Registration for the Winter 2020 Session is now open!
- All classes are 10-week sessions unless noted.
- There is a minimum of five students per class.
- Classes that do not meet the minimum will be cancelled.
- Registration closes one week before the first day of class.
Winter Classes: Classes begin January 4, 2020.
A new offering will take students from the drawing board to a finished acrylic painting. Advanced acrylic painters are also welcome – Vivian will provide challenges in this class for all skill levels. Drawing to Painting will take place on two separate evenings. Choose which best fits your schedule.
Tuesday 6 – 9 PM | Jan 7 – Mar 3 | 8 Weeks (No Class Feb 10)
Saturday 1:30 – 4:30 PM | Jan 11 – Mar 14
Joe Taylor brings his vast knowledge of Oil Painting to classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Take your oil painting to the next level with just the amount of support you need.
Tuesday 10 AM – 1 PM | Jan 7 – Mar 10
Wednesday 6:30 – 9:30 PM | Jan 8 – Mar 11
Kathleen Newman’s Watercolor and Pastel Painting classes are appropriate for all. She makes time for those new to the medium and provides consulting and insights for those more advanced in their studies. Both classes are nine week sessions.
Pastel: Wednesday 10 AM – 1 PM | Jan 8 – Mar 10 | 9 Weeks (No Class Jan 15)
Watercolor: Thursday 10 AM – 1 PM | Jan 9 – Mar 11 | 9 Weeks (No Class Jan 16)
Watercolor Painting is vastly different in Tom Francesconi’s class. His is a take on watercolor that is loose and fluid. Your own style will dictate the type of watercolor painting is best for you.
Saturday 10 AM – 1 PM | Jan 4 – Mar 14
The Figure Studio is offered as a series or on a drop-in basis. There is no instructor and all media are welcome. Short poses progress to longer poses. Short breaks are provided.
Monday 12 PM – 3 PM | Jan 6 – Mar 9
Marie Kirk Burke will return in the spring. She will offer an Oil Painting class on a weekday afternoon (1:30 – 4:30).
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We also offer scholarships to students who find the tuition prohibitive. Click here for details.