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Terracotta Pullman

Holiday Card Painting and Making

Holiday Card Painting and Making

Regular price $45.00 USD
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Join two of our favorite multi-medium artists, Ivanka and Olga, to create a series of one-of-a-kind,  hand-painted holiday cards!  

In this all-ages, all-abilities workshop, students will use watercolor and graphic techniques to create small works of art, perfect for the mail or to frame. 

This workshop is a recurring series through December, so you can come as many times as you'd like to try new motifs.

All materials, including paints, brushes, pallets, instruction, cards and envelopes, is included in this workshop.

This workshop is offered at two times on Fridays:



Please, no children under 11 without a paying adult to accompany them. 

About the Artists:

Olha Hrytsiuk and Ivanka Petrukha  are accomplished multi-medium artists who taught art therapy in Ukraine before and during the war.  As a Mother-Daughter artistic team, they owned an art studio near the border, and stayed until there was no choice but to flee.  As  recent refugees, Ivanka and Olha are learning English at Spokane Community College.

They are excited to be part of the Terracotta Pullman team and sharing the joy and processes of creating again. Ivanka and Olha are skilled educators and demonstrate their joy and talents through accessible techniques. They empower those around them to get messy and set themselves free through a joyful, creative process.  Both find inspiration in the seasons and natural world, and are inspired to celebrate simply being alive.  

Candace Baltz is the owner and founder of Terracotta Pullman, founded with the vision of Sculpting a Kinder World.  Candace grew up in a pottery studio in Bremerton, Wash., then spent two decades without access to clay while she pursued careers in journalism, media and higher education. During that time, late at night, she became a prolific card maker, capturing the funny things her young son said through one-of-a-kind, 3-D cards that illustrated his quotes and questions.

In 2020 she decided she'd met her lifetime quota for meetings and just wanted to spend the rest of her time and energy creating joy.  In 2022 she opened Terracotta Pullman to make clay and art as accessible as possible, so others don't have to go 22 years without it. She spends her days covered in mud, creating community and grounding experiences through pottery and collaborations with other artists. 



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