Art Workshops, Classes & Retreats


"Exploring Drawing Through Mediums"
Tuesdays, February 27 - March 27, 2018
 

Explore assorted drawing techniques through different mediums with Susan Wiersema. This class is appropriate for all levels, from the absolute beginner to the advanced artist. Most supplies provided. Week 1, Graphite: Lines, Contour, and Gestural. Week 2, Charcoal: Shading and Values. Week 3, Colored Pencil: Blending, Shades/Tints, and Strokes Quality. Week 4, Ink: Crosshatching and Stippling. Week 5, Drawing Media Party: Mixing it up and Critiques.
 
Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Instructor: Susan Wiersema
Cost: $350
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Website, email, 206-715-6663


"Painless Perspective Workshop"
March 10-11, 2018
 

Perspective is at the heart of good drawing and painting, allowing us to translate the observable world into a believable two-dimensional image. Learn its basic principles and methods in clear, easy-to-understand language, without special tools or complex geometry. Apply these principles to still life, interiors and cityscape views. Basic drawing experience recommended.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Frederic C. Kaplan
Cost: Non-Credit: $195
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Avian Drawing"
Tuesdays, March 13 - April 3, 2018
 

Don’t miss this unique bird-drawing class with renowned artist and esteemed PAFA faculty member Patricia Traub! Work from live avian subjects, both seed-eating varieties and birds of prey, provided by the Academy of Natural Sciences. Further hone your understanding through focused studies of bird anatomy and feather structure. Work in graphite, charcoal, colored chalk, and pastel on toned papers, referencing Old Master techniques. Includes a history of animal drawing and painting.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Patricia Traub
Cost: Non-Credit: $495
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Teen Workshops - Drawing to Painting: Thinking Outside the Box"
March 17, 2018
 

Technical and observational skills lay the foundation of every artistic practice. This one-day workshop with noted painter Kyle Martin will focus on working with line and contour, shape and form, light and shadow, and space and depth through a series of drawing and painting exercises. Develop your ability to see while working on a sight-size drawing, capture light, shadow, and form through a heightened drawing, and practice your new skills in a quick plein air painting. Additionally, Kyle will share his path to establishing a full-time studio practice and provide insight into what’s next for teen participants.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Kyle Martin
Cost: $60
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Developing the Figure through Drawing and Painting"
March 19-22, 2018
 

Learn how to paint the human figure starting with drawing and then progressing to painting from the life model. Students will learn a systematic technique by painting models holding short and long poses. The great paintings throughout history always have a beautiful balance of proportion, value, color and edge. These aspects are what give power and presence to your work. Aristides provides frequent demos, breaking down the process of painting into clear and consecutive steps, as well as critique and instruction each session. Students will focus on how to start a drawing and develop Proportion, Value, Color, and Edge-work, which will help them to accurately capture a likeness within a limited time frame.
 
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Instructor: Juliette Aristides, www.aristidesarts.com
Cost: $550 + $50 model fee
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Website, email, (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707


"The Six Essential Skill Sets of Drawing"
March 23-25, 2018
 

In this three-day intensive workshop, California artist David Lobenberg will cover the six primary skill sets of drawing: angles, proportion, position, contours, values, and shapes. David will present, discuss, and demonstrate each skill set, then follow up with an exercise specifically designed to effectively practice each. The presentation order of skill sets is designed to be cumulative, so participants can continue to practice previously taught skills in their exercises as they simultaneously work with the most recently taught skills. Participants will be provided with visual learning tools and handouts as part of the workshop format. This class is for the novice who wants to learn how to draw, as well as for those who struggle with drawing and want to become better at it.
 
Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Instructor: David Lobenberg, lobenbergart.com
Cost: $375
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Website, email, 206-715-6663


"Botanical Alla Prima"
April 7-8, 2018
 

Spring is here! Learn to capture the essence of a living, botanical subject quickly and spontaneously in pencil and watercolor, to create fresh and immediate work. This method can be used for preparatory studies for sustained paintings, compiling a field sketchbook, or as an end in itself. All levels welcome.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Linda Gist
Cost: Non-Credit: $195; Lab Fee: $10
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Introduction to Art Journaling: Just for a Season"
April 14, 2018
 

Art journaling is a personally expressive form of record-keeping. Learn how to transfer your creative ideas on paper through engaging prompts and practical tips. Complement your writing with drawing and other media, including watercolor. Using the four seasons as a starting point, draw from your life and memories to create a unique record.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Dressler Smith, dresslersmith.com
Cost: Non-Credit: $75
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Vivid, Versatile Colored Pencil"
April 20-22, 2018
 

Explore the fascinating range of colored pencils, both "dry" and water soluble. Kristy, a seasoned workshop instructor and author, has taught nationwide. She brings an enthusiasm for the medium and fosters a pleasant, supportive, informative classroom atmosphere. Enjoy frequent demonstrations, plenty of one-on-one time, and an abundance of samples: pencils, papers, boards, blenders. Come and explore the ever-expanding potential of colored pencil in an inviting, historic art center!
 
Location: Manhasset (Long Island), New York
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Cost: $350, or $375 for non-members
Sponsor: The Art Guild of Port Washington, NY
Website, email, 516-304-5797


"Passion for the Palette"
April 28-29, 2018
 

Explore how the science and psychology of color play key roles in composing dynamic visual narratives, and learn how to tailor your palette to support your work’s message. Work from still life arrangements with colored lights for brilliant optical effects with emotional resonance. Open to all media.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Michelle Oosterbaan, www.michelleoosterbaan.com
Cost: Non-Credit: $195
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Composite Drawing: Transcribing a Facial Memory into Art"
April 30 - May 4, 2018
 

Composite drawings are investigative tools meant to convey information about a suspect’s face. However, it is important not to overlook the technical aspects of good draftsmanship. Effective art technique and style both enhance the ability to capture a likeness, and increase the potential for recognition and identification in these drawings. This workshop will address three critical aspects of the composite drawing process: drawing, interviewing, and application within a law enforcement context. It comprises a range of drawing-intensive exercises that reinforce traditional drawing fundamentals such as facial proportion, value and shading. Additionally, practical exercises will explore distinctions of gender, ancestral heritage and expression. Photographic reference material will be utilized and instruction will be supplemented through a demonstration with a live model.
 
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Instructor: Jorge Molina
Cost: $850
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Website, email, (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707


"Understanding the Human Face"
April 30 - May 4, 2018
 

If you struggle to get the desired degree of likeness or just the right expression in your portraits, this might be the class for you! As artists, a better comprehension of the human face in all its complexity and variation can lend an added dimension to our portraits. This unique workshop will involve exercises in both drawing and sculpture. It benefits artists working in any medium who seek to accurately and naturalistically depict facial images. We will cover basic craniofacial anatomy, depiction of individual facial features, facial variations due to sex and ancestry, subtleties of growth and aging, along with the myriad expressions that can be read from our faces. Each artist will master new skills for greater insight into portraiture.
 
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Instructor: Karen T. Taylor, www.karenttaylor.com
Cost: $950
Sponsor: Scottsdale Artists' School
Website, email, (480) 990-1422 or (800) 333-5707


"Sketch on the Go"
May 12, 2018
 

Capture the active life of the city and its rich architecture. This is an excellent workshop for anyone who wants to learn to sketch on the bus or train, in cafés and public parks, or while traveling abroad. Topics include perspective, gauging proportions by eye, gesture figure drawing, and methods for simplifying form. All levels welcome.
 
