Tag Archives: Mary Frances Hull

Hand Building Basics with Mary Hull

Learn the basics of hand building and make decorative or functional pieces of pottery. A perfect class for beginners, and for those who want to work at their own pace. Expanded use of equipment (slab roller, extruder, forms, etc.) facilitates accelerated ability, knowledge and self-assurance.

6 Thursdays: 10am – 12pm

Session 1: Feb 2 – Mar 9

Session 2: Apr 6 – May 11

$120 Members – $145 Non-Members

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One-Hit Wonders with Mary Frances Hull

Six (6) weeks/ 6 different projects for adults: Tree Friends Card set. Pen and Ink, Bottle Fish (bring your own bottle) repurposed, Hamsa hand or skull scriffito – Clay, Fairy Lamp, Dragonfly Stained Glass Key (bring your own skeleton key), TBA – but we’ll make something awesome!

Questions? Please email Mary: musesroost@gmail.com

6 Wednesdays: Feb 1 – Mar 8

10am – 12pm

$160 Members – $185 Non-Members

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Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain w/ Mary Frances Hull

Based on workshop textbook by Betty Edwards. Drawing is a skill anyone can learn. If you are an absolute beginner, this class is right up your alley! Let this class help debunk any objections that you have about the ability to draw! Great class for children who love to draw! Email questions to musesroost@gmail.com.

 6 Thursdays: 1 PM – 2 PM

 Session 1 (first half of the book): Jan 19 through Feb 23

Session 2 (second half of the book): Mar 2 through  Apr 6

 $100 members – $125 non-members

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Independent Study Group w/Mary Frances Hull

The instructor will work closely with the attendees to help them further their own personal style and skill level.  Best suited for students who seek guidance to expand and explore their art. Students should bring their own materials, tools and ideas to work with during class. Welcome media include: Water color, acrylic, drawing, pastels, clay, mosaic, colored pencil.

8 Wednesdays: Jan 11 – March 1

1 – 3pm

$160 Members – $185 Non-Members

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Adult Art History w/Tea and Cookies w/Mary Frances Hull

A light hearted Art History class for adults with projects to match the era’s as we go along. Tea and cookies will be served.                                      (Ages 18 and up)

8 Fridays

Jan 6 – Feb 24

1 – 2:30pm

$150 Members – $175 Non-Members

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Painting with Mary Frances Hull

Class #1 we will draw the picture. Class #2 we will apply under-paint and texture. Class #3 we will work on painting and adding essential details. Class #3 we will finish and frame. Students will work on and complete one 16×20 watercolor along with me. Some drawing experience required. Supply list available online.

4 Wednesdays: Jan 4 – 25

10 – 11am

$80 Members – $105 Non-Members

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Advanced Hand Building: Teapots and Pitchers w/ Mary Hull

Do you have affection for clay and teapots?  In this class you will be learning how to hand-build a teapot, pitcher or even both. This class is for students with previous hand building experience, but will be tailored to your experience and skill level.

6 Sundays12 PM – 2 PM

Session I: Jan 1 – Feb 12 (Skip Jan 22)

Session II: Feb 19 – Mar 26

$120 members – $145 non-members

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After-School Junior Art

This class will focus on honing your child’s natural drawing, painting and pottery skills. Great class for those looking for semi-private instruction on a Friday afternoon for six weeks. Mary will help guide your child, enhancing their art skills.

Ages 11+

Session 1: Dec. 2, 9, 16, (skip Dec 23 and 30) Jan. 6, 13, 20

Session 2: Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, March 3, 10

Session 3: March 24, (skip March 31) April 7, (skip April 14) 21, 28, May 5, 12

6 Fridays

4 – 5pm

$120 Members – $145 Non-Members

 

 

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