Join us and Participate in the 10th Annual Culture Days Ontario. This years theme is Creativity, The Arts, and Well-Being.
Culture Days St.Thomas is a wirlwind of Creativity and Exploration. 3 Days of FREE interaction with the Arts and local Artists. Libraries, Studios and local Arenas are inviting the public to come and participate in theraputic, fun Programs. ROMANTIC DESIGNS ARTIST STUDIO is again a HUB of Activity. Check out all the Mini Workshops we are offering at http://www.culturedays.ca and on our Facebook page.
Bored is NOT a word in our vocabulary…..If you are between the ages of 12 and 90 we have your March Break covered with five days of Art. Choose to take a one days class at $35 or all five for $175.
Romantic Designs would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our Customers, Students, fellow Artists, Friends and Family – A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We will be closed from December 21 to January 2. Just a reminder that
*GIFT CERTIFICATES are available at the studio
*Check out our new 2019 January to July Calendar of Classes
JUST BEFORE YOU START TO SHOP – SOMETHING RELAXING
We are slowing down for Christmas but we do have a few more classes to squeeze in……and also be watching for our New January to June 2019 Calendar –
JACK FROST Watercolour Paint Class Saturday, Dec 1 9am to 5pm
CHRISTMAS MICE Felting Workshop Saturday December 8th 9am-5pm Beginners to Felting Welcome
November is full of exciting Art Projects ….here is just a few BOB ROSS TOUCH UPS Join us Sunday November 18th and bring in any of your Bob Ross paintings that you would like to “tweek”. The day starts at … Continue reading
Saturday October 13 Romantic Designs Celebrated the heritage and culture that is
THE OLD MARLATT FUEL AND LUMBER BUILDING 120 Wellington Street, St.Thomas. What was originally J.H. Stills Handle Factory changed over time to a lumberyard and depot for fuels and tools. The Artists of Romantic Designs dressed in 1900’s costumes greeted visitors to the Gallery and on the St.Thomas Train as it passed by on the railroad corridor.