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Instructor: Frederic C. Kaplan
Cost: Non-Credit: $95
Sponsor: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Website, email, 215-972-7632


"Spring Studio Intensive in Painting and Drawing"
May 14-25, 2018
 

The Studio Intensive Program provides experienced artists with the time, space, and community to develop a body of work and participate in a creative dialogue with peers during PenArt’s quiet season. Combining theory, practice, and feedback, this program encourages experimentation and exploration within self-defined projects. Facilitated by Shan Bryan-Hanson, lectures, discussions, and readings on relevant art-making topics, as well as individual and group critiques will supplement independent studio activity throughout the two-week session. All approaches to painting and drawing are welcome. Studios are open Monday - Friday each week, 8am - 5pm. Shan will lead activities on Monday, 5/14; Thursday 5/17; Tuesday, 5/22; and Friday, 5/25, 9am - 4pm.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Shan Bryan-Hanson, www.ShanBryan-Hanson.com
Cost: Members: $430, Non-Members: $470
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Nature Journaling with Cynthia Quinn"
May 19-20, 2018
 

Combine your interests in art and nature by starting a sketchbook journal in this two-day workshop. Start with the basics of drawing fundamentals, then begin to explore using various media. Pen and ink, watercolor pencil, and watercolor techniques will be presented along with ways to incorporate words or poems, and decorative borders. Cynthia will present many examples from her journals, give brief demonstrations to generate ideas and will work one on one with students to assist as you get started.
 
Location: Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin
Instructor: Cynthia Quinn
Cost: $150
Sponsor: River Arts Inc.
Website, email, 608-643-5215


"Basic Drawing"
Wednesdays, May 30 - June 27, 2018
 

Drawing is the gateway to self expression and it’s never too late to learn. This five-week course covers all the basics starting with how to hold a pencil and ending with choosing your own subject matter. In an atmosphere of support and encouragement, students will acquire skills enabling them to render objects, landscape, and architectural forms. Topics include line, value, composition, and color. Beginning to Intermediate level.
 
Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Instructor: Amy D'Apice, artconspiracy.net
Cost: $350
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Website, email, 206-715-6663


"Figure Drawing"
Thursdays, May 31 - June 28, 2018
 

Designed for students of all levels, this five-week course covers fundamentals of proportion and anatomy while encouraging individual expression and interpretation. Combing both traditional and contemporary approaches, instruction includes: understanding of form, skeletal, and musculature structure, as well as the figure in space. Students will learn to construct the figure using live models, photography, and principals taken from fashion illustration.
 
Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Instructor: Amy D'Apice, artconspiracy.net
Cost: $350 + model fee
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Website, email, 206-715-6663


"Graphite with a Message"
June 9-10, 2018
 

This two day workshop will focus on dramatically communicating your own personalized concept and artistic message using a pencil application method. This method maximizes the full range of dark to light pencil values without the presence of that distracting graphite sheen. A few basic exercises will build your expertise, then you’ll begin a personal artwork of your own subject matter, design, and composition, and be able to confidently complete (at your own pace, in your own space) the drawing beyond the workshop hours. There’s such satisfaction in powerfully sharing your mind and heart with others through what your hands have drawn in simple pencil!
 
Location: Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin
Instructor: Rhonda Nass
Cost: $155
Sponsor: River Arts Inc.
Website, email, 608-643-5215


"Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil"
June 11-14, 2018
 

This workshop focuses on "painting from a point", using a variety of pencils and surfaces to create dynamic paintings. Products include: waxy/oily colored pencils, watercolor pencils, and wax pastels. Surfaces include papers, boards, even sanded papers. Featuring an abundance of colored pencils and materials, this workshop is full to the brim, with demonstrations and techniques that are sure to increase your repertoire. Kristy is a supportive, experienced instructor, the author of Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil. She is also the featured artist on 4 instructional DVDs. Grand Marais is located on the north shore of Lake Superior- ideal for a summer getaway. Some drawing experience preferred.
 
