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Stained Glass Course (In Person) Litchfield
with Sarah Segovia
In this four week stained glass course, studends will construct a larger panel of their choice and further refine their cutting, grinding, foiling, and soldering skills. Tools will be provided; students must bring their own supplies ( glass solder, and copper foil)
Comic Book Appreciation (Online)
with Terrence Gant
Comic book creators use a variety of layouts and emotional techniques to communicate with readers. We will explore design and content while we pull back the curtain on what makes comic books so great! No prerequisites for this course, but all students should have a program that can read CBR files. (a comic book reader file).
Stained Glass Jewelry (In Person) Woodbury MS
with Sarah Segovia
Participants will design and create their own wearable art while learning the basic techniques of cutting, foiling, and soldering stained glass. Create a pair of earrings and a matching pendant. There is a material fee of $12 cash payable to the instructor in class.
Zen Doodle (Online)
with Laura Marks
Create beautiful abstract art through structured patterns and learn relaxation and creativity techniques from a certified teacher. Students should bring to the first class: on 3.5" X 3.5" square white or off-white piece of cardstock; watercolor paper or other strudy paper (called your "tile"); one black fine-tipped pen; one pencil; tortillon or other shading device like a Q-tip or small, clean makeup applicator; and an open mind.
Watercolor Flowers (In Person) Litchfield
with Collette Hurst
Create colorful, textured, shimmering paintings of buds, blossoms, foliage, and garden groupings. This class covers watercolor materials and supplies, composition, and a variety of techniques including color mixing, brushstrokes, washes, and shading. Instructor will provide a supply list one week prior to class. Maximum 6 students