Current Class Schedule

Figure on Friday Open Studio Figure Drawing with nude model Friday 5/17/2019 6:30PM - 8:30PM *no instruction $20


We Require:

  • a request for a specific class and instructor

  • 2-3 possible days/times that work for your schedule

  • number of participants anticipated

Once Your Class Is Scheduled We Will Require The Following:

  • a non-refundable deposit that includes the minimum amount for 1-3 participants within five days of class date confirmation

  • payment from listed participants three days prior to class


Class Descriptions

Alcohol and Ink Abstracts with Pauline Clifford

The third and final workshop using alcohol ink to create abstract art pieces.

Supplies include alcohol ink and Yupo paper. Bring your own hair dryer (minimum 1875 watts).

Cost: $40.00 person (includes supplies)

Time: 3 hours

Alcohol and Ink Flowers with pauline Clifford

Take your alcohol ink painting to the next level. Learn how to make flowers using alcohol ink. Tools provided for use. Supplies include alcohol ink, ceramic tiles, and Yupo paper.

Cost: $40.00 per person (includes supplies)

Time: 3 hours


Explore your creativity and learn to manipulate acrylic paints. Set aside time for yourself to discover your abilities or improve on your skills in a safe, nurturing environment with a lot of personal attention. There is a strong concentration in color and composition with reference to design elements. Be the artist you always wanted to be!

Cellini spiral Bracelet with Pauline Clifford

Try your hand at a more advanced form of the Cellini—the spiral bracelet. Prerequisite: Proficiency with flat Cellini pattern. Kit includes needle, beading thread, clasp, and beads (you own your own colorway from the ones provided).

Cost: $40.00 per person (kit included)


This class is for students who have always wanted to learn to paint with oil and those who have knowledge of the medium and want to expand their skills. Students may use traditional oil paints or water based oil paints. We will work from direct observation with a live model and a variety of subject matter while exploring color, form, light and composition. The class will focus on the materials and techniques of painting.   There is strong focus and support on individual ideas and concepts as you progress in this class. Some drawing experience is helpful.


An individualized, studio art class designed to introduced you to a solid foundation in watercolor painting. Learn the basics, starting with beginner's techniques and essential skills.  We will concentrate on painting beautiful color and creative designs by exploring the expressive potential of the medium. Light and color, transparency, composition and color theory as well as paper choice and brush techniques such as washes, wet-in-wet, dry brush, and color mixing will be covered. This class is best for those wanting a structured and sequential class focusing on technique, for beginners or intermediate students with some drawing experience. 


Good drawing skills are key to making good art. This class helps the artist gain better understanding of the elements of line, value, perspective and composition, working from large loose shapes to smaller more refined ones.

Boost your confidence in your artistic endeavors by learning how to draw from life or imagination. Take a creative, informative, and fun six week class with illustrator Taylor Martin and learn the essential components of shadow, tone, form and perspective in a positive one-on-one environment. Make art pieces reflecting these fundamental skills that will develop your abilities in all creative mediums. Perfect for beginners or intermediates.

Figure on Friday

Come draw and paint from a nude model in our new and inspiring gallery. All are welcome who want to study the figure. This class has no instruction however there will be a monitor. Bring your own materials. We have a limited number of easels bring yours if you have one. This is a great way to spend your Friday night. BYOB!

Web of Threads

Ready to make some magic? Learn to create beautiful thread art by machine-sewing collaged materials into water-soluble fabric. Once the stitching is complete, the fabric is dissolved away, leaving behind a firm, structured “thread drawing.” Your finished piece of art can look as delicate as a spider web or as opaque as stained glass, and can be hung on the wall or used as the basis of other mixed media art. Longer pieces can be worn as a scarf, smaller pieces can be made into a cuff or brooch.

Fabric of Our Lives

People and places often appear like a hazy patchwork quilt in our minds. Layering fabric with acrylic paint can add texture, depth and a little snip of the familiar—making those precious memories all the more vivid or bring abstract compositions out of our imaginations and into life. No experience necessary.

Gem Encrusted Bezel Pendant

Students will work with a variety of semi-precious gem chips and metal bezels to create one-of-a-kind pendants. All supplies including leather cord will be provided.

Single wrap Leather bracelet

Learn to make a leather wrap bracelet perfectly sized to your wrist. Choose your favorite from a hundred different colors of fire-polished Czech glass beads. Additional materials include imported leather cord in a variety of colors, and vintage buttons. This technique is basic and easily mastered. All supplies are included.


Wire Wrapped Earrings

Take wire wrapping to the next level! Try your hand at wire weaving with a pair of earrings. A great beginner project. You select your wire and stone color.

Fluid painting

Fluid painting involves layering acrylic paints of different densities and incorporating certain additives such as silicone, alcohol, dish soap, etc. which can result in unexpected and gorgeous combinations of paint, cells, and lacing or mudding depending on what your own unique style is! Fluid painting techniques include the flip cup, the dirty pour, and the swipe. Fluid painting is a great way to explore the movement of acrylic paint on surface!