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Portait Sculpting from Life 

New instructor Anthony Alemany, a figurative sculptor in South Berwick Maine, offers Portrait Sculpting from Life (SA 18). Anthony graduated with a BFA from the Savannah College of Art & Design and traveled to Italy to study at the Florence Academy of Art for a foundation in traditional sculpture. Since Anthony has been casting his work at our Green Foundry, we have been impressed with the quality of his work and his passion for sculpture. Come join the class as he teaches his eclectic approach to modeling a portrait from start to finish.

Drawing with Gold Ink


Carol Ann Morley brings a new medium for us to enjoy. Her Drawing with Gold Ink (SA 3) invites you  to bring a new dimension to your drawings with a brush or dip pen and Liquid Spectralite 18 carat gold ink. Embellish your art with textures, details, and flowing gold lines in a medium that is surprisingly compatible with colored pencil, watercolor and gouache.

Figure Painting

Alastair Dacey invites you to explore the figure  in his Figure Painting (SA 7). Using a direct method of painting and sketching in oil, students will examine themes of proportion and gesture, working to relate values and colors while finding useful anatomical cues and visual effects to help place the figure on the canvas. Simplifying the figure into the most important shapes, angles and light effects will provide a working method for approaching the complex beauties of the human form.

Block Printing 

Amanda Rouse offers Block Printing (SA 15) a method of printing involving carving and removing a portion of the printing plate to produce a design that can be stamped or printed on paper or fabric. Over two days, this course will introduce you to linoleum block printing, stamp making, foam printing, creating printed editions, and printing patterns on fabric.

Third Annual Art Fair & Open House, Sunday December 8, 11 -4 

   For more information, contact Sanctuary Arts at (207) 438-9826 or
Come enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of Sanctuary Arts’ cathedral space and do some quality holiday shopping. Expect to find a wide range of gifts for sale for the Holidays, including ceramics, sculptural bronze and resin castings, holiday wreaths and salves, paintings, jewelry, metal work in iron and silver, collage, woodcraft, enamel vessels, lantern lights and more. Explore the unique property and support your local artists. Artists’ studios will be open, holiday cheer and treasures for the discerning shopper will be found. All artists are part of the extended Sanctuary community- studio and foundry artists, residents and their kids, artful neighbors and friends. 

"Camel Vignette" by Julie Marvin

Exhibitors include Green Foundry, Mast Cove Pottery, Moon Pool Studios, Eliot Metal Working, Kristin Fellows, Maryhop Brandon, Doug Martin, Christopher Gowell, John Forti, Gayle Perkins, Anthony Alemany, Sandra Cole, Bob Ellis, Holly Gooch, Carter Humphreys, Julie Marvin and Jennifer Chamberlain. Expect to find ceramics, sculptural bronze and resin castings, holiday wreaths and salves, paintings, jewelry, metal work in iron and silver, collage, woodcraft, enamel vessels, lantern lights and more.
Buy Local & Support your Neighborhood Artists!


 Working With/From 

a Master



Tom Glover introduces a new class, Working With/From A Master (SA 4). Picasso once said” good artists borrow, great artists steal”. This is a chance to dive deep into a body of work that has moved and influenced you. So put on dark clothing and slip into a Velasquez painting and route around a bit! Or splash about with Sargeant's watercolors or dive into Monet's haystacks. Bring the medium of your master. 

Women in Abstract Expressionism (SA1) is another new class with Tom Glover. Come develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for the historical context and contribution of women artists. These women artists of the 40's and 50's were using a wide range of materials as traditional rules were broken. Be prepared to experiment and don't be shy about working larger.

We have 20 classes and workshops to choose from, all taught by artists who are teaching their passion. Come and discover your own. 

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