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Lemon Street Gallery & Artspace, Inc. 
4601 Sheridan Road
Kenosha, WI 53140

Painting – Beginner & Beyond​

Saturdays-  Sept 9th -30th         9:30am -noon

Thursdays -  Oct 5th - 26th           1-3:30pm    

                     Nov 9th - Dec 7th     1-3:30pm 

Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished painter, this is the painting class for you! For those of you who don’t know Kathy, she’s a gifted artist, but equally important to her students, she’s a patient, empowering instructor. You will learn a lot from her calm, skilled approach! Oil painters bring oil paints, no-odor turpentine and Liquin paint medium. Acrylic painters bring acrylic paints, acrylic gel medium. Everyone bring brushes, pallet knife and a canvas, board or whatever surface you wish to paint on. Bring images if you want them for reference. Register early, class size is limited to 8 students.
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Instructor for Saturday classes: Julie Latayan
Instructor for Thursday classes: Kathleen Laybourn, MFA

Fee: $75 

Color Theory - 3 week session   NEW

Thursdays September 14- 28th 1-3.30pm

This class is where intuition and knowledge meet. Based on the theories of Albers and Itten, students will explore the concepts of value and color by painting a 10 pt. gray-scale and color wheel, which are useful reference tools for painters or graphic designers, along with other exercises that demonstrate useful color theory concepts. You will need a basic set of acrylic paints, a few brushes, pallet and water container. Paper will be supplied by the instructor.
Instructor: Kathleen Laybourn MFA
Fee: $60

Acrylic Grounds and Drawing: Combining Media from paints to pencils   

Saturday November 4th 12:00 - -4:00pm 

There are amazing surfaces with acrylic grounds and on which to combine drawing media with paints. We will cover the amazing surfaces of micaceous iron oxide, molding paste with charcoal and conte crayon, and drawing on molding pastes . We will transform black and white photos with colored pencils over a layer of acrylic ground for pastels as well as using our acrylic "high Flow" paint in paint pens. Also covered will be a discussion of prepping unusual surfaces.
Artists of all levels are welcome

Instructor: Sandie Bacon
Fee: $45 

​Exploratory Drawing - 4 week session

Wednesdays-  Sept 20th - Oct 11th   6-8:pm

Open to those exploring drawing on their own, seeking guidance and to those taking various art classes. The goal of this class is to further the students vision, sight and confidence to continue drawing exploration long after the class is over. Self-chosen assignments will be given and discussed at the end of class, to help students grow their goals and ideas. Supplies: large drawing paper pad, pencils, charcoal products, graphite, Conte crayons( natural colors), of own choosing. Erasers, rag/paper towels. Can bring in object/photo they want to work on. Realism, abstraction, light sources, and perspectives can be addressed. 

Instructor: Kim Halley 
  Fee: $75

​Stained Glass Seminar 


  Sept 17th           9am - 1pm         FULL

  Oct 22nd            9am - 1pm          FULL 
  Nov 19th            9am - 1pm           FULL

  Dec 17th           9am - 1pm  

  Jan 21st, 2018 9am - 1 pm 

This hands-on class introduces students to copper-foil method (Tiffany style) stained glass craft by completing a small project. You will design a small sun-catcher, select and cut the glass, grind each piece, foil them and then solder the glass pieces together. The supply fee of $5. (paid to the instructor) covers all supplies needed. 

Instructor: Melanie Hovey
Supply fee: $5 to instructor
Fee: $45


Kumihimo Classes:

Kumihimo is a traditional Japanese braiding technique that goes back to the day of the samurai. Jeanne Richard from Florida will be teaching a series in this unique braiding technique.

Intro to Kumihimo (Choose from one date)

Wednesday Oct 18th 6pm - 9pm

​Friday         Oct 20th  6pm - 9pm  

Saturday      Oct 21st 9am - 12pm

This 3 hour class will provide an opportunity to learn the technique of using two colors to make a round braid using 8 cords on a special Kumihimo disk. We will learn the basics of kumihimo: building your toolkit; choosing braiding material; determining amount of braiding material; setting up your disk; making a keychain. Class size is limited to 8 students. Appropriate for ages 14 and up. Supplies provided by the instructor include Kumihimo disk; Bobbins; small tube of glue; dental floss; weight to attach to braid; braiding material; end caps; handout. Supply fee of $12. To be paid to instructor the day of class. Supplies to bring: sharp scissors; tape measure. Appropriate for ages 13+
Instructor: Jeanne Richard
Fee: $35.

Laramie Braid- Advanced Kumihimo

Thursday Oct 19th     5:30pm – 9:30pm OR

Sunday Oct 22nd      2pm – 6pm 

The Laramie braid requires a core to braid around. The core can be made of many materials; a piece of rope or satin cord, several pieces of yarn, a piece of plastic tubing or wire. It can be firm or flexible depending on the intended use. The core is completely covered in the process of braiding. The size of the core will affect the width of the braid. A thicker core means a wider braid and vice versa. The core should measure approximately 12 inches longer than the desired finished braid. Class Pre-requisite: Intro to Kumihimo. Materials brought by students from beginning class: kumihimo disk, weight, bobbins, and glue (from basic class) sharp scissors, measuring tape. Materials provided by instructor for $6.00 supplies fee: 2 additional bobbins, braiding materials, seed beads. Because we will be using 10 cords, additional bobbins are required.
Class: 4 hours. Limit 8 students. Appropriate for ages 13+
Instructor: Jeanne Richard
Fee: $45.

