Art at the Senior Center
ART AT THE SENIOR CENTER
All are welcome to attend these one-session classes designed for all skill levels. No experience necessary and all supplies provided. Sign up for all 6 sessions and save $25 using code #166211.
Jan. 12 Basic Clay Hand-Building- Coffee or Tea Mug
Discover the joy of working with clay by building a unique mug for your favorite drink. Participants learn about coil, pinch and slab techniques along with scratch and attach. Beautiful glaze options are applied by one of our studio techs prior to firing. Completed projects available for pick-up at the Senior Center 2 – 3 weeks after class.
Jan. 26, Print Your Own Valentine’s Day Cards
Printmaking is the process of making patterns or images on one surface, covering in ink/paint and transferring to another surface. Participants learn how to design and cut their own EZ Carve block, how to use pre-made stamps and roll ink to produce a small set of stunning cards to send to loved ones.
Feb. 9, Basic Clay Hand-Building- Vase
There is nothing better than a handmade vase for fresh or dried flowers in the home. Participants learn the coil hand-building method to create a one-of-a-kind vase. Beautiful glaze options are applied by one of our studio techs prior to firing. Completed projects available for pick-up at the Senior Center 2 – 3 weeks after class.
Feb. 23, Fused Glass- Wall Pocket Vase
Enhance your home (or give as a gift) with a colorful fused glass piece. Participants learn how to cut and layer glass with fiber paper and wire to produce a wall hanging vase to hold mail, small items and more. Completed projects available for pick-up at the Senior Center 2 – 3 weeks after class.
March 9, Watercolor Basics
Watercolor is a flexible and accessible medium to start painting. Instructor-led demonstrations cover the basic tools and a variety of methods such as wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry and layering to produce a lovely still life image. Participants leave with a finished watercolor and confidence for further exploration.
March 23, Needle Felting- Landscape
Felting has been around since the Neolithic period, used to keep people warm and dry before knitting was invented. Currently, it is largely the process of locking wool pieces together to form 2D imagery or 3D objects. Using special needles to connect various colors of wool roving together, participants learn how to build a gorgeous 2D landscape with inspiration from their favorite place, photo or imagination.
If the cost of the program is prohibiting you from registering, please contact the Art Center supervisor, Jes Schrom, at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss fee options.