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FALL 2018 QUARTER:
SEPTEMBER 10 - NOVEMBER 10, 2018

REGISTRATION TIMELINE

Pre-registration: July 23 - 29 (Open to Summer 2018 students only, with priority registration link)
General registration: July 30 - September 2 (Save $35 per registration with membership)
Late registration: Begins September 3 (Additional late fee $15 per class and/or workshop)
Class Dates: September 10 - November 10 (unless noted otherwise)

Please note: All classes are limited to 12 students, unless otherwise noted. Classes are for students 17 and older, unless instructor consent is given. All classes have a recommended list of materials which students are responsible for purchasing. Materials lists will be available to download two weeks prior to classes starting and will be found here. Lab fees do not include materials.

By registering for a class at Art League Houston, you agree to the Art League School policies. Refunds or credits will only be issued for students that officially withdraw – with filled student drop form – before the first scheduled class meeting. No refunds or credits will be given after the first class meets. Before registering for any class, carefully read the Art League School policies by clicking here.

HOW TO REGISTER

Online:  Register here at www.artleaguehouston.org/classes
Phone: Students may register by calling Art League Houston at 713-523-9530 during regular office hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Saturday, 12:00 – 5:00 PM. Only credit card payment will be accepted over the phone.
In-Person: Registration can be completed by visiting us at 1953 Montrose Blvd. during office hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM; Saturday, 12:00 – 5:00 PM.


3d and sculpture
Jewelry Construction: Beginning – Advanced (S-1)
370.00

Mary Rogers

All Levels

Monday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$335 members / $370 public

This class covers jewelry construction techniques including: piercing, drilling, soldering, riveting, forging reticulation and roller printing as well as hydraulic forming. Advanced topics may include granulation, jewelry rendering, and blanking. In this class there is a strong emphasis on problem solving which helps students develop a personal design vocabulary. Multi-level classes allow new students to see a variety of advanced techniques and applications. Individualized instruction allows students to progress at their own pace. Please note: for safety reasons, all students must wear appropriate attire

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Ceramics: Handbuilding Tableware (S-2)
365.00

Nicolle LaMere

Beginner

Monday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$330 members / $365 public

Each class we will focus on creating functional ware to use in the home. By the end of 9 weeks you will walk away with a tea pot, tea cups, little plates for pastries, and a cream and sugar set. Techniques which will be demonstrated are coil building, slab building, and pinching. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Ceramics: Beginner (S-3)
365.00

Susan Budge

Beginner

Tuesday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$330 members / $365 public

This course introduces the students to the tools, techniques, and vocabulary of clay through lectures, demonstrations, and studio participation. Students will learn a variety of hand-building techniques, firing and glazing to achieve finished ceramic works. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students

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Ceramics: Advanced (S-4)
365.00

Susan Budge

Advanced

Tuesday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$330 members / $365 public

In consultation with the instructor, each student proposes a self-directed investigation with clay as the medium for visual expression. During the 9 weeks, the student's goals and direction are discussed, methods of presentation are addressed and the student's critical analyses of the work are continually reviewed. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students

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Intro to Moldmaking (S-5)
365.00

Nicolle LaMere

Beginner

Thursday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$330 members / $365 public

From cups and bowls to handmade jewelry we will be exploring plaster mold making provides opportunities to make exact copies of a single object. I will be presenting a comprehensive course on the properties of plaster and mold making. We will begin by creating a one-part hump and slump molds then moving onto creating our first two-part molds. Molds made in class will be utilized to create a final project in ceramic material. All levels are welcome. Please note: enrollment for this class is limited to 8 students

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Drawing What You See (D-1)
335.00

Sasha Dela

All levels

Monday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM,

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

This class will allow students to more accurately draw what they see. Students will learn and implement a specific measuring technique that can be applied to drawing the figure, landscapes, buildings and objects. The first part of the class will be focused on learning technique and adding drawing skills. The class will then use the techniques in a more personal and creative series of self-directed drawing projects. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students.

