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Classes

Lemon Street Gallery & Artspace, Inc. 
4601 Sheridan Road
Kenosha, WI 53140
                                                                             262.605.4745

Painting – Beginner & Beyond​


Saturdays-  Mar 24th - Apr 21st     9:30am - noon
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                 May 12th - June 2nd    9:30am - noon   

​                 June 23rd - July 14th   9:30am - noon 


Thursdays - Mar 15th - Apr 12th   1:00pm - 3:30pm     FULL

                   Apr 26th - May 17th  1:00pm - 3:30pm

                  May 31st - June 21st  1:00pm - 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.
Click here for Supply List

Instructor for Saturday classes: Julie Latayan
Instructor for Thursday classes: Kathleen Laybourn, MFA

Fee: $75 

Watercolor Landscape Workshop
Saturday: April 21st 1-5pm 

Learn the loose landscape style of Sujit Sudhi in this one day workshop designed for those with some watercolor painting experience. The first portion of the day will focus on design concept, watercolor washes and when to use what technique. Sujit will cover points of interest and how to create one when beginning a painting. After a demonstration by the artist, students will paint, on their own and there will be a discussion of the finished pieces. Participants should plan to bring watercolor paper, paint and brushers. There are limited drawing boards available, so bring one if you have it. Watercolor blocks may be used instead of a drawing board. 

Instructor: Sujit Sudhi Fee: $30


Stained Glass Seminar 
​Sundays-  
    Apr. 22nd                9 am - 1 pm                     FULL

    May 20th                 9 am - 1 pm 

   June 24th                 9 am - 1 pm  

​   July 22nd                 9 am - 1 pm     

Saturday -                  
   May 19th                 4 pm - 8 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




















































  


Spa Sessions:

Basic Soap Making  (two dates to choose from)

​                April 12th           6pm - 8pm


The ancient Greeks knew the art of soap making. Learn some of the interesting history of soap while you make a pound of it with your own hands. The mild soap created in this class is made the old fashioned way, “from scratch,” using lye and oils. Appropriate age for this class is 16+.  Supply Fee:  $13

Instructor: Laura Zielinski
Class Fee: $30

Soapmaking  - Adding Color & Fragrance
Sunday, March 11th 1-3pm or

Thursday, April 26th 6-8pm 

​Learn to add fragrance and color to your handmade soaps. You will create a personalized pound of beautiful soap. You design the look and smell of this curable soap. The Basic Soap Making Class is a prerequisite.  Supply Fee: $15 per person

Instructor: Laura Zielinski
 Class Fee: $30

Sensational Skin Scrubs
Thursday, May 10th   6-8pm

Do you love using spa scrubs to exfoliate your skin? Now you can make them at home! Learn to combine some commonly available and some not so commonly available ingredients to make the perfect spa scrub formulation for your skin. Supply Fee $15 
Instructor: Laura Zielinski
Class Fee $30

​Fiber Series:
Birds Nest Button 
Tuesday: May 8th 6-8pm 

Thread button making is easy, fun and endlessly creative. The making of thread buttons reached its height of popularity during the late 17th century in Dorset England. The Bird’s Nest style was one of the most popular styles and was used on clothing when a soft, comfortable button was desired. If you crochet, knit or sew and have a hard time finding buttons to match you projects this is an awesome class for you. 
Instructor: Laura Zielinski
Class Fee: $30

Wagon Wheel Button 
Tuesday: June 5th 6-8pm

Cartwheel buttons, another popular thread button style, are fun to make open up a world of creative possibilities. Small and portable, this is a great take-with-you craft. It’s also great for those who crochet, knit or sew and have a hard time finding buttons to match that special project. 
Instructor: Laura Zielinski
Class Fee: $30


Spinning with a Drop Spindle
Wednesdays: June 6th – June 20th 6-8pm 

A drop spindle is a simple tool, which connects us to the past. For thousands of years, hand spindles provided the only means to obtain clothing from fibers. This device was used to create every length of yarn from coarse linen thread for sails, to the finest silks for royal robes. Drop spinning is fun and relatively easy to learn. By the end of the first class you will have learned the basics of this art, and will begin forming yarn on your own drop spindle. The remaining classes will be spent spinning, troubleshooting difficulties, and learning to "wind off" and set your yarn.  
Instructor: Laura Zielinski
Supply Fee: $20
Class Fee: $65




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
beth@lemonstreetgallery.org 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 4601 Sheridan Rd or

Message us on Facebook! 

Pottery Classes:


Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel

Monday & Wednesday, Mar. 26th (6-9pm) & 27th (6-8pm) 

Tuesday & Thursday, Mar. 27th (6-9pm) & 29th (6-8pm)         FULL

Monday & Wednesday, April 16th (6-9pm) & 18th (6-8pm)      FULL

Tuesday & Thursday, April 17th (6-9pm) & 19th (6-8pm)

Monday & Wednesday, May 21st (6-9pm) & 23rd (6-8pm)

Tuesday & Thursday, May 22nd (6-9pm) & 24th (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

Advanced Sculpting Class

Saturdays- May 12th – June 2nd 1-3pm (four weeks)

With your hands you will build almost anything you can imagine. 
Using coils, slabs and pinch pots artist will be creating freestanding sculptures from clay. An armature (supporting structure) will also be used when necessary. Required supplies - Image of inspiration, clay (available at Lemon Street), basic sculpting tools, 1/2” Flange and pipe and a 10X10 piece of wood available at hardware stores.
Instructor: Julie Latayan 
Fee: $75.


​Pottery Workshops

​​Hand building workshops in which everyone works on the same project. Create your own garden stakes, bird house, flask vessel and mini glasses or learn to use the extruder and make a vase in these one night workshops. Build your piece during class and return to glaze at your leisure. Tuition includes the cost of the clay used for projects. Some classes require a supply fee to be paid the day of class.  

Instructor: Betsy Davis 
Fee: $30

Garden Markers
 Tuesday, March 13th                       6-8:30pm

Build A Birdhouse ($5. supply fee)
(​family friendly - adults must accompany children)
Monday, April 9th                               6-8:30pm

​Flasks & Shot Glasses ($5. supply fee)
​Friday, April 13th                                6-9pm

Extruded Vases ($5. supply fee)        
​Tuesday, May 15th                            6-8:30pm

Landscape Wall Hanging ($5. supply fee)
​(family friendly - adults must accompany children)
Wednesday, June 20th                      1-3pm    


HELP! I can't Glaze! (choose from one date)
Saturday, April 21st                       10am - noon

Saturday, June 2nd                        10am - noon

Need a little direction for all those pieces you’ve been making in The Clay Studio? Now is your chance to learn which glaze does what when you apply it to your bisque piece. Learn about how glazed react to texture, the difference between translucent and opaque glazes, what is food safe and what isn’t and so much more. You must bring a piece that is ready to glaze and Betsy will give you the confidence to complete your masterpiece.  
Instructor: Betsy Davis
Fee:$ 25

Glaze a Pot for Mom, or A Vase Only A Mother Could Love
(Choose one on 2 time slots)  
Saturday, May 5th        10am - 11am       OR         11am - noon  



Bring an adult along and glaze a professionally handmade vase just in time for Mother’s Day. Instructor Betsy Davis has some vases/pots all set for your finishing touches. After they are glazed, the piece will be fired and ready for pick up before May 13th. Each vase/pot is only $5. Various styles are available to choose from. This is for yungins only, but an adult must be with the student.  
Instructor: Betsy Davis
Fee: $10

Contact Us

Classes are first come first served. They fill up quickly, so please register as soon as possible to ensure your spot. 

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