We offer a variety of services such as art classes, art parties, summer art camps, murals, commissions and illustration work.
Above piece is a before and after instruction example.
Dedicated to the education, creation and enjoyment of art!
Serving our community since 2007.
140 Canal St. Lewiston.
Plenty of parking. Handicap accessible.
To sign up for an art party please go to the Art Parties page.
Fused Glass and Mosaics
Featured Artist for November/December
Dedicated to the education, creation and enjoyment of art Wicked Illustrations Studio and Gallery has continued to thrive through the efforts of artists and individuals who are passionate about the arts. We believe in the importance of art in our community; art heals, empowers and inspires. Wicked Illustrations addresses the need for a space in which this belief can flourish. Through our services, products, and programs, we can reach the community and share our passion.
Monday - noon-7
Tuesday - noon-6
Wednesday - noon-5:30
Thursday - noon-7:30
Friday - noon-4
Art Parties and other events are scheduled during open hours as well as hours that are not open to the public.
If school is canceled due to weather an email will be sent to current students by 7:30 a.m. to let them know if classes will be canceled as well.
Sept, 5 Mon- No Class- Labor Day
Oct, 10 Mon - No Class-Columbus Day
Nov 23/24, Wed/ Thurs - No Class- Thanksgiving
Dec 22-Jan2, Thurs-Mon-No Class-Christmas
Jan 16, Mon, No Class- Martin Luther king
Feb 20-23, Mon-Thurs- No Class-Feb Break
April 17-20, Mon-Thurs-No Class-Spring Break
May 29, Mon-No Class-Memorial Day
Buy local. Shop small.
For the convenience of local artists and students at Wicked we offer a variety of competitively priced art supplies from acrylic and water based oil paint to alcohol ink and Copic markers. Check out our art supplies page for a complete list of what we offer.
Every 6-8 weeks at Wicked we have a different display of art work from either a featured artist or a group exhibit. We also have resident art work that is always on display.
Above piece is, "Crows of the Androscoggin," by Melanie Therrien.