Classes & Workshops

 

ADULT CLASSES: FALL 2018

We have FOUR ways to register!
1. Call Twiggs Gallery at 603-975-0015.
2. Stop in during Gallery hours: Thur-Sat 11-5 · Sunday 12-4
3.  Download Form and mail in with your payment.
4. Register and pay online via the EventBrite link for each class.

Twiggs Cancellation Policy
All classes/workshops need a minimum enrollment of four people. We will give a 72 hour notice via email if we need to cancel, in which case, you may take your refund as a store credit or cash/credit card refund in the same form that you paid in.

A full refund will be given less a $25 registration fee if you withdraw from a class at least seven days prior to the first day of class. No refund will be given after that time. You will receive the class supplies and class handouts. You may give your spot to a friend to use, if you wish.


FALL 2018 CLASSES


CALLIGRAPHY

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CALLIGRAPHY 101 
Saturdays, November 10 and 17 from 1-3 pm (2 week class)
Instructor: Adele Sanborn
Cost: $80 + $15 material fee= $95
Always admired the beautiful art of calligraphy? Here’s your chance to do it yourself! Learn how to do the basic strokes of Italic lettering, the layout of letters, and putting the letters together. Sorry…no lefties! BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Calligraphy 101


DRAWING

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DRAWING FROM THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BRAIN

Fridays, September 21, 28 and October 12 from 1-3 pm (3 week class)
Instructor: Ann Saunderson
Cost: $145 class fee (Materials list will be provided.)
Three classes is all you need to learn how to draw using this amazing technique…and of course…PRACTICE! The only tool you need is your eyes. Drawing is really fun and builds confidence towards so many other art forms. Join in! Join up! BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Drawing from the Right Side of the Brain

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QUICK AND EASY: DRAWING HORSES FROM LIFE

Saturday, September 22 from 11:30-4 (Raindate: Saturday, Sept. 29)
Instructor: Gail Smuda (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $60 (Materials list will be provided.)
Everyone loves the beautiful draft horses who play and frolic in the pasture next door to Twiggs Gallery. For this class, enjoy the day outside while drawing the horses from life. Learn how to quickly capture the spirit of the horses using the skills of gesture drawing.
ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Quick and Easy: Drawing Horses from Life


FIBER ART

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FELTING 101
 

Friday, September 14 from 11:30-4:30
Instructor: Janet SciglianiGarcia (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $110 class fee + $15 kit*= $125 (Felting equipment will be provided for in-class use.)
This class teaches students a good foundation in making strong, beautiful felt. Learn how to layout, felt, full and calculate shrinkage. Also learn how to make your edges straight and your corners square. We’ll sample different fiber types and their shrinkage rates. These pieces will be a valuable tool for your felting future. Fiber micron and fiber blending will be discussed. ALL LEVELS
(*Kit includes fiber and instructions. Students will be asked to bring a few miscellaneous items from home. A list will be provided.)
Note: Some physical stamina is needed for felting. Physical exertion includes standing for long periods of time. Lots of rolling (using arms, shoulders and back) and rubbing (the item that is being made) are also part of felting. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes you don’t mind possibly getting wet.
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Felting 101

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WET FELTING: CREATE A HAT

Thursday, October 4 from 9:30-4:00
Instructor: Janet SciglianiGarcia (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $110 class fee + $45 kit*= $155
(Felting equipment will be provided for in-class use.)
Learn how to wet felt a hat (brimmed) or (pleated) with hand-painted merino top and a template/resist. Sizing, laying out, wet felting and fulling will be taught. Make a one-of-a-kind wool hat that you will happily wear for years. If time permits we will make a flower for your hat. There will be many colorways to choose from for your hat. ALL LEVELS
(*Kit includes hand-painted merino top and detailed instructions. Students will be asked to bring a few miscellaneous items from home. A list will be provided.)
Note: Some physical stamina is needed for felting. Physical exertion includes standing and rolling (use of arms, shoulders and back). Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes you don’t mind possibly getting wet.
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Wet Felting: Create a Hat

