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February

In-Person: Beginners and Beyond Watercolor Workshop - Tea-set Still life - with Gerilyn Gaskill
February 6 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cost: $150 members, $188 non-members.
Mon- Tues-Wed 10AM to 3PM.

Please register by 02/04/2023!

February 6, 7, 8

The Day 1 demo will be “Tea Pots and Cups” with day 2 “Floral and Glass”, both creating a few delicate paintings for Valentine’s Day. We will learn to paint shadows on pots and cups before the detail designs and perspective of round objects, along with precision painting. A one hour demo followed by individual instructions to new artists, as needed, will get you started in your watercolor world. Most students bring a bag lunch, and come early to set up before the 10AM demo. For new artists, lender kits are available at a small charge.

Every student will be given individual instruction on the techniques needed to progress in their watercolor experience, creating with freedom. Lender kits are available at a small charge. They include everything needed including watercolor paper

New Students: new students may register at any time.

Please contact Gerilyn Gaskill if you have questions about the class:  email: hggask@comcast.net

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class with Robbie Johnson
February 6 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members 12-2pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/04/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class from 2:30-4:30pm with Robbie Johnson
February 6 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members from 2:30-4:30pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/04/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

Online Class: Develop your Drawing Skills with David Simpson
February 6 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost: $25 for members/ $30 for non-members per class

Please register by 02-04-2023.

February 6th Drawing Naum Gabo
This creative online drawing class will focus on taking a deeper look into the sculptural art of Naum Gabo. Then students will have the opportunity to recreate a drawing of a famous masterpiece by Gabo or draw a new sculptural creation in the style of this prolific artist. Ultimately this class will be an innovative take on developing a sculptural drawing made up of line and shape. As a class, we will gain an understanding of the class concepts through a brief lecture and Power Point. Although this class will utilize pencil as the medium, the content knowledge of the class is directly applicable to all painting and drawing media. This class can be accomplished with literally one pencil, eraser, and paper. However, the ideal essential materials are a variety of Pencils, HB-6B, erasers, and sketch pad (approximately 11” x 14).

In-Person Kids Pottery: Ages 6+ Choose your project with Robbie Johnson
February 6 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$25 for members, $32 for non members from 5-6pm

Please register by 02/04/2023!

We review the basic methods of hand-building to create a variety of projects. We start with small plates and animal sculptures, kids are welcome to bring references for inspiration to go beyond the basic projects.
Adults that are family are welcome to join with additional registration.

Projects will be available for pick up 3-4 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Decoupage Oyster Shell Trinkets with Jenell Willey
February 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Decoupage Oyster Shell Trinkets


Cost: $30 for members, $38 for non members
(all material included)

Please register by 02/07/2023.

Description: Students decoupage oyster shells to create a unique trinket dish! Ages: teen/adult class
Additional info: All supplies will be provided. Students are welcome to bring decorative tissue papers or thin scrapbooking papers to use as well as their own oyster shells – however, I will have papers for them to use as well as shells.

Coastal Hospice Knitting Group Meeting - All Welcome!
February 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
This is an event supporting Coastal Hospice, meeting once a month. Come knitting together and make new friends which helping a great cause.

Announcing a knitting/crochet group which will meet at the Art League of Ocean City to make items for Coastal Hospice patients!  Please join us at the ALOC on Thursdays from 10 am to 12 pm – Moderator Maggie Miller:

Thursday 10am-12pm
February 9th
March 9th
April 13th
What will we be knitting/crocheting?  
Twiddle muffs!  Don’t know what that is?  Come join us and we’ll give you the instructions and acrylic yarn *.  All you need to bring is size 8 knitting needles, or a 4.5 mm crochet hook.  We’ll have worsted weight acrylic yarn or bring your own.
Don’t know how to knit or crochet?  No problem!  We also need folks to sew the “twiddles” onto the muffs for our Alzheimer’s patients and we have twiddles!    
Blankets!  Size should be no smaller than 48” x 40”.  We have acrylic yarn for you to use or bring your own and needles.
 8” Squares in red, white and Blue for blankets for the We Honor Vets Program.  We will have patterns to suggest, but feel free to bring your own ideas.  We do need more red white and
Silk Hoop Painting with Jenell Willey
February 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Silk Hoop Painting


Cost: $40 for members, $50 for non members
(all material included)

Please register by 02/07/2023.

