Did you know that learning to draw not only gives you the ability to put down images on paper or canvas, but that it also develops and improves your decision making processes? Learning to draw, training your hand and your eye to work together, and teaching yourself to really see – are excellent for helping you to learn judgement, weighing the options, and decision-making skills.
If you’ve taken a drawing class in the past and fell away from it, maybe you should consider giving it another try. Every teacher has a different style and technique. If you’ve never taken a drawing class before, this would be a great time to give it a whirl. Do something for yourself; something that will make you a better thinker and take you on great adventures as you lose yourself in the work.
Art classes (daytime or evening) are now available on either an individual basis or in a classroom format.
CLASSES FOR CHILDREN
AGES 5 TO 11
$20 per one hour lesson
CLASS setting, limited to no more than four students per class. They explore many types of creative media and materials. Classes consist of a short explanation about the skill for that day, followed projects that mix fun with learning.
Some supplies are provided while others will be listed on a take-home sheet for the following lessons.
AGES 12 TO 18
Class size for students aged 12 through 18 is limited to a maximum of six students, but individual instruction is available as well.
Class sessions begin with warm-up exercises, a short period of instruction, and then move into projects that may span multiple sessions. Early emphasis is on developing drawing skills, which also improve reasoning and decision-making skills.
CLASSES FOR ADULTS
Student purchases items from a provided list
$25 per lesson (approximately ninety minutes)
In this class you will learn about Edges, Spaces, Relationship, Shadows and Highlights, and Gestalt (the whole). Classes begin with a warm-up exercise, a period of instruction, and finish with work on a project that may span multiple sessions.
Student work from the Beginning Drawing class.
Students provide materials (list provided)
$25 per lesson – approximately two hours
Class proceeds in the same manner as the drawing class – warm-up, instruction, and projects.
Same as above (Watercolor)
Students provide materials (recommended list of materials provided)
$35 per lesson – approximately two hours
Same as Intermediate Watercolor
There is no charge for this class as no instruction is provided. However, there is a $15 model fee. There is a limit of six attendees. Each person must provide their own supplies, surface (paper, canvas, etc.) and easel, if required. The class is for up to three hours. The model will be in the studio for three hours with a fifteen minute break each hour.