A place to create, share and heal

Jan 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th

What a Relief!

Join us from 4-6 pm on four Wednesdays: Jan 9, 16, 23, and 30. Thanks to a generous donation of printmaking equipment, Living Art is excited to present the first of many printmaking multi-sessions to come! Participants in What a Relief will learn the basics of relief printing from monochromatic to multi-color with Odette Grassi. Please call us to register at 549-5329.

“Living Art believes creative self-expression is an essential life skill. Illness and loss shut you down and put you into survival mode, causing decreased mental and physical well-being. People need a place where they can reconnect to themselves in order to heal. Living Art provides that place. We tell them they are enough, and that’s why it means so much to me.”

- Dawn Payne on why she supports Living Art

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Living Art is a place to create, share and heal. Our workshop experience is a little different than your average art class. Living Art provides an opportunity to:

  • tap into your creative ability and discover your inner artist

  • take a break from whatever is burdening you and experience some "you" time

  • express thoughts and feelings you might not express elsewhere

  • learn new art processes with contemplative components that help you make meaningful connections while you create

  • enjoy social interaction with others experiencing difficult life challenges




Upcoming Events



saturday Workshops

Saturday mornings we offer workshops with projects easily completed in a 2-hour session.  No registration is required. 



Our multi-sessions range from 2-4 workshops and allow you to go a little deeper into a project.  Registration is required. 


CANCER, Courage & creativity

This is a 6-week session offered Spring and Fall for anyone who has heard the words "you have cancer," whether you're in treatment or 10 years out from your diagnosis.  Registration is required.  (Limit 8 people/session)

When illness strikes it’s a chaotic and confusing time. Living Art gave me the opportunity to dive into that chaos and pull out something concrete, whether it was a mask, a painting or a poem. That creative process was a lifeline that led me back to myself.
— Workshop participant