DRAWING

Drawing Basics (920)

David Yeider, Studio 4
Thursdays, January 10 - March 28
1 - 3:30 pm/12 weeks
$230/Members: $210

Pick up a pencil because drawing can be
learned. Drawing is not a special talent.
Expect to acquire the techniques successful
artists use instinctively such as careful
observation and sensitive mark making.
In a supportive environment lessons will
build confidence in black and white media.
Bring a 24 x18 drawing or sketchpad, 6B,
4B, 2B, 2H, and 4H pencils and erasers
to the first class. Instruct

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Drawing Basics (921)

Michael Parr,Studio 4
Thursdays, January 10 - March 28
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$230/Members: $210

Pick up a pencil because drawing can be
learned. Drawing is not a special talent.
Expect to acquire the techniques successful
artists use instinctively such as careful
observation and sensitive mark making.
In a supportive environment lessons will
build confidence in black and white media.
Bring a 24 x18 drawing or sketchpad, 6B,
4B, 2B, 2H, and 4H pencils and erasers
to the first class. Instructor s web site:
michaelparrstudio.com

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Drawing Basics II (922)

David Yeider, Studio 4
Tuesdays, January 8 - March 26
1:15 - 3:45 pm/12 weeks
$230/Members: $210

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent
Experience expressive communication
using fundamental skills to explore visual
interpretation with an emphasis on variety
and innovation. An array of media will be
examined each class session with a variety
of subject matter. Study mark making,
compositional plotting, planar value, light and
shadow analysis, and further investigate the
principles and elements of art and design.

Chase Away the Winter Blues (926)

Drawing, Painting or Photographing in the Greenhouse
Denise Lisiecki & Mary Whalen
River Street Flowerland
Saturday, February 23
12:30 - 4 pm/One day
$65/Members: $45

Get rid of the winter blues by drawing,
painting or photographing beautiful plants
and flowers in River Street Flowerland s
greenhouse. Individual instruction will be
provided. Bring materials of your choice to
create your beautiful images.

Drawing the Human Form (923)

Michael Parr, Studio 6
Wednesdays, January 9 - March 27
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks
$240/Members: $220

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing or equivalent.
Whether it s the portrait or the figure that
interests you, here is an opportunity to gain
an understanding of human proportions
and to explore various creative mark-making
techniques. With live models and attention
to individual goals, emphasis will be on
developing personal self-expression. Bring
your favorite drawing supplies or check those
recommended on the instructor s website:
www.michaelparrstudio.com

Oil Pastel (924)

Mary Kenney, Studio 4
Tuesdays, January 8 - February 12
6:30 - 9 pm/6 weeks
$155/Members: $135

Prerequisite: Beginning Drawing/equivalent.
Explore this unusual medium that is
not quite oil paint, not quite traditional
pastel, and not quite crayon. As you draw
from life and reproductions, you'll study
color application, blending, and value
development, and learn to manipulate oil
pastels to produce results that can range
from precise to expressive, depending on
your individual style. Supply list is online and
in the school office.

Open Modeling (925)

Mondays, January 7 - March 25
6:30 - 9 pm/12 weeks, Studio 4
$135/Members: $115

Live models will pose for students and
professionals. Students must be 18 or have
written parental permission.