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CREATE A NUNO SCARF

Saturday, October 6 from 10:30-4:00
Instructor: Janet SciglianiGarcia (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $110 class fee + $45 kit*= $155 (Felting equipment will be provided for in-class use.)
Learn how to create a light-weight silk scarf that can be worn year round. We will be using hand-painted silk as a base and soft, merino top (wool) to make a design of your choosing. Class covers layout, felting and fulling.Color choice will be available in class. ALL LEVELS
(*Kit includes hand-painted silk and complimentary colored merino top along with detailed instructions. Students will be asked to bring a few miscellaneous items from home. A list will be provided.)
Note: Some physical stamina is needed for felting. Physical exertion includes standing and rolling (use of arms, shoulders and back). Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes you don’t mind possibly getting wet.
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Create a Nuno Scarf

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BEGINNING EMBROIDERY: CREATE A THANKSGIVING SAMPLER

Thursdays, November 1 and 8 from 1-4 (2 day workshop)
Instructor: Gail Smuda
Cost: $70 class fee + $15 materials fee= $85
Learn the gentle art of embroidery. For this class, you will learn basic stitches while creating a small Thanksgiving-themed sampler. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Beginning Embroidery

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INTERMEDIATE EMBROIDERY: CREATE A NEEDLEWORK CASE

Thursdays, November 15 and 29 from 1-4
(2 day workshop)
Instructor: Gail Smuda
Cost: $70 class fee + $15 materials fee= $85
Take your needlework skills to a new level and learn a variety of more complicated stitches. You will create a lovely needlework case to hold your embroidery needles. INTERMEDIATE
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Intermediate Embroidery


FLORAL DESIGN

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HARVEST WREATH

Sunday, October 21 from 1-3
Instructor: Lorrie Carey
Cost: $50 class fee + $20 materials=$70
Design your own permanent botanical wreath using a variety of natural dried flowers and realistic silks. The finished wreath is standard sized and perfect for hanging indoors. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Harvest Wreath

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THANKSGIVING CENTERPIECE

Sunday, November 18 from 1-3
Instructor: Lorrie Carey
Cost: $50 class fee + $20 materials=$70
Design a fresh Thanksgiving floral centerpiece with candles for your holiday dinner table. Long lasting fall chrysanthemums, carnations, and a few surprises to work with. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Thanksgiving Centerpiece

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KISSING BALL

Sunday, December 2 from 1-3
Instructor: Lorrie Carey
Cost: $50 class fee + $20 materials=$70
Design a fresh kissing ball with boxwood, cones, berries and ribbons. Finished product can be hung indoors or outside. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Kissing Ball


JEWELRY

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TRIO OF BANGLES

Thursday, September 13 from 11:30-4:30
Instructor: Kim O’Neill
(Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
$105 class fee + $35 materials fee=$140
Take your jewelry making skills to the next level in this day long workshop. Using the latest techniques and tools, learn basic etching skills to make permanent designs in base metals. Students will learn how to make copy, how to transfer copy to metal, how to create text and images to etch positive and negative designs in metal. While this metal is in the chemical etchant, students will make two traditional bangles to be worn with the focal piece for a stacked look. Techniques covered are etching, fabrication, soldering, finishing. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Trio of Bangles

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MANTRA BRACELET

Thursday, October 18 from 10-4:30
Instructor: Kim O’Neill
(Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
$120 class fee + $35 materials fee=$155
This panel mantra bracelet is the artist’s personalized sentiment where each panel can be an expression of a quote, words or life philosophy. Students will learn basic bracelet construction, learn how to make copy, etch positive and negative design, as well as finishing techniques for an individual artistic statement. *NOTE -Students will choose from a large selection of pre-made copy that the teacher has made. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Mantra Bracelet

