2 Sep 2022 | LVCC News

LVCC Wine and Watercolor 2022 Event a Success!

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After a 2 year COVID hiatus, the Lake Vermilion Cultural Center (LVCC) hosted another Wine and Watercolor Event on August 25th at the Vermilion Park Inn.  The class sold out quickly and painters came from near and far to participate. Local watercolor artist Linda Smith was the instructor.  She lives on Lake Vermilion-Tower much of the year but also is on the Zumbrota Arts Council and teaches classes there. Smith generously donated her time, talent, and the proceeds of the event to the LVCC. The participants painted a lovely scene of a dock over a lake with a sunset in the background.  While the subject is the same each painting turned out differently showcasing the eye of each artist.

The LVCC wishes to thank Linda Smith, all who helped with the event, and those who participated in a fun evening for a good cause.

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