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Looking for ideas for Father's Day gifts? An upcoming birthday for Grandma? Or, simply wanting to encourage your child's creativity? Painting your own pottery is a great way to spend time with your child and create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece.




Dreamcatcher History

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In Native American Culture a dreamcatcher is a form
of the word for "spider" meaning "dream snare". It is constructed by tying sinew strands in a web around a small round or tear-shaped frame of willow (in a way roughly similar to their method for making snowshoe webbing). It is then decorated with personal and sacred items such as feathers and beads.

Even infants were provided with protective charms. Examples of these are the "spiderwebs" hung on the hoop of a cradle board. These articles consisted of wooden hoops about 3½ inches in diameter filled with an imitation of a spider's web made of fine yarn, usually dyed red.

In old times this netting was made of nettle fiber. Two spider webs were usually hung on the hoop, and it was said that they "caught any harm that might be in the air as a spider's web catches and holds whatever comes in contact with it."

The art class was a huge success.

Local Portrait Artist, Josh Lintz will be at the dreamcatcher Studio Saturday, February 2 nd 9-3pm. It will be a great opportunity to capture both children & adults in unique medium you will treasure forever in an 11x14 charcoal study/
Call 931-526-4063 to make an apointment.

Sherri (the Dreamcatcher) who had not even used an art brush painted this acrylic piece in the art class

We are relocating. Remaining in Cookeville, Tennessee.
Soon to be open with a greater selection.
Pottery classes are planned. You will learn to make your own bowl
on a pottery wheel.
Watch this website for information.