Art Workshops, Classes & Retreats


"Fresco Painting Workshop"
July 2-7, 2017
 

All-inclusive one-week Fresco Painting Workshop in Italy near Venice. The workshop offers full-day activities in an intensive course devoted to the techniques, materials, history and the theory of fresco painting and an introduction to conservation. Activities include a series of lectures followed by a demonstration and hands-on. You’ll have the opportunity to learn the technique of the architectural decoration of the Italian Renaissance – from the traditional preparatory drawings, mortar mixing and application, and the use of natural pigments to painting on a wet wall and/or a portable support, which you may keep at the end of the course.
 
Location: Vittorio Veneto, Italy
Instructor: Alma Ortolan
Cost: € 1560
Sponsor: Ortolan Studio
Website, email, +393487240644


"Shodo: Chinese and Japanese Calligraphy"
July 5 - August 9, 2017
 

Shodo originated in China 3,500 years ago and has developed as a fine art using simple tools: brush, ink and paper. Learn the various styles and techniques of Shodo along with its history and appreciation. Urauchi – the Japanese traditional paper-backing/mounting methods – will be used to enhance finished work. Lab fee includes most materials.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor:
Cost: $275, Lab Fee: $20
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Foundry: An Introduction"
July 8 - August 12, 2017
 

This course will cover all aspects of the foundry process. Demonstrations and hands-on instruction will be given in wax modeling and casting, ceramic shell techniques, bronze pouring, metal chasing, TIG welding and patination. All levels welcome.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Pavel Efremoff
Cost: For Credit: $950, Non-Credit: $595, Lab Fee: $65
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Easel Making Workshop"
July 22 & 29, 2017
 

The cost of an artist’s studio easel can be astronomical! Cut that price down to a fraction by building it yourself! Acquire not only your own simple and sturdy fold-up studio easel, but also skills you can apply to future projects. Instruction covers the safe and proper use of woodshop machinery and tools. Design and materials will be provided. Lab fee covers most materials.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Roger Chavez
Cost: $215, Lab Fee: $50
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"All That Glitters: Methods in Metallic Leaf"
August 2-5, 2017
 

Discover new methods and materials in this process-based exploration of gold, silver, and copper metallic leaf. You will be challenged and encouraged to incorporate metal leaf into your existing body of work, be it printmaking, painting, drawing, watercolor, or pastel; resulting in dynamic pieces and expanded possibilities in your creative practice. Learn the properties and application of metal leaf through technical demonstrations, studio exercises, and group discussion. Develop your techniques while working on several small pieces over the course of the workshop related to art making prompts. For those who are interested in a more self-directed experience, you will work from content of your choosing. Come with a willingness to experiment without attachment to specific outcomes, and enjoy an informal learning atmosphere.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Miles Bair, www.MilesBair.com
Cost: Members: $400, Non-Members: $435
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Stackables: A Mixed Media Figurative Sculpture"
August 10-11, 2017
 

This class is a take-off on a popular children’s stacking toy, but this version is sophisticated enough for your office desk or a favorite bookcase shelf. It’s fun and interactive, too, as the pieces can be rearranged and turned to create different moods and to view different impressed messages. It’s sculpture, a puzzle and message board, all in one creatively playful work of art. You’ll create the individual pieces from polymer clay, aluminum foil, wire and found items, such as spools or wooden blocks. The pieces will all be drilled so that they can stack on a threaded rod and are then topped with a threaded bead for stability. Leave with a very personal work of art.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Maureen Carlson
Cost: $233
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"Sculpted-Character Walking Stick"
August 12-13, 2017
 

Character walking sticks are usually carved from wood, but this one uses polymer clay. The hardened clay character pieces are attached to the wooden walking stick using Apoxie Sculpt. Learn the basics of sculpting a face, then how to alter the face to create character and how to add patterned and textured embellishments, using polymer clay, Apoxie Sculpt, wire and found items. The finished walking stick can be painted, polished or left as it is. Display it as a work of art or use it as a functional walking stick. For new or experienced sculptors - Maureen’s step-by-step process makes sculpting a face easier than imagined, while experienced sculptors may enjoy combining polymer clay and Apoxie Sculpt.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Maureen Carlson
Cost: $230
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"R&F Encaustic Comprehensive"
August 22-25, 2017
 