Location: Grand Marais, Minnesota
Instructor: Kristy A. Kutch
Sponsor: Grand Marais Art Colony
Website, email, 218-387-2737


"Drawing Your Favorite Subjects with Confidence"
June 18-19, 2018
 

Using common drafting materials and personal photographs, learn how to capture your chosen subject matter with confidence. Develop a solid grounding in drawing focused on creating convincing contrast, texture, and shading. Lee will demonstrate his drawing process in stages, including preliminary sketching, transferring compositions to large, final paper, proper use of tools, hatching and blending grays, and working subtractively. Take these easy-to-learn techniques and apply them to a drawing of your own composition with Lee available for individualized feedback. Leave this workshop with one finished or well-under-way work of art.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Lee Mothes, www.OceansAndDreams.com
Cost: Members: $225, Non-Members: $250
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Still Life Drawing with Charcoal / Subtractive Drawing Technique"
June 23-25, 2018
 

In this workshop students will engage in the process of drawing using the technique of subtractive drawing. We will be working on gesso primed paper utilizing a variety of drawing tools including brushes, an array of erasures, sandpaper, exacto knives and turpentine. Beginning with a solid black prepared paper students will render through direct observation the form and light of the still life while giving consideration to just how much visual information is necessary for the image to be convincing.
 
Location: Langley, Washington
Instructor: Evelyn Woods, www.evelynwoodsart.com
Cost: $350
Sponsor: Whidbey Island Fine Art Studio
Website, email, 360.637.4690


"Lush and Lively Colored Pencil"
July 10-13, 2018
 

The majestic Oregon coast is calling! Kristy Kutch, author and longtime workshop instructor, invites you for four fascinating days, exploring the remarkable range of colored pencil techniques. Waxy/oily and water soluble colored pencils, plus watercolor crayons, will be featured, even combining them for "painterly" results. Giving frequent demonstrations, Kristy acquaints students with an abundance of related materials. Students receive a generous supply of products, including new items on the art scene. Classes are held (ocean-view classroom) at Newport Visual Arts Center. (Contact Kristy to register, not the Visual Arts Center.) Kristy Kutch is the author of the books Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil, as well as 4 instructional DVDs.
 
Location: Newport, Oregon
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Cost: $290, including welcome lunch, snacks, drinks
Sponsor: Kristy Kutch Colored Pencil Workshops
Website, email, 219-874-4688


"Creating a Series: A Workshop in Drawing and Painting"
Tuesdays, July 17 - August 7, 2018
 

This workshop is designed to take students through the process of creating a small body of work (5-7 pieces) from conceptualization to completion. Participants will meet over four consecutive weeks for work sessions, critique, support, and discussion of the next step forward. Pieces may be drawings, paintings, or mixed media.
 
Location: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Instructor: Amy D'Apice, artconspiracy.net
Cost: $375
Sponsor: Winslow Art Center
Website, email, 206-715-6663


"Wet or Dry: the Amazing Range of the Colored Pencil"
July 18-19, 2018
 

You are invited to scenic, historic Astoria, Oregon, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean! Learn from Kristy Kutch, refining colored pencil techniques. Both waxy/oily and water soluble colored pencils are featured, even combining the two types of pencils for "painterly" results. Offering frequent demonstrations, Kristy acquaints students with a surprising variety of materials which are colored pencil compatible. Each student receives a generous supply of take-home products, including new additions to the art scene. Classes are held at Astoria Art Loft, directly above a wonderful art-supply store. Kristy Kutch is the author of the books Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil, plus 4 instructional DVDs.
 
