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.
Make a fun and fidget-friendly flared spinner ring! Create a base of sterling silver with the outer moving ring(s) in your choice of copper, brass, or sterling silver. Learn to solder, stamp twist wire, and more.
Use palette knife techniques to paint yummy summertime sweets like bomb pops, cotton candy, and ice cream.
Create an elegant ceramic vase through clay handbuilding techniques.
Use a punch needle tool to embroider an image with yarn. Choose from a handful of predesigned patterns to get you started on your cozy needle art.
Welcome to the world of weaving! Learn how to weave a wall hanging or two using various fibers and natural found objects.
Create an artists' book or two through creative visual storytelling and cover design.
Craft paper hemp flowers that look as if they were grown fresh on a farm. No prior experience is necessary.
Try your hand at several methods of printmaking—create one-of-a-kind prints, or craft a series of prints that can be used for cards or gifts. By the end of this workshop, you too might become printmaking fanatic…once you start printing, you won't want to stop!