applying collage paper.

The workshops take place at the Studio of Art and Design at 742 Genevieve, Ste. H in Solana Beach from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The fee for both days is $120.

To pre-register call (858) 755-6202 or visit www.studioofartanddesign.com.

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