Art Studio at Grass Lawn Park

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Nestled within Grass Lawn Park is a dedicated art studio to draw, paint, sculpt and create. Quality fine arts instruction fosters creativity and self-exploration set against the tranquil backdrop of a natural environment.

Year-round and seasonal activities, classes and workshops empower artists of all ages and abilities to expand creativity through an array of artistic modalities.

Find out more about our current art activities.

Outside of the Redmond Arts Studio at Grass Lawn Park
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A man and a woman creating artwork using clayCome draw, paint, sculpt, and get creative with us! Nestled within Grass Lawn Park is a dedicated space designed for art classes and workshops. Quality fine arts instruction fosters creativity and self-exploration set against the tranquil backdrop of a natural environment. Some of the activities featured at this location include pottery and clay sculpting, drawing, painting, and summer camps.