From Life Drawing with Art of Modeling, to crocheting with Tangle Turtle Arts, to basket weaving with Pretty Nice Creations, the Firehouse has many fun classes for adults!


December 11th 2-5pm Cost: $60 per class plus supplies

Age 13- Adult min 3 students max 10

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Design your own images and use iron on transfers just in time to make Christmas gifts. Students use digital images, photos, collaged images, and graphic elements to create their designs. They learn what printers and settings to use and how to safely set their work with a heat press.

Student Supplies:

Computer access at home or through library prior to class – will have a companion video on digital designing

A heat safe garment to iron onto

An Iron or contact instructor to help you find a loaner

Iron-on transfer paper (includes 4 sheets per student) $4 or


Ages: 14+

Price: $60 per 2 hour workshop
Let’s get together and draw letting loose of art school rules and letting your mind be the guide.
Let’s Draw! Have you ever wanted to be able to draw a flower on a hike or draw a portrait of your best friend or dog? Maybe you just want a fun way to spark your creative mind and drawing skills. Join local artist Sara L. Broers Brown and explore the magic of mindful-based drawing which is the foundation for 2-D and 3-D art as well as design. All levels of a of drawing enthusiast are invited from beginners to professional Let’s get ready for amazing skills. Basic materials will be provided and participants are welcome to bring a sketchbook, pencils and felt pens.
Your Instructor Sara Broers Brown:
Sara L. Broers Brown is a professional artist and art educator. Primarily, Sara works in 2D arts including painting and textiles. Her creations are alive with vivid color and organic line of paint, fabric, paper, and found objects. Sara’s award-winning art has participated in many national juried and gallery shows, artist in residence, and studio tours. Broers Brown is a licensed Colorado K-12 Art Educator and instructs all ages in private lessons as well as workshops in various media including acrylic and watercolor painting, drawing, and quilting.


Are you struggling with the ins and outs of starting or continuing a successful art business? Do you wish you could ask someone basic questions to help you avoid hours of research and banging your head on your desk in frustration? Questions like how to use square/credit card payments, how to approach retail stores and galleries, wholesale vs consignment vs shops vs booths, sales tax, business registration? Or just give you tips on local groups and opportunities happening in your community?

This workshop is customized to meet you at whatever stage you’re in with your art or creative business. The class size will be a max of 10 people in a similar situation to yourself. This provides the opportunity to learn from and lean on your fellow classmates and their experiences.

I’ll spend time ahead of the class gathering info and research before the class starts to answer your questions and provide resources to help you get started. If you still want more one-on-one help after the class I’m offering art career counseling starting at $150/mo or on demand sessions for $75/hr.

Fill out the questionnaire below to complete your registration and help me prepare answers and information for you ahead of the class! I look forward to meeting you!

Rachel Courtney has been interested in designing and creating art from a young age. She has been making hand-made jewelry, blankets and scarves for decades and recently started painting. She started crocheting in 2000 and has been making blankets for Project Linus ever since. She launched her Etsy store for Pretty Nice Creations in 2010 and has grown her online selling from scarves and blankets to a wide variety of crafts and graphic design work. She enjoys giving crafting classes – alcohol ink, jewelry making, painting and more.

Rachel received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communications in 2003 and a certificate in digital graphics technology in 2004. Her love of the simple beauties in life led to the founding of her graphic design company, Pretty Nice Creations where she can share her designs with the world. Beyond her graphics and textile work, Rachel is an accomplished photographer and marketing expert who helps local businesses grow their reach online and off.

The Firehouse is proud to offer a socially distanced life drawing session coordinated with Art of Modeling.

Short Sit- Dry and wet media only (wet media okay with restraint!): the Firehouse provides chairs and tables, BYO easel and supplies (newsprint and vine charcoal is available if you forget your supplies).

In this two-hour session poses vary from short gestures to 15 or 20 minute studies in an open-studio format. This is not an instructor-led class: artists are invited to practice their craft in their own style.

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MONDAYS- 6pm-8pm- In the Main Gallery

Members- $12
Non-Members- $15

Image: Brandy Coons

Long Pose Life Drawing Session (3 hours) with Art of Modeling.

Long poses- Dry and Wet media only: the Firehouse provides chairs and tables, BYO easel and supplies (newsprint and vine charcoal is available if you forget your supplies).

In this three-hour session starts with short gestures and moves into one to two LONG poses in an open-studio format. This is not an instructor-led class: artists are invited to practice their craft in their own style.

Sign up here!

4th SUNDAY of the MONTH- 6pm-9pm- In the Main Gallery

Members- $15
Non-Members- $23

Image: Elaine Waterman

All artists are responsible for cleaning their area after class. For distancing reasons, each person will need a separate table or must bring their own easel. No materials will be provided or shared. Space is LIMITED.

Classes are socially distanced and for ages 18+

Discount pricing for Firehouse Artist members, space is limited. Doors close 5 minutes after class start and open 15 minutes before.