Painting and Drawing Techniques (Evening Classes)

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Painting and Drawing Techniques (Evening Classes)

240.00

This workshop is tailored to all skill levels and is designed for students using their preferred paint or drawing medium (oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, dry or mixed media). You can work from photos, a still life setup that will be provided for you, or your own sketches, ideas, or personal objects that you bring to class. Accomplish your own goals as you learn and improve strong composition, principles of design, color properties, and mark-making/brushwork techniques. Students will receive individual attention from the instructor during each meeting. Bring your supplies to the first class. There will be a short introductory discussion for beginning students prior to starting your painting adventure. Others just come and begin painting! This is a lively, enthusiastic class that will be fun and full of information.

On going critiques of student work are conducted during the last 15 minutes of each class and is on a volunteer (no pressure) basis.


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Supply List - Please bring your paint and mark making materials of choice. This could be any of the following: acrylics, oils, alkyds, watercolors, gouache, collage material, pastel, conte crayon, charcoal, mediums, etc., and painting surface: Gesso board or canvas at least 16 x 20 inches in size or larger (no larger than 24 x 30 inches, primed), brushes of various sizes, preferably a flat, around 1 to 1/2 inch in size along with a few smaller flats and rounds, and one or two detail brushes.

Chairs, tables, and table easels are provided. However, drawing boards and standing easels are not. You will need to bring these if you are used to standing when painting.

Facility: The Tannery Row has plenty of parking in the back behind the building. There is a utility sink where you may wash your brushes. There is also a lined bucket for you to place any used, solvent filled rags or towels.