New Art Classes At Presser! 


Cheryl Morris, The Artistry of Color

Florence Meeks Atkins Art Gallery

Opening Reception: June 10, 2018  2-5pm

This series of paintings explores the free and bold cascading of colors, textures and shapes. These works inspire diverse moods, from fun frolicking walks through mountain meadows to windows into the dark, sinister dungeons of internal hell.

The unique style of these works are very individual so you are encouraged to look for shapes, faces and even dragons within the paintings. Enjoy your walk through "Colorfall".


Workshop $45. Materials not included

July 16 -20,  9:00 - 4:00

$150 for the week or purchase a day pass for $50.  Two day passes available per day

Monday - Ceramics
Tuesday - Jewelry
Wednesday - Lettering and Art Journaling
Thursday - Paper & Glass
Friday - Color with Water and Acrylic

Sessions are from 1.5 hours to 3 hours, breaks are given and there will be a 30 minute break each day for lunch, which is NOT provided.

All materials included.

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Watercolor Painting Basics

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Instructor: Cheryl Morris

Classes $125. There will be a supplies list that the student will be responsible for purchasing

This is a class designed for students who want to learn the basic art of Watercolor Painting. Basic artistic concepts pertaining to the medium will be covered, such as Transparency, Composition, basic Color Theory, and Value. A fundamental, hands-on working knowledge of the medium and equipment will be addressed. Emphasis will be on problem-solving, skill building, and helping students develop a personal style. Specific techniques will be addressed to help students make decisions and work through and complete paintings.

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 Jina Deimeke

Instructor: Jina Deimeke

Classes (6-Week Course) $125.00 $40 Supplies Fee (Clay, Glaze, Starter Kit)

Ceramics is a course designed to introduce students to clay, which is a natural material formed by minerals from the Earth. This course allows students to explore and manipulate the clay with three different types of hand building, learn how to use tools and equipment, glaze and decoration methods, and the kiln firing process. Students will also learn the importance of how aesthetics, craftsmanship, and function work together in order to create handmade pottery and sculpture.

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Grown-Up Art Camp!

Monday July 16th-Friday July 20th, 2018 9AM-4PM

One Week Camp- $150 tuition

This is a brand new camp for summer 2018! Designed to give the young at heart a look into multiple art disciplines. Artists will learn watercolor, ceramics, acrylic, creative writing, and more! Visit the Summer Camps page for more information.