Description: Create your own beautiful silk painting on a pre-stretched 8" silk hoop. Use a pattern for your design or create your own! Add a ribbon to your silk hoop for hanging! Please note that the silk dyes will not come out of clothing.

Online - Watercolor Sketching - Owl with Jacki Yamin
February 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $25 Members, $30 Non-Members

Please register by 01/23/2023.

Feb 10Paint an Owl  – Watercolor Sketch

Join me and paint a lovely watercolor painting of this very cute owl.  We’ll start by drawing the owl (or tracing it).  Then comes the examination of the feathers and all its different colors and layers!  We’ll paint in light washes, adding color as needed.  Finally, comes the detailing and a light wash behind this creature.  We will use a variety of  techniques  – wet on wet, dry brush, and detailing – to create this realistic portrait of an owl.  

In-Person: Introduction to Digital Photography with Tom Kennedy
February 11 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost: $35 Members, $44 Non-Members

Please register by 02/09/2022!

Introduction to Digital Photography

If you are using a digital camera for taking photographs in the “auto mode,” wondering what all the other dials and selections are for and how to use them, this class is for you. You will learn the use of the shutter speed, aperture settings, and what ISO is all about, and just how they work together to produce a great photo. What the camera does when you select landscape, sports, night, portrait and A, P or S choices will be reviewed, and how to use them effectively. This class will take you to the next level in developing your photographic skills, no matter what your present level is. If you have a DSLR camera, please bring it to class along with your lenses. Cameras are not necessary to participate.

Students are encouraged to bring their cameras, iPads and iPhones to class. No experience is necessary.

Get on Tom's email list so you never miss a class! Send your email to TLAKPhotos@gmail.com
Free Family Art Day - Heart painting - with Barbara Buford
February 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

This is a free event! Please register in advance, seats are limited.
If you are registered and can't make it please call us, so somebody else can participate.

Please register by 02/09/2022.

We will create a Heart painting, let your imagination run wild!

This is a free event funded by the Art League. A suggested donation of $5 to our COVID-19 emergency operating fund would be greatly appreciated, so we may continue to offer free youth classes in the future.

Please click here to donate.

Children must be accompanied by an adult; adults must be accompanied by a child. All family members (including adults) must be registered for this event.

In-Person: Empty Bowl Project: Bowl Making with Sarah Halcott
February 11 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Help us fight hunger!


The Empty Bowl Project is a unique opportunity to fight hunger locally and benefit the Diakonia food bank and the program of the Art League! Here's how you can help: join us to create a bowl for a $30 members/$38 non members donation as part of the Empty Bowl Project and create your own unique bowl. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for bowls to be fired and ready for pickup.)

So come, bring some friends and create your unique soup bowl while also help fighting hunger here on the Eastern Shore! 

Please register by 02/09/2023 to safe your spot!

Set of 2 Cups - Family & Friends Pottery: Ages 6+ with Sarah Halcott
February 11 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Cost: $25 for members, $32 for non members

Please register by 02/09/2023!

Create art that inspires you, Set of 2 Cups or choose from available projects, bring family and friends for time to play with clay!

Projects will be available for pick up 2-3 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class with Robbie Johnson
February 13 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members 12-2pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/11/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class from 2:30-4:30pm with Robbie Johnson
February 13 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members from 2:30-4:30pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/11/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

Online Class: Develop your Drawing Skills with David Simpson
February 13 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost: $25 for members/ $30 for non-members per class

Please register by 02-11-2023.

