Follow link to a PDF of detailed info, supply list, as they are listed
Register at least 24 hours in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the name of the workshop in the subject line of the email.
See completed work below
Monday, September 21 -Was: Mosaic Rock (led by Juli Garton)
Monday, October 19 - Dimensional Salt Dough Wreath (led by Teri Peterson)
Design a 3-D wreath while playing with “clay” made from basic kitchen ingredients.
Monday, November 16 - Colorful Glass (led by Joy Allen)
Turn plain glass items into something colorful. Practice two methods for applying alcohol inks.
Monday, December 7 -Applying Metal Leaf (led by Chris Steinmiller)
Learn how to apply metal leaf flakes to bring sparkle to a plain vase, plate or painted picture frame. Add a special flourish by attaching a vintage or keepsake piece of jewelry for customized embellishment.
Monday, January 18 - Graphite Drawings (led by Barb Kelsey)
Experience the basic process of creating a pencil drawing using a minimum of supplies most of which can be found around the house.
Monday, February 1 - Hearts (led by Julia Jaegersberg and Anne Raskopf)
Looking to March and beyond:
We’re hoping interest in these sessions is so strong that we’ll keep on going. Several artists, including Marilyn Horst, Shelley Mehmert, Terri Weis and Vanessa Johanning are standing by, ready to go. Do you have an idea you want to share or a special request? Contact Mary Widicus at email@example.com.
Creative Fun inspired by PAAC members:
Gift giving season is coming soon. Are you ready?
If you’re like many of us, you’re probably searching for ideas and missing the creative possibilities found at art and craft fairs.
PAAC has gathered for you personalized gift ideas featuring supplies you may already have at home or can easily access at reasonable cost.
This monthly series offers tips and techniques for starting something new.
Each interactive virtual session will be themed with a different project and ideas for applying it.
Be inspired to use supplies and objects found around your home in new ways.
Each virtually based session will be offered twice,
in the morning from 9-10:30am
and in the evening from 7-8:30pm
The instructor will present a technique, provide ideas and help the participants
(maximum of 12 per session)
get started on the project.
Even if the project cannot be completed during the session,
participants will have the confidence to finish on their own.
Offered as a service to the community there is no fee for these classes, however donations to PAAC are always appreciated.
Inspiration photos and detailed supply list will be available on the PAAC website approximately 2 months before each session. Where special supplies need to be purchased, we have tried to keep the costs under $20.