The Calistoga Art Center offers classes to nurture your creativity. Beginners and professionals learn together in a relaxed, fun-filled atmosphere. Classes and workshops are small enough to receive a lot of individual attention. Scroll down to see all classes. Note there is a separate web page for Printmaking. Please register/pay in advance! We don't want to have to cancel classes.
Acrylic Painting & mixed media
Fridays 11:00 AM to 2:00 pm
Do you want to get back to painting or learn how to paint for the first time? Or do you want to explore how to paint from a different perspective and acquire new skills? Karen teaches people how to tap into their creativity, tame the inner critic and make better paintings.
Instructor: Karen Lynn Ingalls
4-week session cost: $75 (doesn't need to be consecutive)
Drop-in for a day cost: $25
(can also pay with check or cash in class)
Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30pm - 8:30pm
each Monday and Wednesday unless otherwise noted
NO CLASS MONDAY MAY 27th for Memorial Day
Have you been waiting to try your hand at creating clay? Would you like to push your current clay skills to a new level? This class is geared towards all skill levels. In this open format class students of all skill levels will have the opportunity to work on individual projects. Instructor Bloomer will address all student needs as they arise. Demonstrations in hand-building, throwing, glazing at introductory and advanced levels will be given throughout the month as requested.
Instructor: H.P Bloomer
H.P. will be moving on in July sometime…catch his talent and knowledge while you can.
Monthly Session Cost: $100
Drop-In Fee: $20
Materials fee: $25
Materials and tools - downloadable sheet coming soon.
Adventures in Stained Glass
Mondays & Wednesdays 6:00pm - 8:30pm (5:00-6:00pm open studio time)
Continuing with a 5 week session beginning May 13th-June 12th
Come explore the exciting techniques of creating stained glass pieces using copper foil and traditional lead came.
This session will focus on lead came construction and creating a design using patterns to cut class shapes to keep your piece from ‘growing’. No previous experience necessary. Some materials and tools are available to use, others can be purchased.
Instructor - Lisa C Green
Lisa has been involved with glass work since 1986. The journey began with taking classes through the Napa Jr.College under the tutelage of Jerry Sinclair and then in 1987 on to Great Panes in Calistoga working for Raymond Centanni and still working there for the last 32 years. Great Panes has done projects locally and all over the world.
Continuing students - $125 for the 5 week class (10 classes)
New registering students - $150 for the 5 week class (10 classes)
Advance enrollment is appreciated, if possible.
Call us, email us, or enroll and pay directly from our website