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17 Elm Street
East Aurora, NY, 14052
United States

716-655-1015

MUSEjar is a dynamic art studio and carefully curated art shop, built to foster creativity and inspiration in both artists and aspiring creatives. We offer a wide variety of workshops and private events for all ages.

Workshops

Fun and creative art classes for adults and kids. Our schedule is full of painting, clay, drawing, wood burning, and DIY classes. 

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Alcohol Ink Elephants at Parkside Meadow

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REGISTRATION FOR THIS CLASS IS CLOSED. CHECK OUT FUTURE ALCOHOL INK CLASSES.

Join Laura from LaCott Fine Art at Parkside Meadow for a crowd favorite! Explore Alcohol Ink and its application in painting to create a one of a kind Elephant print on Yupo paper. Utilize inks to mimic the effect of watercolor in bold and vivid colors. Print includes professional matte package to fit in 11”x14” frame.

Side note - you are not limited to only the elephant inspired designs - you are welcome to request a specific animal reference. Please note this requested must be submitted to Instructor no more then 48 hours prior to class.

Beverages and food will be available to order à la carte for your enjoyment!

$40

Location: Parkside Meadow2 Russell Street, Buffalo, New York 14214

Ages: 16 years and up - no experience necessary!

Materials: All supplies are included.

Instructor: Laura Cott of LaCott Fine Art

Laura Cott is artist + owner of LaCott Fine Art living and working in Western New York, based out of a studio in the city of Buffalo. Cott grew up in Western NY and graduated from Buffalo State College with a Bachelors in Fine Arts degree in painting. She works closely with other creative minds in her community to pursue the teaching of the arts in WNY while pursing her passion to create, paint and make everyday. It was through trail and error that she came across her mug painting process as well as her Mixed Media Painting style. Like anything in life, the best things come unexpectedly. Her  pieces create an opportunity for people who may not seek out traditional fine art, capture a piece of it in their everyday life, like drinking a cup of coffee.

Cott’s art is driven from natural surroundings and the visual storytelling of the interaction of light, line and color. She works primarily with paint and non-traditional materials.  Her philosophy toward creating work is based on that everything is a product of creative experience. These artistic choices convey stories of atmosphere and emotion through expressive line, color, free brush work and texture.

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NOTE: All classes require a minimum number of students to run. Please sign up in advance to help avoid cancellation due to low registration. In the case of a cancellation you will be notified prior and receive a full refund. Please read our class policies.

Earlier Event: September 19
Delaware Park Wood Burning at Parkside Meadow
Later Event: September 26
Clay Slab Mugs