Students, guided by Jana Maxwell will make a home or garden Inukshuk rock sculpture using river rock.
September 29th 6-8:30 PM
$35 class fee includes instruction, all materials, and refreshments. Fees are due upon registration and include instruction, all materials, and refreshments.
About the instructor: Jana Maxwell shared her love of nature in art with grade school children for 26 years at a public school in Pennsylvania. She was awarded scholarships with the Japan Fulbright Foundation, Barnes Foundation, and PA Governor’s School for Arts Educators. Register in the gallery or by calling 309-232-8886
Evening with Ella!
Thursday, September 22, 5:30 to 7:30
"I am continually inspired by the naturally occurring world. I enjoy sharing the beauty of nature."
Every time I see one of Ella's paintings I see something different! I especially love her use of copper. All copper pieces are individually and precisely inlaid by hand as part of her artistic expression.
Join us, meet Ella, and check out her fantastic art while enjoying complimentary refreshments.
SUGAR SKULL CLASS
WITH LINDA WEBB
Thursday, October 13, 5:30 PM-8 PM
Saturday, October 15, 1PM-3:30 PM
Award-winning Creekside Studio artist Linda Webb will guide you in making a polymer clay mosaic sugar skull! $39 Price covers instruction and all materials including a Swarovski crystal. A color stretch cord will be provided to wear your finished art. This is one of our most popular classes and is only scheduled for these dates in 2022.
Shop Small Saturday, November 26
Penguin picture frames
Each metal art piece is individually plasma cut in central Illinois by Frohberg Enterprises owner Dan Frohberg. Students paint a selection of their choice created for them by Dan.
Dan shares the design and cutting process for this type of metal artwork and leads the class in their painting effort.
Fee includes instruction and all materials, and refreshments. More details coming soon!
Plasma art painting class!
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The Central Illinois Monarch Task Force will do a pop-up event at the gallery. Hold a caterpillar, see butterfly art, and make a project.
*As always our monarchs are locally raised so we are dependent on Mother Nature!