The following sessions are scheduled for the remainder of the year. You can register ahead of time and pay for the class.
Registration is not complete until the class is paid for. 

Future offerings are subject to change. 

January 16, 2019

Inspirational Collage
 with Barbara Buford

Lets get messy!   
This class will get you to look at paper and junk mail in a whole new way. 

Students will create some collage papers using old book pages, tissue papers, deli paper and a variety of unusual things that will make your collages different and unique to your style.  We will paint, stamp and spray papers creating marks and beautiful bold designs.

I will then show you how to create a small collage using your papers that you created.  Due to the length of this class you will learn just the basics of mark making and collage.  

Please wear old clothes or bring an apron, we will get messy.  Please bring your own special stamps or stencils. Teacher will bring mark making tools, stamps and stencils to share.  There will also be a variety of papers provided to paint on. Please bring an old paint brush to use for gluing.

February 20, 2019

Landscapes in Acrylic
 with Bill Patterson

March 20, 2019

IPhone Photography & Editing
 with Sharon Hammesfahr

April 17, 2019

 Abstract Collage
  with Sandra Daley

May 15, 2019

Gelli Prints
 with Kaz Huston

June 19, 2019

Skies and Waves in Watercolor
 with Gail Zinar

July 17, 2019

August 21, 2019

September 18, 2019

October 16, 2019

November 20, 2019

Learn to paint a landscape with good composition, values, and color.  Create an 8"x 10" painting on canvas, brushes and paint will be supplied.   Bill is an accomplished teacher, who will guide you through the process.  You just need to bring your love of art and thirst for knowledge.
In this class, you'll create small (miniature) abstract collages from assorted materials.

Things to bring:  Old watercolor paintings (2 or 3) that you don't mind tearing up, A small set of watercolors, colored pencils, regular or watercolor pencils, a few small brushes, a small WC palette or a small plate, a container for water, Mod Podge (preferably matte finish), Elmer's glue, scissors......Any and/or all of these.  Do not buy anything special for this project.  I will bring scraps to work with, metallic paints, metallic thread and needles, small scraps of fabric and lace, and surfaces to work on.  

Daly attended Carnegie Mellon U. for three semesters, graduated with a BS in Art Ed. from Indiana University of PA.  She also has a MA in Drawing with a minor in Printmaking from Indiana University of PA.  She's taught Elementary Art and Middle School Art in a number of public and private schools.   In 1998, she opened a studio in central Massachusetts,  teaching Art to children from K through 12 for 16 years.  My husband and I moved to Milton in 2016.


Alcohol Inks on Cards
 with Ginny Barney

Blind Contour Drawing
 with Barbara Lloyd

Local Homesteads & Farms in Watercolor
 with Gerilyn Gaskill

Painting on Woven Watercolor Paper
 with Carol Yost

Creating Paper Flowers
 with Lynda Rae Gannon

This technique takes watercolor to a new level.  Carol will demonstrate how to achieve this 3-D feel with watercolor paper and your own palatte. 
 Flowers that last...really last!  These Paper Roses are perfect for every occasion...and the holidays are here!  Lynda guides you through the ins and outs of crafting these lovely roses.