Woodcarving by Rusted Pulchritude
Registration is now open for February and March art workshops at The Harlow. Register today and try something new or expand on existing skills. The lineup of classes includes wood carving, watercolor, mosaics, and ceramics.
Pre-registration is required for all workshops. Spaces are limited and can be reserved by calling 207-622-381 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. All materials provided unless otherwise stated. Kids must be accompanied by an adult. For more information please visit www.harlowgallery.org or call 207-622-3813.
Saturday, February 16, 10am-1pm: Exploring Ceramic Cold Finish Techniques with Shawna Barnes: Come learn the difference between traditional ceramic glaze and cold finishes with sculptor Shawna Barnes. Hands on experimentation and exploration will be encouraged as we discuss the dozens of possible mediums you can use as a cold finish on sculptural ceramics. You will given bisqued relief tiles and/or ornaments to experiment with – shoe polish, wood stain, colored pencils, pastels, house paint, and more! Shawna is a ceramic artist specializing in sculpting animals with personality. She is based out of Knox, ME, and is a teaching artist leader with the Maine Arts Leadership Initiative (MALI). Ages 10 & up. Cost: $30/Members, $35/Non-Members.
Saturday, March 2, 10am-12pm: Mosaic Picture Frames with Barb Loken: Join exhibiting artist, Barb Loken and create a fun and unique mosaic picture frame embellished with glass and tile. Take home a one of a kind frame, or create as a gift for someone special. Gain inspiration as you work from Barb’s retrospective exhibition 50 Years of Art which is on view February 15 through March 23, 2019. Ages 10 & up. Maximum enrollment: 15 participants. Cost: $12/Kids, $15/Adults.
Saturday, March 9, 10am-1pm: Intro to Watercolor Landscape with Stacey Anderson: Join artist and art educator Stacey Anderson in a beginners watercolor workshop which focuses on landscape painting. We will be working from photographs, so please bring one along. Color, composition, and use of materials will be our focus in this 3 hour workshop. Ages 10 & up. Maximum enrollment: 20 participants. Cost: $20/Members, $25/Non Members, $15 Kids.
Saturday, March 23, 11am-3pm: Wood Carving with Rusted Pulchritude: Learn a new wintertime craft (perfect for sitting around the woodstove) at this introductory course on how to make a functional cooking spatula out of green wood. You’ll receive hands-on experience with safe techniques using traditional hand tools and foundational wood carving skills. A lovely set of carving knives are included in the course fee for all participants so you can continue to carve on your own! This event is hosted by Aaron Margolis and Deirdre McGrath, who create wooden wares and sculptures in their studio in Ellsworth. Ages 18 & up. Cost: $75 + $50 Materials fee. Maximum enrollment: 8 participants. Deadline for registration is March 15th.
Programming is funded in part by a Partnership Grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. The Harlow is a membership based 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to connecting and celebrating art, artists and community in downtown historic Hallowell since 1963.