Glastonbury Studios

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To reserve a seat in one of the classes listed to the left, email jjgoodell@gmail.com.

Pre-registration is required. Seating is limited.
















Cancellation Policy

Pre-payment is required for all classes by Glastonbury Studios. You may cancel up to one week before class begins without penalty. No refund is available after the session(s) begins.




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Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.
Thomas Merton

Glastonbury Studios Classes

Spring 2019 Classes 


Just a warning. The students in these classes are 

very liberal-minded, fun-loving women!

Be prepared to laugh, love and live a lot.


Classes begin second week of April. Come join the fun, while learning how to draw and/or paint in the Glastonbury Studios classes. To sign up for classes in my studio, please email me at jjgoodell@gmail.com.Five-week term; limited to eight students per class. Only registration and payment secures your seat.


Art of Sketching Begins 4/9

Learning to sketch actually improves your drawing skills; besides it’s amazingly fun. We'll be  using pen and ink with watercolor washes. Limited supply list

Flowers

Every Tuesday morning

10 am to 12:30 pm

$80 per five-week term

Seats available


The Morning Draw 4/10

We will be exploring a variety of subjects and drawing techniques. Limited supply list.

Flowers

Every Wednesday morning

10 am to 12:30 pm

$80 per five-week term

Seats available


Art Journaling 

On hold until later this year

For more information email:

jjgoodell@gmail.com


 “Every artist was first an amateur”


Ralph Waldo Emerson