The West Hartford Art League holds year round art instruction for adults and youths in the form of weekly daytime and evening classes Monday - Saturday in the fall, winter and spring, and a daytime camp for youths during the summer. Special weekend and one time workshops are held throughout the year taught by a varied group of instructors. The West Hartford Art League actively seeks to attract qualified persons to join its faculty and staff, and encourages diversity in its student body. The workshops offer all the benefits of our classes in more condensed timeframe. They're a perfect introduction to a new subject, and a great way to refresh an old skill.
The Felted Landscape
November 10, 11-3pm
Participants will work from an image of a landscape, and use the softest of materials, wool roving, and a special barbed needle, to create an original felted work of art on a backing of raw silk.
Memory and Imagination
November 9 + 10, 10-4pm + 10-3pm
Inspire your imagination and loosen up your flow, as Will McCarthy engages us by sharing his techniques which enable him to paint from his imagination and achieve an atmospheric style that captures in essence, the beauty and the emotion of the landscape.
Ed Johnetta Miller
November 16, 1-5pm
Learn from the Art League's current muse, as her improvisational quilts were the inspiration behind the new mural on our grounds. In this workshop, first offered at the Quilters Hall of Fame, Miller will guide participants in creating their own improvisational pieces while sharing sources of her own inspiration and creativity.