NEW! Your Time, Our Class

These 2 hour classes are specifically designed to fit into anyone's schedule. Here's how it works:

  1. Choose a class that interests you from the list below.
  2. Grab 2 or more of your favorite people. (Please keep the total number in your group to 8)
  3. Decide on 3 different dates and times that work for all of the people in your group. 

Once you've completed these 3 steps, choose 1 spokesperson for the group who will be in charge of emailing this information to me and remain my point of contact for scheduling and payment purposes. My email is:

In your email, please include the class name, 3 different dates and times, and the number of participants.


All classes are $30/person


Class: Needle Felt Sushi

Instructor: Elaine Bailey

Students will create "sushi bites" using fluffy wool fibers and special needles. This is a fun and easy way to learn needle felting. Ages 12 and up.





Class: Gelatin Leaf Printing

Instructor: Krissi Williams

Explore the simple beauty of gelatin leaf printing. Students will learn to make a gelatin printing block, apply ink, and print both a positive and negative image. We will discuss composition and printmaking techniques. Ages 10 +.


Class: Paint a Bowl of Strawberries

Instructor: Krissi Williams

It doesn't matter what time of the year, strawberries are always a good idea! Students in this class will learn a simple technique to paint a small bowl of fresh  strawberries from life, using acrylic paint. We will learn some acrylic painting techniques as well as shading and color mixing. Ages: Adult


Class: Linocut Printmaking

Instructor: TBA

Students will learn the fundamentals of linocut carving, positive and negative space, and using lines to define contour and value. A linocut is a type of printing involving carving a drawing into a soft linoleum block and printing the image on paper. The great advantage of printmaking is that you can make multiple prints. Ages: 10+


Class: Monoprint

Instructor: Dr. Ginger Hicks

Students will learn the monoprint technique where they will transfer a unique design onto a sheet of paper. The design is created by drawing or painting on a smooth, non-absorbent surface like plexiglass. No two monoprints are alike, and the design created can only be used once ('mono' = single).  Ages: Teenagers -Adult