Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Art Classes Anyone?

Several friends and neighbors have been requesting art classes.

Below is a guide if you would like to register for upcoming therapeutic arts/mixedmedia classes. Classes are held on Monday and Wed mornings from 9:30/10am - 12:30pm. Tuesdays are fun days.

(My studio can accommodate 4 students per class. A parent or older sibling should accommodate children under 12.) 

For more info, please send me a private message through my Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/gg.burns.artist/ 

1.) Therapeutic Serendipity Handmade Paper/Mixed Media Techniques:

This class is offered on Thursday mornings in GG's Studio from 10:00am-12:30pm

Class supply list:
1) 1 small bottle of Elmer's glue
2) personal laser photo copies of images you might want to use
3) any favorite small pieces of lace or ribbon that you have saved from a shower, wedding or party
4) any favorite napkins or recycled wrapping paper that you would like to include as part of your finished art. 
Students will make at least 3-5 pieces of art in each class, depending on how fast they work. 

The first paper-making class is 2.5 hours for $30.

2.) Basic Painting:

Class supply list:
Students should bring their own supplies: paint, ink, mixing tray or paper plates, canvas, canvas board, art board, transfer saral paper, pencils, masking tape, watercolor paper, portable desk easel if desired and brushes. (Please contact me for help in purchasing supplies if needed.)

Classes are $15 for first hour, then $10 per hour afterwards.

3.) Alcohol Ink for Beginners

4.) Beeswax/Encaustic Painting for Beginners


GG’s Art Class Rules

GG’s studio is a happy place ... 

I am happy to share my space with you,
       to enjoy the moment, for whatever it holds,
        to create ... to have fun ... to let go.

What is shared here, needs to stay here.

No debates over politics, religion or other
controversial subjects that could cause
conflict or anxiety.

Let art happen, no coloring between the lines. 

Students are free to experiment, to learn 
and mostly ... to have fun. 

GG Burns, “art is an attitude!” ©

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