Silver and Sage Utah offers a variety of art classes to feed your curiosity and inner artist. We are excited to have you come learn a new skill with us as we share our knowledge, passion and love of our medium. The majority of our classes are all-inclusive, meaning that all you need to do is show up, we will have the materials ready for you to use.
The three types of classes we offer are:
- on-going classes where you can purchase a class that you can schedule with the artist at your convenience.
- scheduled single day classes are offered on a specific date at a set time
- workshops are several days of instruction and often scheduled months in advance
For on-going classes you have a six(6) month window to schedule the class. If your life changes and you cannot take the class, please contact the instructor directly (best) or send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheduled single day classes are non-refundable unless the class size requirement is not met. If this occurs Silver & Sage Studios will issue you a full refund.
Workshops require considerable planning and materials and are not refundable within 30 days. If you purchase a workshop and can no longer attend, and its start date is more than 30 days, please contact the artist directly, or send a message to email@example.com
Silver and Sage Utah is a women owned USA business comprised of five female artists who create handmade original art to sell here and in our retail store in Eden Utah. We strive to provide art that is both inspiring and brings happiness to your life. At Silver and Sage Utah we provide small group intimate classes where we teach you the skills behind our passion, our artistic mediums. We have four teaching artists that host adult art classes in Utah. Susan Snyder is a naturalist that produces stunning watercolor paintings inspired by her keen eye focused on nature. Kate Bruce produces bright and bold acrylic paintings of florals and charming animals that are sure to make you smile. Barb Wesley takes glass fusing to the next level through here abstract and nature derived pendants, panels and dishes. Amie Preston hand forges silver and copper jewelry that has a story to tell, deliberate in its creation and engaging in its presentation. Barb Crosbie uses her muddy hands to shape fantastic functional forms.