Welcome to Denny’s Workshop!

Art means a diversity of things for different people. For some it is technique and talent. Others enjoy learning about art history and trying to create in the same forms as famous artists. Stress relief, nurturing of creativity, inner healing, self-expression, telling one’s story, a return to childhood joys of play – these are just a few of what art may mean. Immersing one’s hands in clay, glue, and other substances can be freeing.

Denny’s Workshop is a place to explore different kinds of art – from clay to mosaics to paper-marbling and more. Both beginners and experienced students can feel comfortable as they investigate textures, colors, and mediums and as they self-express. Additionally, it is place to bring friends or make new friends.

Open studio times are available for those who would like to work independently using the many tools and resources available in the studio.

Denny will facilitate on-going workshop sessions while accomplished artists in several genres will present on a variety of hands-on topics.


Denny’s Workshop is an extension of Helvetia Christmas Tree and Lavender Farms, providing creative support to the seasonal gift shops.

2 thoughts on “About

    Deanna Muir said:
    September 27, 2016 at 9:12 pm

    I am signed up for the Radical Dimensions in Glass this weekend. The time listed on your website is 9-4. in the email received from Kelley she lists it as 10-5. just wanted to verify which is correct. Thanks, Deanna Muir


      dennysworkshop responded:
      September 27, 2016 at 9:40 pm

      Hi. The time for the workshop is 10 am to 5 pm. I’m sorry about the error on the site. I’ll fix that tonight! See you soon.


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