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300S19 Drawing Fundamentals

$29

with Patrick Fleming

Calendar Apr 27, 2019 at 9 am

Train your hand and eyes to work together to draw what you see. Linear and aerial perspective, line weights, shading and shadowing, shape, form and perspective with practical examples and constructive exercises, are all demonstrated. Students are encouraged to bring a photograph they would like to draw as well as their imagination. See supply list on Community Education website.  

Patrick Fleming this is his 52st year as a professional illustrator and art teacher. As an experienced elementary through high school, college onto graduate school, art/art education instructor he emphasizes the very basics of design, drawing and color as applied to paintings.  He emphasizes basic skills to allow learners to pursue their individual goals as artists. 

301S19 Sweet or Salty Treat Jar

$30

with Kathy Homme & Lynn Rose

Calendar Feb 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Participants create their own sweet or salty treat jar in class. This cute and functional treat jar is great for cookies, candy, nuts or any other small snack. All supplies included in this fun class except the treats! View class project on Community Education website.

Kathy Homme and Lynn Rose have more in common than being sisters. They both enjoy crafts of all kinds, trading good books, spending time with grandkids, and teaching others that crafting is something everyone can do.

302S19 Rose Floral Workshop

$17

with Kathryn Jeanette Chavez

Calendar Feb 4, 2019 at 6:30 pm

It’s coming up roses in this floral workshop. Participants will learn how to make the perfect rose floral arrangement using basic elements and principles of floral design. Leave with a beautiful arrangement of a dozen red roses just in time for Valentine’s Day! Pay instructor $30 supply fee.

Kathryn Jeanette Chavez is a graduate of The Floral Design Institute and Central Washington University. She holds a passion for encouraging creativity and loves sharing her knowledge of Floral Design and Arrangement.

303S19 Learn to Knit

$49

with Tamie Jamison

Calendar Mar 18, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Crafting art with textiles never goes out of style. Come learn the traditional art of basic knitting in this hands-on class. When you have learned the basics, you will be able to create throws, sweaters, mittens and hats. The instructor will bring supplies the first night to get you started and send you home with a supply list for the following week.

Tamie Jamison is an avid crafter and enjoys a variety of mediums including knitting and crocheting.

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304S19 China Painting Spring Project

$29

with Angie Matte

Calendar Mar 20, 2019 at 5:30 pm

Create a lovely hand-painted, spring-themed plate for your home or to give as a gift. Class will consist of hands-on instruction in tracing, brush strokes and color application on porcelain. Completed projects can be picked up at the Community Education office after being kiln fired. View class project on Community Education website. Pay instructor $7 supply fee.

Angie Matte began her china painting in Costa Mesa, CA. in 1985. In a short amount of time she started winning awards and selling her work. She taught china painting at Mr. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA as well as computer classes.  In 2012 she relocated to West Richland, WA. And is again teaching classes. Angie’s other job is working for the Kennewick School District in the district business office.   

305S19 Iris Torn Cotton Paper Art for Beginners

$17

with Eva Hsia-Elwell

Calendar Apr 10, 2019 at 6:30 pm

Torn cotton paper art technique uses colored paper torn to create images, somewhat resembling a watercolor painting. This ancient art form, used by various cultures for hundreds of years, is still popular today. Join us for a hands-on novice experience. View class project on Community Education website. Pay instructor $5 supply fee.

Eva Hsia-Elwell is a graduate of Taiwan College. She teaches Oriental Torn Cotton Paper Art and Chinese cooking classes.

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306S19 Quilting

$89

with Carmen Bond and Lori Roberts

Calendar Feb 7, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 10 weeks

Quilts are great gifts! Learn how to turn those well-loved fabric items into squares fit for a quilt. This class is designed for the beginning to intermediate quilter. Techniques, tips and tricks will be demonstrated. See supply list on Community Education website. No classes Feb. 14 or Apr. 4

Carmen Bond is a retired Richland School District employee, wife, mother, and grandmother. She currently enjoys time with her small grandchildren and working on her unfinished craft projects.

Lori Roberts has been a long-time resident of Kennewick. She was a parent volunteer for KSD while her children attended school and is now employed at Sunset View Elementary. She is an experienced quilter and enjoys the quilting circle with her friends.

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307S19 Crochet for Beginners

$49

with Tamie Jamison

Calendar Mar 4, 2019 at 6:30 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Master the basic crochet stitches that will enable you to create a wide variety of projects at home in this hands-on class. You’ll be hooked! The instructor will bring supplies the first night to get you started and send you home with a supply list for the following week.

Tamie Jamison is an avid crafter and enjoys a variety of mediums including knitting and crocheting.





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