Wearing a mask in the museum is optional.
All classes are limited in size and offered in a socially distanced setting.
You're busy with work and life demands, so fitting in an art class might be challenging. But, nurturing your creative side is essential to your well-being - not to mention lots of fun!
Artistic and creative expression offers many benefits. Here are our top five:
Participants please bring your own apron.
Join us in this themed 3-week session where themes will change each month. The scope and sequence will be:
* 1st class - Introduction, technique demonstration, practice and preparation of a design
* 2nd class- Painting process development, individual instruction, and working at home is allowed and encouraged with take-home materials. My goal is to inspire a painting hobby for personal pleasure and enrichment. Sketchbook assignments will be suggested as "practice"
* 3rd class - Individual instruction, problem-solving, sharing experiences and social opportunities, display finished paintings.
September - Leaves and Lichens - negative painting, pigmented paints, drawing (or tracing) and composition
October - Seed Pods and Berries - value and volume, highlights and shadows, Gouache paints
November - Doors and Entryways - dry brush, stone and wood textures, perspective
December - Cathedral Windows - stained glass, pouring technique, masking fluid
Sculpture and Multi-Media Class