Instructor Sarah Rehmer presents this comprehensive workshop designed by R&F Handmade Paints to provide education in fundamental encaustic methods and show best studio practices. Artists from all backgrounds will find this workshop an exciting opportunity to expand their visual vocabulary using wax. Sarah will begin by presenting the history of the medium from ancient through contemporary times, giving context to the myriad of ways artists use encaustic. This workshop will alternate between demonstrations and individual work time. Demonstrations will cover health and safety, selecting proper grounds and supports, basic painting and layering techniques, and transition into more dynamic techniques. This workshop is excellent for both beginning and seasoned encaustic painters. All paints and raw materials will be supplied by R&F.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Sarah Rehmer, www.Rehmer-Studio.com
Cost: Members: $500, Non-Members: $535
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"The Classic Treasure Box"
August 24, 2017
 

A class for all levels of experience! Using bookboard, beautiful papers, embellishments, and glue, create a magical treasure box, stamped with your own unique style. Nancy will bring papers from Thailand, Japan, Argentina, Italy and Nepal but you will also make your own paste papers and you can add beads, charms, and embellishments as you wish. You’ll begin with the basics of cutting bookboard and selecting glues that make your box strong and long lasting, then assemble the box, with many opportunities for personalizing and embellishing to create your unique design. Bring your own special papers, ribbon, embellishments and treasures to create the perfect gift or a wonderful place to keep your own treasures.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Nancy Akerly
Cost: $130
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"ART Journal Play"
August 25, 2017
 

This class will be full of play and mixed media exploration. We will transform a book into a fun book using collage, background painting, lettering and many more techniques. You will have access to a variety of supplies and ephemera in addition to a very small list of tools you will need to bring.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Kim Geiser
Cost: $105
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"Books Unbound Deluxe Edition: 2 Day Intensive Altered Book Workshop"
August 26-27, 2017
 

This extended, more intensive version of my Altered Book class will have you gluing, cutting, painting and tearing up old books to create 3D works of art. We will break all rules set by librarians and school teachers who told you books were meant to be kept on shelves. You will not only be exposed to specific techniques such as making pockets, building niches, using transparencies, creating images through various kinds of transfer techniques, aging and distressing, you will also have space to freely develop your own personal narrative with found objects. Transform ordinary pages of text into something mythical and profound and bravely enter into new creative territories. If you are into Altered Books, this class is for you!
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Lorraine Reynolds
Cost: $270
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"Mixed Media Encaustic: Line and Grid"
September 5-8, 2017
 

Taught from an alternative, experimental approach. Lines lead the eye and communicate information through variation in width, direction, density, length and character. They are as integral to any composition as the composition itself. Despite the incredible versatility of the encaustic medium, there is a limit to the techniques available in which to incorporate line. This workshop explores line and linear language far beyond the usual methods and materials to include the use of tjanting tools, masks, drawing with horse and human hair, branding with heated metal and wood burning tools, as well as creating your own grids, laces and lace like forms using free motion sewing machine embroidery on water soluble stabilizer. Also, a bonus demo of working with candle/incense to make marks.
 
Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts
Instructor: Lorraine Glessner, lorraineglessner.net
Cost: $650 includes supply fee
Sponsor: Northeast Workshop Retreats
Website, email, (978)-729-4970


"Residency on the Greek Island of Skopelos"
March - November
 

The residency lasts 2 weeks - 2 months and is designed for the artist that wants to not only develop their work but also interact and be inspired by the Greek culture. Applications must be submitted and approved by our board of directors. The studio is set high on the hill overlooking the Aegean Sea and the neighboring island of Alonissos. Typically artists have transformative experiences in Skopelos and at SkopArt.
 
Location: Skopelos, Greece
Instructor:
Cost: Starting at $500
Sponsor: The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts
Website, email, 40 24240 24143


"Photo + Encaustic Workshop"
September 9-10, 2017
 

This workshop will focus on combining photography with encaustic painting techniques as an alternative way to present your photographically based works and give them a more painterly look and tactile feel. Over the course of the workshop we will explore different paper printing options for our photographs- from fine art papers, Asian paper and anything in between. From there we will take our photographic prints and embed them in the encaustic wax medium, which will allow us to paint over them, apply image transfers, color glazes and hand coloring techniques. You do not need prior experience working with encaustic paint, but general art making experience will be helpful.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Sarah Rehmer
Cost: $295
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, (608) 987-3292


