Featured Classes

Winter and Spring Sessions:

Winter: January 3 - February 26 (8 weeks)
Spring: February 28 - April 23 (8 weeks)
Late Spring: April 25 - May 21 (4 weeks)

Mondays

Art of Photography

Days & Times:
Mondays - 9am - 12pm
Level:
Beginning to Intermediate
Location:
Online
Instructor:

PART I

  • Unsure of all the buttons on your camera?
  •  Unsure how to use white balance, iso, f/stops, shutter speed, camera modes, live view, and exposure compensation while you take the photograph?
  • Once you’ve finished Part I, your photos will go far beyond a snapshot.

PART II

  • Unsure what to do next?
  • Are you intimidated by Lightroom and Photoshop?
  • Part II is specifically designed for you as you confidently develop your creations.
  • Together we will resurrect the artist in you.
  •  Learn how to Imagine and Create your vision and style and turn your photos into Fine Art.
  • Be Inspired to Inspire.
  • Impress your family and friends with your creations.
  • All online classes are recorded for your learning experience.

THIS IS WHERE THE MAGIC HAPPENS!

LEARN TO CREATE HOW YOU FEEL

Together we will elevate your images from the camera to a creative art form, finding your hidden artistry through Photography.

Requirements: Computer with experience, Adobe Creative Cloud, a $9.99 monthly subscription, plugin bundle for Quick Mask Pro and Artisan Pro X, $70.00 (students will receive a 30% discount code) payable via Pay Pal or credit card. Live streaming will be conducted on Zoom with a preliminary get-together question and answer meeting. As an added benefit, all online classes will be recorded for the photography library.

Tuesdays

Intro to Jewelry & Metalsmithing

Days & Times:
Tuesdays - 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
385 Tequesta Drive - Studio J
Instructor:

Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of metalsmithing through instructor demonstrations, one-on-one instruction, and hands-on experience with hand tools, flex shafts, and torches. Each student will learn to design, pierce, drill, solder, and set a cabochon stone, as well as use cold connections, such as rivets. Students will work with sterling silver, brass, and copper throughout this course and projects will include making rings, pendants, and earrings.​

Wednesdays

No classes are currently scheduled for this day.

Thursdays

Settings for Interesting, Unique Cut Stones

Days & Times:
Thursdays - 10am - 1pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
385 Tequesta Drive - Studio J
Instructor:

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 will develop interesting designs around your special inclusion to give it a contemporary look.

Fridays

Heart Notes, Textile Art Collage

Days & Times:
Friday - 12pm - 3pm
Level:
All Levels Welcome
Location:
385 Tequesta Drive - Studio J
Instructor:

Let’s get colorful and happy by creating fun and playful hearts to display all year long with an easy fusible fabric collage. You have permission to play and create with your own fabric palette, creating your own adventure into Art Quilts. There are no rules, no patterns, no mistakes. This is a fun and playful class that embraces imperfection and getting loose. Connect with your inner child, hand cutting hearts, and use journaling to create your messages of love, and inspiration. This is a process class and finishing will be on your own. Finishing and displaying ideas shown and discussed.  No sewing machines, all levels. 16 + welcome! For additional information about supplies please read the material list.

Saturdays

Introduction to Basics in Drawing and Primary Colors

Days & Times:
Saturdays - 9am - 11am
Level:
Ages 6-12
Location:
373 Tequesta Drive - Studio B
Instructor:

This class is designed to introduce the different mediums employed by artists to express themselves. The main objective, whether through drawing or painting, is to present the many possibilities and choices open to the students, encouraging them to find what works best for them. It’s down to the basics! Students will be surprised as they get to explore the tremendous difference in their finished products just by using seemingly insignificant choices, such as the right type of paper. This class is meant to be enjoyable as well as educational. The ultimate goal is for students to obtain confidence in their abilities, laying the foundation for their future artistic endeavors and ultimate success as never before.

Sundays

No classes are currently scheduled for this day.