Coyote Fire Arts is excited to open our Kid’s Outdoor Studio. Join us for themed weekly nature-based art classes. This is an opportunity for kids to connect with nature and create art outdoors!
Registration is monthly. We are currently enrolling for Friday Colorin’ Coyotes class in November.
We are also enrolling for a Saturday’s in November Drawing in Nature class for kids ages 9-12.
Colorin’ Coyotes (ages 5-10) is designed to explore skills in specific of nature-based art making while connecting with Nature!
Saturdays Drawing in Nature (ages 9 -12) is a class for those who want to develop and improve drawing skills in Nature.
October 26, 9 am - noon in The Outdoor Studio (1114 Temkin Avenue Madison, Wi)
“Nature always wears the colors of the spirit.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Together with Nature we will explore the world of color.
In this time of the bountiful harvest we will experiment with all that Nature is giving us to create beautiful fluid color. Join Kati on October 26, 9 am - noon , in her outdoor studio space on the West side of Madison. She will share about our relationship to plants and art making as we explore the color giving plants that live all around us. We will process plant material and craft simple writing tools. Participants will leave with several colors of plant based ink, knowledge to repeat the process, and a writing tool.
3 hour workshop/ $35 - 55 sliding scale
Coyote Fire workshops and classes are offered on a sliding scale fee to reach wider audiences with varying income levels. Please select the price that is affordable to you. Find more information about how to select the fee that is right for you here.
“Printmaking like sex is not solely about reproduction.” - Unknown
Woodcutting is one of the oldest forms of artmaking, beginning in China in the 5th century. The Japanese later created sophisticated images in woodcut referred to ukiyo-e or “floating world.” Come learn more about this ancient tradition of art making.
We will cut or carve a design into wood and use ink to make prints on paper. We will craft a brayer (ink roller tool) from sticks and leather. In the final step, we will print our woodcuts on paper.
You will need to bring a design that you are interested in carving. Carving tools will be supplied.
This workshop is being offered through Wild Harvest Nature Connection (WHNC) please follow this link to register. (Clicking the Register link will take you to the WHNC website for registration).
Students ages 9 and up
Join local artist, Kati Lambert in her outdoor studio space to explore and improve drawing skills through nature. Together we will identify your drawing goals. We will practice drawing and seeing skills in Nature. Lessons will be catered to your individual goals and interests. Drawing challenges will be designed just for you to help you push creative boundaries. Professional quality supplies will be provided. Draw alongside a skilled artist and learn through example and practice and the inspiration all around us in Nature.
1.5 hour private session/ $35 - 45 sliding scale.
Inquire about group lessons.
Lessons by appointment. Call or email to schedule lessons. 608-333-9629
“We now know enough to know that we will never know everything. This is why we need art: it teaches us how to live with mystery…When we venture beyond the edge of our knowledge, all we have is art.” – Jonah Lehrer, Proust Was a Neuroscientist
The Women’s Monthly Hand Making Circle is a series of workshops that are designed to use the healing power of hand making to bring women together as they establish shared experiences with each other.
This friendly environment fosters a feeling of community, remembering, and belonging. Hand making happens in nature within a shelter warmed by a wood stove (on cold days when the wood stove will not be enough to keep our fingers warm, we will venture into a home setting with fireplace). All supplies will be provided and music will play (dancing is welcome)!
Let’s explore the mystery of creativity among our Sisters!