Partying at the Art Loft

Jewelry Making Art Party at the Art Loft

Our first Art Party was a huge success! We had a wonderful turnout and everyone had a relaxing afternoon making jewelry and making friends.

Karen Olson brought her bead stash to share and each person went home with a few pairs of earring to wear or give as gifts. Karen promised she would do another free class in the early spring! We can’t wait!!

But if you can’t wait until spring, she will be teaching a class in metalwork in January. Click here to sign up.

There will be a free art party at the Art Loft every month, each with a different instructor and theme. In January, it will be Melissa Kelly with ‘Reviving Creativity.’ Check it out here.

See you there!


Art Party - The Art Loft


Art Party - The Art Loft


Art Party - The Art Loft


Art Party - The Art Loft


Art Party - The Art Loft


Art Party - The Art Loft


If you are interested in hosting your own art party, you can rent the Art Loft  space by the hour. Artists are also available to lead a group in your chosen medium if you like.








Free Art Party – Knitting with Kim @ French_Knots

Hey everyone! We are going to have a knitting party!!

Kim Nicoll aka @french_knots is going to teach us all how to knit. Whether you have never picked up a stitch or you are a seasoned knitting fanatic it’s sure to be a fun afternoon at the Art Loft! Kim has a collection of yarn and needles to share with you, so you will be able to bring your project home and keep working on it.

Hot cocoa and snacks included. Bring along the kids so they can give it a try too. And knitting is not just for girls. Guys need warm scarves too!

Register below to claim your spot.


About your instructor – Kim Nicoll

Artist Bio:Kimberly Anne Nicoll

Art has been a cherished part of my life as far back as I can remember. I have enjoyed exploring different mediums such as painting, photography, woodwork and sewing. I am now a mother of a fabulous four-year-old who I have the joy and privilege of spending every day with! I want to offer my son as many opportunities for artistic expressions as possible. Together we have made our own play dough and finger paints and enjoyed endless art and craft projects. I marvel at the choices children make in color, style, and the personal techniques they develop. I love to hear the stories behind their drawings. It offers so much insight into what occupies their minds and what just makes them giggle!