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BOOK PENDANT

Saturday, November 10 from 11:30-4:30
Instructor: Kim O’Neill (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
$105 class fee + $35 materials fee=$140
Learn to etch both sides of metal at once! Make a “book” pendant with 5-6 pages of text using quotes, favorite words or phrases. Students will learn how to make copy to etch positive and negative text or images. The back side can be etched with decorative motifs to give it a fun and professional finish. To complete the project, students will make a sturdy wire piece to “bind” the book. Charms can be removable to use separately, or kept on the spiral to be worn together. Techniques covered will include basic metal working skills, wire shaping, drilling metal, and surface finishing. Students will leave with a finished pendant ready to wear! BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Book Pendant

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HOW TO MAKE PAPER COLLAGE JEWELRY

Saturday, September 15 from 1-4 pm
Instructor: Victoria Levesque
Cost: $55 class fee+ $10 materials fee= $65
Create wearable works of art using paper images supplied by the teacher or images you bring from home. You will learn how to layer, assemble and preserve your work. Students will create earrings for this class. Students are encouraged to bring any paper materials they might want to use in class. The teacher will provide additional papers, materials, tools and instructions. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: How to Make Paper Collage Jewelry

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FENG SHUI/FIVE ELEMENTS PAPER JEWELRY

Saturday, October 20 from 1-4 pm
Instructor: Victoria Levesque
Cost: $55 class fee+ $10 materials fee= $65
Learn to use basic Feng Shui principles to create paper jewelry incorporating the five elements of Fire, Earth, Metal, Water and Wood. Students can use one or several Feng Shui elements depending on what effects they would like to achieve. Students are encouraged to bring any paper materials they might want to use in class. The teacher will provide additional papers, materials, tools and instructions. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Feng Shui/Five Elements Paper Jewelry


LITERARY ARTS

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I DWELL IN POSSIBILITY: EXPLORING & WRITING POETRY

Fridays, October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9 from 1-3 pm (6 week class)
Optional Poetry Reading: Sunday, November 11 from 2-3:15 pm
Instructor: Catherine O’Brian
Cost: $190 class fee
“Any work of art makes one very simple demand on anyone who genuinely wants to get in touch with it. And that is to stop. You’ve got to stop what you’re doing, what you’re thinking, and what you’re expecting and just be there for the poem for however long it takes.” – W. S. Merwin

Poetry can provide a sudden sense of mental and spiritual nourishment by connecting us with the deeply human realms of love and loss, joy and death, as well as our daily and natural worlds. This creative and generative six-week poetry class is for adults of all abilities who wish to explore new, exciting ways to express themselves. Participants will be encouraged to write in class and at home, and to share their work in a supportive environment. We will be writing alone and together. Our writing prompts will include other poems, art, photographs, music and the natural world. We will also go into the Twiggs Gallery and look closely at the art work on exhibit for inspiration. Treat yourself to an inspiring, creative and community building experience. We will conclude with an optional poetry reading by participants on Sunday, November 11 at Twiggs Gallery. No previous writing experience is required. Please bring a pen and journal. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Exploring & Writing Poetry


MIXED MEDIA

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ALCOHOL INK ON TILES AND GLASS

Sunday, Sept. 16 from 12:30-3:30
Instructor: Polly Berlin
Cost: $85 class fee + $10 Materials= $95
Express your artistic desires and create stunning abstract art! Discover the amazing vibrant colors and flow of alcohol ink while you create decorative tiles and beautiful glass pendants. If you enjoy working quickly and achieving instant results, then this class is for you! BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Alcohol Ink on Tiles and Glass

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DIRTY POUR

Thursday, September 20 from 1-3:30 pm
Instructor: Adele Sanborn
(Note: Limit 4 students per class)
Cost: $40 class fee + $30 Materials= $70
You’ve seen it on YouTube! You’ll be working with acrylic paints and a few crazy products to create a fun abstract painting. We’ll be working on canvas panels so you can frame your works of art for gifts or hang them on your own walls. You will have to leave them at TWIGGS to dry, but you can pick them up over the weekend or at your convenience. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Dirty Pour

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MIXED MEDIA ILLUSIONS

Saturday, September 29 from 1-4 pm
Instructor: Ann Saunderson
Cost: $75 class fee plus $15 for materials=$90
Students will spend the day creating collaged works of art using a variety of interesting materials. You will be working abstractly and experimenting quickly with new ideas and techniques. Working quickly will push your creativity to a new level! ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Mixed Media Illusions

