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Kids in the Studio 4/27; 1st child

$78

with Deb Thompson

Calendar Apr 27, 2018 at 3 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Let's get those kiddoes, aged 7-12, discovering their creative sides!  Lots to learn, projects galore, students choose the direction they wish to pursue!  All materials are included.  There is a $12 discount for the second kid per family.

Kids in the Studio 4/27; 2nd child

$66

with Deb Thompson

Calendar Apr 27, 2018 at 3 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Let's get those kiddoes, aged 7-12, discovering their creative sides!  Lots to learn, projects galore, students choose the direction they wish to pursue!  All materials are included.  There is a $12 discount for the second kid per family.

Kids in the Studio 4/28; 1st child

$78

with Deb Thompson

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 6 weeks

Let's get those kiddoes, aged 7-12, discovering their creative sides!  Lots to learn, projects galore, students choose the direction they wish to pursue!  All materials are included.  There is a $12 discount for the second kid per family.

Kids in the Studio 4/28; 2nd child

$66

with Deb Thompson

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 10 am, runs for 6 weeks

Let's get those kiddoes, aged 7-12, discovering their creative sides!  Lots to learn, projects galore, students choose the direction they wish to pursue!  All materials are included.  There is a $12 discount for the second kid per family.

Mantle Basket

$26

with Christine Smith

Calendar May 10, 2018 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

This basket is long and narrow, just 6" wide . It is 28" long. Materials fee: $20.

Memory Story Quilt

$33

with Nancy O'Connell

Calendar Apr 28, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 3 weeks

Let you loved one's clothing and T-shirts tell a story that will emerge as you learn the basics of making a memory quilt.  Learn how to cut and stabilize the clothing, how to design the layout, how to sew the pieces together, and options for quilting.  Bring: clothing, sewing machine, sewing basket supplies.  Fusible interfacing may be purchased at class for $3 (or bring your own). Skill level: confident beginner

No-Sew Memory Ornaments

$19

with Nancy O'Connell

Calendar May 19, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 1 week

Looking for a quick and easy keepsake to commemorate a loved one? Make and take project completed in one session.  Bring a shirt or other item of clothing for tearing into strips.  Materials fee of $2 payable to the instructor at class.

Oil Painting for All Ability Levels 5/2

$68

with Susan Mesick

Calendar May 2, 2018 at 9 am, runs for 4 weeks

For beginners, we'll cover the use of materials specific to oil painting, including paints, mediums, surfaces, clean up and safe handling.  Let's explore basic design/composition, color mixing, paint application and final presentation! For more advanced students - Sue will help you take it to the next level!         Materials list follows:

Recommended online stores are: Cheap Joes, Blick or Artist and Craftsman. Artist and Craftsman also has a store in Portland off Forest Ave. You can find all of the materials needed at any one of these sites. Walmart and Ocean State Job Lots sell some of the materials, specifically canvas boards and paints. If you have any questions, you can reach me at 207-459-5064.

Materials List

Paints: There are many brands and a student grade paint is fine to start with. This would include Winton, Daler Rowney

Alizarin CrimsonUltramarine BlueCadmium LemonSap GreenRaw UmberWhite

Brushes: 4 to begin with) Some good brands are Windsor and Newton, Robert Simmons Signet series, Royal Langnickel. You will be frustrated if you use the cheap brushes.Filberts #1 and #4Round #5Bright #8

You will also need 5x7 canvas boards (Ocean State Job Lots and Walmart)

Liquin An oil painting medium that I use is and can be found at the above online sites.

Palette, used for mixing your colors. Palettes are surfaces that won’t absorb the paint and can be a paper palette, acrylic, or glass even freezer paper will work.

A roll of paper towels or some old rags.

A table top easel is helpful but not necessary

Thank you and I look forward to painting with you.

Sue Mesick

 

#SCAEartist

 





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