February 13 th Drawing Picasso and Sculptural Cubism
This creative online drawing class will focus on taking a deeper look into the sculptural art of Cubism. Then students will have the opportunity to recreate a drawing of a famous masterpiece by Picasso or draw a new sculptural creation in the style of this prolific artist. Ultimately this class will be an innovative take on developing a sculptural drawing made up of line, shape, and planes. As a class, we will gain an understanding of the class concepts through a brief lecture and Power Point. Although this class will utilize pencil as the medium, the content knowledge of the class is directly applicable to all painting and drawing media. This class can be accomplished with literally one pencil, eraser, and paper. However, the ideal essential materials are a variety of Pencils, HB-6B, erasers, and sketch pad (approximately 11” x 14”).

In-Person Kids Pottery: Ages 6+ Choose your project with Robbie Johnson
February 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$25 for members, $32 for non members from 5-6pm

Please register by 02/11/2023!

We review the basic methods of hand-building to create a variety of projects. We start with small plates and animal sculptures, kids are welcome to bring references for inspiration to go beyond the basic projects.
Adults that are family are welcome to join with additional registration.

Projects will be available for pick up 3-4 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

Gouache/Acrylic Painting - Dogs & Cats - with Joanne K. Guilfoil
February 14 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members

Please register by 02/12/2023.


Gouache – sometimes referred to as opaque watercolor, starts out similarly to watercolor. The pigment ratio in gouache is usually much greater than in watercolor and solid white pigment are incorporated. These factors give gouache a much heavier texture and higher opacity than watercolor alone.
But if you feel more comfortable painting in Acrylic that is fine too.

Students will learn to practice shape ,color , form and composition using gouache paints (opaque watercolor) with various subject matter. In each class , we will also focus on different styles which will evolve from abstract through impressionism to superrealism.

Bring your own supplies (gouache paints, paper, brushes, heavy card stock or Bristol board replaces canvas, for Acrylic Painting bring Acrylic colors, canvas, brushes, paper towels, etc.), or rent a kit from the instructor for a fee of $15.
Please let us know ahead of the class that you will need to rent a kit so the instructor will have enough supplies available.

Reference photos and sample paintings will be provided as examples.

Local Colors, Watercolors - Painting Goldfish - with Gerilyn Gaskill
February 16 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost: $30 for members, $38 for non members

Please register by 01/24/2023.

February 16 “Goldfish”

Goldfish painting is something magical and whimsical with their effervescent colors sure to give you an enjoyable day and a fun painting to take home. We’ll be creating and learning many tips and techniques while you paint your goldfish. Come early to set up, lender kits available to beginners for a small charge.

Watch watercolor demonstrations and try your hand as you paint along with Gerilyn! Have fun while you learn to capture the "local color" in watercolors.
Get on Gerilyn’s email list and she will bring you up-to-date with the changing themes.

All levels are welcome. Bring what supplies you have or rent a kit from the instructor.

HeArt and Soul: Create Heart Collage - with Barbara Buford
February 16 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

This is a free event.

Please register by 02/14/2023.

We will create Heart Collage together with things and colors which make you happy.

No previous art experience needed. Barbara will walk you through every step of the process.

This is a free event funded by the Coastal Associates of Realtors.  A suggested donation of $10 to our emergency operating fund would be greatly appreciated, so we may continue to offer free classes in the future.

Please click here to donate.

The theme of this class is "transformation" and it geared towards those dealing with stress, trauma or grief with projects designed to focus on centering and healing.

In-Person: Empty Bowl Project: Bowl Making with Sarah Halcott
February 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Help us fight hunger!


The Empty Bowl Project is a unique opportunity to fight hunger locally and benefit the Diakonia food bank and the program of the Art League! Here's how you can help: join us to create a bowl for a $30 members/$38 non members donation as part of the Empty Bowl Project and create your own unique bowl. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for bowls to be fired and ready for pickup.)

