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Dive deeper into your scripture study through sketching, journaling, and painting God's word.

Our inspiration will come from scripture, using the books, "Invitation to the Psalms" (fall semester) and "Mere Christianity" (spring semester) as reference material. This class is a great complement to Classical Conversation's Challenge IV theology study, but any high school student or adult is welcome to join! Class begins with sharing prayer concerns, and scripture reading. Students will practice watercolor or drawing techniques and then use those techniques to create a unique and inspirational entry into their Bible art journal.

Meets for an hour and a half, weekly

for 12 weeks per semester

Wednesday 1:00pm EST

Early Bird Prices:

$280 per semester*

$520 for the full year*

Pay for the year in full and save!

*These prices include the registration fee.

Registration fee is non-refundable.

*Prices good until July 15.

(Prices increase by $20 after July 15.)

Fall Semester:

Start: Sept 4

Fall breaks: Sept. 11,  Oct. 4. Oct. 30

No Class on Thanksgiving week

Last Class: Dec. 11.

Spring Semester:

Starts Jan 15  

Spring Break Mar 3 (Subject to change)

Last Class: April 16 (Subject to change)

Plus, learn how to paint, print and get paid with your art!
In addition to Bible journaling, Kate Perry will be sharing from her experience various ways to sell your art. Learn how to create original compositions and find your style, then learn about all the options for monetizing your art.

Fine Arts Skills:

Fine art skills:

Hand lettering

Understanding of supplies

Practice and improve watercolor techniques

Color Mixing

Practice of various watercolor styles such as loose, whimsical, and illustration

Fineline black ink sketching



We will strive to develop good methods of art practice, overcome failure, and build confidence to put your brush to the paper. 



"Invitation to the Psalms" (fall semester)

"Mere Christianity" (spring semester) 

Entrepreneurial Skills

Creating original artwork

Discussion of intellectual property ethics

Motivation/Purposes for your art practice & business

Preparing art for printing

Vendor Research

Attending Craft Fairs

Passive Income Possibilites with Art

Creating fine art gifts

Creating fine art stationary

Selling Original Art



This class is open to high school student and adults. All levels are welcome.

Note: tuition is per student. If family members take the class, they both pay tuition.


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