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INTRO TO MODULAR ORIGAMI 

Saturday, October 6 from 12:30-4:30
Instructor: Deb Fairchild
Cost: $78 class fee plus $10 materials fee= $88
This 4-hour workshop will introduce the basics of modular origami. You will learn at least two methods for folding and assembling beautiful, 3-D shapes. Then you will learn how to add a simple electrical circuit and LED light to make your masterpiece light up! These graceful ‘balls (in octahedral, dodecahedral and icosahedral forms) are an interesting and unusual alternative for decorating and gift-giving. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Intro to Modular Origami

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FUN AND COLORFUL BUTTON BOWL

Thursday, October 11 from 12-3 pm
Instructor: Adele Sanborn
Cost: $40 class fee + $10 for materials=$50
Learn the tips and tricks for creating fun and colorful button bowls! A great project for decorating or giving as a gift. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Fun and Colorful Button Bowl
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INTRODUCTION TO INK ON YUPO PAPER

Sunday, October 14 from 12:30-3:30
Instructor: Ann Saunderson
Cost: $75 class fee plus $15 for materials= $90
Note: Students must wear old clothes and expect to get messy!
You will be surprised and hopefully delighted by what you create with just ink and the magic of Yupo paper. Yupo is a synthetic paper, made of 100% polypropylene. It is waterproof, extremely durable, and receptive to a variety of aqueous techniques. We will be working abstractly using all the mark making tools we can find to push our creative boundaries! BEGINNER TO YUPO
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Introduction to Ink on Yupo Paper

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PAPER MARBLING WORKSHOP

Saturday, Oct. 27 from 12-4 and Sunday, Oct. 28 from 12:30-3:30 (2 day workshop)
Instructor: Sarah Smith
Cost: $130 class fee + $20 materials fee= $150
Marbling is a printing process which started over 1000 years ago in Asia and arrived later in Europe. Acrylic paint is manipulated on a thickened water bath and then the design is lifted from the surface using treated paper. In this class, you will learn a few traditional patterns and also have an opportunity to create your own free-form artwork. The instructor will share lots of ideas on how you can create fun gifts for the holidays using the paper you create in class. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Paper Marbling Workshop
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HOLIDAY STAINED GLASS LAMP: ART RESIN AND POLYMER CLAY WORKSHOP

Thursdays, November 1 and 8 from 1-4 and Nov. 15 from 1-3 (3 Week Workshop)
Instructor: Colby Lynch
Cost: $145 class fee plus $75 for materials= $220
(Note: For your lamp, choose between a glass block or a medium tin lantern with glass inserts. Add on an addtional $10 for an extra large tin lantern.)
Create “Light Art” and learn to achieve incredible stained glass effects using polymer clay and art resin. While creating your holiday lantern, you will learn translucent clay dyeing and cutting techniques; art resin casting; how to create special effects using mixed media textures, back-light reactive and glow-in-the-dark clays; and lighting basics including creating 3-D effects. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Holiday Stained Glass Lamp

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A LITTLE RELIEF

Friday, November 16 from 11:30-4:00
Instructor: Ann Saunderson (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $110 class fee plus $15 for materials=$125
Moving from 2 dimensions to 3 can be hard for some of us. This workshop will offer opportunities using simple techniques and devices to add a little ‘relief’ to your surfaces. We will work with mixed media and collage to create new, more dimensional pieces on a small scale. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: A Little Relief

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THE ART OF QUILLING: CREATE CARDS AND TAGS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Saturday, November 17 from 11:30-3:30
Instructor: Gail Smuda (Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $60 class fee plus $12 for materials=$72
Learn the art of quilling while creating some holiday cards and tags. During the Renaissance, French and Italian nuns and monks used quilling to decorate book covers and religious items.It is an art form that involves the use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. You’ll learn how to roll coils and scrolls, then pinch, shape, and arrange them into decorative patterns using a variety of colored papers.Quilling can be done with simple tools and supplies, and almost anyone will get beautiful results. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: The Art of Quilling

