JULY 25 – 28, 2016

To sign up for a class please email Beverly McAnulty at For information contact Beverly McAnulty at
336-329-9266 or 336-263-9831

10:30 to 11:00
Exploring Creativity
Class Size Limited to 4
Cost $80

Four 30-minute classes designed for little ones with
a short attention span. Art will be made emphasizing
the senses. We may get a little messy.

11:20 to 12:20 and 1:30 to 2:30
Flowers. Critters, and Summer Fun
Class Size Limited to 5
Cost $100

Four 1-hour classes designed for children with a longer attention span, who can follow verbal and visual directions, and who have a love for art. Students will complete 2 painted canvases and one additional project. Children will also look at famous artists who painted summer scenes.

2:45 4:15
Cost $100
Four 1-1/2 hour classes designed for the more experienced artist. Students will look at famous portraits, and learn about proportions and facial features. They will complete self-portraits in 3 styles from realistic to very impressionistic.

Watercolor Workshop – Tea Dye Exercise
By Cindy Evans
June 6, 7, 8, 2016
Glencoe Studios – 2320 River Road – Burlington
Finished painting 1
Register Early
The workshop is limited to 12 artists
The cost is $295 for three full days
Snacks and lunch included

Send a nonrefundable deposit of $50.00 to hold your place to:
Beverly McAnulty
373 Olsen Drive
Elon, NC 27244

Final payment needs to be made by June 1, 2016 and can be sent to the same address.
For further questions please contact Beverly McAnulty at or 336-263-9831.

Workshop Description and Supply List:

The Tea Dye Exercise Workshop
By Cindy Evans

Artists have a special gift, I think we all have unique voices and can speak through our work in wonderful ways. I believe this is not only because we have talent, but also because we have a desire to express ourselves and our thoughts using a visual language. In response to the challenges and joys of creative expression, I offer a workshop to demonstrate some of the unusual creative techniques I use when I paint. One of those ways is by using a tea dye process. Tea dying works much like the long time tradition of tie dying; only instead of ink you can use watercolor paper and tea. It creates wonderful soft patterns that you can interpret in any way you want, and allows you to use your imagination to find imagery and develop a painting.

In this workshop we will provide step-by-step instructions for artists who want to jump-start their creative process, walking through this tea dye process, renewing our pursuit of the joy of painting.

Class Supply List

2 pieces of Arches 140# Watercolor Paper (1/2 sheet or size you find most comfortable to use)
Brushes (ones you normally use and some for use with mask fluid)
Pipettes (if you have them)
Watercolors – variety, colors you like to use
Masking fluid
Clear packing tape
Paper towels
Tracing paper
Sketchbook and pencils
Reference materials for subjects you like to paint
Hair dryer
Gatorboard or something comparable (this is what I use to stretch my watercolor paper)
Stapler and staples to attach paper to gatorboard
Rock or weight (2-3lbs)
Small containers or plastic plates for mixing paint



basket class

Watch for classes in weaving, coil basketry, watercolor and more!

If you are an artist and would like to teach a class, please see Space Rental for more information.