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Cross My Art

Spokane, WA 99208
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Cross My Art in Spokane is a fine art center at Holy Cross Lutheran Church that strives to build a community of Christ through art classes for both children and adults. Fine art classes currently offered at Cross My Art include clay for kids, zentangle, stained glass, coffee and canvas, pop and paint, fused glass nightlights, mug-making, and glass garden stakes. Classes range in cost, and convenient online preregistration is available.

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Jessica L. Bryant

Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
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Jessica L. Bryant is a Coeur d'Alene-based artist who serves as an artist in residence for America's National Parks. She also teaches public art classes for youth and adults, BYOB paint nights, and a summer art camp for kids. Private and custom classes are also available. Bryant's work has been exhibited nationally at such locations as the American Watercolor Society, Northwest Watercolor Society, the United States Botanical Gardens, and Google Cultural Institute. Her work has been published in the North Light Book Series on watercolor, Splash, as well as multiple magazines. Bryant is the director of the Fine Arts League at Sorensen Magnet School of the Arts and Humanities. Interested students can request information about upcoming classes by emailing

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Spokane Art School

Spokane, WA 99205
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Spokane Art School operates with the mission of helping residents create and enjoy art. This private, nonprofit institution was founded in 1968 and has taught thousands of children and adults over the years. Current class offerings include pottery, mixed media drawing exploration, nontraditional print-making techniques, gemstone and pearl necklaces, mother-daughter collage playdate, baby bird sculpture, beaded bracelets, and more. The cost of each class varies depending on its length and the type of supplies required. Private art parties featuring clay, painting, and crafts for up to 12 kids are also available.

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The New Moon Art Gallery

Spokane, WA 99202
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Spokane's The New Moon Art Gallery displays and sells fine art and handmade crafts along with art parties, shows, and classes. Upcoming classes include Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife & Beyond; Mono Printing and Collage Workshop; Seed Bead Earrings; Fiber Play; Mosaic Stepping Stone Workshop; Spirit of Women Workshop; and Eco-Printing Make and Take. Private art parties can be held either at the studio or at the client's home and include options such as jewelry making, basic painting techniques, folk art, abstract exploration, self-portrait painting, and collaborative painting.

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The Paint Buzz

Coeur D Alene, ID 83814
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Located in Coeur d'Alene, The Paint Buzz is a locally owned mother-daughter studio specializing in paint and sip parties. An artist provides step by step instructions on painting the evening's subject matter while students enjoy beer, wine, and snacks. This business has earned a 4.9 out of 5-star customer review on Facebook, where they frequently offer specials. While the studio is currently 21 and over only, they are planning to offer children's classes in the future. Gift cards are available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are art lessons worth it?

A: Art lessons are worth it to some people and not to others. It’s recommended to try drawing or painting on your own before you pursue lessons. If you find you enjoy doing it at home and want to develop your skills, art lessons are a valuable investment.

Q: Is painting an expensive hobby?

A: Painting may feel like an expensive hobby in the beginning when you need to buy all the start-up materials and equipment. However, once you have the start-up costs down, the hobby is relatively inexpensive to maintain. Additionally, if you become skilled enough, you can sell your paintings and recoup some of your costs.

Q: What should I paint as a beginner?

A: Most beginners can benefit from painting objects or concepts that aren’t too complex and detailed. Some of the most popular painting concepts for beginners are:

  • Flowers
  • Silhouettes
  • Still life
  • 3D shapes
  • Clever lines
  • Abstract
However, note that artists enjoy themselves when they get to dictate what they want to paint. Remember, you’re painting for yourself, so paint what you want!

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