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Classical Figure Drawing (D-2)
335.00

Polly Liu

Beginner / Intermediate

Monday afternoon, 12:30 – 3:30 PM,

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

In this class, students are introduced to French Atelier training to draw the human figure. The method of sight size, a fundamental scale system, is used to reproduce the figure accurately. Students work from a live model focusing on outline, proportion, shadow, shape, and value. The model fee is due the first day of class and varies according to class size. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students

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Classical Figure Drawing (D-3)
335.00

Polly Liu

Beginner / Intermediate

Tuesday morning, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM,

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

In this class, students are introduced to French Atelier training to draw the human figure. The method of sight size, a fundamental scale system, is used to reproduce the figure accurately. Students work from a live model focusing on outline, proportion, shadow, shape, and value. The model fee is due the first day of class and varies according to class size. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students.

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Fundamentals of Portraiture (D-4)
335.00

Lucinda Cobley

Intermediate

Tuesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

During the Italian Renaissance artists made drawings on paper using combinations of red, black and white chalk and ink as studies of the human form in preparation for their painting compositions. Sensitivity to proportion, form, line and texture were of great importance. This class will assist in helping to describe the basic anatomical form of the human head, including bone structure, muscles, skin tone and hair by referencing historical techniques. We will study the relationship of the head, neck, and shoulders and also attempt to capture a range of facial expressions in numerous quick sketches and drawings lasting from 1 minute to 30+ in Conté crayon and ink wash, plus experiments with graphite and charcoal, on white and toned papers. Life model fee will be required for 8 out of the 9 sessions and will be split equally among students. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Basic Drawing 101 (D-5)
335.00

Myke Venable

Beginner

Thursday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Using basic materials, students will explore the fundamentals of drawing. Through various hands-on activities and class discussions, this course will touch upon observation, shapes, volume, value, line and texture. This class is intended for students with little or no previous drawing experience or those that want to sharpen their fundamental skills.

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Intermediate Drawing (D-6)
335.00

Myke Venable

Intermediate

Thursday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Intermediate Drawing is for the student with some knowledge of shape, volume, value, line and texture. We will work from still life objects, portrait photographs and cover basic linear perspective. The materials we will use will range from graphite pencils, charcoal pencils and Prismacolor on paper. The intention of this class is to build a stronger foundation in drawing.

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Basic Drawing 101 (D-7)
335.00

Myke Venable

Beginner

Saturday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 15 – November 10
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Using basic materials, students will explore the fundamentals of drawing. Through various hands-on activities and class discussions, this course will touch upon observation, shapes, volume, value, line and texture. This class is intended for students with little or no previous drawing experience or those that want to sharpen their fundamental skills.

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Intermediate Drawing (D-8)
335.00

Myke Venable

Intermediate

Saturday afternoon, 1:30 – 4:30 PM

September 15 – November 10
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Intermediate Drawing is for the student with some knowledge of shape, volume, value, line and texture. We will work from still life objects, portrait photographs and cover basic linear perspective. The materials we will use will range from graphite pencils, charcoal pencils and Prismacolor on paper. The intention of this class is to build a stronger foundation in drawing.

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Drawing with Metaphysical Concepts (D-9)
125.00

Myke Venable

All Levels

Monday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

October 15 & 22
2-Day Workshop
$90 members / $125 public

With the use of fundamental figure drawing skills, this 6-hour workshop will focus on creating one high quality drawing. This intensive is aimed at creating time-based decisions in terms of what elements to ignore or give priority when approaching a drawing.

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Figure Drawing Intensive (D-10)
185.00

Sasha Dela

All levels

Weekend, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM,

November 10 & 11
2-Day Workshop
$150 members / $185 public + additional live model fee

The figure is quite possibly the most challenging and complex subject to draw. Mired in our own psychological relationship with the figure and perplexed by its complicated twists and turns; How will we ever get it right? The 2-day Figure Drawing Intensive allows for students to look at pragmatic observational approaches to drawing the figure, breaking down generalized rules and clearing the path to new ways of seeing. Working with particularly challenging areas in the beginning of the class, faces hands, feet, the class will then proceed to synergize new knowledge into a full rendering of the figure. A clothed model will be utilized for the workshop. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Image Construction: Drawing Across Mediums (MM-1)
335.00

Rajab Ali Sayed

All levels

Monday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

This course critically engages contemporary image-making by experimenting with various media, including drawing, collage, photography, and painting. Over the course of 9 weeks, the class will survey a wide range of drawing techniques and apply them to ideas about space, composition, color, mark, concept and narrative. The goal of this course is to create work that demonstrates skill in various mediums, and a rudimentary understanding of what makes a compelling image. In addition to practical sessions in the studio, the class will also be exposed to films and documentaries that help re-enforce ideas discussed in class. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Clothed Figure Drawing Mixed Media (MM-2)
340.00

