You can also connect with me on facebook and also like my art page

on facebook where there is info about upcoming shows.  it's lee alter art 

focusing on positive reinforcement through the creative process   

use of sand tray therapy mostly as a social tool

watercolor, drawing, clay, and shadow boxes and mixed media

all the works goes home on poster board and is frameable.


it's very important to put the children's work up in visible places so i have a

show at Hot Cakes each year for them and also for adults and my own work.




One  day Watercolor workshop on December 15th, saturday for adults and teens.

10- 6 pm   $125.00 for the day and supplies are included.  We will also do some tissue paper

collage work.

  Winter schedule :  


  Adults and teens:

  monday 6-9 pm  jan 7 - march 6th

  wednesdays 10-1 pm  jan 9 - march 6th

  fridays   10-1 pm  jan 11 - march 8th


 Children : 

tuesdays  3:30-5:30 jan 8 - march 5th

thursdays 3:30-5:30  jan 10 - march 7th

saturdays 2 - 4 pm   jan 12 - march 9th






    I'm in studio 6 in the basement on the park side at McGuffey Art Center


           Fall art classes for children ages 3-12


       tuesdays  3:30 - 5:30  sept 11 - dec 4th      the week of Thansgiving is off   


       thursdays 3:30 - 5:30   sept 13 - dec 6th


       saturdays  2 - 4   sept 15 - dec 8th


     Adults    "The Art of Being"  

     mondays  6 - 9 pm  sept 10 - dec 3rd

     wednesdays  10 - 1 pm   sept 12 - dec 5th





 you can connect with me on Facebook as lee alter art and lee alter




































































































































































































































































































































Call Lee at 434-963-0540 to register or inquire about classes.

1992 - Present:

Began Teaching watercolor classes based on trusting one's instinctive nature and being present in one's process, focusing on the energy behind the form - the essential nature of an object, person or feeling.