It is officially autumn, and you know what that means… there will be more events that are about food, art, classes, and even Halloween! I’m enjoying the sights and smells that this harvest season has to offer in and around Whatcom County. There are so many fun events happening, but I want to share with you a special one... BAAY’s Annual Hunted Railroad, that’s with Boundary Bay is happening on October 29th, 30th, & 31st, from 6-9pm, and 9-11pm. Join us & have fun with some of our kids, parents, volunteers, and BAAY! (Find out more here: http://baay.org/campus/event/haunted-house)
There’s a couple different fun ceramic art classes that I’ll be teaching at WCC for a one-day-workshop on October 28th and on November 18th . They are just in time before the holidays, so you can think about possible gifts or decorations that you can make. Register and find out more details below, via WCC:
Holiday Ornaments in Clay
A Holiday Platter to Keep or Gift
Top Secret!!! Keep your eyes open for the winter classes at WCC, because I’m going to be teaching a new Mixed-Media Painting class that is all about Sea Treasures!
The kids in both Art I and Art II levels at elementary schools, are having fun making ceramics this week with owls and autumn themed art. I’m excited to start working with some new schools at both Cordata Elementary and at The Firs by Sudden Valley, & I’ll begin classes next week.
Now, it's back to prepping more fun art examples for the next art classes, and decorating the home with pumpkins, leaves, skulls, and cobwebs. Have a great autumn season, everyone!