Art Classes: Teens & Adults
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Explore the broad range of possibilities that the versatile medium of acrylic painting has to offer. Rae will guide class participants through lessons that will challenge and engage new and experienced students alike.
Running from February 1st, 2017-February 1st, 2018.
Explore and create clay sculpture inspired by the human body with individualized instruction in a supportive environment.
Carve a mold and create low-relief sculptures that can be added to clay projects.
Learn the basics of wheel throwing!
Explore shape and design as you expand your pottery skills.
Explore an exciting range of possibilities when hand building with clay.
Open Studio is a self-directed time to work in our well-equipped ceramics studio.
Learn color theory and color mixing as it uniquely applies to watercolor paint.
Understand the basic elements of color theory and practice in artwork.
Discover ways to heal emotional pain and loss through the expressive arts.
Join us in glazing bowls for the April 9th benefit dinner to end world hunger.
Join us for one, two or all three of our fun fiber arts workshops for young people.
Discover the rich and varied world of fiber arts as you create amazing projects.
Enjoy a convivial studio among the company of fellow artists and practice your life drawing skills in this monitored group drawing session.
Don’t fish flies that simply get the job done, fish flies that look good, too!
ages: Adults, 6+ (children must be accompanied by an adult)
Create beautiful rustic and textured planting containers using your own hypertufa mix.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn to draw, this is the class for you!
Learn foundational watercolor techniques and explore materials in this exciting class for beginners.
Beginners and experienced painters alike are welcome to join this painting course.
Whether you are just beginning your journey in painting or continuing your studies, this class will give you techniques and skills to cultivate your growth.
Explore the wonderful world of painting in this class for Thompson Senior Center participants.
Bring drama and presence into your art with tints and shades.
Come learn the lovely pointed pen copperplate hand that was developed in 16th century England.
Join this ceramics critique group for active, creative thinking in a culture of collaboration.
Explore the two-stage process that pushes you to leave more whites, achieve darker darks and layer vibrant colors to achieve maximum brilliance.
Come explore watercolor painting in a unique, enjoyable and interactive setting.
Broaden your understanding of when to use individual watercolor techniques to achieve amazing results.
Saturdays, February 11, March 11, April 8 and/or May 13
Explore a different ceramics technique in each of these four workshops.
Explore the myths and stories of the wild woman archetype through discussion and creative expression.