WOW! I had completely forgotten that we had this page and neither Bob nor I had thought to update it. You should have told us! Of course, it really isn’t up to you. I will try to be more aware for the future.

We have so much to say to bring you up to the current events so I guess I’ll just have to stay with March and April for this update.

For Artists:

We have oils! Lots of oils! Before buying the Pebeo brand, I asked 4 oil artists to evaluate the brand. Everyone was very positive in their feedback, so we brought them in. I have a Play with Everything Pebeo Class coming up on April 21st if you want a chance to try them out along with most of the other Pebeo products.

For Shoppers:

If you haven’t seen the journals from one of our most recent additions, Sharon Shallcross, then you MUST come take a look. Her journals are to be touched not viewed on the Internet. You just have to see them in person to recognize the time and effort that goes into the creation of each one of them. She also has a class coming up soon in which you can create your own beautiful journal. Check the Class Schedule for more information.

The most recent addition is Suzanne Staley called Suzanne’s Little Creations. She has added lots of knitted and crocheted items. There are lots of cute things for babies and small children in addition to adults. She’ll be bringing in some Barbie doll clothes and many more items, so please check her supply out when you come in next.

For Class Interest:

Coming up this week we have the last chance you’ll be able to take an Acrylic Pouring Class (called Pour It On) from Lady Mike since she will be moving away from this area. So if you have been procrastinating about taking this class, now really is the time! The class is this Saturday, March 17 from 10 to 1.

Then following on Monday, March 19 from 10-12, is a Raku for Paper Class taught by me. I challenge you to find a class like this anywhere on the Internet. It is my creation. I have taught this class years before, but it has been updated to use current products. If you love the look of Raku glazed pottery, then you are going to be fascinated by the Raku look you can get on paper.

Be sure to check out our Class Schedule page to register and pre-pay for the many class selections. We continue to add new class content and instructors. If you would like a specific class, let us know, and we’ll do out best to find an instructor.