Adult Classes


If you have difficulty registering online, please call (541) 772-8118 to register by phone Tuesday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm and Saturday 11 am to 3 pm.

Tap into Your Creativity!

An opportunity for you to discover your creative side, enjoy a new hobby, or master a new art form. New and seasoned artists get to explore a variety of mediums and techniques.


Monotype Printmaking: Texture with Ashley Clasby

All skill levels welcome. Printmaking

Saturday, July 31, 9 am-3 pm

Create unique art through printmaking. We will explore various techniques of creating texture in monotypes. Monotypes are created by applying the paint or ink directly onto the plate, then pressing the plate against the paper to create a single print.

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Beyond the Brush – Experimental Techniques in Watercolor with Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass

All skill levels welcome. Watercolor

2 Sessions, Saturday August 7 & Sunday August 8, 10 am-5 pm.

This workshop is designed for exploring, experimenting and incorporating textural watercolor techniques into your own personal artistic style. Each day will start with a lecture and demonstration about watercolors and texture.  We will explore experimental watercolor techniques using items other than a paint brush for texture, including pouring paint through filters.

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Tools, Tips, Techniques with Alx Fox

Intermediate skill levels. Acrylic

2 Sessions, Friday August 20 & Saturday August 21, 10 am-3 pm

The focus of instruction will be based on the individual goals of the participants.  Whether you paint abstract or representational, your work can be enhanced by the variety of acrylic media available to us today.  In this workshop, Alx will provide an introduction to glazing, techniques to enhance composition, and the use of neutrals for emphasis.

MEMBERS $150 NON-MEMBERS $175   Materials List 


Composing the Landscape with Silvia Trujillo

Beginning through advanced painters welcome.  All media welcome

Saturday, August 28, 10 am-5 pm

Students will learn effective tools for designing a landscape painting using photo references or their imagination.  The class will focus on basic design elements and art principals to accomplish dynamic landscapes that are eye-catching and compelling.

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Sherri Beeler

Sherri Beeler has taught for 30 years. She taught at SOU’s Summer Academy program, and is an instructor at Logos Public Charter School. Her work has been published in several magazines including Art Journaling, Create with Me, Stamper’s Sampler and 400 More Ideas.

Ashley Clasby

Ashley Clasby took art classes at Rogue Gallery as a child, which inspired her to pursue art and education. Ashley has a Bachelor of Arts in printmaking and fiber arts from the University of Oregon. She has a teaching credential from Southern Oregon University. She currently teaches at Sacred Heart in Medford.

Alx Fox

Alx Fox is an abstract impressionistic mixed media artist. She studied photography, art history, and design at Barat College in Lake Forest, Illinois. Her career entails working in pastel and acrylics. Her work is in private collections worldwide and has been showcased in many national shows.

Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass

Lynda Hoffman-Snodgrass is a third generation artist. She primarily works in watercolor as a colorist with a strong emphasis on design.  She is a past president of the Watercolor Society of Oregon and holds signature memberships with this organization as well as the Northwest Watercolor Society.  Additionally, she has judged art exhibitions, given lectures, art demonstrations, taught classes and critiqued for art organizations and individuals. Her award winning paintings hang in private collections worldwide.

Silvia Trujillo

Silvia Trujillo is an artist and art instructor in Northern California and Oregon. She has over 20 years of experience in fine art study, painting, and teaching. She is a master colorist, emphasizing color relationships and works in both impressionistic and realistic styles.

Stephen Wolf

Stefan Wolf began drawing from observation at age five and has pursued art ever since.  He was introduced to relief block printing through Rogue Gallery classes.  Stefan went on to study printmaking at Portland State University.  He was a founding member of the artist in residence at Imago Dei Community.  His commissions include large series for Imago Dei Community, Love & Respect NOW, and Peripheral Visions PDX.  He works from home without a press.