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We are very excited to offer eco art programming for many ages! Please review the details below and then:


  1. Register for classes by exploring the descriptions below. When you find your desired class,  click on the link at the bottm beneath the description and you will be directed to our shop. Spaces are limited and the class sizes are small. Please register today!

  2. After registering for your class, a welcome/confirmation letter will be e-mailed 

  3. Note that during many classes, a portion of time will be spent making discoveries outside on the Schuylkill River Trail and at nearby Waterfront Park in Royersford, even if it's drizzling. Participants should come ready for adventure and art with outdoor clothes, a hat, an H20 bottle, a snack, and a pair of close-toed shoes.

Class sizes are limited and filled on a first-come-first-served basis.  The Studio wishes to work with all students who are interested in participating. We have tried to keep costs low, however, if fees are prohibitive, please contact us to discuss options.

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Learn about winter tracks and traces and then create your own take-home winter animal track work of art!


(Adult and student class times available)


 Date:  Tuesday, February 28     (kids ages 8-12)

           Thursday, March 2              (adults, high school and up)

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 PM

Lite refreshments - complimentary!

Group class sizes are limited to 10 participants



Refresh from a big day at work or school with art and nature! "Over the river and through the woods" we'll go as we take a virtual indoor hike to discover many of  winter's cool animal tracks and traces. Learn basic animal track ID skills, as well as how to differentiate a fox's tracks from a bobcat's and how to tell if a deer had been walking or running.  Along with new skills you can use during your own winter hikes, participants will also create their own animal track work of art on a cotton cloth bandanna. This can be used as an artistic piece, an ID piece, or even as wearable art!  

Cost:  $25 per participant. Price includes all supplies to make and take your very own track ID bandana.

If you have a group of students (scout/youth group/ school group//work group etc.) interested in scheduling this program at another time, please contact us by email.


Valentine's Sweetheart Owl Couples Painting Class

Live Bird Demo and Painting Class for Couples of all Sorts


 Date:  Thursday, February 16

Time: 6:30 - 9:00 PM  

Valentine's chocolates and bubbly toast - complimentary

Adults and kids ages 12 and up (kids must be accompanied by an adult) are welcome. All types of  pairs and solo guests are welcome too: Partners, Father/Daughter, Work Buds,

Grandparent/Grandchild,  Besties, etc.!

Group class sizes are limited to 10 participants



Is it a "Sweetheart Owl" with its heart-shaped face or a "Ghost Owl" with it white body and eery call?  It's both! During this evening class-goers will have an up-close chance to learn about and “visit with” a live barn owl brought by the fabulous Dawn White of Indian Run Environmental Education Center. After examining the features of this incredible nocturnal avian, we will sit down for a painting-made-easy session with Jolie.  All participants will make and take a matted owl watercolor - give it to your sweetheart or keep it because you're a sweetheart!


$30 per person. All supplies for taking home a matted owl watercolor are included.  We'll also enjoy some Valentine's chocolate and a complimentary "bubbly toast" to the holiday (champagne for adults and sparkling cider for kids).

If you have a group of students (scout/youth group/ school group/ work group etc.) interested in scheduling this program at another time, please contact us by email.

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(age groups 8-13, Families with kids 6-12 and Adults 14 and up)



Saturday, February 4      2 - 4 pm           (kids ages 8-13)

Saturday, February 25    10 am - noon    (families w/ kids ages 6-12)

Saturday, February 25    2 pm - 4 pm    (adults ages 14 and up)

A trail-mix snack - complimentary!

Group classes are limited to 10 students   


What do Jane Goodall, George Lucas, Marie Curie and Leonardo da Vinci all have in common? Each is a famous person who has kept a field journal. Now it's your turn to begin your own life-long field journaling adventure when you join me in the studio for this eco-inspired winter curiosity workshop.  During the class, all participants will  receive their own journal, learn important field journaling techniques about observing science in nature, and then capture these exquisite moments to keep forever. While learning about the fascinating natural history of this season, implementing this field journaling process will foster creativity in the arts and sciences, improve memory, and promote relaxation.  Best of all, it brings us closer to our outdoor world and encourages all who participate to "speak for the trees" and become ambassadors for the environment!


$25 per person for the class which includes a nature journal, writing tools and a pencil ca

If you have a group of students (scout/youth group/ school group/work group etc.)  interested in scheduling field journaling programming, please contact us by email to discuss options.

Class sizes are limited and filled on a first-come first-served basis.  


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