So come, bring some friends and create your unique soup bowl while also help fighting hunger here on the Eastern Shore! 

Please register by 02/16/2023 to safe your spot!

Writers Group February Meeting - All Welcome!
February 18 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join us for FREE monthly meetings & creative writing discussion. Advanced registration preferred.
We will provide open discussions at our monthly meetings. Everyone’s voice will be heard.

Prompt TBA
Mythical Creatures - Family & Friends Pottery: Ages 6+ with Sarah Halcott
February 18 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Cost: $25 for members, $32 for non members

Please register by 02/16/2023!

Create art that inspires you, Mythical Creatures or choose from available projects, bring family and friends for time to play with clay!

Projects will be available for pick up 2-3 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person - Painting Snow Scene with Cabin in Watercolor with Jacki Yamin
February 19 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members ( Bring your own supplies)

Please register by 02/17/2023.

Paint Snow Scene with Cabin in Watercolor & Ink

 

Join me and paint several lovely watercolor winter scenes.  Together we will draw several pictures placing a cabin, water, and trees in pleasing compositions. After adding a very wet wash, salt will be added to create the background trees. (A hair dryer will come in handy.)  Layers of grays and blues will add depth and clarity to the image.  If desired, a fine permanent marker can be used to enhance the artwork.

In-Person: Kids " Rainbow Goldfishes!" with Jacki Yamin
February 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Cost: $25 for members, $30 for non members (includes all supplies)

Please register by 02/17/2023!

Painting of Rainbow Goldfishes

Join us and together we will paint these lovely rainbow goldfish using acrylic paints.  First we’ll decide where to place our fish and then move on to paint them!  We’ll add some grass and bubbles.  And, no worries!  I will be there to show you the steps and help you if needed!  Leave with a finished painting!  All materials provided.  Just bring your enthusiasm!   


All ages are welcome however children ages 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Please check our website for mask regulations.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class with Robbie Johnson
February 20 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members 12-2pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/18/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class from 2:30-4:30pm with Robbie Johnson
February 20 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members from 2:30-4:30pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/18/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

Online Class: Develop your Drawing Skills with David Simpson
February 20 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost: $25 for members/ $30 for non-members per class

Please register by 02-18-2023.

February 20th Recreating David Smith
This creative online drawing class will focus on taking a deeper look into the sculptural art of David Smith. Then students will have the opportunity to recreate a drawing of a famous masterpiece by Smith or draw a new sculptural creation in the style of this prolific artist. Ultimately this class will be an innovative take on developing a sculptural drawing made up of geometric forms and values. As a class, we will gain an understanding of the class concepts through a brief lecture and Power Point. Although this class will utilize pencil as the medium, the content knowledge of the class is directly applicable to all painting and drawing media. This class can be accomplished with literally one pencil, eraser, and paper. However, the ideal essential materials are a variety of Pencils, HB-6B,erasers, and sketch pad (approximately 11” x 14”).

In-Person Kids Pottery: Ages 6+ Choose your project with Robbie Johnson
February 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$25 for members, $32 for non members from 5-6pm

Please register by 02/18/2023!

We review the basic methods of hand-building to create a variety of projects. We start with small plates and animal sculptures, kids are welcome to bring references for inspiration to go beyond the basic projects.
Adults that are family are welcome to join with additional registration.

Projects will be available for pick up 3-4 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

Gouache/Acrylic Painting - Peaches & Apples - with Joanne K. Guilfoil
February 21 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members

Please register by 02/12/2023.


Gouache – sometimes referred to as opaque watercolor, starts out similarly to watercolor. The pigment ratio in gouache is usually much greater than in watercolor and solid white pigment are incorporated. These factors give gouache a much heavier texture and higher opacity than watercolor alone.
But if you feel more comfortable painting in Acrylic that is fine too.

Students will learn to practice shape ,color , form and composition using gouache paints (opaque watercolor) with various subject matter. In each class , we will also focus on different styles which will evolve from abstract through impressionism to superrealism.

