This class is all about being playful with your child through art making processes. Students will read a story with their dad (or Grand-dad) and make a project inspired by the illustrations, or artist/designer on which the book is based. Projects will include painting, drawing, assemblage, collage, and sculpture. $40 per child. No more than two children per adult, please.
Think and explore in clay as you build a sculpture of yourself, make a mask of your face, create picture frames and more. Have fun creating 3-D objects with clay and other materials and enjoy the self-discovery you'll find when looking in the mirror! $90
Create works of art using your very own handmade paper! Starting with pulp from paper and cloth fibers, add other elements like leaves, flower petals, and pictures to create unique papers that can be made into cards, collage, and even sculptures. $90
Experience painting in a BIG way by using a variety of colors and creating interesting art forms and subjects. Use art elements of color and shape to create fun, colorful , large paintings while using important principles of design. $90
Busy families now have the ability to let students have some open creative time at the Art Station between classes! Students who are enrolled in both morning and afternoon art camps qualify for free lunch-hour child care between classes; $20 per week if student is registered for one day camp that week.
With origins in Egypt, Henna is a plant-based dye that is used to create temporary body art. Learn the basic techniques of mixing your henna, applying the paste, simple designs, as well as caring for your designs after they've been applied. $10 Materials fee paid to instructor. All supplies provided. $40
This three day workshop offers participants an opportunity to create a decorative and functional artistic statement using contemporary as well as ancient techniques in this timeless art medium. The project base (substrate) sizes will be limited to a specific size and material, and will be reviewed individually prior to the commencement of the class. The participant will provide the substrate, safety glasses and wear closed-toe shoes. Glass, tile, operating supplies and tools will be provided by the instructor. The first two days of the class will focus on tool usage, preparation of the substrate and the creation of the artwork. The final day will be devoted to the grouting and polishing process. This class is appropriate for beginners and experienced mosaic enthusiasts alike. $25 materials fee paid to instructor. $175
The earnest concept known as recycling morphed into the lighthearted, aesthetically exciting movement called upcycling. The making-do-with-what-we-have mindset is a wildly creative process that can revamp your wardrobe. In this session, we will transform the old worn-out sweater, shirt or dress hiding in the back of your closet into high style clothing with modern lines that compliment your body type. $99
Do you love being around creative people? Do you like working with kids? Are you thinking about becoming a teacher? Interested in gaining experience in the classroom? Volunteering at the Art Station's Summer Art Camps is perfect for you! We need volunteers to assist with August classes. Please contact Dawn Kirkpatrick for information: 541.617.1317
Duke Warner Realty was established in 1967 by Duke and Kitty Warner. Their philosophy was to establish a first-rate real estate company sensitive to their customers’ needs. They felt that if they treated the customers fair and square, they would keep coming back and bring others with them. That is exactly what happened.
Duke Warner Realty's brokers share this philosophy, and today the firm is widely-known for its personalized service and reliability. Unlike many real estate firms, Duke Warner Realty has little turnover in personnel. Years after a transaction is complete, a client, their relative or friend can return knowing that he or she will find the same personal care – and most likely, the same broker !
With this kind of reputation, Duke Warner Realty’s success has endured through good times and bad. The company is here to stay, and its brokers are interested and actively involved in our wonderful community.