Friday, August 8, 2008

Class Descriptions (Sept. to May)

Kids Drawing

Join us for some drawing fun! This class promotes solid drawing skills through age-adjusted exercises. Learn right brain training, light and shadow, perspective, composition, and more!

Students will work toward choosing their own subjects. Exercises will be given to practice at home to build eye training. (maximum students: 10)

by Justin (age 14)
after 2 months

Adult/Teen Drawing

You've always wanted to draw, but you weren't sure where to begin! Join us in a relaxed, risk-free environment. Right brain exercises will be integrated with classical, old-master training techniques (an innovative approach to teaching developed by Valorie Snyder) to instill a complete foundation of skills. You'll be surprised at your results! (maximum students: 10)

by Kathy (adult)
after 3 months


Experience the enjoyment of watercolor! Students will be come familiar with mixing colors, washes, value studies, and then apply what they have learned to a painting during these color exercises. Julie will explain and demonstrate different techniques and provide individual support. Drawing experience is helpful, but not required, for this class. Intermediate students will work on composition, still life and other subjects of their choice. Individual instruction will be provided. (maximum students: 8)

Colored Pencil

Come discover colored pencil! Enjoy a portable medium that is versatile and vibrant. Different types of pencils, papers, and application strokes will be introduced. Julie will integrate drawing skills, composition and color theory into each class. All beginning students start by creating a color wheel, move on toward choosing their own subjects, and working at their own pace. Some drawing skill is recommended for this class. (maximum students: 8)

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