CLASS ID: 1T11
Date/Time: 5 Wednesdays, March 14 – April 11, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Learn how to mask and pour an entire watercolor painting and watch colors flow and blend in an exciting and different way to paint. This is a great way to learn how to let go and watch the paints do the work. You will learn a four-step value process to mask and pour a painting with minimal use of the brush. Class topics also include value studies and color solutions. Results are always exciting and you will learn a lot about values and color mixing in the process.
CLASS ID: 2T18
Date/Time: 6 Wednesdays, March 14 & 28, April 18 & 25, May 16 & 23, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Non-objective art defines a type of abstract art that is usually, but not always, geometric and aims to convey a sense of simplicity and purity. All levels of expertise invited to participate. The instructor will give demonstrations for guidance. Materials could also be added.
CLASS ID: 4T09
Date/Time: Friday, March 16, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Create colorful felted flowers and vines using wool fibers and a little soapy water. Make flowers with stems for a bouquet, or combine a posie and a vine for a necklace or other jewelry. Pin your flowers on napkin rings or use them to adorn packages. These pretty flowers have a million uses. $20 supply fee, payable to instructor, includes all fibers and supplies.
CLASS ID: 4T22
Date/Time: Saturday, March 17, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Kim Bakken-Parr & Lee Parr
In this introductory class, students will first learn about the different types and forms of glass such as sheet, frit, stringer, powder and confetti. Glass safety is also discussed, along with learning how to use the different tools involved in glass cutting, sawing and grinding. This 5” X 17” platter is initially designed by building different layers of glass on one flat piece of glass. After the piece is designed it is then fired in a kiln by the instructor. After the first firing it will be fired a second time to get the flat glass piece to slump into a mold. It is the mold that gives it the three-section design. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. All students should wear long pants and closed-toed shoes. Long hair needs to be pulled back and put into a binder. Students will be called to pick up their pieces once kiln firing is complete. Bring a lunch.
CLASS ID: 9T04
Date/Time: Saturday, March 17, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Lisa Gidlow Moriarty
Creating labyrinths for finger walking is a spiritual process that yields a usable table-top labyrinth that can be an art piece for the wall and a one-of-kind gift of functional art. Made from colorful tissue paper and cording on a stretched canvas, all materials and instruction provided. No experience necessary. Come with a creative spirit and go home with a 12” x 12” completed labyrinth—a gift to yourself or another special person.
CLASS ID: 7T04
Date/Time: Sunday, March 18, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Ken Baltes, PhD
In this class you will use your own design to create an individual or family mobile. Materials will be provided for each person to create the items to be hung in their mobile, along with the wires, strings or hooks required to build and hang your mobile. The instructor will show you how to create the components and put them all together. Older participants will also learn about fulcrums, levers and how to balance items of differing weights. Younger participants must be able to color, cut with scissors or be helped to accomplish these steps by a family member participating in the class. The result will be a mobile you will be proud to bring home at the end of the class.
CLASS ID: 4T23
Date/Time: Sunday, March 18, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Kim Bakken-Parr and Lee Parr
Learn glass fusing and slumping techniques by creating a 7” round plate. Glass safety and information about the different types of glass and COE will be covered in class. Students can select from a variety of colors and forms such as sheet glass, stringer, frit, confetti and powder. During the creation process, students will have the opportunity to use glass saws and grinders. After the piece is designed it is then fired in a kiln by the instructor. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. All students should wear long pants and closed-toed shoes. Long hair needs to be pulled back and put into a binder. Students will be called to pick up their pieces once kiln firing is complete.
CLASS ID: 9T02
Date/Time: 3 Wednesdays, March 21 – April 4, 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Mary Silvaroli Daul
The InSight Labyrinth Collage is a “walkable” finger labyrinth that is a personal picture and path of possibilities for your life and your longings. The process of making and walking the InSight Labyrinth Collage will ground you in the wisdom and ways of the labyrinth and life coaching while providing new insights and intentions for walking your days and your life. Designed as a playshop for women open to dreaming, designing, creating and engaging with other like-minded playmates on the path! Each morning will include time for quiet introspection, experiential and interactive activities to free the inner child and inner wisdom, and a variety of materials to move participants toward completion of a personal finger labyrinth collage.