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Emilia Hernandez

For young Artists Ages 10-14 

Every Tuesday beginning March 5, 3:30-5pm

drop-in: $25 per class or 5 classes for $100

Open Enrollment! Come any week!

 Emilia Hernandez is a passionate young artist from San Geronimo Valley. She loves to make all

kinds of art, but her heart is for painting and drawing. She is currently an art major student at

College of Marin.

This painting class will consist of learning basics and how to harness that knowledge to express

yourself through art. Student will learn to use and mix colors, paint people, objects, landscapes

and whatever else they may be interested in painting. There will be instructional lessons each week

followed by creative projects. 

Supplies You’ll Need:

● Canvas Pad (no smaller than 9” by 12”)

● Acrylic Paint Set (small tubes of red, blue, yellow, white, black, etc.)

● Acrylic paint brush set (small, medium, large sizes)

● An open and creative mind

● Clothes to paint in (don’t wear your favorite shirt and be sad when you get paint on it)

Revolution 9 14 Bolinas Rd Fairfax


Our Featured Gallery Artist!

Alessia Potovsky is a Drake High School graduate and current University of Vermont Graduate. She creates her pieces through a combination of collage and etching. Come by and check out her work in our gallery. All pieces available for purchase. Support youth local art!

Follow Alessia on Instagram: @dimmi_handmade


Tattly Is In!

At Tattly, we believe that great design and art can make people happy. We believe that quality products and great customer support are the only options. And we believe that, whether for a child or an adult, every Tattly should come with a smile.

Northern Sun Bumper Stickers

Northern Sun got its start back in 1979, right before radiation started leaking from the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Harrisburg, PA (March 28, 1979). Riding a bicycle and carrying a backpack full of t-shirts, etc., Scott (the owner) began selling message-oriented items at anti-nuke events. In 1980, Ronald Reagan was selected President, creating a big demand for anti-war stuff. G W Bush was good for business too.

Headline Shirts, Hats and Socks, WOO!

Headline has been making intelligently funny tees and apparel from San Francisco since 2004. Back then, George W. Bush was president, gas cost $2, and t-shirts were called “torso shorts.” Over 10 years and millions of t-shirts later, we still have the same mission: to create fun, premium apparel that leaves an impression.

We live to make people laugh and have fun. But we’re dead serious about the quality of our products. Everything we make, from t-shirts to onesies to socks, is made with the softest, most comfortable material we could get our hands on -- and designed to fit just right. Our signature men’s and women’s tees are made from lightweight cotton and poly/cotton fabrics, and printed with soft, eco-friendly inks.

New Squishables!

Squishables are cute giant balls of squishy love. They're soft, huggable, cuddly, and all-around awesome. Each Squishable is about 15 inches tall. They squish down a bit smaller, and they stretch a bit bigger. Spot wash 'em if they get dirty. Use 'em as a pillow. Throw them at people.

New Product: San Francisco Mercantile

California keepsakes designed by artists who Live, Love and Laugh in the Golden State.

SF Mercantile began in 2008 with the objective of producing high quality California themed gifts & keepsakes designed by local artists.  Our products celebrate the vibrant and diverse culture that is unique to California and all of our items are designed by artists who live here in the "Golden State".