Location: Astoria, Oregon
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Sponsor: Astoria Art Loft
Website, email, 503-791-8444 or 503-338-6174


"Resourceful Line"
July 20-21, 2018
 

This multi-level workshop focuses on experimental approaches to drawing. Discover an appreciation of everyday objects for their linear quality and the possibilities for integrating them into your existing studio practice. Exploration will range from using traditional media to collecting found drawing media on instructor led walks through the campus that illustrate the versatility of line in multiple dimensions. Lectures, demonstrations, and in-progress and final critiques will address developing a resourceful practice by reusing and responding to found materials.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Diana Gabriel, DianaPGabriel.com
Cost: Members: $225, Non-Members: $250
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Beyond Green: Exploring Color Through Landscape"
August 8-11, 2018
 

Using the landscape as inspiration, this workshop will enrich and expand your understanding of color. Explore the science and psychology behind it, your perception in regards to nature, as well as color theory and relationships. Working with the medium of your choice, you will reference photos to create individual and rich landscape compositions that explore color interaction and perception. Painting techniques such as layering, glazing, optical color mixing, and broken brushstrokes will be demonstrated and discussed. Individual and group instruction, slide lectures on historical and modern approaches to color in the landscape, and critiques will augment this engaging workshop. Possible media include oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, colored pencil, and pastel.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Nina Weiss, www.NinaWeiss.com
Cost: Members: $450, Non-Members: $490
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Drawing the Portrait: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach"
August 8-11, 2018
 

This workshop embraces a cross-disciplinary approach to drawing the portrait. Using classical methods relied on by artists for centuries, you will alternate between drawing and sculpting from life. This approach to visualizing, understanding, and representing the human head will accelerate your learning and confidence. A portion of each day will be spent working from a live model to create finished drawings in graphite and charcoal. In addition, you will spend time working on a 3D clay head study; focusing on proportion, generalizing shapes, and identifying plane changes. These sculptural exercises will help you to better draw anatomically correct and proportional features. Leave this workshop with a set of new skills and tools to analyze and perfect your future work.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Kate Borcherding
Cost: Members: $525, Non-Members: $565, includes clay and model fees
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Colored Pencil: Delicate to Dynamic"
September 10-13, 2018
 

Sharpen your colored pencils for workshop fun in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin- post-summer rush but still during the mild September weather. Kristy Kutch, a supportive teacher, is the author of Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil; she is also featured in 4 instructional DVDs. Included are many aspects of this medium and its compatible surfaces. Create effects ranging from soft, transparent, and aqueous to dense and dramatic. Harbor Shores Hotel, located on Geneva Lake, offers fantastic student discounts. Guests receive continental breakfasts and rooms featuring mini-fridges and microwaves. (Lodging reservations should be made separately: 888-746-7371. Mention this workshop for discount.) Bring an extra tote bag for samples; plan for this memorable fall workshop!
 
Location: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Cost: $285, including dinner on September 11
Sponsor: Kristy Kutch Colored Pencil Workshops
Website, email, 219-874-4688


"Colored Pencil: Drama on Dark Paper"
September 14-15, 2018
 

Whether a novice or veteran in colored pencil, discover and become proficient with layering techniques that allow you to capture drama beyond what you thought possible of the medium. Examining the work of contemporary colored pencil artists, you will experiment with various stroke applications, produce a color match strip, and design and begin a final composition. Rhonda will provide individualized feedback throughout the workshop and boost your confidence in your ability to complete your work with excellence.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Rhonda Nass, www.RNass.com
Cost: Members: $225, Non-Members: $250, plus materials fee
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Sketching Door County's Architecture"
October 1-4, 2018
 

In this workshop, learn how to capture the essence of Door County’s charming structures as you explore techniques in pen and ink, watercolor, and colored pencil. Combine these media in vibrant sketches while out in the field, weather permitting. Through demonstrations, handouts, and individualized feedback, Ann will share how to simplify perspective in the field, create sound compositions, add color, and make marks that add texture and interest to your sketches. There will be ample time to practice, ask questions, and share and critique your work. Leave this workshop with a new way of working that is incredibly portable and rewarding.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Ann Thomas, www.AnnThomasIllustration.com
Cost: Members: $450, Non-Members: $490
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Drawing for Dummies"
October 1-4, 2018
 

If you have always wanted to learn to draw, or feel your drawing skills are rusty or inadequate, this workshop will help you gain confidence in rendering a variety of subject matter in a realistic way. By learning to tap into your intuitive right brain, you will dramatically improve perception and technical skill as you explore the process of drawing. Mynn will lead you through a series of simple exercises that are fun, easy, and meditative in nature, resulting in a remarkable development of skills. This workshop is designed for the absolute beginner, as well as those working in other media interested in honing their drawing skills.
 
