Due to limited space we are not doing online registrations until further notice.
PAINT LIKE AN IMPRESSIONIST
One of the most loved painters were the Impressionists. They broke the rules of painting and brought a fresh new way to paint and see things. In this class we will learn some of their techniques and points of view like pointillism, the observation of light movement, and what happens when you let your eyes mix the colors rather than the painter. his is surely a class for those wanting to learn more about painting. Supply list available.
WET INTO WATERCOLOUR
One of the lovely things about painting with watercolour is using a technique called wet into wet which gives you such soft and illuminating results. No other painting media can do for you what watercolour wet into wet does. It can even do some of the colour mixing for you. Come and explore different aspects of this technique that will amaze you. The most glorious sunsets, the most interesting clouds, the most translucent waters, and the soft edges of a furry animal are just a few images that no other media can produce like this one. You will love this technique. Supply list available.
Time has been set–aside for individuals to work on their own art pieces. There is no formal instruction given however, ideas are definitely shared. Program will be held in Craft Room when not used for courses. When in use another location will be found. Note: If there is not space available in another location, this program may be canceled Thursday, February 1 and April 19 as a workshop may be taking place in the Art Room.
KNIT, CROCHET, NEEDLEWORK
If you enjoy needlework register for this program. It’s a great time to work on projects of your choice, share ideas and enjoy a coffee. Beginners are welcome.
Are you interested in making jewelry or other pieces of art that uses rocks and fine gems? If the answer is yes, sign up today. Newcomers are welcome; times for instruction will be arranged. Supply costs extra. Starts the second week in January.
PAPER TOLE WORKSHOP
If you are familiar with the art of paper tole and would like to work on your projects while socializing, consider signing up for this weekly workshop. Ideas are shared however, no formal instruction is given. If you are interested in learning this art please leave your name on the interest list at the Administration Desk.
Experienced quilters are welcome to bring their projects, socialize and share ideas. Must bring own supplies. Please sign up at the Administration Desk.
Wood carving is a form of working with wood using cutting tools. If you are interested in learning this craft pay $5 at the Admin. Desk. Newcomers will be loaned equipment needed to complete a small project. If you choose to continue you will be required to purchase your own tools, wood, etc. and pay the remainder of the fee ($15).
Women and men interested in the wood working program must be familiar with all types of tools a carpenter would use as there is no formal instruction. Some materials are available for use. Ask about classes being offered. For safety, there must be 2 members in the shop at all times.