Come, sit by the lights and share the beauty of winter!
The magical warmth of lights in the cold, snowy winter months glow in this peaceful and engaging design. A splendor of stitches and the palette of blues and purples are complemented by the fiery, orange and gold flames. Learn some new stitches or possibly, new adaptations on some known stitches plus, you get to try out mesh tubing as an embellishment to your piece.
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More about Winter Lights
Design size: 6″ x 8″
Skill level: Basic-intermediate
Registration dates: Registration opens March 3, 2021 and closes April 7, 2021.
Number of lessons: 4
Class schedule: The first lesson will be posted on June 2, 2021. The following lessons will be posted on June 9, 16 and 23, 2021.
Class cost: Class + Canvas (Using your own threads): $105 shipping to US, $116 shipping to Canada, $150 shipping to International locations; Class & Full Kit: $180 shipping to US, $191 shipping to Canada, $225 shipping to International locations.
Kit contents and supplies needed: The full list of kit contents, and supplies needed can be found here.
About teacher Jennifer Riefenberg
Jennifer is an accomplished needleartist, meshing her love of the arts into new and varied mediums. She loves teaching, both skills and the pure love and joys of art and creativity. Jennifer holds certifications through National Academy of Needlearts (NAN) as a Teacher/Designer and Judge. Jennifer serves on the board of NAN as the Director of Judging. She teaches at national, regional, and local seminars. Jennifer has won numerous awards for her needleart and other artwork. She has a piece accessioned into the permanent collection at the Gregg School of Art & Design at North Carolina State University. Jennifer is also the photographer for NAN and EGA Seminars.
The visual journey continues as Jennifer is also a winner of national and regional awards with her paintings. Jennifer paints in various mediums – but is most at home, outside with nature and oil paint. She is a fourth-generation Colorado native and has degrees in engineering and mathematics.
Jennifer is a board member of Plein Air Artists of Colorado (PAAC) and member of the American Impressionist Society, Pastel Society of Colorado, and Oil Painters of America. She has won numerous awards in local and national exhibitions. She teaches classes in oil painting, engaging her students to find their own voice as they master the techniques of painting. She is currently exhibiting her work at the Framed Image in Denver and Mary Williams Fine Arts in Boulder.
“I prefer painting from life – en plein air. Painting is exploring and discovering, healing and learning, admiring and preserving. As a painting takes on its own voice, it becomes a living experience with each brushstroke a breath toward its creation. I love to paint and I hope that my artwork communicates the experiences that I have and captures the very essence of the beautiful world through my eyes and interpretation.”
More about our Online Classes
Visit our Online Courses page for Frequently Asked Questions and more information on how our online classes work.
Learn more about downloading your lessons, asking questions to the teacher, posting photos of your progress, receiving class emails and more in the Online Course Instructions page.
Please note: Online Studio course and kit fees are non-refundable.