Arnold Brown returns to the Hammonton Arts Center, 219 Bellevue Avenue to conduct a “Bob Ross Workshop”. The workshop will take place Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 10AM to 3PM. The fee for the one day workshop is $60 per student. The fee includes all materials including 16” X 20” canvas panels. Easels and table easels are available for use. Participants will discover the Bob Ross wet on wet style of painting in this workshop, conducted by Arnold Brown, a certified Bob Ross instructor. The Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet Technique refers to the method of applying wet paint on top of wet paint, omitting the traditional wait for each layer to dry. Using special firm oil paints and starting with a wet-based canvas, paints are glided across the canvas with a large brush or palette knife –making clouds, mountains and trees appear in seconds. The Instructor, Arnold Brown, began teaching in the Newark school system in 1974 and has taught at the Newark School of Fine Arts and in several enrichment programs. He has been teaching art in the Elizabeth School System since 1976. He is also a recipient of a 1998 Geraldine R. Dodge Artist/Teacher Initiative Grant. Brown received his Bachelor of Arts degree from William Patterson University and his Masters of Arts in Fine Arts Education from Kean University. Brown has shown his Artwork throughout New Jersey and New York, and has had numerous one-man shows. Brown a Bob Ross Certified Instructor (CRI) has taught Ross method classes at the Michael’s and AC Moore arts and crafts stores. The classes are exciting and offer a true learning experience. The students learn the proper use of paints and painting tools and in the process, complete a beautiful painting in one class using the wet-on-wet style as seen on “The Joy of Painting” TV series.