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Coordinator: Susan Graham 814-574-9459, firstname.lastname@example.org 9am -noon Tuesdays 8 weeks An opportunity for open studio time. No instruction provided. You may attend as suits your schedule. Fee: $10 on a drop-in basis -- No online registration. Contact the program coordinator with questions.Find out more »
Instructor: Jennifer Kane email@example.com 1-4pm Tuesdays, 8 weeks Ink is a dynamic art medium that provides high contrast, happy accidents and plenty of opportunity for playful experimentation. During each session a different set of fun techniques will be demonstrated along with step by step guidelines for trying them out in class. Fee: $140 members; $170 non-members Materials fee: $20 for paper, ink, mediums and misc materials to be provided by instructor Students to bring: Images or objects to use as reference, paint…Find out more »
Instructor: Susan Nicholas Gephart Wednesdays 9am–12pm, 8 weeks starts January 8 Discover how to see beyond the obvious within the landscape and use your photos, sketches, and plein air studies for inspiration to create a finished studio painting. This class welcomes the beginner and will also enrich and challenge the experienced painter. Susan is a product demonstrator Jack Richeson & Company, Sennelier, Canson and Multimedia Artboard. Students will have the opportunity to explore new products and experience what the medium…Find out more »
Instructor: Ken Plattner 814-360-8571, firstname.lastname@example.org 6:30-9:30pm Wednesdays 8 weeks For beginning & advanced students. Beginners make a small project and learn the basics of copper foil and stained glass work. Call Ken about materials before the first class. Fee: $140 members; $170 non-members Click here to register onlineFind out more »
Instructor: Michele Rivera 814-234-3441 email@example.com 9am-noon Thursdays 8 weeks An emotional connection is a bundle of subjective feelings that come together to create a bond. By use of subject matters and color exploration we will strive to achieve paintings that make an emotional connection with the viewers. Both novice and experienced painters are welcome. Fee: $ 140 members; $170 non-membersFind out more »
Coordinator: Tom Mickle 814-686-1881, firstname.lastname@example.org 7-9:30pm Thursdays 8 weeks An opportunity to work from a nude model. No instruction provided. You may attend as suits your schedule . Contact Tom to get on email list for notification of any cancelations. Fee: $10 on a drop-in basis -- no registration onlineFind out more »
(10am - 3pm both Friday, February 21 and Saturday, February 22) Welcome to this two day watercolor workshop where we will paint what surrounds us. It could be the beauty of the winter landscape, maybe you have pictures from your garden that you would like to paint. You are free to choose your own subject. I will demo the basic steps in watercolor painting, color mixing, how to create texture and how to create depth in a painting. Beginners are…Find out more »
Instructor: Susan Nicholas Gephart 814-360-2116 or email@example.com 9am–noon Mondays, 8 weeks Discover how to see beyond the obvious within the landscape or subject of your choice, and use your photos, sketches, and studies for inspiration to create a finished studio painting. This class welcomes the beginner and will also enrich and challenge the experienced painter. Susan is a product demonstrator and Dedicated Workshop Instructor for Gamblin Artist Colors and Jack Richeson Company artist products. Students will have the opportunity to…Find out more »
Instructor : Jennifer Kane firstname.lastname@example.org 1–4pm Mondays, 8 weeks Bring your ideas to life while learning drawing skills through observation and practice. Jennifer will introduce materials and methods with a short demonstration at the beginning of each class, followed by suggested practice activities and instructor feedback. Participants are encouraged to develop their own work over the duration of the class. Fee: $140 members ; $170 non-membersFind out more »
Students will be introduced to soapstone as an easy-to-carve artistic material. We will learn about soapstone's origins, uses and properties, proper use of tools and safety practices. During the class, each student will use rasps and sandpaper to carve and polish one or two small pieces that may be pendants or small sculptures. Students will keep their pieces and take home a new artistic skill. Snacks and drinks are included as well as all necessary supplies.Find out more »