Adult Classes 

Fall 2021

Fall Two Session: October 25-December 18

No class the week of Thanksgiving

Registration opens September 25

Fall Session Two
7 weeks: October 25-December 18
No class the week of Thanksgiving

Monday- 

1:00-3:00 Adult Mixed Media with Megan $180 (No class Nov 29)  

Tuesday

1:00-3:00 Drawing What You See with Doug  $210

Wednesday

1:00-3:00 Adult Watercolor with Ruthie $210

6:30-8:30 Adult Clay Studio with Karen $210

Thursday

1:00-3:00 Adult Mosaic with Karen $240 (new students)  $150 (returning students)

Adult Acrylic or Oil Paint
Adult Acrylic or Oil Paint

Explore classical and contemporary painting, techniques and concepts. Using Acrylic and Oil paints! These paints give a bold appearance to the art piece.

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Adult watercolor
Adult watercolor

Water colors are paints that are water soluble and are typically used on paper. The effects created from this medium are usually transparent, and also opaque depending on the amount of water and technique used.

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Adult Drawing
Adult Drawing

Drawing techniques start with development of observational skills an employ a wide range of drawing media including charcoal, graphite, and ink.  Students in these course will develop both technical abilities and creative responses to material and subject matter. The focus for these classes would be realism.

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Adult Mosaic
Adult Mosaic

A mosaic uses a technique that uses tiny parts to create a whole image. Mosaics are usually assembled using small tiles that are made of glass, stone, or other materials.

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Adult Mixed Media/Fiber
Adult Mixed Media/Fiber

Unique and interesting,  mixed media art uses a variety of mediums. Mixed media is an artwork in which more than one medium or material has been employed.  Different projects will make use of different materials including cloth, paper, pastels, ink, wood, found objects, etc.

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Adult Clay
Adult Clay

This class will introduce students to building with clay. Emphasis will be placed on the design elements; line, shape, texture, and color. Focus will be on the hand building techniques; pinch, coil and slabs. Students will be introduced to the craft of wheel thrown pottery on a limited basis.

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