Monday-Saturday by Reservation
*Covid has changed the way we operate.
We love to create with you. We are happy to take reservations anytime unless classes are being offered which are noted on calendar
CALL US: 307-548-ARTS (2787)
Check out the Calendar for newly added events!
My Studio is a family-owned business that specializes in bringing art, learning and creativity into your everyday life! Jack and Jill Carpenter opened the studio in the Fall of 2016. It brings them joy to help others have a place to turn on their creativity switch and get their cogs turning. Helping others get fired up, provide a place for learning and unique experiences is what motivated the beginning of My Studio.
Walk-ins are always welcome! Reservations are accepted but not required.
Drop-in any time during business hours to Paint-Your-Own-Pottery, take Pottery lessons, Paint a masterpiece or test out your chef skills in one of our Cooking classes.
Check out our monthly events. We offer reservations for classes, My Studio to Go and Parties. We hope that as My Studio grows we can add fused glass, mosaics, stained glass, and more.
We are located in Lovell, Wyoming. To contact us or get directions visit our Contact page.
Trevon Dunn is a Big Horn Basin native, born at the Powell Hospital. From here he traveled the world while gaining a degree in Culinary Arts between trips. He has spent his kitchen life in Chicago beef houses, Caribbean boat yards, Spanish tapas shops and Carolinian mobile food units-securing secrets and knowledge along the way from Thai grandmas and Portuguese metal-head roadies to enjoy tradition in all cultures. The cooking classes that will be offered with Trevon will expound on the locality of food with the economy of availability. You will discuss the etymology of a dish, the nuance of history that shapes the meals you create in order to discover your own joy of cooking. These meals will be hands-on experiences that will provide tangible edibles and environmental opportunities to explore the possibility of feeding your family.
Trevon's approach to food is an experiment in evolutional learning. The process of honing a knife to make the sharpest cut requires the attention to learn how the knife sounds against the stone to understand the shape of the metal. Listen to your knife create food for the ones you love.