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Paper, Textures and Painting – Watercolor, Acrylics and Oil Welcome! with Lisa MacNamara

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

Paper, texture and painting – ALL THREE! Incoporate various papers into your paintings, watercolor, acrylics or oils, adding depth, texture and path findings through the painting Learn techniques using various tools, experiment with a fork or Xacto blade, or organic materials! Seeing what’s outside the box to enhance your narrative…

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Modeling Glass Creations with Carolyn Austin

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

By using a two-part Modeling Glass Mixture and a variety of bullseye glass powder colors you can turn them into a moldable, sculptable material similar to clay. The Powdered Binder is a food-grade, nontoxic cellulose-based material that reacts with water as a thickener. The Liquid Medium is also food-grade and…

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Geometric Fused Glass with Stringers with Carolyn Austin

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

Create a geometric look in fused glass with glass stringers. Intricate glass cutting skills …. a lot of it…..will be taught in this 4 week class. Students will create a sheet of glass using a specific layout of stringers. Once fused the glass will be cut up into pieces and…

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Spinning & Weaving with Angela Scozzari

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

Have fun learning the ancient art of preparing fiber and spinning yarn. This is an exploration of fiber fun! Learn the basics on the drop spindle, move into spinning yarn on a wheel, and then weave your yarn on a lap loom to create a small weaving.  Mixed merino fiber,…

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Narrative Sculpture with Amalia Mermingas

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

This fun and self-directed class will focus on handbuilding with an emphasis on surface decoration. The students will explore and develop their own visual narratives in clay. Each student will learn how to embellish the surface of their sculptures with colored slips, underglazes, sgraffito, brushwork, and painting. Some clay experience…

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Portfolio Prep with Maggie Jahn

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

This class is ideal for 3rd to 5th grade students looking to improve their art via observational drawing techniques from life. Participate in a variety of activities and games to hone and strengthen creative problem skills. All supplies are included.

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Settings for Interesting, Unique Cut Stones with Lisa Johnson

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

How can we capture stones, rocks, minerals, crystals, etc. that is not a typical cabochon or faceted cut? In this class, we will review a few ways to include your unique gem into a ring, pendent, and/or bracelet. Demonstrations on tension settings, prongs, and hammered bezels will be covered. We…

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Youth Draw and Paint (Ages 9-12) with Theresa Miles

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

This course provides an in-depth study to drawing and painting materials. The seven elements of art will be covered in the following subjects: portraits, one-point perspectives, animals in landscapes, and abstracts. Mediums used are pencils, watercolor, sharpies, alcohol ink markers, colored pencils, and acrylic paints. Instilling good habits in young…

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Wheel I with Ron Shaw

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May 26 @ 11:03 pm

This class will introduce you to the fundamental skills necessary to center clay and produce beginning to intermediate pottery forms such as cups, mugs, bowls, plates, cylinders, and vases.  Learn about the balance between aesthetic and utilitarian concerns with this in-depth and fun wheel throwing class.

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