"Creativity is contagious, pass it on."
-Albert Einstein
August at The Craft Guild
2019 Fall Show & Sale
November 7th-10th
Applications online now!
The Guild’s Fall Show and Sale will be held just in time for the holiday season. Our show is a great opportunity to introduce yourself to local art lovers, many of whom know our show's well-established reputation for quality art and come every year to discover new artists and purchase new treasures. Any artist can apply for this rolling juried show. The sooner you apply the sooner you will find out if you’ve been accepted.
The Guild Hosts
Ricky Frank
August 9th - 13th 2019
10:00 am to 6:00 pm
In this sold-out Cloisonné Enamel workshop students will learn enameling basics and then explore the technique of cloisonné enameling. Participants will learn to “think about” the WHAT, WHY, and HOW and play and have fun while learning. 

Coconut Wax Candles
August 10th, 2019
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Students will make two small candles as well as some small tealight candles. Attendees will learn about different types of wax, how to melt it and mix in fragrances and color, and pour it into vessels. There will be an array of jars from which to choose, mostly sourced from thrift stores, antique stores, and flea markets. All necessary supplies included.

Young Artists
Summer Camps
Two weeks of camps left!

Fall I Session Starts September 1, 2019
Fall I now open for online enrollment

Experience Something New!
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Remember Us on North Texas Giving Day
The Craft Guild is in it's 71st year with thanks to you, our members, and your generous donations. With your continuing support we can grow and expand our workshops and class offerings in our new home. With North Texas Giving Day fast approaching we hope you will think of us.
New Drawing & Painting Instructor
Anne B. Gunthner graduated from the University of North Texas with a major in Clothing and Textiles and a minor in Art. She finds great pleasure in working with a variety of mediums including pastel, watercolor and oil.

Anne’s pastel and watercolor paintings portray the vibrancy of color, texture and light captured by both European and American Impressionist painters of the 19th and 20th centuries. She enjoys the more refined, detailed still life studies of such artists such as Chardin, Delacroix and William Harnett for her work in oils. Regardless of the medium used, Anne aims to capture the soul and essence of her subject while keeping the composition fresh and alive to the very last stroke.

Anne is a member of The Huntington Arts Council and an associate member of The Pastel Society of America, Oil Painters of America and The American Watercolor Society. She has exhibited her work both in local and New York City galleries.