Bring your own supplies (gouache paints, paper, brushes, heavy card stock or Bristol board replaces canvas, for Acrylic Painting bring Acrylic colors, canvas, brushes, paper towels, etc.), or rent a kit from the instructor for a fee of $15.
Please let us know ahead of the class that you will need to rent a kit so the instructor will have enough supplies available.

Reference photos and sample paintings will be provided as examples.

In-Person: Drop-In Painting Watercolor for Members
February 21 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost Free for Members (Only for members!)

Please register by 02/19/2023, or just come by.

A wonderful way to meet up with likeminded painters and friends to paint together and inspire each other! You can use the classroom and inspire each other!
Bring your paint supplies and your friends.
No instructor will guide the class.

Online: Watercolor - Landscapes in WC, Pen & Ink - with Nancy Thompson
February 22 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members,

Please register by 02/20/2022.

Feb 22 Pen and Ink with Watercolor
Learn better techniques for combining pen and ink, watercolor and other media.


Pattern will be provided for you to transfer to your watercolor paper and Nancy will give step-by-step instructions. She will show you through demos how to use different techniques and give you time to paint/sketch your own piece. The focus for this workshop will be sketch techniques, how to simplify, color mixing and watercolor techniques. Come and join us for a great painting experience.

Online Class: Develop your Painting Skills in Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor with David Simpson
February 23 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost: $25 Members, $30 Non-Members

Please register by 02-21-2022!

February 23 – Applying Analogous Colors with Contrast
Are you looking to further your painting ability in any media? Then this online, any media painting class is for you! As a long time, professional painter and fine art educator, David holds a plentiful amount of experience in producing and teaching various styles of painting. Regardless of your amount of experience, desired painting style, media, or subject preference, this class will assist in your growth as a painter. The class will begin with an introduction and a brief Power Point. Ultimately, this class will guide you step by step through the stages of developing a painting. The focus will be on painting a seascape with the strategic application of analogous colors contrasted with a complement. We will mix them in places to blend and create an intermediate color as a transition. Finally, instruction will cover the various layers of “building up” a painting to reach the end goal. Recommended paper/canvas size should be around 9” x 12” up to 16” x 20.”
Paint & Pasta Night at Art League - Wine bottle & glass - with Becca Morgan
February 23 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost: $45 members/ $56 non-members  (all material and food included)

Please register by 02/18/2023.and let us know what food choice you picked, you can just pick one. Here are the options:

– deep-dish meat lasagna is made with Arthur Avenue Bronx meats, handmade mozzarella, creamy ricotta, muenster and Pecorino Romano
Spaghetti with our own tomato sauce & Mamma's Meatballs – Hand-rolled veal, pork, and beef meatballs 
Fettuccini pasta tossed in a light Parmigiano Reggiano cream sauce
Mista Salat Fresh spring mix topped with strawberries, candied walnuts, shaved wine washed goat cheese and our honey herb champagne vinaigrette with grilled chicken
Bring a friend and adult beverages for this fun Pasta & Paint Night. <span style="font-si
In-Person - Exploring the World of Watercolor - Pets - with Kathy Bohs
February 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members

Please register by 02/22/2023!

Learn to use your creativity to express yourself through this exciting medium. We will cover different techniques, ideas and tips. This workshop is great if you're new to Watercolor or just want to re-energize your own skills. Paint from life or from a photograph by really looking at colors, shapes, shadows, and light spots to create sparkle.
Every time we will work on a different theme! Please have your own supplies ready.

*Please note the advertised artwork may be different from the actual sketch and painting you'll create.

In-Person: Empty Bowl Project: Bowl Making with Patricia
February 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Help us fight hunger!


The Empty Bowl Project is a unique opportunity to fight hunger locally and benefit the Diakonia food bank and the program of the Art League! Here's how you can help: join us to create a bowl for a $30 members/ $38 non-members donation as part of the Empty Bowl Project and create your own unique bowl.
. (Please allow 2-3 weeks for bowls to be fired and ready for pickup.)

