In just a few days, we’ll be temporarily shutting down our site to convert everything over to the new, WildFire Studio look! As you can guess, we’ll have a whole new layout, new content, upcoming class listings, and information on how you can donate to the project.
Want to learn more about WildFire Studio and what we stand for? You should read this…
About WildFire Studio
In 2012, WildFire Accessories opened and began providing its customers with handcrafted jewelry made with pennies and mixed-media techniques. Through the first two years of business, Tayla Naden, the owner of WildFire Accessories, immersed herself in a creative lifestyle, experimenting with the new skills and knowledge she picked up along the way.
However, being an artist that specializes in combining mediums and methods in ways that most never do, she realized that there was something missing in the creativity community – Freedom.
Tayla learned the most when she pushed her limits and stepped out of her box. She began experimenting with every technique she laid her eyes on, and one by one these experiences started enriching her own work and passion.
In 2015, WildFire Accessories turned into WildFire Studio, where an environment, free of preconceived notions of what art should be, would be provided for the community. A place where you would be encouraged to experiment with the unexpected and learn skills that you never thought you would.
“Creative people are sometimes described as those who can ‘connect the dots’ with seemingly unrelated things. They see simple solutions to complicated problems because they incorporate all their knowledge, instead of just sticking with the subject at hand. I believe that the more experiences and skills you acquire, the more ‘dots’ you have to work with.”
At WildFire Studio, we provide a non-judgmental environment where you can let your creative spirit roam freely, without boundaries. You don’t have to be “creative” to enjoy our classes. You don’t have to call yourself an artist, or a dancer. All you have to do is have a passion for learning. We encourage you to experiment, step out of your box, and invite your friends to do the same with our classes ranging from:
- Belly Dancing – An expressive, Middle Eastern art form that helps you get in touch with your body in ways you never have before.
- Mixed Media Sewing – A free-form method for creating sewn accessories and clothing with unexpected materials. Techniques including beadwork, fabric painting, and basic sewing skills will be covered (along with much more!).
- Expressive Painting – A no rules way to create artwork that makes you feel good.
- Selling Your Work – Whether you want to turn your craft into a full time business, or just support it with a few sales here and there, we can show you the way.
Online video courses and on-site classes are expected to be available late summer (2015), so stay tuned!