Paint Pouring Fun with Casey Corbin
May 18th, 2019
July 20th, 2019
October 19th, 2019
10a.m. - 12 p.m. A.M. Session
1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. Afternoon Session
No Experience Necessary!
Only $49 for the morning class! You can take by itself and it will save you 4-6 months of trial and error of attempting to learn this on your own. Saving $100s on art supplies! However, we suggest that you plan to stay for the afternoon class for more fun with the three new exciting larger projects which are Christmas Ornaments & Gifts, Angel Wings, and Paint Bomb! Enroll today as classes fill quickly!
Just Intro: $49 Members, $69 Non Members
AM & PM Class: $148 Members, $168 Non Members
Returning Students: $99 (PM only) Members, $119 Non Members
Price Includes all Supplies!!!!
All Lunch & Learn sessions are usually the 2nd Monday (dates sometimes change to accommodate instructors) of the month and start at 12:00 noon.
Bring your lunch and join us for these interesting presentations!
Sept 9th, 2019: Art & Soul: The Power of Art Journaling
An intro to art journaling, with examples and activities to deepen your journaling practice.
Art journaling can be a freeing experience, one that taps into the heart of your life through gentle reflection and a safe place for personal expression. From watercolors, to acrylics, to collage, to sketches, to poetry, the means of artful expression are limitless.
Come learn from local abstract artist, Mandy Thompson, as she introduces us to a variety of journaling practices, as well as gives a sneak peek into her own pages. Mandy began art journaling nearly a decade ago, as she processed grief and depression. Since then, she continues creative journaling as a private outlet for her soul, as well as a base for her creative life. She's taught art journaling in the area for years and is excited to bring this experience to GVA.
About Mandy Thompson:
Raised in rural Georgia with pencils in hand as early as her mama can remember, Mandy has always been an artist at heart. She moved to the Georgia Coast after graduating from college in 2001, and spent 15 years offering her creativity in other arenas before becoming a professional artist.
Mandy returned to art in her mid-30s as a way to work through depression and process her emotions, and found abstract art as the medium to most fully express emotional concepts. Through Analogue: A Field Guide for the Soul, Mandy blends art and words into a format that helps others connect with their own souls. Not only does she encourage others through her work, but she works with those who are interested in using creativity to bring healing in their own lives.
She now lives in Brunswick Georgia with her husband and two beautiful daughters. She’s a member of the Glynn Visual Arts, Jekyll Island Art Association, and has a private studio downtown at the Brunswick Stewdio. You can find her work in multiple local venues and exhibits.
NEW for FALL 2019!
8 week Comic Book Class!
October 6 - November 24
Sunday afternoons 2-4pm
$400 per person
Call GVA to register.