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July

1st Saturday Art Walk, Saturday, July 6th, 5-7pm

Studio 106 is Open:
Saturday, July 6th, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, July 13th, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, July 20th, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, July 27th, 11am - 5pm

WORKSHOPS:
The Adventurer’s Journal

Wednesday, July 17th, 9am-2pm
4 spots left

August

1st Saturday Art Walk, Saturday, August 3rd, 5-7pm

Studio 106 is also Open:
Saturday, August 3rd, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, August 10th, 11am - 5pm
Saturday, August 17th, 11am - 5pm

OPEN STUDIO TOUR
Saturday, August 24th, 10am - 5pm
Sunday, August 25th, 10am - 5pm

September

1st Saturday Art Walk, Saturday, September 7th, 5-7pm

WORKSHOPS:
Workshops for September through December are currently being scheduled.
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General Information:

What to Expect

Workshops have a maximum of 10 spaces, unless held offsite. We create a safe and supportive atmosphere to encourage your creativity. We understand that taking an art class can sometimes be nerve racking. Our focus is on having fun while exploring materials and learning techniques. You can’t get it wrong! Come see how fun it is to explore your creativity! Classes include a detailed handout to help you remember everything after class. The studio is closed to the general public during workshops.

Lunch

Full day workshops include a one hour break for lunch. You are welcome to patronize one of Langley’s many eateries or bring a lunch. Microwave and hot water available. Studio will remain open during lunch, so you may come and go as you please. You may also work on your projects during lunch.

Summer

Classes start earlier in the summer to make sure you are able to get parking while it is still available.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

You may cancel your workshop two weeks prior to the start date and receive a full refund. Past this time, you may also transfer your workshop to a friend and notify us of the new person’s name. If we have a wait list, and can give your spot to someone else, we will give you a full refund.

If Studio 106 has to cancel a class for any reason, you may choose a full refund, or put it towards another workshop. Be sure that the email address you give us is one you check regularly.


Payment

You may pay online using Paypal or a credit card. If you prefer to mail or drop off a check at the studio, please email Liesel with the workshop title and dates to save your spot.

Location

Studio 106
106 McLeod Alley, Langley, WA

Located on beautiful Whidbey Island, just 15 minutes from the Clinton ferry dock.

Parking

Street parking is available on 1st and 2nd street. All the spots immediately next to Studio 106 belong to other businesses. Extra parking can be found on 3rd street, behind Langley Village. Give yourself some extra time in the summer.

Accessibility

There are two steps down into the studio, with a hand rail on the right side. We are happy to assist you with carrying down walkers or other items.


Workshops

The Adventurer's Journal (formerly Gypsy Journal)
85.00

Date: Wednesday, July 17th
Time: 9am-2pm

Instructor: Liesel Lund

What do you get when you combine a used hardback book, fabric scraps, trims, decorative tins, ribbon and beads? A luscious journal with pages full of wonder! Come learn how to deconstruct a book, create a spine and tie in the pages. Discover how to age and distress the pages to make it look old. You'll learn how to cut down a decorative tin container (like a cookie or popcorn tin). To create our magical covers, we'll attach tin, fabrics and trims. Your book can have any theme you wish: mermaid, pirate, magician, Victorian, nature journal-whatever speaks to you! Create a whole new world in a book! No experience required.

Supply list:

-Hardback book to cut apart
-A decorative tin container that has images you like (think popcorn, cookie or tea tins- often found at thrift stores)
-Paper for your pages. Watercolor, art paper, or writing paper. 
-Ribbon, twine, cord or yarn to tie in your pages.
-A pair of garden gloves-ideally with rubber grip palms-these are required to protect your hands when you cut up the tin-it is VERY sharp. 
- Tin snips- some garden clippers can work for this--Or you can share the available tools.
Optional: Fabric scraps and trim for your cover. 

Supplies provided: Tools, glue, wire, small beads, fabric scraps, paint and paint supplies.

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