|This is it. Reminds me of Taos in the 70's, dusty and real! Come on in!|
Our hours more than we would like but that again is s survival technique. We are not Walmart and we don't have employees and we have to have other jobs these days as well. But, we live close by and remain flexible to get you what you need or help you find it.
I am teaching at Rogers State this fall. The classes are throwing I and II. And, I am also teaching art appreciation. I teach all day Mondays so you will have to call me cell to reach me. And I teach art appreciation on Wed in Pryor from 12-1:15 and give me some time to get back to the shop.
|Yes, its me wearing a golden egyptian mask for fun.|
I also teach an ongoing Wed night class for beginners and above. The class is a lot of fun and a bit informal. You can learn a lot and have a good time as well.
When I have enough students to start a new beginning class we will start one most likely on Tues nights. Just call and get your name on the waiting list. 6:30-9. $150 plus material for 6 weeks. Learn the basics. This is a step by step class.
|Naomi works on her horse during a tutoring session|
|Ian teaches some enthusiastic boys|
Here are my attempted hours, Tues, Thurs and Fri. 12-5
Wed. 3-5. class from 6:30-9 or so (during the fall semester)
Open most Saturdays 10-4
Closed Sun and Mon
& open by appt as well
I know, it is difficult to remember but these days we have to have other jobs as well.
If you are in a hurry or coming from a distance, call to be sure we are there. We will do our best to be there when you need us.
Come and visit and I think you will like our little shop hidden away in the alley. You get lost of special attention and get to see the studio in action as well.
|Linda's landscape vessels selected for Vision Makers 2010|