Art show pre-cursor to orchestra

Published 4:14 pm Monday, December 21, 2009

Sheila Hull showed some of her artworks at Demopolis High School prior to the performance by the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra, and provides art classes to the public.

“I teach painting classes in Livingston,” she said. “I have a studio there. I also work with a rehab center in York, where we do an art program. I’m very busy at this time of the year with the painted ornaments.”

The Studio is open Mondays through Fridays by appointment and Tuesdays and Thursdays for classes. It is located in the historic blue house next to the Ruby Pickens Tartt Library in downtown Livingston.

There is a wide selection of artworks, including oil originals, acrylic originals, watercolor originals and limited-edition prints. The Studio also has hand-painted glass ornaments and handcrafts.

Those interested in taking art classes from Hull should contact her at (205) 6652-2937 or through her Web site at www.studiostrokes.com.