Drawing • Painting • Mixed Media • Clayworks • Art Uncorked • Art Lectures
Thursday, April 26
Facilitated by: Ifat Deriwala
Register by 4/24
Friday, April 27
Facilitator: Janet Buchanan
Join this fun class and create a lovely garden clay project of your choice. This class is a wonderful way to make something for your own garden may it be a planter, birdhouse, butterfly house, bird feeder or whimsical garden statue or sign. No clay experience needed, instructor will walk you through a project if your choice or for those with clay experience use your own imagination. Hurry spring is coming!
This is a hand building class and will introduce the use of templates, textures, slips, carving and different finishing techniques to create the project you envision. All levels welcome, no prior clay experience is needed, this class is appropriate for all levels! Fee includes clay and firings.
Bring a sack lunch for afternoon break.
Register by 4/26
Wednesdays, May 2, 9, 16, 23
Facilitator: Ron Wick
Register by 5/1
Saturday & Sunday, May 5 & 6
Facilitator: Dee Santorini
Encaustic painting is painting with a hot colored wax solution that gives you a beautiful depth and translucency that you get with no other painting medium. Gorgeous results! It's loose-it's fun- and requires no painting experience!! All materials are furnished, and you will learn both painting and collaging techniques, and go home with 4 pieces of art. Bring a friend and come have a great time.
Register by 05/03
Wednesday, May 9
Facilitator: Cherie Heck
Reg by: 5/07
Thursdays, May 10
Facilitator: Sister Mary Boyd
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Thursday, May 102:00-5:00pm
Do you knit, crochet, cross stitch, etc or would like to? Are you surrounded by “loose threads” (AKA unfinished projects) that you have been meaning to finish? Well, here is your time to come to Womanspace to sit, relax and converse with other “loose thread” artisans. If you don’t set aside some time your threads will be forever Loose!
Register by 5/9
Wednesdays, May 10, 17, 24, June 7, 14
Facilitator: Ray Schulz
Register by 05/08
Friday, May 11
Register by 5/10
Mondays, May 14, 21, June 4, 11, 18, 25 (no class May 28)
Instructor: Stacey McDonald
This class is for anyone who has basic skills in wheel throwing and wants to stretch their boundaries and be inspired, or the experienced student who would like to explore more advanced techniques. Topics will be determined by the class but can include; throwing larger forms, lids and handles, bottle forms, incorporating hand building into your wheel thrown forms, surface decoration, repeat throwing, glaze techniques, tool making and more. Demonstrations are presented in a 60-minute workshop format, alternating with open work evenings where individual assistance is available. Students must be able to throw a bowl and cylinder before signing up for this class. Fee includes up to 25 lbs. of clay, glazes & firing Ages 16+. Adv Beg - Int.
Register by 5/10
Tuesdays, May 15, 22, (no class 29) June 5, 12, 19
Facilitator: Sue Abare
This class is for those first timers wanting to experience watercolor or someone who wants to expand beginning skills. Have fun exploring the enchantment of water and paint in their irresistible dance. As with all painting, a little drawing experience is helpful. Feel free to bring supplies you may already have or wait for suggestions on what you may want to purchase. Some basic supplies are furnished. We will discuss preparing paper to paint, brushes and their technique, some color theory - but mostly we will jump in the water, and do it!
Register by 05/10
Tuesdays, May 15, 22, June 5, 12, 19
This class will focus on pen & ink as a drawing media. Learn drawing loose and quick with various line and texture. Learn values and shading done with the same techniques. This way of sketching will help develop confidence in using pen & ink. A good technique for journaling or just for fun! Students will sketch from still life's or use their own images for inspiration!
Students should bring: Sketching paper 8 x 10" minimum size: drawing pens of various nib sizes (Micr
on pens, Faber Castell, Staedtler) plus a brush drawing pen. Black ink for all pens. Students may also use good quality ball point pens with black ink. Supplies are available at Hobby Lobby or Michaels.
Skill level: Beginner/Intermediate
Register by 05/ 14
Tuesdays, May 15, 22, June 5, 12, 19, 26 (no class May 29)
Facilitator: Stacey McDonald
Register by 5/11
Tuesday, May 15
Facilitator: Rebecca Bowman
Reg By: 5/10
Wednesday, May 16
In a time when people are adapting more and more natural products for their day to day life Henna is the best option anyone can get to dye their hair. Apart from developing a color on the hair, henna benefits hair in many different ways. This class will provide you in depth knowledge of benefits of henna for hair, mixing and application of henna on your hair, and aftercare.
