Tuesdays, March 3 - April 14, 2020
(6 weeks, no class March 31)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Class Fee$150.00 (includes some glass, expect to purchase some additional glass based on your chosen project....approx. minimum $20.00)
Tools will be provided
This course will introduce students to the exiting possibilities of stained glass art. You will learn about the tools and techniques, the different styles of glass, how to solder, and how to clean a completed project. You will leave this class with the skills necessary to go forward to work on your own personal projects. For participants who have taken classes previously, you will continue to develop glass skills and are welcome to choose a more advanced project with instructor input and support.
Ranae has been working with glass for over 15 years. She has made glass panels, window catchers, night lights, lamps, stepping stones as well as many other projects. She loves working with glass and finds that she can get lost in the pure joy of creating and designing a new project.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(bring a bagged lunch!)
Class Fee $85.00
Participants will create their very own one-of-a-kind journal or sketchbook using the buttonhole stitch method, which is a variation on a long stitch binding. It's a beautiful book structure that is great for beginners and more advanced bookbinding students and offers many options for customization and creativity. The book structure opens completely flat, making it perfect for sketching, writing, or journaling. It uses no glue and features an exposed spine and threads that run along the outside of the cover. Journals will include up-cycled linen bookcloth covers, decorative paper interiors, linen thread, and acid-free high quality writing/drawing paper.
Robin Canham has been making books for 15 years. She has taken an extensive amount of bookbinding courses organized by the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild (CBBAG) and was the CBBAG Sask Chapter Liaison for 12 years before currently working on the CBBAG National Board.
Saturday, May 23, 2020
9:30am to 4:30pm
bring a bagged lunch
class fee: $80.00
It is all about the wax! Using their own images participants will learn to let the wax do the work of creating texture on Ginwashi paper. Adding layers of wax and watercolour (no watercolour skills required) we will watch your images come to life. Ironing the wax off at the end will reveal your finished batiks.
In 2012 Paige Mortensen came across a tutorial about how to watercolour batik and worked through it. Since then she has been fascinated by the process and it has become her focus. Paige Is a juried member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council, the Artsits’ Workshop group in Saskatoon and in 2018-19 was selected as a participant in the CARFAC Mentorship program.
Saturday, May 30, 2020
9:30am to 3:30
$95.00 (materials included)
Bring an image of your own choice, and Susan will show you the steps used to tackle a painting from beginning to end.
In this workshop you will learn:
• how to make a strong drawing as the foundation for your painting
• how to work with colour glazes to slowly build your piece, one layer at a time
• how to finish your painting & knowing when to stop
Students should have some experience working with acrylics
Susan is best known for you colourful paintings and use of bold colour.
Her teaching method is relaxed with positive and fun interaction, paying close attention to individual needs.