Mixed media; all supplies included. Ages 6 years and older.
24 x 18 inches
Medium: watercolor, metallic inks.
Materials: metallic inks, pre-drawn template, mixing tray, watercolors, droppers, paintbrushes.
Zebras are my favorite animal! Their bold black and white coat pattern lends itself to many color variations!
Create a unique zebra using bright watercolors, add some bling to make it shine! Several color choices available.
24 x 9 inches
Medium: watercolor, wax sticks, glitter and sticker gems.
Price: $40 per person
Max of 5 people
Materials: glitter, modge-podge, gems, watercolor paper, resist sticks, frog tape.
This piece is inspired by the traditional art of batik, which uses wax to "protect" certain areas of a surface
to create a color blocking effect. It's mostly used in south Asia for creating lavish and intricate textile patterns.
However, this batik piece has a twist, since it incorporates whimsical elements like glitter and sticker gems on a
base of bright watercolor wash. This creates a colorful, shimmery and almost 3D effect that varies
depending on the angle it is viewed at.
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16 X 12 inches
Medium: Watercolor, gouache, glitter glue and sticker gems.
Materials: glitter glue, gems, watercolors, gouache, paper, mixing cups, droppers.
This piece is inspired by animal spirits worshipped by multiple cultures across the world.
Wolves have been particularly awe-inspiring creatures in many places; they are majestic,
fierce and are said to have magical powers. In this class, we'll be creating different watercolor and gouache
textures and effects, as well as adding that "magic touch" with glitter and stick-on gems.
Create pieces of art on small canvases, cards, gift tags, magnets, and more using acrylic paint, watercolor, stamps (handmade by you!), collage, markers, inks, etc.
Make as many pieces as time allows!
This class is great for families, as well as adults groups and teens.
What’s an “Altered Book?” We start with an old book and create a new one by playing with paint,
pictures, glue, and a bit of self-reflection.
In this Friday night—all day Saturday workshop, we will create a finished book from start to finish!
We’ll explore possible themes for our books, choose one, and express our insights with a variety of
techniques involving art, writing, and talking (no previous experience necessary).
Themes we may explore: change in our lives, memories and looking toward the future, adventures, possibilities…
or bring your own idea!
Join us for an inspiring experience as we alter a book and discover new insights along the way!
All materials provided.
Bring your own lunch.
Optional: Bring images, poems, quotes, or small items that have meaning to you to incorporate into your book.
9 x 9 inches
Medium: gems, watercolor, silver paint pen.
Price: $35 per person
Max of 6 people
Materials: watercolor, template, plates, droppers, fine paintbrushes, gems.
For many cultures, the moon was considered a deity and a symbol of fertility and feminine power.
For the Colombian Muisca culture, the name of the moon goddess was Chía, and she is the wife of Xué, the Sun God.
Watercolor is easy to use, and lends itself to create tiny details with more control.
Join us to paint a beautiful geometric rendering of Chía!
~From "the Gift of Imperfection" by Brene Brown
12 x 16 inches
Medium: watercolor, gouache, gold paint pens.
Materials: watercolors, gouache, gold pens, paper, mixing cups, droppers.
This piece is inspired by the exotic birds of Colombia. This country holds the world record in bird species,
and with good reason. Some of the birds that inhabit this territory are borderline surreal,
with unbelievable colorful plumage and exotic shapes. In this class, we’ll learn about different
watercolor and gouache techniques, as well as using an uncommon tool –
the gold paint marker – to create fun and interesting textures.
Mixed media; all supplies included!