All of our current programming through May 1

has been postponed at this time and will be rescheduled when we have more information. Email: Stephanie@artmusichistory.org with questions.

April

Artist in Residence

Micki

High

Upon her first experience with cold wax painting, Micki found that all the atmospheric and abstract realism that she admired in oils was finally attainable to her via this medium! She has since tested methods and pushed herself to find her artistic voice. Her works often begin with broad strokes of color and develop with the emergence of variations in shape sizes, colors, geometric lines and organic shapes.

Cold Wax

TBD

10:30-3:30 pm

In this workshop for beginners, students will be introduced to Cold Wax Medium as a form of painting in an abstract manner. We will discuss the options available to the artist using this medium, including excavation, reduction, and texture. By creating multiple paintings on one substrate, you can explore and compare painting with unexpected color combinations and in monotones. Finally, we will explore how to frame your pieces.

This will be a fun, exploratory class meant for the beginner, during which you can explore a new medium, test whether it is one that you would like to pursue further, meet other curious creatives, and perhaps take home some art you’d like to hang in your home! I look forward to exploring with you! Some supplies are provided. The supply list for the remaining items needed is available online.

$68 CCC Members / $82 Non-Members

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May

Artist in Residence

Beth

Ratledge

Beth grew up in Cedarburg, where she was exposed to many different types of visual and performing arts. Both of her parents were accomplished artists. Beth learned techniques in painting, drawing, stained glass, copper enameling, weaving, and silk screening. She graduated with a degree in technical theater and art. She enjoys creating and teaching classes in jewelry making and copper enameling. Her artwork is represented at the CCC and at Oniomania in West Allis.

Copper Enamel Garden Landscape

Saturday, May 9: 10:30-1:30 pm

Join us in this fascinating and popular workshop as Beth guides us in transforming powdered glass and copper into a mini-masterpiece. This is Mother’s Day weekend so treat the Moms in your life to this special experience together. Create and kiln-fire your own miniature enameled landscape…or choose a contemporary free-form design. It’s suitable for framing so bring a matted picture frame for 2”x3” art. We will celebrate your finished piece with a refreshing Mimosa! All supplies and first Mimosa are included.

$42 CCC Members / $50 Non-Members

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CEDARBURG CULTURAL CENTER

W62 N546 Washington Avenue

Cedarburg, WI  53012

262-375-3676

Email: stephanie@artmusichistory.org

KUHEFUSS HOUSE MUSEUM

W63 N6194 Washington Avenue

Cedarburg, WI  53012

Call 262-375-3676 for hours.