If you have an artistic side, you find inspiration everywhere during spring: in blossoming flowers, the clear blue skies, and vibrant spring colors.
If you want to unleash your inner artist and let spring inspire you, Phoenix has a variety of artistic outlets. Grab a brush, set up a canvas, or get your hands dirty molding clay. It’s time to make some beautiful art.
Catering to artists of all skill levels, Scrappy Craft offers classes to help hone your skills, and has all the tools you need to make amazing art. They have everything for oil, watercolor, calligraphy, scrapbooking, jewelry and more. You can make a variety of crafts — including homemade cards — that will amaze your family and friends. Who doesn’t love getting a handmade card in the mail? Your family will also love learning a new skill during one of Scrappy Craft’s classes. It’s the perfect spring activity!
Owned by Jeff Edwards and Liz O’Brien — a father and daughter ceramicist duo — this family business is passionate about ceramics. They have a variety of fun classes, including a beginning ceramics pottery workshop, an introductory class to hand-building functional tableware, and much more! Additionally, Northwest Ceramics has classes just for the kids. You can also support this crafty local business by perusing their online shop for fun things like sweatshirts, dishes, serving bowls and mugs.
Wine & Brush
Sip on a glass of delicious wine as you relax and paint your own unique masterpiece. Wine & Brush offers fun classes that also teach you the proper painting techniques so you can leave with a piece you’re proud to hang on your wall. They cater to every skill level, and even have fun parent and child classes. It’s a great way to get the whole family involved! Visit their Facebook page for the latest information on classes.
Arts & Crafts For Everyone
When you feel inspired to create, visit Phoenix and enjoy numerous artistic activities. It’s fun to make something from scratch. Enjoy your creation for years to come, or share it with someone special!
Photo Credit: NW Ceramics Studio Facebook page