Lucinda Cobley

All Levels

Tuesday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$305 members / $340 public + additional live model fee

Practice drawing using colorful mixed media on paper with color pencil, pastel and water-based paint techniques from the clothed model. Beginning with basic anatomy of the human form we will develop shape, structure, and proportion using simplified drawing methods before exploring how to use color effectively in wet and dry media including collage. Details such as texture, folds, pattern, and garment shape in relationship to the human form are frequently discussed. Throughout the course there are helpful references to historical and contemporary artists’ techniques and approaches. The model poses range in length from under 1 minute for fast sketches to longer more studied poses of 30+ minutes. This course is suitable for beginners with some drawing experience. Model Fee is due on the second week of the course and covers models for 8 weeks out of 9. The model fee is split equally between participants. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 8 students

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Collage / Mixed Media (MM-3)
335.00

Sasha Dela

All Levels

Tuesday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Through the exploration of artists’ work in collage as well as hand-on experimentation this class will give students a chance to become familiar with the elements and ideas involved in collage and mixed media works. Collage has a relationship to photography and found object sculpture, as well as painting and drawing. It is a rich medium, full of possibilities. This class will experiment with materials, and construction techniques for working with and creating collage.

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Painting with Fabric (MM-4)
185.00

Preetika Rajgariah

All Levels

Tuesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

October 16 – November 6
4 weeks
$150 members / $185 public

In this course, students are challenged to treat fabric and textile as paint. We will explore and experiment with different mixed media techniques, involving collage and sewing, that push the boundaries of traditional two dimensional abstract painting. Through independent material sourcing, students are able to hone in on their personal interests as we delve into contemporary painting practices.

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Painting with Fabric (MM-5)
185.00

Preetika Rajgariah

All Levels

Wednesday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

October 17 – November 7
4 weeks
$150 members / $185 public

In this course, students are challenged to treat fabric and textile as paint. We will explore and experiment with different mixed media techniques, involving collage and sewing, that push the boundaries of traditional two dimensional abstract painting. Through independent material sourcing, students are able to hone in on their personal interests as we delve into contemporary painting practices.

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Studio PLUS (MM-6)
335.00

Cary Reeder

Intermediate

Thursday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

This class will offer students weekly open studio to work on artwork in any media, along with lessons in art fundamentals, group critiques/review, one-on-one instruction, and occasional site visits to museums and galleries.

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Writing Intensive: Artist Statement (MM-7)
185.00

Rajab Ali Sayed

Beginner

Saturday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 15 – October 6
4 weeks
$150 members / $185 public

As art becomes increasingly academic, there is greater demand on artists to contextualize their work through an artist statement. Through a series of group discussions, class presentations, and writing exercises, this class is designed to help students verbalize and transcribe their portfolios and art practices into a concise and effective artist statement that they can use to apply for grants, fellowships, residencies or graduate programs.

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Collage Workshop (MM-8)
205.00

Caroline Graham

All levels

Weekend, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM

October 20 & 21
2-Day Workshop
$170 members / $205 public

We will take a look at the history of collage from Braque and Matisse to our own Houston collage artist and designer Jerry Jeanmard and Austin-based artist Lance Letscher. Working through design and color we will produce abstract and representational pieces adding text or paint where needed.

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Classical Figure Painting in Oil (P-1)
335.00

Polly Liu

Beginner / Intermediate

Monday morning, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

In this class, students begin painting in grisaille – painting executed entirely around monochrome and usually in shades of gray or brown – to eliminate the problems of color and value and to concentrate on accuracy of drawing and the effects of light. The second part of the class utilizes a limited palette, allowing students to explore and understand the harmony and unity of light. The model fee is due the first day of class and varies according to class size. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students.

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Classical Portrait Painting in Oil (P-2)
335.00

Polly Liu

Beginner / Intermediate

Tuesday afternoon, 12:30 – 3:30 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

In this class, students begin painting in grisaille – painting executed entirely around monochrome and usually in shades of gray or brown – to eliminate the problems of color and value and to concentrate on accuracy of drawing and the effects of light. The second part of the class utilizes a limited palette, allowing students to explore and understand the harmony and unity of light. The model fee is due the first day of class and varies according to class size. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 6 students.

