Stonybrook Fine Arts is a creative space located at 24 Porter Street in Jamaica Plain MA. We have several experiened and talented instructors who offer teen and adult classes in welding, bronze casting, sand casting, jewelry, small metal casting, mold making, sculpting (featuring live figure modeling), and stone carving. We host a VERY unique workshop: “Make Your Own Wedding Rings”  –  as well as other custom workshops including interactive school tours, team building and birthday parties. We also have shop time available for artists, makers and craftspersons, and we gladly accept commissions!


Due to the large number of Discount Coupon Customers, we request that all questions be directed to: workshops@stonybrookfinearts.com



In addition to our workshops listed on the right sidebar, please consider joining us for the following:

Make/Speak at the MFA

When: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, held in the Harry and Mildred Remis Auditorium (Auditorium 161) at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

What is Make/Speak?  An evening of fast-paced presentations by not-so-conventional craftspeople about how they work, think, and create. Stonybrook Fine Arts is a proud sponsor of this unique organization which offers the public an inside peek into the creativity of today’s artists from all genres. Click here for the evening’s agenda and ticket information.

Boston legends “Neptune” will perform as the house band for the evening. A reception follows the presentations.

Stonybrook Fine Arts Holiday Open House  

When: Sunday, December 7, 12 noon – 6pm

Stop by for a tour of our studios, meet our teachers, learn about our unique class offerings and support local artisans!  There will be an aluminum pour and hot cider!


Black Beauty at the Pingree School

“Black Beauty” at the Pingree School Welded steel, paint 2013


5th Annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit The Pingree School in South Hamilton, MA is hosting a group exhibit featuring sculptures by Morris Norvin.  Morris is also showing two Pegasus sculptures, “Deflection” and “Reflection.”  Also on view is his well-known sculpture “The Discarded” depicting a mother and cub polar bear standing on a disolving glacier.


“The Discarded” Stamford, CT welded steel barrels, 2009









Did you see the article in the Boston Globe?

Community for Arts and Sculptural Training Boston, Inc. CASTBoston’s mission is to create affordable opportunities for teens and adults to explore and receive instruction in the art of sculpture. Please contact us if you would like more information or would like to contribute to our 501(c)(3).