"Artists' Book and Bindings"
September 13-16, 2017
 

Artist books combine text, imagery, and sculpture; transforming an intangible idea into physical form. This workshop will lead you from simple folded and sewn pages to both multi-section books and more complex experimental structures. You will gain a solid foundation in traditional bookbinding using only hand tools. Each day you will explore one traditional and one modern book structure, emphasizing both craft and content. The final day will be reserved for refining technique and using your range of book models as a springboard to create a new, innovative structure. During this information-packed workshop, you will build the knowledge, skills, and inspiration to continue making books in your own studio.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Karen Hanmer, www.KarenHanmer.com
Cost: Members: $460, Non-Members: $495 (plus materials fee)
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Text & Texture: Making Expressive Textures with Calligraphic Marks"
September 14-17, 2017
 

I have a passion for textures, especially textures found in nature. In this workshop, we will experience the usage of tools as extensions of our hand. We will start by creating marks with different writing tools and different objects. Then we will design alphabets with those new marks to write our chosen texts in various ways. We’ll examine writing speed, pressure, the directions of strokes, and the relationship between letters. Study of layering, tones, basic design layout and composition, and use of line and space in Japanese calligraphy will be presented for making effective textures. All exercise sheets will be temporarily bound for further experiments. Some calligraphy and/or lettering experience recommended.
 
Location: Coupeville, Washington
Instructor: Yukimi Annand
Cost: $550 plus $20 Materials Fee
Sponsor: Pacific Northwest Art School
Website, email, 360-678-3396, Toll-Free: 1-866-678-3396


"The Art of Stenciling"
September 24, 2017
 

From simple primitive designs to finely detailed layered patterns, we will learn to beautifully transform everyday items you already own into unique works of art for your closet or home. Learn how to create custom stencils that turn artwork, apparel and more into your own creative canvas!
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Ed Roth
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Hand-made Patterns into Hand-painted Wrapping Paper"
September 24, 2017
 

In this workshop you will learn the principles of pattern design and how to create a hand-drawn repeating pattern tile by hand on paper. You will also learn how to carve rubber block stamps and how to make foam stamps. We will use these patterns and techniques to create our very own hand-made (hand-painted and hand-printed) wrapping paper!
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Jessica Swift
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Decals on Liquid Enamel"
September 24, 2017
 

Picture this - decals on liquid enamel! Learn about the application of liquid form enamels and how to use waterslide decals. Students will use either teacher provided pictures or their own imagery to create fabulous wearable works of art. Images will be printed onto a special waterslide decal paper and then fired onto the enamel. Pre-fab settings will be provided for brooches, pendants, and more. Experiment or take home finished pieces.
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Kirsten Denbow
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Off the Cuff - Enamel For Your Home"
September 25, 2017
 

Enamel can be used for more than adorning our bodies but for our walls and shelves too! In this workshop you will be provided with wall switch plates, bowls, and sheet metal to create colorful enamel work for your home. Combine the enamel with painted acrylic boards for fabulous dimensional wall art! Of course, metal will be provided for wearable pieces too!
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Kirsten Denbow
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Tea in Wonderland"
September 25, 2017
 

We will alter a ready-to-paint ceramic teapot by adding 4 wheels to the base, laces and ribbons, wire work and then covering the surface with textured and iron reactive paints. This transforms our tea pot into a rolling tea cart with a tardy white rabbit and mouse driver, both formed of paper clay and all dressed up for high tea.
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Julie Haymaker Thompson
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Love Story: A Hand-Painted Altered Book"
September 25, 2017
 

Your love and appreciation for a companion, a child, a sibling, a friend, is told through a series of removable hand-painted paper letters and postcards that make up an illustrated and enduring keepsake book. We will use a gessoed children's board book as a base for adhering hand-folded and commercial envelopes that will open to reveal hand-painted stationery papers, postcards, and shipping tags. You will write a story through a series of letters that can be pulled from their own envelopes, giving the reader a sensation of reading someone else's mail. Learn to create hand-painted papers through a small sampling of techniques from Elizabeth's book Painted Paper Art Workshop that will serve as the raw material for this book.
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Elizabeth St. Hilaire
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"The Art of Stenciling"
September 25, 2017
 

From simple primitive designs to finely detailed layered patterns, we will learn to beautifully transform everyday items you already own into unique works of art for your closet or home. Learn how to create custom stencils that turn artwork, apparel and more into your own creative canvas!
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Ed Roth
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Encaustic Collage and Assemblage"
September 26-29, 2017
 

