Business for the Arts of Broward is a not-for-profit organization that educates the business community about the importance of Broward County’s art and cultural community and engages them in building connections between cultural vitality, creative success, and economic development.
This class provides a fast and easy opportunity for busy, creative individuals to spend their lunch-hour making a beautiful etched-look wine glass. Using a unique paint-on product created by Martha Stewart, students can make a functional faux-etched glass. Frost Etching effect is a cream medium which is odorless, non-toxic, fast drying and cleans up easily with soap and water. It is a fun, simple and elegant way to transform any mundane wine glass into a beautiful “show-off” glass that they can easily repeat at home for a full set. This project is as ideal as it is simple for all skill levels: fast and the materials required are not expensive for students wishing to repeat the process at home. This is great class for any business or organization looking for a team-building opportunity which is relaxed, fun and not as stressful.
Dawn (Duncan) Verheylewegen is originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Born into a family with both professional and casual artists, she has continued that family tradition. Dawn has a keen interest in other cultures, their people, environments and way of life and expresses this through her artwork. During a year-long stay in Japan, Dawn began to develop her detailed style of portraiture. She has traveled extensively through out North America, Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa and the Caribbean, drawing and painting the people and landscapes of the countries she has visited. In 2003, Dawn moved to Florida, and has re-established her studio and accepts commissions for portraits, landscapes, animals and florals in Graphite pencil, Watercolor and Oil. She is one of the 18 working Artists at Studio 18 in the Pines, an 11,000 square foot gallery in Pembroke Pines Florida.