So come, bring some friends and create your unique soup bowl while also help fighting hunger here on the Eastern Shore! 

Please register by 02/23/2023 to safe your spot!

Adult Pottery - (1 hour) Choose a project - with Patricia Rose
February 25 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Cost per session: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Please register by 02/23/2023.

I encourage students to create unique projects to develop their understanding of clay. There are variety of projects to inspire students or bring your own ideas to work through. My goal is to spark inspiration, creativity and learning. All Levels welcome. Perfect for all levels of students from the beginner to more advanced. Adults and teens welcome.

Pieces will be ready for pick-up latest 4 weeks after workshop. We will call you when your items are ready.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class with Robbie Johnson
February 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/25/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

In-Person: Clay Hand-building & Wheel Class from 2:30-4:30pm with Robbie Johnson
February 27 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost per session: $50 Members, $63 Non-Members from 2:30-4:30pm (all material, glazing & firing is included)

Spaces limited to 5 students!
Please register by 02/25/2023!

Students will be able to explore clay through hand building or learn the potters wheel. Bring your own project ideas or choose one from an assortment of projects that build skills and allow creative freedom. Advance reservation is required to guarantee your spot.

Online Class: Develop your Drawing Skills with David Simpson
February 27 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost: $25 for members/ $30 for non-members per class

Please register by 02-25-2023.

February 27th Drawing Henri Moore
This creative online drawing class will focus on taking a deeper look into the sculptural art of Henri Moore. Then students will have the opportunity to recreate a drawing of a famous masterpiece by Moore or a new sculptural creation in the style of this prolific artist. Ultimately this class will be an innovative take on developing a sculptural drawing made up of solid and simplified organic forms. As a class, we will gain an understanding of the class concepts through a brief lecture and Power Point. Although this class will utilize pencil as the medium, the content knowledge of the class is directly applicable to all painting and drawing media. This class can be accomplished with literally one pencil, eraser, and paper. However, the ideal essential materials are a variety of Pencils, HB-6B, erasers, and sketch pad (approximately 11” x 14”).

In-Person Kids Pottery: Ages 6+ Choose your project with Robbie Johnson
February 27 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

$25 for members, $32 for non members from 5-6pm

Please register by 02/25/2023!

We review the basic methods of hand-building to create a variety of projects. We start with small plates and animal sculptures, kids are welcome to bring references for inspiration to go beyond the basic projects.
Adults that are family are welcome to join with additional registration.

Projects will be available for pick up 3-4 weeks after class, we will call to notify you that pieces are ready, or have your art mailed for an additional cost, please pay at time of class if choosing shipping.

Cost includes all materials, clay, glazing, and firing.

Advanced registration is required to guarantee your spot.

Gouache/Acrylic Painting - Shrimp & Billfish - with Joanne K. Guilfoil
February 28 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost: $30 Members, $38 Non-Members

Please register by 02/26/2023.


Gouache – sometimes referred to as opaque watercolor, starts out similarly to watercolor. The pigment ratio in gouache is usually much greater than in watercolor and solid white pigment are incorporated. These factors give gouache a much heavier texture and higher opacity than watercolor alone.
But if you feel more comfortable painting in Acrylic that is fine too.

Students will learn to practice shape ,color , form and composition using gouache paints (opaque watercolor) with various subject matter. In each class , we will also focus on different styles which will evolve from abstract through impressionism to superrealism.

Bring your own supplies (gouache paints, paper, brushes, heavy card stock or Bristol board replaces canvas, for Acrylic Painting bring Acrylic colors, canvas, brushes, paper towels, etc.), or rent a kit from the instructor for a fee of $15.
Please let us know ahead of the class that you will need to rent a kit so the instructor will have enough supplies available.

Reference photos and sample paintings will be provided as examples.