Paint a Barn Quilt Saturday March 9th

What's a Barn Quilt? A larger piece of wood painted to look like a quilt block. Typically they are very large and usually are placed on the exterior of a barn, house, garage or shed. Barn Quilts began in the early 2000's in Ohio and now many states have Barn Quilt Trails you can follow, including Shawano County in Wisconsin. Our barn quilts will be the size of 20 inch by 20 inch. Most barn quilts are painted with simple geometric shapes, like squares, rectangles and triangles. They usually are painted in solid colors. The simplicity in shape and the vibrancy of solid colors make these blocks easily seen from afar and easy to create. Don’t have a barn? A screen porch will do. No Experience is necessary for this workshop. All materials provided-you just need to get it home in your car.

Saturday March 9th 9am-2pm Bring or get some lunch. Family groups can work on one.

Gelli Plate Printing Thursays 10am-11:30 Thursdays beginning April 4th

Gelli is a no pressure, experimental way to print layers upon layers of color love. Learn all about Gelli plate printing and create painterly monotypes, layered textures prints, incorporate the prints into mixed media pieces, practice printing on different papers, and more. $80

Thursdays April 4, 11, 18, 25th 10am-11:30am

Silk Scarf Marbling-Saturday May 11th 1-4pm

Silky smooth to the touch, marvelous ripples of color, join us and learn to marble paper and then create 3 silk scarves for yourself or gifts for someone you love. No experience necessary just a willingness to experiment.

Ages 8-Adult Welcome $65 per participant