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San Clemente Art Supply has a few new classes it’s offering for children and adults. Photo: Ryan Song
San Clemente Art Supply has a few new classes it’s offering for children and adults. Photo: Ryan Song

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San Clemente Art Supply has recently established new classes for adults and teens and introduced brand-new classes for children. The owner, Patti Herdell, said SC Art Supply is constantly adding new classes to help artists learn new skills and stay creative.

Some of the new adult classes that the SC Art Supply opened are an adult doodling class and “Uncork! Your Inner Artist,” a class where adults can paint and drink wine. The focus of both classes is relaxation and creativity. Some of the new classes for teens and adults being introduced are “Learn to Scrimshaw” and the workshop “Sea Glass Wire Wrapping.”

Taught by Kelly Gallaher, the After-School Fine Art Academy is a new class that SC Art Supply is opening to kids. There are classes for first- through fifth-grade students that focuses on the history of art and a large range of art mediums. The second class is for sixth- through eighth-grade students focusing on how to refine drawing skills. Another class is scheduled for seventh- through 10th-grade students to help them use their creativity and drawing skills for more complex art mediums. The classes are three-month sessions that guide students through hands- on learning and a safe, fun, creative and supportive environment.

“Our goal this year is to increase the awareness of our class offerings in surrounding areas,” Herdell said.

For more information about the SC Art Supply and a schedule of the classes, visit

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