About Our Workshops


Zenso Creative™ Club Membership Program

The Zenso Creative™ Club Membership Program offers both beginning and experienced artists access to many different workshops at the same time.  These workshops use a variety of mediums and techniques to help students establish their interests or learn something new.

Workshops in the Membership Program are available to students while they are active members.  Some workshops may be removed based on little interest or at the artist’s request, however, students are given at least a 30-day notice per our terms of service.

New workshops are added each month giving students fresh content and inspiration.  We currently offer workshops in textiles, painting, mixed media, glasswork, resin, pastels and pen and ink.

The Zenso Creative™ Club is the perfect membership for artists who want to play in a variety of mediums for a low price, find their muse and learn new skills.  Members can cancel at any time.

Check it out and come create with us!

Individual Lifetime Workshops

Our one-time purchase, Lifetime Workshops, are purchased individually and are your’s for life.  As with all of our workshops, they offer detailed, step by step instructions but are more suited for intermediate to advanced art students.  Beginning students with an understanding of the materials might also find these workshops consistent with their skills.

Our Lifetime Workshops are perfect for the artist who wants to master a skill or return to the technique from time to time to create new work.  These workshops are a great addition to a professional artist’s portfolio and hobbyists will find them perfect for gift giving and growing as an artist.

Our instructors are available to all of our students for all workshops in both the Zenso Creative™ Club and the Lifetime Workshops.  We host a private Facebook page for students as well as an email helpline.  Not sure what workshops are best for you?  No problem!  Just send us an email and we’ll help you figure it out.

"Art is the journey of a free soul."

Alev Oguz