Student work by Sara Dilliplane

Spring Adult 2D Classes

 

TECHNIQUES IN DRAWING AND PAINTING

Mondays (8 wks), April 1-June 3 (No class April 15 orMay 27)

10:00am-12:30pm  |  Teacher: Peg Kane

Class Fee: $280, Materials: $40

 

Learn rendering skills for still-lives, portraits, landscapes or abstracts. This course covers various techniques for creating rich and complex drawings and paintings, including color mixing, layering acrylics and colored pencils and more.

 

 

MASTERS IN WATERCOLOR

Mondays (8 wks), April 1-June 3 (No class April 15 or May 27)

6:00-8:30pm  |  Teacher: Jess Beck

Class Fee: $280, Materials: $40

 

Students at all levels of experience are welcome to participate in this studio-style course. Beginners will learn techniques and tricks to understand how to use watercolors effectively and efficiently to create beautiful works of art, and have the chance to try mixed-media by incorporating pen and ink techniques. Advanced students are encouraged to embark on personal projects.

 


BATIK

Mondays (8 wks), April 1-June 24 (No class April 15, April 22, April 29, May 6 or May 27)

7:00-9:30pm  |  Teacher: George Summers

Class Fee: $150

 

With its colorful marbled effects, batik offers a variety of possibilities for decorating fabric. Learn to express your unique style in scarves and clothing, pillows, wall hangings, sculptures or greeting cards with this inspiring medium.

 

 

FORM AND COLOR

Tuesdays (8 wks), April 2-May 28 (No class April 16)

6:00-8:30pm  |  Teacher: Jess Beck

Class Fee: $280, Materials $40

 

In this class students will learn to accurately convey and control color  in their art. Students will be introduced to color theory and the relationships between colors on the page. Lessons include line drawing, sketching and gesture with a focus on using color to bring life to your artwork. Enjoy the basics of drawing in a relaxed and informal environment.

 


OPEN STUDIO: 2D

Wednesdays (8 wks), April 3-May 29 (No open studio April 17)

11:30am-2:30pm 

Class Fee: $160 (10 class pass), $20 drop-in

 

Are you looking for a studio space to work on personal 2D projects? Drop in to our open studio to work independently in a creative and supportive environment. These sessions are drop-in and do not include instruction or materials. (10 class pass is like a "punch card" and can be carried over each session if punches remain. Pass expires one year from date of purchase)
 

 

CLASSIC ILLUSTRATION

Wednesdays (8 wks), April 3-May 29 (No class April 17)

6:00-8:30pm  |  Teacher: Leonie Little-Lex

Class Fee: $280, Materials $35

 

Explore the world of classic illustration through the works of renowned visual storytellers including Winsor McCay, N.C. Wyeth, Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, Beatrix Potter and more. We will look at books, travel posters, magazines and advertisements from the Golden Age of Illustration to create inspired works of our own. Learn valuable skills such as color placement, composition, rendering and image content. Great for beginners or those who wish to add to their art practice.

 

 

METHODS IN PAINTING

Thursdays (8 wks), April 4-May 30 (No class April 18)

6:00-9:00pm  |  Teacher: Julianne Martin

Class Fee: $330, Materials $40

 

Students at all levels of experience are welcome to participate in this studio-style course. Techniques and methods used in art history as well as by contemporary artists will be featured in class so students may broaden their understanding of the vast world of painting. Advanced students are encouraged to embark on personal projects.

 

 

NATURE AS SOURCE

Fridays (6 wks), April 5-May 24 (No class April 12 or 19)

9:30am-12:00pm  |  Teacher: Rebecca Arnoldi

Class Fee: $210, Materials: $30

 

Students at all levels of experience are welcome to participate in this studio-style course. Students will take brief walks (weather allowing) to collect natural sources of inspiration that will be turned into sketches and paintings of naturalist art. Students will also get the chance to sketch outdoors in a variety of mediums. Advanced students are encouraged to embark on personal projects.