Dear Friends of all Ages.

It's been a rough year healthwise and it has taken until now to make this decision. I've been sharing art techniques and processes with literally thousands of aspiring artists of all ages since 1976. It's in my veins. It has been a ton of fun. However, for the first time since 1990 I will not be offering Aartz West classes this summer, due to health reasons.

I will be closing the Aartz West Studio at the end of June.

That's me in the jaws of a T rex at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu. I call my cancerous affliction a Chimera.  The cancerous chimera has not yet been vanquished, but we're getting there!

 

Join Liza for artful pizzazz!
Join Liza for artful pizzazz!

Artful Petroglyph Hike, Santa Fe

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Kokopelli awaits you!

A scant 25 minutes from the Aartz West Studio in Santa Fe, NM, is a treasure trove of hundreds of mysterious petroglyphs, carved into living rock nearly a thousand years ago.

Tour this magical place with Liza Myers.

It's a bit of a rock scramble so please wear sturdy shoes. I have taken 5 year olds on the hike but it's not a smooth path! Bring a water bottle and a hat. There are various options for transportation depending upon the size of the group.

Please email or call Liza for further info

Photos from Previous Aartz Camps

The 2018 sessions are as follows:

Session Dates Time
Session I May 29- June 1 9:30-4pm
Session II June 4-7 9:30-4pm
Session III June 11-14 9:30-4pm
Session IV June 18- 21 9:30-4pm
Session IV June 25-28 9:30-4pm

 

All Aartz West workshops take place at 1401 Maclovia, Santa Fe, NM, 87505.

Click here for more information

Register before April 15, 2018 and receive a 15% off discount!

Join Liza for artful pizzazz!
Join Liza for artful pizzazz!

Artful Petroglyph Hike, Santa Fe

IMG_7506

Kokopelli awaits you!

A scant 25 minutes from the Aartz West Studio in Santa Fe, NM, is a treasure trove of hundreds of mysterious petroglyphs, carved into living rock nearly a thousand years ago.

Tour this magical place with Liza Myers.

It's a bit of a rock scramble so please wear sturdy shoes. I have taken 5 year olds on the hike but it's not a smooth path! Bring a water bottle and a hat. There are various options for transportation depending upon the size of the group.

Please email or call Liza for further info

Photos from Previous Aartz Camps

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