If that new day planner is looking a little bare, the Artists’ Studio Association in Lincoln City has the solution — a new slate of classes that will keep artists of all levels learning new skills right through ‘till spring.

Classes are held in the ASA classroom at 620 NE Hwy. 101, next door to the Artists’ Co-op Gallery. The gallery and the classroom are ADA accessible and parking is available in the rear of the building.

ASA membership is $30 per year and entitles members to discounts on class fees.

Full class descriptions and registration are available at www.asaart.org.

“Colorful Trees – Watercolor”

Catherine Hingson

Saturday, Jan. 5 • 10 am-4:30 pm

Learn watercolor techniques that will bring your painting to life. Some experience helpful but not required. $60. For more information, call 503-545-9339.

“Acrylic Pour – I”

Kathy Cope

Sunday, Jan. 6 • 1-4 pm

Acrylic pour painting is fun, messy and addictive. Learn basic techniques and leave with three beautiful pieces of art. Materials provided. No experience needed. $45. For more information, call 541-264-9222.

“Beginners Resource Basics”

Ruth Weathers

Monday, Jan. 7, 14, 21 or Tuesday, Jan. 29 • Noon-3 pm

Gain an understanding of supplies needed to begin painting. No experience necessary. $50. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Trees, Bushes and Grasses”

Ruth Weathers

Tuesday, Jan. 8 • Noon-3 pm

Learn to paint trees bushes and grasses, adding sunlight and shadow. Work with acrylics or oils. All levels welcome. $50. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Circles to Ellipse”

Ruth Weathers

Tuesday, Jan. 15 • Noon-3 pm

Make a circle into an ellipse for objects appearing to show depth. All levels welcome. $50. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Quick & Easy Scarf Dyeing Workshop”

Ruth Hugeback

Sunday, Jan. 20 • 1-4 pm

Use bleeding tissue paper to dye two striking, colorful, washable, silk scarves. No experience needed. $40. For more information, call 541-921-5543.

“Winter Cabin in Snow”

Ruth Weathers

Tuesday, Jan. 28 • Noon-3 pm

Paint a log cabin and wagon in the snow with acrylics, using an unusual color palette on a 14x18 canvas. All levels welcome. $50 plus $5 materials fee. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Acrylic Pour – II”

Kathy Cope

Sunday, Feb. 3 • 1-4 pm

Take your acrylic pour to a new level with additional techniques. Experience helpful, but not required. $45. For more information, call 541-264-9222.

“Fun with Collage Workshop”

Sharon Cook

Monday & Tuesday, Feb. 11 & 12 • 10 am-2 pm

Learn to make collage paper before adding stencils and handcrafted stamps. All levels welcome. $110 plus $5 materials fee. For more information, call 503-999-8066.

“Beginner’s first painting”

Ruth Weathers

Tuesdays, Feb 19 or 26 • Noon-3 pm

An opportunity for new painters to plan and create their first painting. $50. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Mandala Rocks”

Kathy Cope

Sunday, March 3 • 1-4 pm

Using simple tools, learned techniques and lots of patience, create a beautiful mandala stone. Materials provided, all levels welcome. $25. For more information, call 541-264-9222.

“Drawing - Guided Practice”

Bill Cary

Mondays, March 4-25 • 1-4 pm

A four-class series exploring the fundamentals of drawing. Workbook included. All levels welcome. $80. For more information, call 503-680-2707.

“Old Farm-scapes”

Ruth Weathers

Tuesdays, March 19 & 26 • Noon-3 pm

Design a barn with your choice of animals in oil or acrylic on a 16x20 canvas. Some experience helpful. $100. For more information, call 541-994-7558.

“Creating Texture in Watercolor”

Bonnie Holubetz

Saturday, March 30 • 10 am-4 pm

Discover unusual ways to add interest, texture and dimension to your watercolors with more than 50 different techniques. Some experience helpful. $60. For more information, call 503-502-1000.

“Local Lighthouses”

Catherine Hingson

Sunday, March 31 • 10 am-4:30 pm

Paint a local lighthouse while learning useful watercolor techniques. Beginners welcome. $60. For more information, call 503-545-9339.

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