July 11, 18, 25     7-10 p.m.
Relief Printing Two Ways with Jim Sampson & John Wilson (three classes $60.00)
Work with two professional printmakers and learn the relief method of printing two different ways. You choose your method and create a print! Materials available at Pygmalion’s. Minimum enrollment two students.

July 17, 19, 24, 26      9 a.m. - 12 noon.
Landscape painting with Meg Lagodzki (four classes $80.00)
Ages High School and beyond.Meet at Pygmalion’s and we will travel to a special painting site. An Easel is required for this class. Pygmalion’s has several to loan out at no cost. Minimum enrollment two students.

July 15 & 22nd     1-4 p.m.
Print Your Own Tee Shirt with Jarod Isenbarger at the In Case Of Emergency Press Studio. (Two Classes $35.00)
Class fee includes one Tee shirt and inks. You will need to purchase a silkscreen and squeeze-both available at Pygmalion’s. You may bring two additional shirts of your own to print, also. Work in this professional screen printing studio and learn the basics. Minimum enrollment three, maximum enrollment ten students.

August 6, 7, 8     9:30 a.m. - 12 noon.
Introduction to Portraits in Pastel with Tom Rhea. (three classes $75.00)
Create portraits in Pastel including light and shadow, combining and layering, and finding resemblance. The instructor will provide individual mirrors you may work from an approved photograph. Minimum enrollment four students.


To sign up please stop by the store, or call (812) 332-0025!

Materials lists for all classes are available at Pygmalions, and the class supplies are available for purchase, or you may bring your own. All summer class students receive a 15% discount when purchasing materials for classes.

Payment in full is required at time of enrollment. No refunds for missed or dropped classes. Full refund on canceled classes.



All classes meet at Pygmalion’s from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturdays.—Open to all ages 8 & older. No registration required, just show up!
July 14  How to Identify & Collect Fine Art Prints
July 21  How Watercolors are made by Daniel Smith
July 28  Good Brush vs. Bad Brush-Knowing your favorite artist tool
Aug. 4   Fun With Yupo Paper and Alcohol Inks