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Landscape Fundamentals (P-3)
335.00

Steve Parker

All levels

Tuesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 11 – November 6
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

This class is primarily concerned with painting the individual elements of landscape trees, water etc. The instructor will demonstrate and students will be encouraged to make studies of these essential components necessary in a successful landscape painting. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Color Theory for Beginners (P-4)
335.00

Cary Reeder

Beginner

Wednesday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 12 – November 7
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

The purpose of this course is to introduce students the theory and practical manipulation of color in paint. Through experimentation and completing these exercises, students will gain a better understanding of color that can be applied to any media.

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Toward the Abstract in Landscape (P-5)
335.00

Steve Parker

All levels

Wednesday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 12 – November 7
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

This course is a continuation of "Landscape into Art," but with an emphasis on composing a painting from a non-representational or abstract rather than imitative or purely representational basis. There will be plenty of latitude to continue the methods already undertaken in the previous landscape classes as well. The instructor will demonstrate and discuss these approaches as used by current and past masters. This class is being offered for all levels, however, students are expected basic knowledge of drawing and composition. Among all levels, beginners will be encouraged to draw. The primary medium is oil, however, acrylic and water-based oil paint is accepted. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Painting: Techniques 101 (P-6)
335.00

Rajab Ali Sayed

All levels

Wednesday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 12 – November 7
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

This course introduces students to basic concepts and techniques of painting as a means of visual communication. The class will cover issues of color, texture, figure / ground relationships, visual and spatial concepts, paint handling and application in acrylic and oil, as well as introduce students to basic painting vocabulary by surveying historical and contemporary painting. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Oil Painting: The Modern Method (P-7)
305.00

Ruben Coy

All levels

Wednesday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 12 – October 31
8 weeks
$270 members / $305 public

In this modern method, we use oil over acrylic paint. The painting progresses first in layers of acrylic, followed by layers in oil. The simplicity of this method makes this class ideal for the beginner and a boost for the advanced student. Using this layering technique gives the student the leverage to create fine-tuned paintings. The finished paintings have a unique luminosity and a sense of depth. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students.

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The Narrative Portrait: Drawing & Painting (P-8)
335.00

Laura Spector

Intermediate / Advanced

Wednesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 12 – November 7
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public + additional live model fee

Narrative portraits document our shared experience as humans. They share stories that come from both personal experiences and the imagination of the painter. In this course, students will draw and paint from both live models and photographs they take of models. We will begin with drawings to warm up, followed by a session of photographing the model for use in a photo transfer process, which will be covered step-by-step. Students will also have the opportunity to experience a long-form portrait process, working with a model for a three-week period to create preparatory sketches, color studies, underpaintings, and finally a completed portrait. Each student will be assigned an artist to research and present during the semester to their classmates. This class is for both oil and acrylic painters with painting experience.

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Oil Painting: The Modern Method (P-9)
305.00

Ruben Coy

All levels

Wednesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 12 – October 31
8 weeks
$270 members / $305 public

In this modern method, we use oil over acrylic paint. The painting progresses first in layers of acrylic, followed by layers in oil. The simplicity of this method makes this class ideal for the beginner and a boost for the advanced student. Using this layering technique gives the student the leverage to create fine-tuned paintings. The finished paintings have a unique luminosity and a sense of depth. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students.

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Acrylic Still Life for Beginners (P-10)
345.00

Lucinda Cobley

Beginners

Thursday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$310 members / $345 public

This beginner’s course introduces fundamental skills in acrylic painting. Working through a series of exercises with a varied range of still life objects enables exploration of form, tone, color, texture and space. Gain experience in painting in a relaxed atmosphere where individual style and approach is encouraged. As each week progresses a new stage of painting will be discovered including: applying a colored ground, under-painting, modeling light and shade, glazing and composition.

