2 Main Street
                     Bldg. 18 -230
                     North Dam Mill
                     Biddeford, ME  04005
                     (207) 307-2171


Fall Workshops at Heartwood College of Art

September 29-November 11, 2015

Price: $195.  7 weeks ~ Tuesday or Wednesday Evenings 6:00~8:30 PM

                                                        Tuesday Evenings


Clay Sculpture

Instructor: Cheryl Lichwell

Experience the joy of hand building with clay.  Learn to construct, apply texture and color your finished piece.  Practice additive and subtractive techniques while studying with a master sculptor. Make a fish, birdhouse, mythical beast and decorative vessels to express your thoughts in one of the oldest mediums and art forms: Clay….. Materials Fee $25

                               Wednesday Evenings

 Basic Drawing

Instructor: Susan Wilder

This course covers the fundamentals of drawing with in an exploration of materials. Instruction covers basic volumes, light & shadow, line and composition. Black & white techniques include graphite, ink, charcoal and conté. Drawing is the first tool in the art box.    Materials fee: $25.



Instructor: Bonnie Faulkner

This course provides students with an introduction to the basic techniques of hand building, slab forming, wheel throwing, glazing and firing methods. Explore design possibilities, glaze results and the durability of fired clay along with a little history of the medium.    Material fee: $25.



Instructor: Berri Kramer

Discover the luminous qualities of beeswax, resin and pigment. Explore the saturated and subtle color variations while learning about texture, transfers, stencils and embedding of collected materials. There are so many possibilities in this medium. Let your visual ideas expand with each new method.    Materials fee: $25.

Basic Jewelry

Instructor: Alice Carroll

Learn the Fundamentals of metal and jewelry include sawing, soldering, stone setting and forging. The class includes weekly demos and critiques. Through the study of various methods students explore their own ideas through design and problem solving techniques.  Advanced students welcome.  Materials fee: $25.