Posts filed under: Onsite

Diane Brown
Dec 6 & 7
This class will introduce the artist to painting on wooden cradled panels. During the first day, we will tape the sides of the wooden cradled panels, and apply three coats of gesso to the panel. The...
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Ronald Zincone
Nov 11
This course in photography basics is designed to teach and educate you on the very basics of 35mm photography with an emphasis on “digital photography” since we live in the digital age. I begin by introducing you...
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Ronald Zincone
Nov 18
This follow-up course in photography is designed to teach and educate you on the very basics of 35mm photography with an emphasis on “digital photography” since we live in the digital age. In this Part 2 course, I...
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Sarah Hirsch
Oct 27 - Nov 17
Explore oil painting and learn to see colors everywhere! We will begin with some color theory and composition foundations, working with mixing exercises and still life. From there, we will move onto students’ choice of...
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Terry Kole
6 classes, Sept - Nov
Come join our Friday cartoon class! A great way to end a week of school. We’ll work our way through your favorite cartoons, learning to exaggerate emotions, use body language and experiment with different line...
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Pat D'Ambra
Oct 7 - 28
Paint the painting you have always wanted to paint! This class is for students who wish to refine and perfect their watercolor painting skills. Each class will begin with a demo of a particular watercolor technique....
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Ann Bianchi
Oct 15 - Nov 5
Explore the basics of drawing Classic Still Life through practice and observation. Class exercises will introduce drawing materials, skills, pencil techniques and teach participants to “see” and reproduce realistic subjects as a work of art...
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Brett Swanson
Oct 3 & 10
In these 2 classes students will learn about the comic book creative process involving several main categories; Shapes, Objects, Figures, and Layout. We will begin with drawing basic shapes, and progress to objects and figures...
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Carol Chew
Sept 25
During this full-day Saturday session, we will be designing a 10”x 10” wood framed mirror using colorful mosaic tiles (provided) and/or china, ceramics and other found objects from your personal collection. We will explore different tools and techniques...
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Christy Sherman
Oct 23 & 24
Turquoise is prized for its beautiful color and patterns. Now you can make your own. Learn techniques to make faux turquoise, coral and lapis lazuli from polymer clay. Mix the perfect color, form your own shapes...
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Christy Sherman
Oct 2
Take advantage of the transparency of resin and the reflection of light off metal to make gorgeous, glowing jewelry. We will be using UV resin in class, although this technique will work with any resin. This type of...
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Christy Sherman
Sept 18
Relief sculpture is a marvelous combination of 2 and 3 dimensional techniques – drawing and sculpting at the same time. Look at a coin to see a miniature example of a relief sculpture. We will work in polymer...
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