Attention Young Artists!
Now offering Art Classes!
Sweetbriar’s Art Teachers Connie will be re-opening the Judith Collester Memorial Art Center this fall and beyond.
Art classes are being offered for
young artists, ages 5-15
in the upstairs of our cozy art room.
What better place to create art than at the
Sweetbriar Nature Center with its
wonderful animals and beautiful grounds for
FALL ART CLASSES
FALL ART CLASSES
Join the two wonderful art teachers at Sweetbriar to bring out the best in young aspiring nature and wildlife artists. Students will learn new techniques and use varying media as they explore the wonders of Sweetbriar Nature Center such as the butterfly house, the gardens, the many resident animals and much more.
For more information or to register go to our website at sweetbriarnc.org or call us at 631-979-6344
Fees can be paid by cash, check, or credit. The materials fee which must be paid in cash.
Register early! Classes must have a minimum of 3 students. The art center has capacity of 10. Payment will be refunded for classes that Sweetbriar cancels. No refunds for missed classes.
To contact Sweetbriar call 631-979-6344, ext. 302, or e-mail at email@example.com
A little bit about the Sweetbriar Art Teachers
Connie currently holds a New York State Public
School teaching certificate in Art Education. She
received her Master of Science degree from C.W. Post
University in Art Education and Printmaking in 2005. A
former art teacher from the BrentwoodSchool District,
Connie now substitutes in Smithtown, Hauppauge and
Brentwood. In her free time Connie enjoys painting,
printmaking, photography, cooking and hiking on Long Island.
Introducing Patricia Caracappa
Sweetbriar is excited to add Patricia to our fold of instructors. Her extensive experiencewith art and children will enhance our program considerably.
Patricia is an artist and teacher in New York. Lover of art, languages and nature, she has exhibited in Florence, Italy, Baltimore, Maryland and in New York. Today, Patty lives and works as an artist and teacher. It is a great honor for her teach and share her paintings with the public. Her works can be seen in galleries including The Paper DollBoutique, the Mills Pond House Gallery and the Long Island Carriage Museum.
Call Sweetbriar Nature Center at 631-979-6344 or e-mail the artists themselves at
firstname.lastname@example.org (Not availalbe at this time)