Location: Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Instructor: Mynn Lanphier
Cost: Members: $225, Non-Members: $250
Sponsor: Peninsula School of Art
Website, email, (920) 868-3455


"Colored Pencil: Vivid and Versatile"
October 1-3, 2018
 

Explore colored pencil potential- both traditional (non-watercolor) and watercolor pencils. Kristy Kutch, author of Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil, is also featured in four instructional DVDs. She brings a wealth of experience and a friendly, supportive attitude that bolsters everyone- beginner to veteran. Kristy guides students through many techniques, with frequent demonstrations and access to large demonstrator sets of pencils. Come prepared to take home plenty of samples and goodies, too! This workshop will be held in a peaceful country studio setting with a small group (maximum 12). Students wishing to stay on-site should inquire about lodging at the nearby Lindenwood Retreat Center. Daily lunches are included in the price of the workshop.
 
Location: Donaldson (near Plymouth), Indiana
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Sponsor: Moon Tree Studios, the Center at Donaldson
Website, email, 574-935-1712


"Exploring Colored Pencil Potential"
November 8-10, 2018
 

Expand upon the "pointed potential" of colored pencil! Kristy Kutch, author of Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil, The New Colored Pencil, and the artist in 4 instructional DVDs, has taught over 200 colored pencil workshops. She provides an informative, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere. Waxy "traditional" and water soluble pencils will be included, with fascinating "painterly" techniques for both types of pencils. Water soluble wax pastels, often called "watercolor crayons", will also be featured. Explore a range of compatible papers and boards- supplied as free samples- which lend themselves beautifully to this dynamic medium. There will be demonstrations, individual attention, many materials to sample, and a generous cache of take-home supplies for each student.
 
Location: Springfield (near Eugene), Oregon
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Sponsor: Emerald Art Center
Website, email, 541-726-8595


"Creating a Painting in Colored Pencil"
February 7-9, 2019
 

Take a February "cabin fever break"- come to Quincy, Florida! Kristy Kutch, an experienced, supportive workshop instructor, welcomes you for three fascinating days, exploring the remarkable range and potential of colored pencil techniques. Waxy/oily and watercolor colored pencils, even some watercolor crayons (water soluble wax pastels), will be featured, combining them for "painterly" results. Giving frequent demonstrations, Kristy acquaints students with an abundance of related materials. Kristy is the author of the books Drawing and Painting with Colored Pencil and The New Colored Pencil. She is also the featured artist in four instructional colored pencil DVDs. Students receive a generous supply of sample products, including new items on the art scene. (No exaggeration: bring a spare tote bag!)
 
Location: Quincy (near Tallahassee), Florida
Instructor: Kristy Kutch
Sponsor: Gadsden Arts Center & Museum
Website, email, 850-627-5023


"Fundamental Art Skills"
Monday - Friday - year round
 

Sherry Egger has a background in graphic art and has experience in a variety of mediums. Her work has been featured in The Colored Pencil Magazine and she was selected to do a technique demonstration article for this magazine in 2015. A popular instructor, she is comfortable with many different artistic mediums and her classes consist of not only pencilists but also those who paint in oil and acrylic. Her emphasis on fundamentals, values, and strong contrast bring both beginning artists as well as those who have been painting for years. Creativity is her strong suit and she is constantly experimenting with new techniques, new concepts and different mediums. Sherry instructs weekly classes at Anderson Gallery’s - Artist's Annex.
 
Location: St. Simons Island, Georgia
Instructor: Sherry Egger
Cost: $40.
Sponsor: Anderson Fine Art Gallery
Website, email, 912.506.2982


 

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