Classes & Workshops

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Our Earth Art classes include elements of earth science, art history, artistic skill and technique building, and sometimes conservation, while getting to use many quality art materials and natural items hand selected straight from the outdoors. Our focus is on learning where our materials are coming from and how to use them to create, classical art concepts and techniques, and the process of creating art from the heart. Most classes are geared towards homeschool students in the Cobb County and Greater Atlanta areas in the 6-12 year age range. 

We also offer Earth Science classes that include lots of hands-on time with natural specimens and/or activities that real scientists would perform during field work.

Thank you Atlanta Insider for including us on your list of the 22 Best Atlanta Homeschool Days and Programs. More information on Earth Art classes and upcoming dates can be found HERE



Upcoming Classes:
 

- Tuesday, May 17th, 5-6pm- Cobb County Homeless Pet Club Virtual Presentation: Helping Georgia's Wildlife (Free!)
- + Now booking private classes for July & August!

--> Workshops & events are open for registration here!



Private classes are a great option for those who want one-on-one attention, more time for advanced instruction, have specific health considerations, those who want to schedule something for a family or private group, or for those who want assistance in creating something handmade for their holiday gifts this year. Private classes are great for camps, schools, homeschool groups, co-ops, daycares, clubs, a moms night out with friends, families, and more. We're happy to meet your needs and can offer an indoor or outdoor space, come to you, or be masked if requested. Many class topics can also be tailored for any age range, from child to adult. Email me to discuss your needs and get something booked- blondeshotcreative(at)gmail.com 

Art class offerings include: Wax and Candle Making, Leather Tooling, Wildcraft Palette (handmade earth paints), Fiber Arts and/or Crocheting, Charcoal (as an art medium and survival item), Gyotaku (fish printing), Cyanotypes on Fabric, and more! Science class offerings can be found on the conservation page


Other class details can be found HERE