Art Making Studio

Artmaking is a studio for all kinds of creating, both 2 and 3 dimensional objects.  Artists may work with paint on canvas, colored pencils and markers on paper, or sew embroidery thread into cloth.  If they prefer working 3-dimensionally, they may choose to use paper mache, make a soft sculpture of felt and stuffing, or glue together wooden odds and ends for an unexpected masterpiece.  The materials and ways of working are endless in the Artmaking Studio, it’s all about the imagination and where our artists want to go.

I consider the Art Making studio a free-for-all with the sole aim of creation. Nothing is off limits— any materials, subject matter, or scale goes. Our goal is to make any idea an artist has come to fruition, whether the idea is fully formed or just a spark. And when inspiration is hard to come by, that’s when the fun begins. In Art Making, exploration and experimentation are key.

Hannah Currens, Art Making Studio Supervisor