MONDAYS -- 12:30-2:30
Come improve your drawing skill set, regardless of your current ability, beginner to advanced. Develop your ability to render through observation, understanding light and shadow, principles of design, and the basics of perspective. The course will include weekly sketchbook assignments. First day of class 9/9/19.
Instructor: Bruce Robertson. Materials not included see materials list.
MONDAYS -- 4:30-6:30
Learn the basics of throwing on the wheel in this popular medium, where you will create your own ceramic pieces and fire them in our kiln. First day of class 9/9/19.
Instructor: Heidi Somsen. Materials included, though an initial fee of $40 applies. This fee covers materials and firing. Each additional bag of clay will be $10 each.
MONDAYS -- 4:30-6:30
This class is intended to familiarize beginning students with the techniques and skills required to produce glass projects. Starting with a history of glass art from ancient times to present, students will learn how to cut glass, using copper foil and lead came techniques to assemble glass. No experience required. First day of class 9/9/19.
Instructor: Mike Green. Materials fee of $50.
WEDNESDAYS -- 9:30-11:30 & 12:00-2:00
Have you ever wanted to paint with watercolors but thought the medium was too difficult? Are you looking for tricks to help you paint more creatively? Do you wish you could just make time to play with paint? If you have said “yes” to any of these questions, this class is for you. We will focus on both traditional and non-traditional ways to help you develop your artistic voice. Each class will explore a specific technique.
Morning Watercolor is for Beginners and Afternoon is for Intermediate painters. If you have any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructor: Barbara Kidd. Materials not included see materials list.
THURSDAYS -- 6:30-8:30
Join us in this fun and social class! We will delve deep into this traditional medium and have a blast painting landscapes, still lifes, and portraits. Beginning and intermediate painters are welcome.
Instructor: Shelley Young. Materials not included see materials list.
SATURDAYS -- 9:30-12:30
Drawing the human form is the benchmark of drawing. This class will focus on the importance of understanding anatomy to decipher what is being drawn. Students will become familiar with anatomical vocabulary and structure. Lessons will give emphasis to different skeletal/muscle groups, but we will not be drawing isolated bones and muscles. Students will be given reference materials each week and should plan to study and practice drawing in their sketchbooks throughout the semester. Students will work primarily in NuPastel, please refer to the supply list for exact materials. An additional model fee of $36 applies. This class is open to both teens and adults.
Instructors: Bruce Robertson and Shelley Young. 12 WEEKS ONLY. Materials not included see materials list.