Current and upcoming workshops are listed below.
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Join us on Tuesday afternoon from 4:30 – 7:30 for FIGURE DRAWING.
ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME for three hours of drawing from life.
Bring your pencils, charcoals or whatever you medium is for a series of timed poses with life models.
We begin with ten two minute poses and end the session with twenty minute segments.
$15 per session
$120 ten sessions (within twelve weeks)
Bring your paints and brushes and work with Amy on a project or two of your choosing.
All experience levels welcome. Theories about composition, value, and color will be explored through demonstration.
WINTER SESSION – TUESDAYS
January 22 – April 23 9:30-12:30
walk in – $45
Image courtesy of jesikatheos.com
We’re delighted to announce a summer workshop with
AMY BRNGER, New Hampshire artist and educator.
Come paint flowers with Amy at The South Street Gallery- two days of color mixing with a limited palette, loose brush strokes, and seasonal flowers.
August 14,15 2019
Visit Amy’s website here.
The Still Life
Duane Keiser will lead a unique and challenging workshop on still life painting. Over the course of two, all-day sessions, students will study ways of constructing and investigating a still life over time, including various strategies for observing and representing light and texture, form and volume, reflection and refraction. On the first day, each student will arrange their own still life composition and, through a series of short exercises and oil sketches, gradually refine it. The second day will be spent working on the final iteration of this still life with […]
CANCELED TODAY, SEPTEMBER 26, DUE TO THE WEATHER
PLEIN AIR PAINTING WITH:
DOUG REINA – June 6, July 11, August 8, Sept 5
ALAN BULL – June 27, August 1, August 29
SUZANNE FOKINE – June 13, July 18, August 15, September 12
AMY WORTH – June 20, July 25, August 22, September 19
Wednesdays from 4-7pm July – September
Bring your medium of choice and set up for a spectacular vista to paint, draw or sketch, or just observe the process.
$20 includes informal critique and a glass of wine