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ECO DYE WORKSHOP

Saturday, December 1 from 11:30-3:30 (Snowdate: Dec. 8)
Instructor: Adele Sanborn
(Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $65 class fee + $40 for materials=$105
Optional: Buy a silk scarf to dye for an additional $10 fee.
Note: Limit 4 students per class
Create eco-dyed papers made from natural leaves and flowers. No two sheets of paper come out alike. A fun and rewarding process!
If you wish, buy a silk scarf to dye and take home as well! BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Eco Dye Workshop


PAINTING

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INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOR: ONE DAY WORKSHOP

Saturday, September 15 from 11:30-4:30
Instructor: Kathy Hanson
(Bring your lunch, drinks are provided.)
Cost: $130 class fee
(A materials list will be provided.)
This class is for first time beginners or those wanting to refresh their painting skills. Basic washes and techniques will be covered and students will complete one to two small paintings. This one-day workshop prepares beginning students who wish to take watercolor workshops in the future. BEGINNER
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Introduction to Watercolor

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OIL OR ACRYLIC PAINTING WITH KNIVES

Sunday, Sept. 23 from 12:30-3:30
Instructor: Polly Berlin
Cost: $85 class fee, Materials list will be provided.
Create beautiful colors and textures with painting knives! The art of knife painting is enjoyable and exciting. You can achieve certain effects with rich, smooth colors and various textures. You will need to be familiar with oil or acrylic painting. INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Oil or Acrylic Painting with Knives

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ALCOHOL INK PAINTING ON YUPO

Sunday, Sept. 30 from 12:30-3:30
Instructor: Polly Berlin
Cost: $85 class fee + $10 materials = $95
Alcohol ink is an exciting medium and offers an opportunity for artists of all levels to create wonderful, vivid art. You will grow as an artist as you learn to “go with the flow” with the inks. Yupo is a synthetic “paper” that works well with the inks to create amazing effects. ALL LEVELS
Click here to register via Eventbrite: Alcohol Ink on Yupo


OUR INSTRUCTORS

Polly Berlin: Polly’s artistic vision is to express herself as romantic painter of her surroundings. Berlin is comfortable working in a wide variety of media, genres and sizes. Her work ranges from large scale to miniature paintings. Berlin is an award winning artist, prolific painter and experienced teacher. PollyBerlin.com

Lorrie J. Carey: Lorrie is a NH native, a cum laude graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, a Master’s in Public Affairs, and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. She is the third generation owner of Marshall’s Florist in Boscawen and a past winner of the NH Business in the Arts award. Active in the arts community, she has served on a number of local non-profit boards and legislative committees. Contact Lorrie Carey at myflower@tds.net.

Deb Fairchild: Deb a juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen. She is recognized for her award-winning beadwork, which includes her signature, one-of-a-kind, freeform beaded scarves. In addition, Deb is a versatile instructor,who is interested in encouraging students to explore the underlying STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) principles used in traditional and contemporary crafts. Her work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the United States. Contact Deb Fairchild at beadfair@comcast.net.

Kathy Hanson: Kathy is a painter and potter, living and working in Deerfield, NH. She is a juried member of both the New Hampshire Art Association and the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. She paints her watercolors of Maine and New Hampshire coasts on site during the summer months. Her large painted and sculpted ceramic tile mural, Rainforest, is on display in the Emergency Room waiting area at Concord Hospital. Visit Hanson’s website at kphansonart.com.

Victoria Levesque: Victoria holds a bachelor’s degree in Three Dimensional Art and has done graduate studies in goldsmithing. Although trained in traditional jewelry making, her increasing interest in mixed media and collage has led her to experiment with a large variety of materials. Her work is inspired by whimsy, nature, abstraction and whatever catches her imagination. Contact Victoria at vdlevesque@comcast.net

Colby Lynch: Colby got started with polymer clay when touring with The Grateful Dead from 1993-1995. Back then, she made hemp jewelry and funky dreadlock beads. Fast forward a few decades, she is still working with polymer clay, but has switched over to the translucent clay variety. She has refined her techniques and textures to include resin casting. The clay remains her medium of choice, which she dyes and applies to glass to create lanterns, lamps, and various items to achieve a stained glass look. Contact Colby at gr8ful2@hotmail.com.

