This three weeks Still Life class focuses on the principles of drawing for both the beginner and experienced artist. Through guided instruction you will learn the fundamentals of classical drawing and how to create interesting Still Life compositions using a variety of materials, such as charcoal, graphite, and conté. Take your drawing skills to the next level!
Tuesday's March 5th - April 30th 6pm - 9pm. Instruction will introduce basic to advanced wheel-throwing techniques. Beginners will start with centering the clay and throwing cylinders and bowls. Returning students will continue to refine their personal style, learn advanced techniques and focus on individual projects. Glaze application and decoration will be explored as a group. We hope you come and join this creative ceramic community!
Learn to see and render glass and other reflective subject matter.
Clear glass may seem an elusive subject. Its transparent or translucent nature can, however, be translated to paper or canvas when you know how to look and see.
In this workshop you will learn to see the unique–and sometimes subtle–visual information of glass subjects. This information will help you create the forms in your artwork.
We’ll work from life with various objects, using careful observation of light and dark values, hues, edges and more. We’ll study and paint clear glass and colored glass. Glass subject matter will be provided. You are also welcome to bring a glass object you are interested in painting.
Practice your tiny 3D skills and create mini polymer clay pies using bottle caps as your pie tin! Each participant will be able to create a cherry, chocolate, or apple pie. Limit 2 pies per person.
Drop-In any time between 10:30 am-3:30pm
Open to all ages.
Free to members/ $5 for non-members