bohemian wolf

w. isabel bonilla



​saturday march 24th


6p-8p

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Mixed media; all supplies included!

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. 

jaguar beat

w. isabel bonilla



​friday march 16th

7p-9p

Mixed media; all supplies included!
In many South American cultures, the Jaguar is an almighty deity. It is the king of the rainforest, and has complete power over the other creatures that inhabit it. Its beautiful coat is its most outstanding feature, perfectly suited to camouflage during the hunt. In this class, we’ll be working with a different type of resist technique using crayons of different colors and glazing them over with watercolor washes. The result is a whimsical, colorful portrait that captures the beauty of this lovely feline.

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pegasus monochrome

w. isabel bonilla

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friday may 4th

6p-8:30p

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11 X 9 inches
Medium: watercolor, iridescent fluid.
Pegasus is the magnificent mythical horse that has awed humans for generations. He is beautiful and regal, always soaring the skies and gracing us with his presence. Different color options are available and encouraged! Come join me to create a stunning portrait of this lovely creature using shimmering watercolors!

"The only unique contribution we will ever make in this world will be born of our creativity."

~From "the Gift of Imperfection" by Brene Brown


CHIA: MOON GODDESS

w. isabel bonilla

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saturday may 5th

9a-11:30a

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Mixed media; all supplies included!

9 X 9 inches
Medium: gems, watercolor, silver paint pens

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!

Xuè: sun god


w. isabel bonilla


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saturday may 26th

9a-11:30a

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Mixed media; all supplies included!

12 X 12 inches
Medium: gems, gouache, gold paint pen.

Warmer weather calls for celebrating the sun!! For many culture, the sun was considered a deity and was considered the giver of life . For the Colombian Muisca culture, the name of the sun god was Xué. Gouache is a thicker form of watercolor, and lends itself to create tiny details with more control. Join us to paint a beautiful geometric rendering of Xué!

MIXED MEDIA