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Paint Night Fun Rooster W23

with Trina Lamb Harvey

May
3

May 3rd, 2023

$20 More Info

Paint a fun rooster on an 11x14 inch canvas in just 2 hours, then take your masterpiece home to enjoy! Limit 20 students.

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Quilted Table Runner Messalonskee W23

with Josephine Schiebel

Mar
29

March 29th to May 3rd, 2023

$79 More Info

This class is designed with the beginner sewer and beginner quilter in mind. We will make a different quilt block each night for the first four sessions then you will learn to back and bind your quilt on the last night. You can use fat quarters or use fabric scraps to make the 9" quilt blocks. We will make are the Bowtie (2 fabrics) block, the Kaleidoscope (3 fabrics) block, the Double Four Patch (4 fabrics) block, and a Bear Track (5 fabrics) block.? Students must bring their own portable sewing machine to class. Your supply list will be sent via email when we have enough students for the class. No class Apr. 19. Limit 8 students.

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Stained Glass Messalonskee W23

with Carmela Patriotti

Mar
9

March 9th to April 13th, 2023

$60 More Info
In this class Beginner students will learn the step-by-step process of Tiffany’s copper foil stained glass design. You will complete a beautiful panel and participate in a field trip during the second class to the new Stained Glass shop in Manchester. By the end of the class you will have gained the fundamental skills to continue a new and beautiful hobby. The kit is $120, and there will be other materials that you will need to purchase, such as glass, which costs approximately $40-50. For Intermediate students: You will work independently and under the teacher’s watchful eye as you advance your techniques. Lab fee for Intermediate students is $10 payable to the instructor at the start of the first class. If you have been thinking about learning Stained Glass or improving your skill this is your chance! Makeup date Apr. 27. Limit 10 students.
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Nature Journaling Art Messalonskee W23

with Kirsten Guyaz

May
30

May 30th to June 20th, 2023

$50 More Info

“The world is full of magical things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” (W.B. Yeats) All around us the wider world - of nature - often goes unseen and unheard. Awaken curiosity and come explore your journey in nature through art and words. Using cloth-bound journals and a variety of media and subjects, both art and biology, you will create beauty as seen through your eyes. Various found objects - and please bring your own finds - will be used for contour drawing, cyanotypes, prints, sketches, poems, and more. We will journey outdoors for a portion of the time, as weather permits. Ages 17 and up are welcome. A $20 material fee is payable to the instructor at the start of class. Limit 10 students

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Paint Your Own Pottery W23

with Yvonne Brown

May
6

May 6th, 2023

$45 More Info

In this fun, relaxed class we will cover basic glazing and surface techniques on cera.m.ics. Each student will select two glaze-ready pieces from and assortment of cups, bowls, mugs, and vases. Instructor Yvonne Brown will demonstrate a few methods of glazing that provide delightful results! Note: Works will be kiln fired and ready for pickup after class.

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Watercolor of the Seasons: Bears W23

with Serena Sanborn

Mar
11

March 11th, 2023

$45 More Info

Delve into the fascinating world of bear hibernation! Serena, a Maine Master Naturalist, will share interesting facts about bears and their habits while Desi will guide the watercolor creation. The final work will be an 11×17 depiction of a bear in its colorful habitat. All supplies included. Please bring your lunch, as there will be a half hour break to eat. Limit 10 students.