Register by 5/14
Thursdays, May 17, 24, (no class 31), June 7, 14, 21
Intermediate & Advanced Level. In this five-week class we will continue to practice our skill building toward simplicity, spontaneity and success. We will discuss value, wetness, color and composition. Do you know what NOT to paint? Ideas abound, lots of thinking goes on as students and instructor continue learning. Students bring their own supplies.
Register by 05/15
Thursdays, May 17 & 24
What fun!! Pour Wine...then Pour Paint! No brushes, just magic solution in the paint and magic in your hands!! We will pour paint onto boards and canvases, use large squeegees to pull paint over paint....and help the magic happen. Class two will take our new-found experience and augment and re-experience the joy! BYOB!
Reg by: 5/15
Saturday, May 19
Facilitator: Norm Knott
Create a special indoor fairy house of your very own! Norm will lead you on a special quest to create a special indoor fairy house. We will be using boxes, birdhouses and gourds to start, but please bring your own favorite container like wooden cigar boxes, small wooden crates, or CD cases. Clean out your craft area (or look through Mom's) and bring items to add to the Fairy exchange table for house and furniture assembly. Also, you can bring any artificial and real things from nature (feathers, moss,pebbles, etc) Anything goes, as long as your fairy will feel cozy in their new home! Be sure to enter your house into the Fairy House competition at the annual Fairy Festival on July 21st!
All Ages (Kids 12 and under are free but must register with an adult)
Register by 5/17
Mondays, June 4, 11, 18, 25
Reg by 5/31
Wednesdays, June 6, 13, 20, 27
Register by 6/5
Thursdays, June 7, 14, 21, 28
Facilitator: Jennie Johnson Sic
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make wheel thrown pottery? Then this class is for you! Starting from the beginning, you will learn how to wedge, center, pull and shape the clay on a potters wheel. You will get the opportunity to practice both bowl shapes as well as vase shapes and learn how to add handles or other decorative aspects to your work. You will complete the process of thrown pottery by trimming your pieces to get them ready to fire. Once out of the kiln you will glaze and finish off your artwork. Fee includes up to 25lb of clay, glazes and firing. Come ready to learn this enticing new skill!
Reg by 6/5
Monday, June 11
Wednesdays, June 13, 20, 27, July 18, 25
Facilitator: Delores Burkholder
Age 18+. Int.-Adv. Join this fun, free form handbuilding clay class and create something you are interested in . We use forms, natural elements, and your imagination to build practical, unusual or whimsical forms with guidance from the instructor. Lots of tools to play with, lots of colors to choose from. So many choices for you to enjoy. Fee includes up to 25 lbs. of clay, glazes & firing.
Register by 6/12
Thursdays, June 14
Francisco Goya 1746-1828
Goya was a Romantic painter and printmaker. He is considered to be the most important painter in Spain during his long career, which spanned the late 18th century into the early 19th century. Through his art, he bravely criticized political figures and social conditions.
Thursday, June 14
Do you knit, crochet, cross stitch, etc or would like to? Are you surrounded by “loose threads” (AKA unfinished projects) that you have been meaning to finish? Well, here is your time to come to Womanspace to sit, relax and converse with other “loose thread” artisans. If you don’t set aside some time your threads will be forever Loose! Free Will Offering
Reg by: 6/13
Saturday, June 16
Reg By: 6/14
Facilitator: Marge Blake
Have fun using Modge Podge to decorate your own super
cool initial. Just add paper,fabric, bobbles, or anything else
to make it vogue. Then hang it in your room to admire.
Register by 6/14
Wednesday, June 20
Register by 6/18
Thursdays, June 21 & 28
Reg by: 6/19
Saturday, June 23
Facilitator: Susan Burton
In this workshop you will learn to how to use glass tiles, gems & mirror to make your own beautiful mosaic. You will also learn about substrates and discover the correct adhesives to use. And then experience the fun of grouting! Participants will create a Heart, Bird, Flower or Butterfly in one day! Please note early registration deadline!
Please bring a lunch for the noon break.
Reg by 6/15