LuciaArts offers art classes and summer camps for primarily
elementary ages focussing on drawing, watercolor, mixed media and ceramics. A Clay Club for adults is ongoing. Tune into your creativity and have fun connecting with art and community.
To create a wholesome framework for self expression and validation in the emergence of art.


Online Art Classes begin in January 2022.
For information and registration
“My daughter had a great experience at LuciaArts! Lucia gives excellent, professional art instruction, all the while it is fun for her students. I highly recommend Lucia’s summer camps!”           Moira Chapeau

Community Programs

Photo Credits: Wei Wei Perry


After-school arts enrichment classes for Bellingham elementary schools and community have been ongoing since 2008.   Basic skills and techniques are taught and practiced with activities that spark our intuitive nature and creativity. Sessions begin with open-ended activities that tie into the elements of art such as line, shape, color and more. Representing subjects from nature, ourselves and our interests through drawing, painting and ceramics is an integral part of the program.



Balancing Game during an arts enrichment class. Photo Credits: Wei Wei Perry,

Movement or a simple meditation idea        may be integrated into classes. A  movement activity may be used to introduce an element of art like line or shape. Noticing our breath and body in the present moment may reduce stress and enhance focus during class. Programs are tailored to the age, space and needs of the group.  A flexible structure nurtures child-led choices through art.



“My daughter really enjoyed LuciaArts classes and the beautiful art she created is all over our house brightening almost every room!”
Rebecca Sipsey,  Northern Heights teacher


Art and the Garden, Summer Camp


In the process of creating art we communicate, play, make changes, problem solve, express and learn about ourselves.



Glazing ceramic creations during the Create with Clay summer camp, 2017

“ Art is important because you can express your feelings and how you want people to know you.
Kate, 2nd grade