Learn basic hammering, forming and soldering skills while creating your own textured sterling silver band ring. Great as a refresher course or to learn beginner technique.
This class is designed for those who are familiar with their media of choice—such as oil, acrylics, pastel, or charcoal—but are new to painting outdoors. Focus on the natural landscape of the Wustum Museum grounds as subject for location painting. Artist Steve Rys will provide tips and tricks for getting the most out of the experience.
Explore composition, painting styles, techniques, and color analysis through individual instruction. All paint media is welcome.
This class is designed for the advanced student with experience. Join this fun Tuesday clay group and work in an open studio environment, practicing potter’s wheel and hand building skills and techniques.
Use a variety of techniques guaranteed to take the fear out of watercolor painting. Through demos and individual instruction, gain a greater knowledge of the media and continue to grow as a painter. All skill levels are welcome.
Learn soldering, sawing, shaping and mounting—the basic elements of jewelry design—in this multi-level class. Advanced students will learn casting, forming and smithing.
Learn how to warp a tabletop loom and weave a beautiful scarf—great to give as a gift or to keep for yourself!
Always wanted to try using a potter's wheel but never have? Or, have you tried it in school and want to get back into throwing clay? This is the class for you! Learn how to throw your own forms on the potter's wheel through demonstrations and lots of practice. Explore form and function, and how to utilize clay in its purest form.