Needle Felting is a craft that is rapidly growing in popularity. Needle felters use a special felting needle and felting wool to create designs on felt that can framed or used to create decorative objects. Using this easy to learn skill, each participant will create a 10-inch felted painting in a predetermined or freehand design, depending on their individual skill level, using wool and felting needles.
We all have gifts and we all have gaps! If you consider yourself a novice, or somewhat experienced artist, this class is an opportunity to strengthen your art and fill in many of your gaps. We will all paint a still life composition of flowers and also have time to work on a watercolor painting of a subject you choose.
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In this workshop with iPhone photography expert Julie Stauffer, you will learn to use your iPhone as a camera and editing device and will discover the vast technical capabilities of this electronic device. Your photographs taken with your iPhone promise to stand out as creative and personal interpretations of what you "see" before you press the shutter. This workshop is designed to meet you where you are so that those already familiar with some of the introductory information can take off in new directions.
Participants in this class will work to finish a small landscape painting of a subject/place of their choosing by working from a photograph. Various painting tools will be discussed and modeled. The concept of an underpainting will be demonstrated and the basics of color theory will be taught as individuals build their images and experience the nuances of color expression.
Learn how to create a custom-made, functional clay mug or stein using slab building techniques in this beginner level class. Use our extensive collection of textures to create your own tapered mug with a personalized handle. We’ll all follow along the same basic steps, but each mug will be uniquely styled. Choose a color from our house-made dip glazes to finish off your design.