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Material Lists

Current and Upcoming Classes Below:

Jaime Howard

Mixed Media/ Collage Class

4 Student Min/ 12 Max


November 17th

December 1st, 8th, 15th

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Cost: $125

Collage (From the French: coller, to glue, French pronunciation: ?[k?.la??]) is a technique of an art production, primarily used in the visual arts, where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole.

Course description:
In this 4 week course we will use various materials along with the Principles of design and composition to create collages with exciting imagery and dynamic surfaces. These pieces can stand alone or be used as a springboard for the development of future work.


Stephanie Sipp

Materials List:

Dorian Eng

Zentangle Introductory Class

12 Student Limit!


November 15th

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Cost: $35 (supplies included!)

The Zentangle® method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and enjoyable drawing technique that creates beautiful images from structured patterns. It increases focus and creativity, provides artistic satisfaction along with an increased sense of personal well being.

Taking a class from a CZT provides a meaningful learning experience that will enhance the use of many of the Zentangle® books currently available. All Certified Zentangle® Teachers are taught by the creators of Zentangle®, Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas.

Creating Zentangle® art is enjoyed by people of all ages; no art experience is necessary. Everything you need can fit in your pocket, it's inexpensive and portable.

Dorian Eng (Certified Zentangle Teacher, CZT)

Holiday Zentangle


December 6th

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Cost: $40 (supplies included!)

Create beautiful handmade Zentangle ornaments for someone special or yourself. Your stunning star and cleverly constructed cube can be displayed in a home not only for the holidays but all year round. With some new tangles/ patterns that you will learn step by step, each ornament will be unique.

Zentangle is an easy and relaxing method of creating beautiful images by mindfully drawing repetitive patterns. No art skills are necessary. A fun drawing meditation method created by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts taught by Certified Zentangle Teacher Dorian Eng     


Make Your Own Artists' Sketchbooks - Longstitch Journals

Eliza Holliday


October 25th

9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

5 Students Minimum/ 10 Maximum

Cost: $75 (materials included)

We will learn an “Exposed Stitch” technique: Long stitch (with exposed decorative stitching and beading) so you can make a multi-signature sketchbook in this one-day workshop. The paper used for the blank interior pages will be watercolor-and-collage-strong; the cover fashioned from watercolor paper hand painted by you, making this sketchbook totally personal to the YOU (the artist/ journaller.) Paper, linen thread, beads and all materials included in the price.


Paula Foster

Creative Art with Acrylics


October 14th, 21st, 28th

November 4th, 11th, 18th

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Cost: $120 (not including materials)

In this class you will learn how to enhance your paintings by making it look heavier - giving it a “built up” look. You will be taught how to paint with other implements besides a paint brush. Creative techniques for special effects! This class is for beginning and intermediate students. You will be instructed at whatever level you are in your art. You will also learn mixed media techniques using acrylic paint and images from different souces.

Materials: Coming soon!


Allison Watson

Acrylic Painting Class


October 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th

November 5th and 12th

9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon


Cost: $195 (not including materials)

This painting class is designed for painters of all levels. Students may paint landscape, still life floral, etc. The basics of painting will be covered: color theory and mixing, composition, painting techniques, value and use of materials. Each student will work at their own pace and will have personal attention in each class. All should complete 2 or more original paintings. There will be demonstrations of watercolor techniques, mixed media and use of materials, discussions of realism, impressionism and other styles of painting. Demonstrations will be in acrylic because of their speed and “forgiveness.”

Allison Watson has taught painting classes and workshops for over 30 years and is a painter of southeastern landscapes.

Materials List:

This class will be available for sessions on the following dates!

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  - Next Session -

         November 19th, (then Thanksgiving eve)
         December 3rd,10th, 17th (then Christmas eve)
         January 7th, 14th

  - Following Session -

         January 28th
         February 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
         March 4th

Gordon Meggison

Watercolor Painting


October 16th, 23rd, 30th

November 6th, 13th, 20th

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Cost: $195 (not including materials)

Initially we will cover accurate color mixing, then cover my goal to better facilitate the one problem I find most students have trouble mastering: loose, vibrant color washes in controlled areas that retain the brilliance for which watercolor is famous.  I believe this is a key factor in creating a strong, convincing watercolor painting. I will also have excercises designed to help achieve brilliance with glazing techniques and watery washes that promote looseness in a controlledmanner.  I will also introduce a variety of techniques that produce the illusion of textural effects.



William McMahan

The Art of Drawing Trees 2


October 28th

November 4th, 11th, 18th

10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

Cost: $70 (not including materials)

This class will expand upon material covered in "The Art of Drawing Trees 1."  The first class is not a prerequisite. Students will create and fully render one tree out of their imagination and also multiple trees from observation. Students will learn techniques for rendering clusters of trees from a distance, as well as how to use branches as compositional tools. Techniques for drawing specific types of trees will also be demonstrated based on the interests of the class.

Materials List: Open to any drawing materials. Toned paper encouraged.

Ed Hall

Advanced Figure Drawing Workshop


November 8th

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

November 15th

9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

November 22nd

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Cost: $225 (not including materials)

Note: (see examples online through my tutorials:


Week One (November 8):

-Texture and the picture surface: Building up (massing) vertical, horizontal and curved lines to

create value

-Warm-up gestures – straight and curved technique (10 - 20 gestures)

-Long pose: using short, 1” strokes, create 100 (count them) vertical strokes, 100

horizontal strokes, and 100 curved strokes to create texture, value and space (include

edge strokes, wall strokes, floor strokes, etc.). A semi-blind drawing. Blind strokes at

the beginning, curved (looking) strokes at the end.

Week Two (November 15):

-The Figure and it’s Environment: Modeling the figure in Space

-a quick review about finding planes through value observation and setting up your

composition (understanding the importance of squinting to see the large forms)

-Tonal gestures (10-20 gestures) – include objects within the environment

-Review the “big three” tone masses: lights, half-tones and shadows.

-Long pose: With the figure in a corner, and with other elements around her, draw the

entire space she occupies. Include walls, boards, all edges, plugs, lamp, fan – anything

“touching” or intersecting the figure. No more “floating” figures on the page. Include as

many elements as you see to build the space.

Week Three (November 22):

-Building a Four Quadrant Drawing: Emphasizes cross-quadrant connections, i.e. sliding planes,

invented intersections, found connections, sliding values and imaginative use of creating a

unique composition.

-Warm-up gestures with side of charcoal – quickly blocking in value (5-10 gestures)

-Long pose: break your picture plane into (4) quadrants – using 1 long vertical line and

one long horizontal line across your page. Make the quadrants of different sizes and

show the outside edge of you picture plane as well. Each quadrant will be a different

pose, and/or a different part of the figure. Find the connections!

-Final analysis – bringing it all together