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Visual Arts Classes for Teens and Adults


Studio Potter
for advanced students (see below)
with Anzietta DiPierro
6:30-8 p.m.
6 weeks beginning June 12
$60 class fee (or $54 for members)
$15 materials fee
Limit of 6 students
This class is designed for students who have taken Beginning Pottery with Anzietta DiPierro, or who have had a semester of ceramics at either the high school or college level.


Watercolor for Beginners
with Rebecca Ollikainen
7-8 p.m.
4 weeks beginning June 14
$60 class fee (or $54 for members)
Limit of 10 students
Learn watercolor technique while painting step-by-step with the instructor. All supplies are provided — just bring yourself and a creative spirit!


Sketchbook Journaling
with Ralph Bacon
5:30-6:30 p.m.
6 weeks beginning June 15
$45 class fee (or $41 for members)
Learn how to use your sketchbook as a tool for observation and journaling. Ralph will demonstrate sketching technique and share examples from his own sketchbooks. Students will be asked to practice sketching and writing between classes.

Teen and Adult Pit Fire Class
with Sandy Rill
7:15-8:45 p.m.
6 weeks beginning June 15
$60 class fee (or $54 for members)
$10 materials fee
Students will work on a series of projects that incorporate the basic methods of developing sculpture in clay, using their own creative ideas. Projects will be bisque-fired and glazed to create permanent works of art.

with Pamela Amy
6:30-8 p.m.
8 weeks beginning June 15
$60 class fee (or $54 for members)
$10 materials fee
Learn the traditional needlework of Norway used to adorn household linens or to stand alone as beautiful artwork. No sewing experience needed. Students will need embroidery snips and may want to bring magnifiers/reading glasses.


Afternoon Art for Teens/Adults
for ages 14 & up
with Linda Merchant
1-2 p.m.
6 weeks beginning June 16
$45 class fee (or $41 for members)
Get creative in the afternoon! This class allows students to explore a variety of different media in art-making, and will teach the fundamentals of using different materials to develop art projects.


Ashtabula Arts Center