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Pastels

Explore color through pastels at a beginner and intermediate level. Use traditional pastels as you learn how to mix colors and layering processes. Create still lifes and landscapes using a photo reference. Expand your skills through demonstrations and personal instruction.

Instructor:  Ken Buck

Supply List

Please bring your own reference photo to class each week.

Required:

  • Pastel-toned paper with colors (pad or individual sheets)
  • Pastel boards or sanded pastel paper (your choice of drawing surface)
  • Pastels: Sennelier, Nu Pastels, Rembrandt or Great American
  • For paper sheets you will need masking tape or bull clamps, and a drawing board that is larger than your paper. 
  • Kneaded eraser
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Soft vine charcoal

Optional:

  • Pastel pencils
  • Cookie tray
  • Dish towel or rags
  • Wet wipes 

Colored Pencil & Mixed Media

Explore a variety of techniques in colored pencil, ink, and mixed media. Through class projects, demonstrations, and individual instruction, the instructor will help students build on their skills, strengths, and interests with an emphasis on helping each student develop their own individual style.

Students will have the option of working on class projects or working independently on projects of their own choice.

Instructor:  Nancy Pugliano

Supply List

  • Colored Pencils  (Any brand, recommend at least the 36 pack of Prismacolors with an additional henna, cool and warm greys, and colorless blender)
  • Bristol drawing paper  (smooth or vellum)
  • #2 pencil
  • Kneadable eraser
  • Micron or other brand pigma pens sizes: 005, 01 and 02
  • Portable pencil sharpener (battery preferred)
  • 12 inch ruler
  • Round stencil brushes
  • Turpenoid or solvent and q-tips

Additional supplies will be discussed during the first class.

Colored Pencil, Ink Drawing & More

Explore a variety of techniques in colored pencil, ink, and mixed media. Through class projects, demonstrations, and individual instruction, the instructor will help students build on their skills, strengths, and interests with an emphasis on helping each student develop their own individual style.

Students will have the option of working on class projects or working independently on projects of their own choice.

Instructor:  Nancy Pugliano

Supply List

  • Colored Pencils (Any brand, recommend at least the 36 pack of Prismacolors with an additional henna, cool and warm greys and colorless blender)
  • Bristol drawing paper  (smooth or vellum)
  • #2 pencil
  • Kneadable eraser
  • Micron or other brand pigma pens sizes: 005, 01 and 02
  • Portable pencil sharpener (battery preferred)
  • 12 inch ruler
  • Round stencil brushes
  • Turpenoid or solvent and q-tips

Additional supplies will be discussed during the first class.

Pastels

Explore color through pastels at a beginner and intermediate level. Use traditional pastels as you learn how to mix colors and layering processes. Create still lifes and landscapes using a photo reference. Expand your skills through demonstrations and personal instruction.

Instructor:  Ken Buck

Supply List

Please bring your own reference photo to class each week.

Required:

  • Pastel-toned paper with colors (pad or individual sheets)
  • Pastel boards or sanded pastel paper (your choice of drawing surface)
  • Pastels: Sennelier, Nu Pastels, Rembrandt or Great American
  • For paper sheets you will need masking tape or bull clamps, and a drawing board that is larger than your paper. 
  • Kneaded eraser
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Soft vine charcoal

Optional:

  • Pastel pencils
  • Cookie tray
  • Dish towel or rags
  • Wet wipes 

Intermediate Oil Painting

Develop and hone your oil painting skills.  Using a subject of your choice, you will work on color choice, brush strokes, and will receive individualized attention.  Some drawing and painting experience is necessary.  Please bring reference photos.

Instructor:  Judy Guttman

Supply List

Below is a list of suggested supplies, however, you are welcome to wait and discuss supplies with the instructor on the first day of class.
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Pastels

Explore color through pastels at a beginner and intermediate level. Use traditional pastels as you learn how to mix colors and layering processes. Create still lifes and landscapes using a photo reference. Expand your skills through demonstrations and personal instruction.

Instructor:  Ken Buck

Supply List

Please bring your own reference photo to class each week.

Required:

  • Pastel-toned paper with colors (pad or individual sheets)
  • Pastel boards or sanded pastel paper (your choice of drawing surface)
  • Pastels: Sennelier, Nu Pastels, Rembrandt or Great American
  • For paper sheets you will need masking tape or bull clamps, and a drawing board that is larger than your paper. 
  • Kneaded eraser
  • Stiff bristle brush
  • Soft vine charcoal

Optional:

  • Pastel pencils
  • Cookie tray
  • Dish towel or rags
  • Wet wipes 

Mindful Art 2

Work in various art mediums while learning how to practice mindfulness.  Begin class with a guided meditation, followed by an art project using a different medium each week, including small projects with basket weaving, Japanese rock wrapping, and creative drawing. Learn how to practice mindfulness not only in your artmaking, but in your everyday lives. Students are encouraged to complete Mindful Art 1 prior to this class.

Instructor:  Charity Rust-Jordan

Supply List

All Supplies Included

Cooking with Friends

Join Chef CJ for a fun evening of cooking with friends! You and a buddy (or come stag and make a new friend) will prepare New York Strip steaks with compound butter, twice-baked potatoes, and a green salad with vinaigrette. Class is for ages 21+ registration includes one adult beverage. Vegan/Vegetarian options available, just let us know in advance!

Skills You’ll Learn:

  • Kitchen Safety
  • Knife Skills
  • Plating of Food and Garnishing
  • Preparing Perfect Steaks

More about this class:

  • Class is for ages 21+
  • Great for beginner and intermediate cooks!
  • Cooks work in pairs, sign up with a friend!
  • Enjoy all the food you prepare in class, and take home the leftovers!

Instructor:  CJ Jones

Supply List

All supplies are included.

If you have any food allergies, intolerances, or aversions, please let us know by adding a note to your order.

All About Asian Noodles

Join chef JoEllen Hothem for this cooking class on Asian Noodle Dishes! Intermediate cooks will enjoy creating Vietnamese Summer Rolls, Nam Tok Beef Salad, and Rice Vermicelli Pudding for dessert! Class is for ages 16+.

Skills You’ll Learn:

  • Kitchen Safety
  • Knife Skills
  • Asian Flavors
  • Working with Different Noodles

More about this class:

  • Class is for ages 16+
  • Best for intermediate-to-advanced cooks
  • Enjoy all the foods you prepare in class, and take home your leftovers!

Instructor:  JoEllen Hothem

Supply List

All supplies are included.

If you have any food allergies, intolerances, or aversions, please let us know by adding a note to your order.