Painting on Glass NEW! In-Store Class Sept 18
Painting on Glass! NEW! In-Store Class
Sunday, September 18, 11:30-4:30pm MT
Instructor: Jone Hallmark
Limit: 7 students
This class from Santa Fe artist Jone Hallmark is part of her Scandinavian Pattern Play series. It features little glass vases and bottles decorated in white with her charming patterns. Her work is reminiscent of Rosemåling, a type of decorative painting that uses only a few simple pen and brush strokes to form floral ornamentation and scrollwork. No painting or drawing experience is required. You’ll quickly learn how to create these beautifully flowing designs – flowers, small birds, and sweeping stems with leaves and berries – by working from Jone’s small, hand drawn booklet. (She creates a new one for each class!) Practice drawing the individual shapes with pencil and paper before combining them to create your own design. Recreate your design on one of the glass pieces Jone provides, such as a small vase, a bottle, or other item. You can also bring in your own that’s been washed and thoroughly dried.
What a lovely gift, especially when paired with flowers! As a charming alternative, fill one of the stoppered bottles with fresh dried lavender or other treasure. Jone also has other ideas for you to consider. You’ll take the special white pen home so it will be easy to keep on painting!
As always with Jone’s classes, expect her to have some fun surprises.
There is a 30 minute break for snacks/lunch.
Join us in the store for Jone’s Pop-Up Shop September 14, Wednesday, 3-5pm!
Masks are required for all students and instructors (covering nose and mouth). Students will be provided their own set of tools, sanitized between every class session. Due to the size of our class space we are unable to practice social distancing in the classroom. Staff will also be wearing masks. The requirements for store customers will follow Boulder County mask mandates.
Please bring the following materials:
- Optional: apron
- Optional: small jar, bottle, votive, or other clear glass piece that’s been washed and thoroughly dried
Class Materials Include:
- Selection of glass items to paint on
- Small picture frame for painting
- White paint pens formulated for use on glass
- Small booklet with instructions and designs for inspiration
Class Refund/Cancellation Policy
Cancellations made up to 14 days prior to the first class meeting will be refunded or, at the participant's option, used to pay for another class. Two Hands Paperie will retain a $10 processing fee for EACH class cancelled by a participant. After 14 days, there is no refund or credit. In addition, the fee for a class cancelled within this 14-day timeframe by a participant cannot be transferred to pay for another class. These policies are to ensure that teachers are compensated for their investment in materials and in time spent preparing for the class. We reserve the right to cancel a class if fewer than 3 students enroll 48 hours prior to the scheduled class time. If for any reason Two Hands Paperie cancels a class, students will be called at the phone number on file and refunded the FULL class fee.
Santa Fe artist Jone Hallmark, who says of herself, “I tend to work in a two-inch square!”, has created her own little world of magical delights. Each tiny wonder – from the cleverest fox or hedgehog to a charming parade of flower-bearing young girls – is handcrafted from paper clay, wire, wood, and other tiny bits and pieces. Her sophisticated yet simple designs show the influence of both her father’s Scandinavian heritage and the intricate painted miniatures she collected when living in Switzerland. Her affinity for using small, ordinary objects comes from her mom, also a graphic designer and artist. She taught Jone that you can make just about anything you want instead of going to a store to buy it. Jone’s creative life started on the floor of her father’s studio, where she sat as a child surrounded by brushes, paints, and a treasure of paper.
Her passion for design eventually led to work developing store displays, award-winning lines of decorated papers, and the beloved Bryce and Madeline stickers. One day, after twenty years of licensing her artwork for other people’s products, Jone realized that she needed to get back to basics and simplify. In that moment, her tiny little world was born. Now she spends her time teaching, drawing, painting, and making huge messes on every available flat surface. See her work on Instagram at @jonehallmark.