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Little Artists Winter Camp!

Campers will create 3-dimensional art inspired by abstract ideas and artists like Joan Miro. We will be working on our motor skills and use sensory objects. Art activities include paper mache, paper and bead figurines, and even making their own small encased world. Please dress for a mess as we will be working with different materials, including some that can stain clothing! Participants may sign up for one, two, or all three days of camp! REGISTER HERE Parents are welcome to stay for the duration of the program. DATES: December 27th-29th TIME: 9:00am-12:00pm AGES: 4-6 year olds PRICE: $30 per Read More

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Winter Camp

This week is all about paint! Campers will have the chance to experiment with different types of paint from acrylic, to tempera, to watercolor. They will mix and match and learn color theory using paint. Each camper will get to mix up paint to make their own “signature” color. Lessons will include abstract and realistic painting techniques and campers will learn about brushes and pigments. Campers may sign up for one or all days of camp! Drop off is between 9:30-10:00am and pickup is between 3:00-4:00pm. Please send your camper with a bag lunch and dress for a mess! REGISTER Read More

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Seasonal Landscape in Acrylic Paint

 Have you been craving more time to paint?  Does exploring the infinite beauty of nature make you feel alive and free?   Now there’s an opportunity to enjoy nature’s wonders while pursuing your passion for art! The key to improving as an artist is practice. Maybe up until now, life has been getting in your way. You’ve been waiting for the right time to work with an instructor on a regular basis to improve, and here’s your chance.  In this series on the first Fridays of every month (second Friday in January), you’ll gain more experience and confidence in order to Read More

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Little Artists Winter Camp!

December 27th-29th
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Campers will create 3-dimensional art inspired by abstract ideas and artists like Joan Miro. We will be working on our motor skills and use sensory objects. Art activities include paper mache, paper and bead figurines, and even making their own small encased world. Please dress for a mess as we will

Winter Camp

January 2nd-5th
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This week is all about paint! Campers will have the chance to experiment with different types of paint from acrylic, to tempera, to watercolor. They will mix and match and learn color theory using paint. Each camper will get to mix up paint to make their own “signature” color. Lessons will inclu

Seasonal Landscape in Acrylic Paint

January 12th
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 Have you been craving more time to paint?  Does exploring the infinite beauty of nature make you feel alive and free?   Now there’s an opportunity to enjoy nature’s wonders while pursuing your passion for art! The key to improving as an artist is practice. Maybe up until now, life h

Pour Over Acrylic Paint Class

January 19th from 6:30pm-8:30pm
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Learn to paint without a brush! In this fun technique, we will teach you how to combine all your colors into a cup at the same time before pouring it over a canvas and making a unique painting. Participants will create two original pieces during class. Please note, this method takes awhile to dry an

Silkscreen- Take home your own kit!

Jan 11th- 6:30pm-8:30pm & Jan 13th- 10:00am-3:00pm
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You asked and we heard! For the first time, we are holding a Silkscreen Printmaking class where you get to take your screen and equipment home! Join us on January 11th to put together your screen, learn about your kit, and add the photo-emulsion onto your screen. Then during part two on January 13th

Drawing into the Print with Drypoint

February 17th, 10:00am-4:30pm and February 24th, 10:00am-4:00pm
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Learn the basics of this simple non-toxic printmaking technique developed in the 15th century. It is the most direct of all intaglio techniques and only requires scratching into a metal or plastic plate with a sharp needle. Drypoint technique is valued for its fresh and expressive lines which create