NANTUCKET BASKETS
Cane and Wood (Intermediate Level)

Pamela Campbell Smith
Four-Week Class
Wednesdays, Sept. 20 - Oct. 11
OR
Wednesdays, Oct. 18 -Nov. 8 
6:30-9pm
$345* includes materials for 9"tote with leather handles.
To register and arrange payment please contact instructor directly ppasmith@verizon.net
Class will be held in the DAA Todd Studio, 2nd floor in the Ellison Center for the Arts

If you have woven baskets before, this class is for you! Pamela and her sister Patty Campbell have been teaching this class for the DAA for 10 years. Many students have asked to come back and make another basket.  This class will offer making a summer tote with leather handles and your initials to embellish the purse! Of course you can make something else and the class fee will be adjusted accordingly. These will be heirlooms for your family and cherished. Class is limited to 5 students.

 

ART JOURNALING 101
An introduction to Art Journaling
Mandy Fariello
Thursdays, Nov. 2nd, 16th and 30th. 6-8pm
3 part series - $120*
*To register 
please contact Mandy directly for sign-up and supply lists- farstar1310@verizon.net

I can hear you now... “I can’t draw. I can’t paint. I’m not artistic.” Art journaling is for everyone! Beginners and experienced art journalers are both welcome in this class.

In this three part series we will create our own journals with painted and collaged pages. We will explore acrylic paints, gelli plates, and other fun art supplies while learning about composition and design.

Join Mandy Fariello for three fun-filled evenings.
Gelli Printing, Starting Journal Construction
Thursday November 2, 6-8PM
Creating Painted Papers with Magazines and Solvents
Thursday November 16, 6-8PM
Putting it All Together-Journal Assembly
Thursday November 30, 6-8PM

 

SEWING
IPAD, Tablet, Laptop Protector
Holly Carpenter
Monday Nov. 6th, 6-8 p.m.
$30.00*
*To register and arrange payment please contact the instructor directly by emailing her at Quiltingcarpenter@gmail.com

Have a device that could use some protecting? With some pretty fabric, basic quilting, and time to sew, you have all the makings for your device cover. You need a sewing machine in good working order and either a walking foot or free motion foot for this project.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us at artists@duxburyart.org to express an interest in a medium not currently offered!