Encaustic paints and medium are incredibly versatile as both a binder and sculpture material. In this workshop, you will look at various methods of using encaustic and other materials to create wall-based works with sculptural elements and dynamic surfaces. You will be encouraged to repurpose other materials and found objects in your works, pushing beyond just painting and into constructed narratives. This workshop will start with creating some of your own altered papers using wax and inks/watercolor, rust printing, and mark-making that you will combine in final works. You will be guided in ways to display works of this type, as well as shipping and packing tips for these surfaces. While experience with encaustic is not needed, general art making experience is helpful.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Sarah Rehmer, www.Rehmer-Studio.com
Cost: Members: $445, Non-Members: $480 (plus materials fee)
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Create Your Own Headdress and Wild Goddess Self Portrait Session!"
September 26, 2017
 

This day is a special celebrating your beauty and badassery! Crowns and headdresses are symbols of our divinity and power. We will create wearable headdresses out of a variety of stunning materials— paint, beads, feathers, ribbons, sticks, baubles, and more. We will have the option of body painting words or designs on ourselves as well with henna or paint. Each woman will also have the option of a short photo session to capture her innate beauty. Techniques explored will be intuitive painting, unique mark making, collaging, using gold leaf, incorporating mantras and written words, and more. We will discuss how to create personalized art that transforms and inspires one’s self and others.
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Carrie Schmitt
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-730-8521


"The Art of Stenciling"
September 26, 2017
 

From simple primitive designs to finely detailed layered patterns, we will learn to beautifully transform everyday items you already own into unique works of art for your closet or home. Learn how to create custom stencils that turn artwork, apparel and more into your own creative canvas!
 
Location: Denver, Colorado
Instructor: Ed Roth
Cost: $240 - $260
Sponsor: Art Makers Denver
Website, email, 303-263-6963


"Oil and Cold Wax Painting: Beneath the Surface"
September 27-29, 2017
 

Discover the many ways to integrate cold wax with oil paint in this multi-faceted workshop. Unlike encaustic, cold wax is used at room temperature to both extend the paint and serve as a medium. Learn to combine these media successfully, create surface and texture, and incorporate colored pencils and pigments. A series of short exercises throughout the workshop will help you consider new concepts and ideas that shape the outcome of your work. Experimental processes will generate ideas and discussion to encourage you to explore and work intuitively. Dianne will provide detailed demonstrations of techniques, presentations, and personalized feedback, along with group discussion.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Dianne Martia, www.DianneMartia.com
Cost: Members: $330, Non-Members: $365 (plus materials fee)
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Mixed Media Workshop"
September 29 - October 8, 2017
 

Italy is a familiar destination to many artists, but this workshop will be a unique art experience. Assisi is a hilltop town with all the beauty, charm and history we associate with Italy without the crowds of more touristy areas. Australia’s leading mixed media artist, Judith White is the tutor on this art practice-focused workshop. Included in the ten day itinerary are select activities to enrich your experience of the region. Art sessions are interspersed with a visit to the famous Basilica, the home of a private collector, a rambling castle, Roman houses, artisans plus exploring, sketching and shopping the cobbled streets all with valley views never more than a stroll away.
 
Location: Assisi, Italy
Instructor: Judith White
Cost: AUD $4275.00pp
Sponsor: On The Verandah
Website, email, 61-8-93881513


"Lisa Pressman Cold Wax Workshop"
October 3-6, 2017
 

This workshop will focus on a painting approach using wax and other media to create layered, expressive, richly surfaced paintings. We will be experimenting with a wide range of materials including: R&F pigment sticks, oil paint, cold wax, graphite, ink, and pastels. There is a freedom of gesture, movement and process that occurs when painting with these materials. A variety of techniques, tools and exercises are used to explore personal imagery – abstract as well as representational – and students will be encouraged to use alternatives to brushes for their mark making. The techniques of using cold wax along with the other materials will be the focus. Layering, excavating, edge, line, texture, mark making, color and the concept of “editing” will be addressed.
 
Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts
Instructor: Lisa Pressman, www.lisapressman.net
Cost: $649
Sponsor: Northeast Workshop Retreats
Website, email, (978)-729-4970


"Photo Encaustic and Door County's Landscape"
October 9-12, 2017
 

Combining photography with encaustic provides you with the opportunity to take your photographs to new dimensions and creative possibilities. This workshop will focus on both capturing the landscape through photographs, as well as using the encaustic process to add depth and mystery to your compositions. Clare will share and discuss the work of masters of encaustic, in areas of both photography and painting. You will then practice and experiment with the various techniques of the medium. Once you have a feel for the effects you would like to achieve, you will spend time shooting at various Door County sites. The remainder of the workshop will concentrate on using those images and developing methods and workflow specific to you.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Clare O'Neill, www.ClareONeill.com
Cost: Members: $475, Non-Members: $510 (plus materials fee)
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Basic Encaustic with Photographs"
October 14, 2017
 

Painting with encaustic has continued through the ages and has relatively recently been discovered by photographers. The application of encaustic to digital pigment prints transcends the photographic process adding depth, luminescence and providing the opportunity for greater artistic expression. This workshop will cover: History of encaustic and view examples of work, Preparing digital images for printing, Preparation of boards, Application of encaustic, Care of encaustic art.
 
