Posts filed under: Past

Trish Hurley
April26, 28, May3, 5
Structure and form is the backbone to a good composition in plein air painting. And perspective is always out there in the street scenes, waiting for you! Working out in the streets of Wickford...
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Vicki Iannuccillo
April 4 - May 2
This is an opportunity for those who have an understanding of the basics of watercolor and want to develop their skills and experiment with new techniques. You will have the freedom to work from your...
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Susan Sward
Saturday, March 19
Let's explore painting as a naturalist would! In the Victorian era, scientific study and journaling went hand-in-hand. Natural science illustrator Susan Sward will guide the class through observation, color mixing, the use of gouache and patterning....
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Susan Sward
Saturday, April 23
Let's explore painting as a naturalist would! In the Victorian era, scientific study and journaling went hand-in-hand. Natural science illustrator Susan Sward will guide the class through observation, color mixing, the use of gouache and patterning....
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Brian O'Malley
Feb 8 - March 1
Are you interested in 2D Animation? Interested in building your own little world with paper, pens, pencils, stylus and a smartphone or tablet? Then sign up for this course and begin to explore the potential...
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Ronald Zincone
January 27
This exciting course will help you understand and teach you 35mm photography by learning just two camera modes! That's right – two camera modes that will take care of 90% of your photographic subjects! You will be taught...
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Ronald Zincone
February 10
“I understand how to use my camera but how do I compose my images?” This course will introduce you to the art side of photography known as “composition”. Understanding and learning to compose an image takes time, patience,...
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Ronald Zincone
February 24
This follow-up course to “Composition: Part One” continues with more in-depth review of design elements that will teach you the basic and most critical components to “seeing” and “capturing” a good composition. Developing your “photographer’s eye” and learning...
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Felicia Touhey
February 3 - 24
Create unique and experimental monotype prints with a teacher who is responsive to your interests, imagery and printmaking abilities. Using non toxic Akua Intaglio inks instruction includes ink mixing, ink applications and modification, color layering, stencil...
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Vicki Iannuccillo
January 10 -31
Come in out of the cold and get acquainted with the basics of watercolor painting in this introductory class. You’ll learn how to use the brushes, mix colors, apply washes, paint on different papers and much more....
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Betsey MacDonald
March 8 - 29
Portraits are much more interesting when they’re expressive and we will create expressive self portraits in charcoal. Many of the great masters used themselves as models and that’s exactly what we will do while looking and...
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Betsey MacDonald
Feb 8, 15, 22, March1
It’s our nature to be curious about nature and the best way to learn about something is to draw it. We will draw eggs, acorns, leaves, pinecones, sticks and my good friend, Jeff Skeleton. We...
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