Day 1: We will learn basic mark-making and other practices after a demo or two, discussing related elements. Each student will begin and complete a pastel painting.
Day 2: We will review first day and instructor will field any questions/concerns. Then we will begin and complete at least one other painting on that final day. You may bring your own photos - that you've taken - to use on the second day (subject to discussion with instructor) for your final painting(s). If you don't have any suitable source photos, the instructor will have some for you to use.
MATERIALS TO BRING:
Students will provide their own materials. A supply list will be sent out prior to the workshop.
Contact Pickle Street School Studio to register.
https://www.picklestreetschool.com/contactCall or email Joy Richmond at 616.896.9090 or
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2023 Spring Plein Air Painting Retreat
Space is limited, reserve your spot soon.
Online registration is now open for our Spring Plein Air Painting Retreat. Hope you will join us!
If you live in the area or are just painting with us for the day, you are welcome to order meals. The online form for the meals only option will be coming out soon.
217 W. Westwood
Kalamazoo, MI 49006
No one is going to know that your brilliant work exists if it goes no further than your studio. Take a chance. Stretch yourself. Make your work visible. Consider applying to one or more of the GAAC's upcoming exhibits or an artist's residency. Do it. This is the year.
Exploratory art journaling workshop led by SCA’s Outreach Educator Meg Shoup plus artist Ruth Crowe. In partnership with Arbor Circle, one of West MI’s most comprehensive providers of mental health services.
Do you struggle trying to make your creative ideas come to life because you lack drawing skills? Maybe you just want to improve your drawing skills? This class will teach you how to “see” better and give you conﬁdence in making better drawings, which will translate to better, “more ﬁnished” pieces (paintings, etc) as you progress in your studies.
Here’s what you will come away with:
• Practice exercises good to use as long as you want to improve/maintain your skills
• The BEST tricks and techniques, along with traditional study, to help you observe better for more accurate drawings
• The start of your personal art portfolio, for your forever reference
• Framable drawing studies
What: The Beginning Class series is 2 hrs each week for 6 weeks/$120 pd. before classes start.
(Intermediate studies class will follow for another 6 weeks.)
Where: The History Center (old schoolhouse), 130 Center St., downtown Douglas MI
When: Suggested Class time/dates: Tuesdays, from 10:00 am - Noon, 1:00 - 3:00 pm., starting
January 17 (then, Jan 24, Jan 31, Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21) Right now these dates and times are not set in stone, so let’s discuss! I’m open for suggestions and majority will rule.
Minimum class size is 4 students, maximum is 12
Contact me: email@example.com or call 419-349-2626
and please check out my website: www.teriutzbersee.com
I’ve had over 10 years experience in teaching studio and private classes and together, we have fun!!
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