Choose from Ceramic or Art Party the Best way to celebrate!

Art Classes - We Teach The Skills that build Confident Children!

Ideal for Work Parties, Family Gatherings, Friends and Couples


A Creative Place for All Ages

Check our Summer Fun activities for children!

What We Offer

Art Classes

We teach the skills that build confident children and successful adults. Check out our Family Art Activities!

Paint Your Own Ceramic

The number one family entertainment.

Pottery Wheel Classes

Explore and learn how to create your own pottery!


Art and Ceramic the best way to celebrate any occasion.

Paint Nights

Join us for step by step how to paint on canvas party.


See What’s Going on This Month!

Technique Thursdays

Check out our new projects for every Thursday!

Summer Creative Camps

Ages 5 and up

Starts in June!

Must-Do Workshops

See Our Workshops for kids and Our Specialty Classes!


Check our calendar for updates on upcoming events promotions and more!

Paint your Own Ceramic, How Does It Work?

Paint your own ceramic

Select your pieces!


You Paint it!

We Glaze it & Fire it!

And you pick up your piece after a few days!

Paint Party


the painting of your interest by visiting our Monthly Paint Night



on your selected piece

Come Ready to Create

and have fun! You can bring your own food and drink!

Latest Blog Posts

Hands on Art for Children 2019 Art Show

We focused this year's art show on demonstrating sustainable art activities parents could do at home with their children using recycled materials. It was so great seeing the results of our ideas and efforts work to provide the opportunity for our community...

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Textile Art II Loom Weaving

We decided that January would be as good a time as any to learn some simple loom weaving. Looms ares used to create things like fabric and rugs. I'm sure some of you are wondering why on earth an art program is including things like hand sewing and loom weaving. We...

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Textile Art I

I think textiles are one of the forgotten, overlooked, and misunderstood art forms. It seems so every day. A bit of fabric. A piece of lace. The afghan your mother in law made. The counted cross stitch your grandma always worked on. Those shabby chic...

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