Catherine O’Brian: Catherine is a poet and educator with an Master of Arts in Writing Poetry from the University of New Hampshire. She has a background in the fields of creative aging and arts in health. She recently retired from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, where she coordinated Arts in Education and Arts in Health grants and programs. Her manuscript, The White Nightgown received the Thomas Williams Poetry Award. Her book, “Lucky to be Born in a House of Milk” with poems from “The White Nightgown” was published by Hobblebush Press as part of Oyster River Press’ “Walking to Windward Series”. Her poems have been published in many literary journals. Contact Catherine at CatherineROBrian@gmail.com

Kim O’Neill: Kim is a nationally exhibited, self-taught jewelry artist. She recently moved here from Ohio where she participated in local shows in Boston Mills and Cain Park. She taught at various venues in the Ohio area including Bead and Button, Bead Fest, Flux Metal Arts, Grand River Beads, and Beadtini Boutique. Her work has been featured on magazine covers, how-to articles and on the PBS production of Beads and Baubles. She is currently teaching a beginners metal workshop at the NH Institute of Art. Her specialty is personalizing jewelry. Anything can be put in a piece of metal! Contact Kim at kimoneill1@me.com.

Adele Sanborn: You may remember Adele Sanborn at CAARDVARK, her old retail store in downtown Concord, NH, or met her at the Craftsmen’s Fair in her calligraphy booth, Cornerstone Design. She has now opened her new gallery, TWIGGS, which also holds her working studio and a funky retail area as well. Adele has been a working calligrapher for over 30 years. She is trained in the art of photography and has spent the last fifteen years making books, boxes and cards from papers that she has created. She is a juried member of the League of NH Craftsmen and the NH Art Association as well as galleries throughout the New England area. Visit Adele’s website at cornerstonedesignnh.com.

Ann Saunderson: Ann Saunderson has been an artist all her life and an art teacher for 40 years. She paints, draws, makes etchings and monotypes and works in mixed media. She has a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design and has shown her work both locally and regionally. Visit Ann’s website at annsaundersonart.com.

Janet SciglianiGarcia: Janet’s love of fiber, color and texture came together when she moved to New Hampshire in the late 1970’s and was introduced to spinning, weaving and dyeing. Later, she traveled cross-country to learn felting and eco printing. Learning from both “big name” instructors and those with local prominence she gleaned valuable information that she translated into her business, away to felt. Janet enjoys teaching her love of fiber arts to other fiber enthusiasts. Contact Janet at awaytofelt@gmail.com.

Sarah Smith: The first time Sarah Smith saw marbled paper, she knew it was something special, mysterious and amazing and she immediately signed up for a course with marbling craftsmen, Galen Berry at NHIA. From there, she has studied with the Chena River Marblers, Regina and Dan St. John at the Bennett Street School and Snow Farm. Contact Sarah at sarahsheasmith1031@gmail.com .

Gail Smuda: With books as her focus for the last twenty five years, Gail Smuda has been an exhibiting artist whose work has been seen in forty-seven states as well as Ireland, Australia and Italy. For the last decade she taught art history and drawing at Southern New Hampshire University. Visit Gail’s website at gailsmuda.com.

 


Cancellation Policy

All classes/workshops need a minimum enrollment of four people. We will give a 72 hour notice via email if we need to cancel, in which case, you may take your refund as a store credit or cash/credit card refund in the same form that you paid in.

A full refund will be given less a $25 registration fee if you withdraw from a class at least seven days prior to the first day of class. No refund will be given after that time. You will receive the class supplies and class handouts. You may give your spot to a friend to use, if you wish.


If you have any questions about Twiggs classes/workshops or if you would like to join our mailing list,  please contact Laura Morrison for more information.

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