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Abstracting from the Real (P-11)
335.00

Cary Reeder

Beginner / Intermediate

Thursday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

In this class, students will learn how to create abstract works by observing the real world of objects, landscapes, people and more. The course will cover different styles of abstraction as well as the basics of composition, color, and space. This class is suitable for all levels but requires minimal painting experience. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Landscape Painting (P-12)
335.00

Steve Parker

All levels

Thursday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

This class is recommended for intermediate and advanced students and/or as a continuation of "Landscape into Art." The instructor will demonstrate and discuss techniques used in landscape painting in the first class session. Painting and making studies on site is essential in creating a convincing and expressive landscape. This class will paint and/or sketch out on location at the Houston Arboretum at least twice during the quarter, weather permitting. This will be further discussed in class. The primary medium is oil, however, acrylic and water-based oil paint is accepted. (Watercolor is not accepted). Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Acrylic Still Life for All (P-13)
345.00

Lucinda Cobley

All Levels

Thursday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM

September 13 – November 8
9 weeks
$310 members / $345 public

Explore relationships between color, form, texture, space and composition by painting from a series of contemporary still life set-ups. This experimental studio-based class will develop your confidence in acrylic painting by improving skills of immediacy by spontaneously drawing with the brush and blocking in tonal values. Emphasis will be placed on color mixing, color contrast and preparing textures using a variety of everyday tools. We will also explore combining different acrylic mediums, gels and pastes into pure color to investigate glaze application and dimensional surfaces. Class is suitable for beginner and intermediate level.

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Landscape into Art (P-14)
335.00

Steve Parker

All levels

Saturday morning, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM

September 15 – November 10
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Utilizing memory and personal experience, students are encouraged to render their own impressions of the subject. Individual elements of the landscape are explored and demonstrated. The instructor will offer techniques and specific methods in landscape painting. The class includes informal discussions ranging from painting methods to basic color theory. The primary medium is oil, however, acrylic and water-based oil paint is accepted. Please note: enrollment for this course is limited to 10 students

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Acrylic Toolbox (P-15)
130.00

Laura Spector

Beginner

Saturday, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

September 22 & 29
2-Day Workshop
$95 members / $130 public

If you have always wanted to paint but never knew how to start, this workshop is designed especially for you! This acrylic painting workshop is intended to prepare beginning students with the knowledge needed to begin creating their own acrylic paintings, or to move into a more intensive painting class with ease. You will learn the essentials of using acrylic painting materials, basic color theory and ways to begin a painting. By the end of the 2nd day, you'll have the confidence, skills and vocabulary to move forward into your next painting class, or solo artistic adventure!

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Egg Tempera and Encaustic Painting (P-16)
200.00

Sasha Dela

All Levels

Saturday, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM

October 27
1-Day Workshop
$165 members / $200 public

This course will allow students to experiment with these beautiful and less common painting mediums. Egg Tempera paint is made from combining egg yolk and colored pigment using a specific painting ground. It allows for the building up of layers to create a special luminosity. Encaustic is made with beeswax and pigment and heat is used in the process of mixing and applying paint. Many surprises occur while heating the paint on panel. Students will be provided with all of the materials needed for both techniques, including painting panels, brushes, and paint. Students may experiment with the new techniques in their own style. Clear instructions for making and using the paints will be given so at-home setup will be possible after taking the course. Safety will be discussed throughout the workshop.

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Landscape Techniques (P-17)
185.00

Steve Parker

Beginner / Intermediate

Wednesday & Thursday, 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM

December 5 & 6
2-Day Workshop
$150 members / $185 public

In this workshop we will explore various techniques used in rendering landscape subjects such as the use of painting knife and brush work applications. We will be working in oil paint however acrylic and water base oil is accepted. We will be working from photographs so please bring one or several to choose from if you like Please note: enrollment for this workshop is limited to 10 students

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Watercolor (W-1)
335.00

Caroline Graham

All Levels
Monday afternoon, 1:00 – 4:00 PM
September 10 – November 5
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Explore the vibrancy and transparency of watercolor. The instructor will emphasize color, design, and contrast. Students will learn to layer and control the pigment and rescue the white paper while retaining the spontaneous, fresh-looking result.

THIS CLASS IS FULL

Watercolor (W-2)
335.00

Caroline Graham

All Levels
Wednesday evening, 6:30 – 9:30 PM
September 12 – November 7
9 weeks
$300 members / $335 public

Explore the vibrancy and transparency of watercolor. The instructor will emphasize color, design, and contrast. Students will learn to layer and control the pigment and rescue the white paper while retaining the spontaneous, fresh-looking result.

THIS CLASS IS FULL