Let’s celebrate the most beautiful time in the Pacific Northwest by folding some flowers and warm weather creatures in origami!
Learn to create an impasto style painting called "Poppy Fields" with a palette knife and other fun tools.
Join Art-O-Maddic Gallery artist, Becky Albeke for an introduction to assemblage class, with basic design elements discussed.
This three-part class guides you in writing, reflecting on, and shaping the luminous details of your past—the colors, tastes, songs, fragrances, and people you can’t forget—into a coherent, meaningful story to share with others.
Join Cerebral Artworks to learn the art of painting with alcohol ink by using different techniques and then using those techniques to make your own unique piece of art.
Join for a fun-filled afternoon with artist/entomologist Heather Andrews learning about these diverse and fascinating insects.
NAMI volunteer Dixie Junius will host Creative Connections, a weekly hour of artmaking and interaction.
Each month will feature a different project. For April: Spring Wreath!
Join Free to be Art at Art-O-Maddic and paint the "Columbia River Gorge"!
In this video, the instructor shows you how to fold a mushroom, reminiscent of the Pacific Northwest's wet season.
With this particular video, Yumi will introduce three Japanese music instruments: Taiko Drums, Shinobue (bamboo flute), and Tsugaru Shamisen (Japanese lute).
Creating Strong Characters is a short class on how to develop on stage personas utilizing voice, body, and movement.
This class will cover basic color theory. Acrylic paints and a pallete knife are used to blend primary and secondary colors. An activity will be introduced to enhance color blending skills.
This watercolor demonstration shows the steps involved in creating a beautiful autumn leaf using only three colors.
It’s fun to use crayons to make rubbings of things while on a walk, or making a souvenir while on a vacation. Or bring items home to make rubbings after a nature walk in your neighborhood.
Using carded raw wool roving, basic hand soap, hot water, and friction to apply felt fabric over a balloon that will create a hollow vessel at the end.
Learn a little bit about the expressive arts practice called SoulCollage®. The tutorial covers the basic premise of SoulCollage®, along with making and reading a card.
This video series focuses on the use of color in art as a way to safely explore all sorts of feelings and/or challenges that one may face during this time of struggle.
In this video, the instructor shows you how to fold a water lily and a lily pad, symbols of rebirth and enlightenment in many cultures.