NVAL Classes/Workshops are Open to the Public


How to to Register and Pay 

Online signup and payment at is available for some class/workshop offerings.    

See each class/workshop listing for Signup and Payment details.

For complete info about Classes/Workshops click on the listings below.

Stefan Baumann oil painting classes Wednesdays from 9-4  at the gallery.    1-800-511-1337



Stephen is the Juror for the Small Painting Show.   He is a well-known and respected Artist in the Bisbee, Arizona Art community where he shows his work in galleries and several of the local Wineries.

The workshop will be about personalizing your paintings through vision and emotion.

Assisting Stephen with the pastel part of the workshop will be Jan Searle who is also a talented part of the Bisbee Art community.


Date/Time:  Thurs – Fri, Jan 11-12 from 9:30am to 3pm

Location:  NVAL Carter House Gallery (unless a larger space is needed).

Cost:   NVAL Members is $150 and for non-members $185 —  Individual Memberships are $35 per year.

Signup and pay at the NVAL Carter House Gallery or (coming soon) ONLINE.

Questions:  Contact Workshop Chair Deborah Vercammen at 530-347-3167 or email at



Julie Bullock Alcohol Ink Workshops

Next Workshops at the NVAL Carter House Gallery Tuesdays, from 6 to 8pm,        January 16 and February 6.

Pay at the Workshop.

Cost: $25 and all materials are included.

Pre-Registration is required to attend. Contact Julie Bullock via text message, email at or phone her at 530-392-0349. 

Judy King teaches “Portraits Made Simple” with Charcoal & Pastel

Date/Time:  Tuesdays or Thursdays from 1 to 3pm.

Classes are ongoing and you can start anytime.  

Location:  NVAL Carter House Gallery

Cost:  $15 per class  — Pay at each session

If you are interested in taking the class, call Judy at 222-8491. 

Class Description 

Judy will show you how to manipulate and control charcoal and pastel.  You will be the boss! The fear of drawing portraits will vanish! You will feel confident and build skill quickly.  Students will all draw from the same photograph.   The classes will explore so many ways to draw people and will take the mystery out of creating portraits.