top of page

Mixed Media Projects

Ages 4 to 10 | Fridays 4 to 5:30 pm | 5 Week Course

  • Starts Mar 1
  • 110 US dollars
  • East Alki Avenue

2 Spots left

Class Description

*This course will open for registration on February 10* Please read ENTIRE description before signing up. In this small group art course, we will create beautiful pieces of mixed media art using a variety of materials and techniques. Before we dive into each project, I'll model any relevant techniques for the materials we'll use that day. Students will come away with new artistic skills as well as increased confidence and decision making abilities. Some projects will require two classes to complete, so your child may not come home with art every week. I will provide all supplies and guide the projects, but students are encouraged to be creative, so their finished piece may look quite different from the examples shown. Projects: - Air dry clay mushrooms - Watercolor + pen jellyfish - Mountains paint and pen - Birds in trees collage and paint - Oil Pastel Rabbit If you have a child outside of the age range that would like to participate, please contact me before signing up! Due to extremely limited space, I ask that parents drop their kids off for this class. If you have any specific concerns about leaving, please let me know. You are of course more than welcome to come inside and get them settled. *Absence Policy: One credit of $20 in the form of a discount code for a future GROUP class sign up will be emailed for ONE absence for any reason. Further absences will receive no credit. Please contact Heather directly in case of emergency. Class dates: Every Friday from 4 to 5:30 pm from March 1 through March 29. Class minimum of 4 students must be met 48 hours before class begins, or course will be canceled. In this case, refunds will be given to all who have already paid. Class is capped at 8 students. All materials included in price. Class takes place at the in-home art studio: 8509 East Alki Ave Spokane Valley 99212. All classes are taught by Heather Brown, artist and former elementary school teacher.

Upcoming Sessions

bottom of page