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Adult Classes

We hope you enjoy our class offerings.

We try to have excellent quality teachers and small class sizes.

Because of this, many of our classes sell out.  Therefore, we do not offer refunds because other students could have purchased your seat.

On occasion, we have to cancel a class because of teacher illness or other situations, and you will receive a full refund for a cancelled classes.



Adult Classes

Paint a Resin Ocean Coaster Set
Paint a Resin Ocean Coaster Set

Paint a Resin Ocean Coaster Set (tuition)

Paint a Resin Ocean Coaster Set


Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Time: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Create your own coaster set using Hailey Nolin’s resin ocean methodology! Add a little piece of the ocean to your home with these functional art pieces that turn out to be one of a kind no matter how many times you create them. Resin is a free flowing medium that can withstand heat and the wear and tear of daily use. All supplies provided. Please wear clothes that are art friendly and able to get paint on them. No art experience is needed, and all supplies are provided. Open to participants 16 and older.

About the Instructor:

Hailey Nolin is a resin artist concentrating on painting abstract oceans with epoxy on cradled wood board. She has lived in Ormond Beach her whole life and is 21 years young. She fell in love with painting the ocean thanks to growing up swimming and surfing on the Florida East Coast.

Quantity Price Subtotal
1 $89.00 $89.00
Out of Stock
Beginning, Beginning Watercolor Series
Beginning, Beginning Watercolor Series

Beginning, Beginning Watercolor Series (tuition)

Beginning, Beginning Watercolor Series


Tuesdays, 10am-12:30pm

March 17, 24, 31, and April 7

This class is designed primarily for students with no watercolor experience but a burning desire to learn the basics. Experience the thrill of the pigment and water coming together in your creation. We’ll experiment with: different brushes, pigments, techniques, learn composition, plus we’ll paint simple landscapes, animals and flowers. After 4 classes you will know watercolor basics and feel confident beginning your next watercolor class or painting. Students are responsible for all supplies. Open to participants 16 and older.

$83 (future members)/$75 (members)

Supply List for Beginning, Beginning Watercolor:


Watercolor pad, inexpensive 140lb or better weight, cold press, at least 9”x12”.


Primary colors, Cadmium red, Cadmium Yellow, and Ultramarine Blue. Later we’ll add Cobalt Blue, Permanent Rose, Lemon Yellow, Burnt Sienna and Sap Green.


For a palette you can purchase a plastic palette or large plate.

Watercolor Brushes:

Rounds and Flats, sizes 6, 8, or 10. You will only need 2 inexpensive brushes to start and I’ll have brushes you may borrow. The stores mentioned below have reasonably priced brushes. Robert Simmons are inexpensive and a good value.

For Drawing:

Sketch pad, #2 pencil, eraser (gum or white plastic), a folder to store your work in.

I’d love watercolor to be your new passion!! In the meantime, buy inexpensive student grade supplies just in case watercolor is not for you.

Paper Towels

About the instructor:

Pam Bleakney is entering her 20th year as a watercolorist. Studied art at Glendale Community College and is a juried member of Arizona Watercolor Association, Arizona Artists Guild and Vanguard Artists and member of Daytona Art League and Florida Association of Women Artists. She previously taught at Chez Nous, Sun City Art Club and PORA in Arizona.

Quantity Price Subtotal
1 $83.00 $83.00
5 Inventory
@ $83.00 ea.
Member Discount
Indigo: The Color of Ormond, A Dye Workshop
Indigo: The Color of Ormond, A Dye Workshop

Indigo: The Color of Ormond, A Dye Workshop (tuition)

Indigo: The Color of Ormond, A Dye Workshop


Saturday, March 21, 8:30am-3:30pm

Whether you live in the Ormond Beach community or just want to know more about Indigo history in Florida this workshop will provide you with plenty of historic facts about an area where Indigofera Suffruticosa has grown for 255 years.

This workshop is great for educators, to expand your STEAM curriculum. Also, textile, fibers, mixed media and book artists, quilters, sewers and indigo enthusiasts can all gain more knowledge for working with paper, books and fabrics through hands on explorations and experiences gained during the workshop.

Expect to learn and expand your experiences with basic Shibori resist techniques (Arashi/pole wrapping, Ori-Nui/stitching, Kumo/binding, Itajme/clamping), Batik, flour and clay resists. Unwaxing, cleaning and care of dyed items and project ideas for your dyed fabrics with be covered. One each eco print project with paper and fabric will be included as to have an introduction to incorporating indigo with this process.

Examine Indigofera Suffruticosa and learn about dye gardens while learning how to create a natural indigo vat and other types of popular indigo vats frequently used today. Vat care and disposal will be covered.

Overdyeing with other dyes will be included as well as a few natural dye vats to test out this technique.

Catherine Cross Tsintzos, an Interdisciplinary Artist of the Art and Agriculture Project, shares her knowledge from years on what she refers to as the Southeast Indigo Trail from coastal North Carolina to Florida. She has provided lectures, consultations, workshops, exhibitions and more during partnerships with art and history museums, schools, universities and nonprofit groups. She has particiated as a Visiting Artist through Residencies in schools throughout the Southeast. In addition she has been awarded residencies to research and work on her personal art.

Most all materials are included with the registration tuition


A bundle of cotton fat quarters for samples

Material for a scarf

One square yard of cotton fabric for a project of your own design


Plant material and supplies for eco print introductory

Vat supplies and dyeing tools - rubber bands, poles, cord, needles and thread, disappearing ink for marking fabric

Natural plant dyes


Batik and flour/clay resist supplies


Books to share

A resource web site set up for reference after the workshop

What to bring:

Clothing cover-up/apron, Dress for mess including shoes

Seam picker or a small pair of sharp scissors

Pack your lunch, bring your snacks and beverages

Quantity Price Subtotal
1 $188.00 $188.00
11 Inventory
@ $188.00 ea.
10% Member Discount
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