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Samantha has taught thousands of people nationally

how to start hand lettering and/or find their creativity.

She does private classes, team building workshops, corporate events, and local collaborations.

 

Check the calendar for the event that's perfect for you.

Virtual Class Options
 

Intro to Hand Lettering (HL)

2 hours, $80/person

Learn hand lettering using specialized tools for brush lettering and faux calligraphy.

Take away 4 specialized pens, a workbook with four fonts, greeting cards, and personalized materials.

Intro to Modern Pointed Pen Calligraphy  (MPP)

2 hours, $90/person

Learn the basics of modern calligraphy including the best supplies to use, how to formulate your alphabet, and beginner skills. Take away a pen holder, nibs, ink, a workbook, a notepad, and many other items!

 

Intro to Watercolor (W)

$85

All two hour classes include an intro to watercolor supplies and techniques necessary to complete the

project followed by a step by step walk through of the painting process. Sam breaks down each painting into manageable steps to follow. All materials included (brush, paint, pencil, workbook, watercolor paper, samples if needed, etc)

 

Subject matter for each class differs but offerings include:

-Beach Scene/Sunset/Sunrise

-Florals

-Landscapes

-DC Monuments

-Happy Hour Beverages

If you're looking into doing something specific to your group, Sam can create a custom painting and outline

to follow for an additional fee, just inquire!

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Please read descriptions carefully!

One former student writes:

"I drove through DC evening commuter traffic for an hour and a half to get to Samantha's hand lettering class,

and it was worth every minute on the road. She's a fantastic teacher, very friendly and knowledgeable and encouraging.

I was impressed with the high quality supplies she gave us and even our names in gold on the folders with the workbook sheets!

I love thoughtful touches like that, it says a lot about her attention to detail, and it made me feel welcomed [...]"