Meet our Artist Mentors at
Mountain Arts & Studio!

Ammo Johnson is the owner of Mountain Arts & Studio. She enjoys teaching art in all mediums to all ages! Her vision for the studio was to provide affordable classes for everyone to enjoy. She has been teaching art and dance for 9 years, and loves to watch her students build their confidence, while expressing themselves by creating beautiful works of art!

want to join our team?

Are you passionate about your artistic trade, and want to share your gift of teaching with others?

Contact Ammo @ 925-262-6770 to learn more about becoming an Artist Mentor at 
Mountain Arts & Studio!

Waylon Johsnon is our Origami expert! He is 9, and in fourth grade. Waylon has been creating beautiful origami art for 4 years, and loves to share his passion for paper art with others! Waylon also enjoys drawing, painting, sewing, crocheting and building crafts.

Stephanie Rich is our Crochet teacher! She enjoys making afghans and other items for friends and family. Granny squares are her favorite. She donates over 200 crochet blankets to homeless children every year!

Rachael Brown has always loved the outdoors. She grew up surrounded by creeks and towering redwood trees… Spending her spare time hiking and exploring the world. Now she’s surrounded by Granite peaks, Alpine Lakes, and a bounty of either snow, or wildflowers. She tries to enjoy and capture the little things that make her smile and reflect, or the big things that take her breath away.

Linnea Sword was born and raised in the beautiful mountain area of Dorrington. Art was an early passion and inspiration is taken from the natural beauty that graces our community. She lives in Arnold with her husband, two children, and two Australian Shepherds.

Dorothy Rich was a part-timer in Arnold for 40 years before becoming a permanent resident in 2019. Dorothy has always  been involved in the arts, from stained glass to ceramics. She has donated hundreds of crochet blankets to the homeless, and creates beautiful wall art quilts.

925-262-6770

Serving the Upper Hwy 4

studio@mountainartsandstudio.com

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