Stonybrook Fine Arts is a creative space located at 24 Porter Street in Jamaica Plain MA. We have experienced and talented instructors who teach our teen and adult classes in welding, bronze casting, jewelry, small metal casting, mold making, live figure sculpting and stone carving. We also host a VERY unique workshop: “Make Your Own Wedding Rings” – as well as other custom workshops, which include interactive school tours, team building and birthday parties. Our studio is available for shop time to artists, makers and craft persons and we gladly accept commissions!

Need a gift? How about a class gift certificate or a tax deductible contribution to CASTBoston, our teen scholarship fund? Contact anne@stonybrookfinearts.com!


The spring session begins March 28th, but Workshops occur every other weekend. We offer Welding, Jewelry, Foundry, Figure Sculpture and Mold Making. If no scheduled dates work, please contact us to set up a custom group workshop or a 1 to 1 lesson.

Join us at Stonybrook on April 28th for ArtWeek Boston. We’ll be hosting a few workshops including: Make a Ring, Weld a Critter, and Aluminum Sandcasting. In Make a Ring learn the basics of jewelry fabrication and students take home copper and silver rings they made. In Weld a Critter students learn how to MIG weld and create their own critter to take home. In Aluminum sandcasting students learn the ancient practice of metal casting and make thier own sand mold and watch as we fill the mold with molten metal. Students then clean up their cast sculpture and take it home! Afterwards enjoy refreshments in an ArtWeek exclusive Samuel Adams Brewery tour, and get a cookie from Ula Cafe.

Check out the awesome WGBH interview with Terrance Wong. He talks about teaching welding to his teen students from the Boston Day and Evening Academy at Stonybrook. They are learning how to use tools, equipment, plan projects and how to bring them to life.

We were excited to participate with the Peabody Essex Museum Rodin Exhibit to demonstrate the process of casting bronze using sand molds and then welding the pieces back together to create a finished form. This was a really fun project!


IMG_6526 “The Discarded” is a welded steel barrel sculpture by Morris Norvin depicting a mother and cub polar bear standing on a dissolving glacier. “Piscator II” is another welded sculpture by Norvin and was fabricated using recycled barrel hoops. The barrel hoops and the steel barrels, originally containing maple syrup, were donated to Stonybrook by The Sam Adams Brewery. Both are currently on display at Stonybrook Fine Arts.

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).

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