On Tuesday, September 3, at 6:15 pm Doreyl Ammons Cain will do a presentation and demonstration on the process involved in creating a mural at Swain County Center for the Arts in Bryson City. The Event is free to the public and everyone is invited to attend. Artist, writer, and speaker, Doreyl Ammons Cain of Sylva will be performing a demonstration of the 4-step process of creating a mural at the Swain County Center for the Arts, located in Bryson City, NC. Doreyl Cain is creating a history defining mural for Jackson County. During the demonstration Doreyl Cain will describe the materials she uses, along with resources and process. The 4-step process will include; rough sketching, transfer of sketches to the grid method, the painting of the mural, and finally the protection and placement of the mural. Along with holding a Bachelor of Fine arts degree and a Master of Arts Degree in Biological and Medical Illustration, she has also received “The Best in the West Illustration” award three years in a row. Doryel Ammons Cain along with her sister, Amy Ammons Garza also produce a radio show, “Stories of Mountain Folk” which can be heard on the air through WRGC 540 AM and also on-line at http://www.storiesofmountainfolk.com/. Doryel Ammons Cain and her husband, Jerry Cain, have designed a new line of art cards, limited edition Giclèe art prints and are creating a nature preserve called “Nature’s Home,” based on the principles of Permaculture and sustainability. Her Art Blog is www.yurtstudio.com/myblog. For more information about Art League of the Smokies or to view the exhibits at Swain County Center for the Arts, call Jenny Johnson at 828-488-7843. Go to www.swain.k12.nc.us/cfta to view the current calendar of events.