Take Classes at Inspire Studio
As an Art teacher with 40 years of experience, I can design and teach classes in a variety of media. Join us for one of our scheduled classes or create a private class for your special group.
Learn to cut, arrange and fire glass to make dishes, jewelry and magnets. You will see how different colors of glass combine when fused. You can make a variety of sizes and shapes of dishes. Work is created in one session and you will pick up your work after it is fired.
Mosaic allows for lots of creative expression. You can learn to apply tile and glass to mosaic flower pots, lamps, table trivets, tables and other objects to give them new life and purpose.
The printmaking process allows you to make multiple prints from a single block. You can change colors at will giving you a lot of room to experiment and get just the right look. Options include gelli printing, monoprinting, relief printing and intaglio.
Alcohol Ink Painting
Alcohol Ink is a very unique media that allows painting on surfaces such as Yupo paper and glass. You can make paintings, notecards or dishes made from flattened wine bottles.
Learn to work with clay by handbuilding and wheel throwing. Clay is the perfect medium for students to learn to work on three dimensional projects. Projects can include bowls, plates, cups as well as sculptures, wall hangings and garden art.
Drawing & Painting
Drawing is a skill that can be learned by anyone. Learn to draw from observation, adding details and values as you progress. Students can draw with a variety of media: pencil, colored pencil, charcoal, pastel, etc. Painting can be realistic or abstract in watercolor and acrylic.
Learn to use your camera more effectively whether it is an SLR or your phone. Use the rules of composition to improve how you shoot the photos and then learn how to edit the photos to make them their best.
School Age Group or Private Classes
Looking to offer your student experiences in Art? Home school groups or individuals can take classes or blocks of classes to enhance their home learning in areas of art that require special equipment and supplies.