Half Round Braid - Advanced Kumihimo

Saturday Oct 21st       1pm – 4pm 

Tuesday, Oct 24th        6pm - 9pm 

This pattern produces a beautiful flat braid with one side being slightly rounded. An interesting chevron pattern runs down the center. It works best with wider threads, yarns and ribbons. This braid can be very effectively embellished with beads after braiding. Make a key chain or necklace using this technique. We will use 2 colors of nylon cord. Pre-requisite: Intro to Kumihimo. We will make a necklace so time does not allow teaching basic principles. Materials provided by instructor include: Braiding material; Keychain handout; end caps; bail. Materials fee $6.00 for a keychain OR $10.00 for necklace. Materials to bring: Kumihimo disk, glue, weight, bobbins (from basic class)
Class: 3 hours; limited to 8. Appropriate for ages 13+ Instructor: Jeanne Richard
Fee: $35.

Upcylced Mittens – Choose from one workshop

Monday    November 6th        11am – 2 pm OR  
                                                 6pm - 9pm

Monday     December 4th       11am – 2pm OR  
                                                 6pm – 9pm 

Warm, fuzzy and made from upcycled sweaters. Keep your hands cozy the rest of the winter in this workshop with Betsy. Using a pattern made from tracing your hand (or pre-traced from someone special) and new fleece for a lining you will leave with a one of a kind re-purposed accessory. Class: 3 hours. Basic sewing skills are a must. Please bring fabric shears if you have them. Let us know if you can bring a sewing machine too!

Instructor: Betsy Davis Supply fee: $5 to instructor 
  Class fee: $35 

ART al a Carte!

Gather four to six of your friends for a private 3-hour class. Choose from stained glass, soap making, soaps fordogs, bath salts, soap felting, flirty flip-flops, clay pinch pots, or mosaic mirror. The cost is just $100 for up to 6 people plus a small materials fee. Classes are scheduled at your group's convenience. Email or call 262.605.4745 to make arrangemCheck back for class updates 
and additions!

Easy ways to register for classes:

Online here!

Call 262-605-4745

Stop in at 4601Sheridan Rd or

Message us on Facebook! 

Pottery Classes:

Handbuilding Class - 4 week session

Tuesdays- Sept 5th - 26th 6-8:30  

During this 4 week session, students will learn basic hand-building techniques like coil, slab and pinch pots and how to create both
functional and sculptural masterpieces. Additionally, surface design and glaze interactions will be discovered. All clay required for this class is included. Learn the ins and outs of our open clay studio while gaining the confidence to work independently in an open studio environment.

Instructor: Betsy Davis
Fee: $75 

Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel

Tuesday & Thursday Aug 22nd (6-9pm) & 24th (6-8pm)      FULL 
Monday & Wednesday Sept 25th (6-9pm) & 27th (6-8pm)    FULL

Monday & Wednesday Oct 23rd (6-9pm) & 25th (6-8pm)      FULL

Tuesday & Thursday Oct 24th (6-9pm) & 26th (6-8pm)
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Monday & Wednesday Nov 13th (6-9pm) & 15th (6-8pm)

Tuesday & Thursday Nov 14th (6-9pm) & 16th (6-8pm)

Monday & Wednesday Dec 11th (6-9pm) & 13th (6-8pm) 

Tuesday & Thursday Dec 12th (6-9pm) & 14th (6-8pm)

Learn the basics of throwing on a potter’s wheel in this introductory two session workshop. In the first class, students will learn the techniques of wedging, centering and opening a vessel. The second session students will learn to trim the vessel made in the first class. This workshop is designed to build confidence in students enabling them to work in the open clay studio independently. Class size is limited to 4 students so register early! If registering for more than one, please call 262-605-4745 for availability. Clay included in the tuition. 

  Instructor: Betsy Davis 

  Fee: $55

Surface Design Workshop

​Wednesday    October 11th     6-8:30pm

Expand your knowledge of surface design/decorating techniques in this workshop. The group will work on pre-made clay tiles at various stages to create visual and textural interest. See what happens when making textile impressions, clay stamps and slip decorations wet clay. Additionally learn Sgrafitto, carving, etching and appliques on firm clay. Layering glaze, washes and using resists on fired clay will also be part of this class. Bring your own textiles or tools that you think would make interesting textures and experiment! 

Instructor: Betsy Davis  
Fee: $30

​Halloween Pottery Workshop

Friday      October 6th          6-8:30pm 

Create something together at this Halloween inspired pottery workshop. Team up with your child, partner or work on your own to bring out your inner monster by making your own ghostly or ghoulish or witchy keepsake for the popular fall festivities. In this class you will watch a short demonstration by Betsy Davis and you will be ready to dig in and create! Your pieces will be clear glazed by us, fired and ready in plenty of time to be spooktacular! Instructor: Betsy Davis Fee: $30 Includes clay, glaze and firing. 

​Christmas Ornaments – Choose from two sessions

Wednesday       November 1st                6-8pm  or 

                        November 8th                6-8pm 

The holidays will be here before you know it! Ornaments you create yourself make great gifts for teachers and friends, stocking stuffers and keepsakes for years to come. You and your child or partner (or on your own) will get a pound of clay from which you will roll out flat and cut your own ornaments. We have a bin full of cookie cutters to cut out the shapes and even more bins full of stuff you can press into the soft clay to add interesting surface decorations. Feel free to bring your own cookie cutters or textures to use. When you finish making your ornaments, we’ll let them dry in our studio and then bisque fire them. After the ornaments are fired once, you can take them home to paint with acrylic paint or return at any time you like to glaze them in our studio. Once finished, we’ll glaze and fire them again. Instructor: Betsy Davis Fee: $30

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