Posts filed under: Art Classes

Jeneane Lunn
April 1 - 29
This class is an introduction to using pastels outdoors in spring. Using the techniques of the impressionist painters, we will work to capture the changing light effects of nature. When the weather permits, we will paint...
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Mary Wojciechowski
April 14
Alcohol inks, highly pigmented and quick drying, differ from other fluid mediums as they flow, intermingle and create distinctive textures, often with unexpected results. One of the benefits of painting with alcohol inks is the opportunity to begin...
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Karen Murtha
January 19 - February 9
In this course we will be using a spot lit model with the goal of learning to understand the structure, proportions, and the anatomy of the human figure. It will also be important to capture...
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Diane Brown
April 10 & 11
Day One: Artists will learn about the oil & cold wax experience from mixing to applying it, and using unconventional tools to create different mark-making textures. Cold wax is buttery soft and when mixed with oil...
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Susan Sward
Saturday, February 11
Bird feathers are one of the most distinctive features of our avian friends. Many cultures attach spiritual meaning to finding feathers on the ground. Whether seen as a message from a loved one or simply a...
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Susan Sward
Saturday, January 14
Bird eggs come in all different sizes and colors and can be ornately speckled in various natural patterns. Each species of bird lays its own beautiful unique egg. In this class, natural science illustrator Susan Sward...
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Jan Armor
March 4 - 25
I’ve been a photographer all my life, and a teacher for the last twenty some years. I take teaching seriously and want to help you make stronger photographs. I’ve found that it isn’t the camera that...
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Felicia Touhey
January 21 - February 4
In this class students will create an accordion folding book with their own art. We will work on a series of small drawings or paintings that will be assembled into a folding book allowing all...
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Betsey MacDonald
January 17 - February 7
I’m A Materials Girl! I use and love so many different drawing materials! It’s so much fun to really attack a drawing with a well chosen medium. However, for successful drawing, it’s vital to choose...
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Betsey MacDonald
February 21 - March 14
Fruits and veggies come in every color, from candy apple-red through the entire spectrum to indigo eggplants and deep violet cherries. Their shapes are just as varied and beautiful. We’ll use produce to produce watercolors...
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Vicki Iannuccillo
January 16 - February 6
Set aside some time each week to continue on your artistic journey. This is an opportunity for those who have an understanding of the basics of watercolor and want to develop their skills and experiment...
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Ann Bianchi
March 16
Have you always wanted to draw your favorite animals? In this single class you’ll capture the personality and individualism through pencil of the pets and animals you know so well. Learn to identify key features and how to...
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