adult courses

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mondays

Life Drawing + Painting Mondays

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2. 

Mondays Jun. 25 – Aug. 13 (8 sessions)
9:30am-12:30pm
$245

Develop the skills you need to create a work of art from a nude model. Poses will include short, two-minute gestural drawings, as well as longer poses ranging from twenty minutes up to two hours in length. Each participant will receive individual instruction. Model fee included.

Faculty: George Kozmon

tuesdays

painting Tuesdays 

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2

Tuesdays  Jun. 26 – Aug. 14 (8 sessions) 
9:30am-12:30pm
$215

This class will cover techniques of both watercolor and oil painting. Students will paint objects from life including still life, botanical subjects, portraits and landscapes. Demonstrations and visual examples will cover important points related to visual perception, composition, handling of the paint and color mixing.   

Faculty: Robert Raack

WEDNESDAYS

Portrait Painting + Drawing

All skill levels welcome. Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Wednesday Jun. 27 – Aug. 15 (except 7/4) (7 sessions) 
9:00-12:00pm
$245

Working in any medium, you will use a creative approach when looking and working from clothed models. Faculty will provide individual attention and critiques to help you refine your skills in portraiture. Model fee included. 

Faculty: Dino Massaroni

Pottery Wednesdays - Morning 

All skill levels welcome. Supplies provided. Studio 3.

Wednesdays Jun. 27 – Aug. 15 (except 7/4) (7 sessions) 
10:00am-1:00pm
$215

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels. Beginning projects will be offered and advanced students will evolve their skills and create their individual projects. 

Faculty: Beth Carpenter

Oil Painting + Chalk Pastel

Intermediate – Advanced. Supply list provided. Studio 2.

Wednesdays Jun. 27 – Aug. 15 (except 7/4) (7 sessions) 
1:00pm-4:00pm
$195 

Learn the essential skills needed to paint as a realist in oil paint or chalk/oil pastel. The first class includes a discussion of materials and a demonstration by Dino of his techniques for rendering subjects in stunning detail. Drawing skills are necessary.  

Faculty: Dino Massaroni

Pottery Wednesdays Evenings

Beginners – Advanced. Supplies provided. Studio 3.

Wednesdays Jun. 27 – Aug. 15 (except 7/4) (7 sessions) 
6:30-9:00pm
$215

This pottery course is designed to teach the techniques of wheel-throwing, hand-building and glazing at all skill levels, to create beautiful and artistic pieces in clay. Introductory projects will be taught for beginning students, while advanced students will learn and explore new techniques. All students will deepen their knowledge of ceramics and evolve their skills with the guidance of an experienced instructor.  

Faculty: Andrea Serafino