Location: Johnson City, Texas
Instructor: Amanda Smith and Kevin Tully
Cost: $175.00
Sponsor: A Smith Gallery
Website, email, 512-422-4080


"More Encaustic with Photographs"
October 15, 2017
 

The simple application of wax to photographs is miraculous in how it transforms the image. However, this can be just the beginning. Wax can be incised, carved, pigmented and be a vehicle for collage using an amazing amount of substances. In this class, we will explore the more conceptual and creative aspects of working in this medium. This workshop will cover: Incising in the wax with various tools, Handcoloring with color pigment, Image transfer onto the wax with inkjet copies and graphite paper, Layering of images with tissue paper on boards, Finishing the sides of the boards and proper hanging techniques.
 
Location: Johnson City, Texas
Instructor: Amanda Smith and Kevin Tully
Cost: $175.00
Sponsor: A Smith Gallery
Website, email, 512-422-4080


"3-day Encaustic Workshop"
October 25-27, 2017
 

Kat Masella has worked in all artistic mediums for nearly two decades but, it is encaustic's sensual possibilities that fuels her passionate flame. She generously shares the many techniques and methods of working with encaustic as well as mixing with other media - making this wax medium easily accessible to all. Kat's enthusiasm is contagious and will inspire unlimited creative potential with this most versatile and limitless medium. All materials & equipment included & provided. Come relax and play and be seduced by this sensual hot wax medium. These encaustic classes fill quickly and are limited to 14 students.
 
Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts
Instructor: Kat Masella, katmasella.com
Cost: $299 supplies included
Sponsor: Northeast Workshop Retreats
Website, email, (978)-729-4970


"Cloud Painting: An Introduction to Paper Marbling"
October 28-29, 2017
 

Around the world, paper marbling has intrigued us for over 600 years. The vivid colors and intricate designs capture our attention - and the making of marbled art is pure magic. Start by learning how a marbling studio is set up, from making the size, or carrageenan, to preparing the acrylic colors and assembling the necessary tools. Learn basic techniques and patterns such as the French Curl, Gel-Get, Nonpareil, Stome Marbling, and Spanish Wave, then explore more modern variations. You will leave with at least 20 absolutely lovely papers to use for your own projects, whether scrap booking, jewelry, bookbinding, or framing as is.
 
Location: Mineral Point, Wisconsin
Instructor: Nancy Akerly
Cost: $225
Sponsor: Shake Rag Alley
Website, email, 608-987-3292


"Egg Tempera Painting"
October 29 - November 2, 2017
 

Egg Tempera has unsurpassed luminosity. Dozens of glazes and scumbles can be applied in a day, and yet the medium also allows for meticulous linear detailing. This comprehensive five-day workshop, taught by an internationally recognized tempera painter, offers the opportunity for in-depth work in egg tempera: students will spend five full days working on a painting of their own design. Koo will help with the initial planning stages, provide on-going discussion and critiques, give painting demonstrations, and discuss the important design elements of old master painting. Demonstrations presented in this workshop include: painting a portrait in egg tempera; creating granite, marble, and other textured surface; decorative and geometric patterns; incised lettering; oil glazing over tempera; and more. Open to all levels of painters.
 
Location: Langley, Washington
Instructor: Koo Schadler, www.kooschadler.com
Cost: $690, plus $70 materials fee
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Website, email, 360.637.4690


"3-day Encaustic Workshop"
November 13-15, 2017
 

Kat Masella has worked in all artistic mediums for nearly two decades but, it is encaustic's sensual possibilities that fuels her passionate flame. She generously shares the many techniques and methods of working with encaustic as well as mixing with other media - making this wax medium easily accessible to all. Kat's enthusiasm is contagious and will inspire unlimited creative potential with this most versatile and limitless medium. All materials & equipment included & provided. Come relax and play and be seduced by this sensual hot wax medium. These encaustic classes fill quickly and are limited to 14 students.
 
Location: Gloucester, Massachusetts
Instructor: Kat Masella, katmasella.com
Cost: $299 supplies included
Sponsor: Northeast Workshop Retreats
Website, email, (978)-729-4970


 

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