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Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for a three-hour art class for one (a $65 value)
- $55 for a three-hour art class for two (a $130 value)<p>
For each class, the studio provides students with acrylic paints, brushes, 11”x14” canvas boards, and easels. Professional artist Kelly Hutchinson or Carol Fogelsong oversees each group while offering professional tips for the canvases. Students may bring reference material on an image they’d like to paint, browse the studio’s files for inspiration, or email a photo ahead of time that the artists will convert into a drawing to be replicated on the canvas.
Kelly's Art & Frame
Owned and operated by artist Kelly Hutchinson, Kelly's Art & Frame is home to a 2,800-square-foot art gallery where original paintings, watercolors, and limited-edition prints line the walls. Onsite custom framing services combine archival materials and meticulous work to properly preserve drawings, sculptures, and cherished pieces of ABC gum. With fellow artist Carol Fogelsong, Kelly also leads art classes, teaching the fundamentals to students during intimate group sessions.
95% of 65 customers recommend
“Kelly was very friendly and helpful and it was a great night of painting.”
“Fun, accurate to their advertising and reasonable for the time.”
“I think the session was very fun, but should be called something other than a class, maybe a paint experience or guided painting session. To me, a class has specific...”
“I think the session was very fun, but should be called something other than a class, maybe a paint experience or guided painting session. To me, a class has specific goals and guided instruction, while this was very open and free form. Carol was super nice, encouraging, and helpful. Also, I liked the large selection of frames at a good price. My husband and I each purchased one at the end.”