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1 MONDAY OIL PAINTING Learn to use and enjoy the wonderful medium of oil paint. Students will learn the basics of oil painting materials and methods, including color mixing techniques, and enhance their observational skills as they focus on still-life, landscape, and abstraction. New topics will be covered daily along with demonstrations and one-on-one instruction. No previous experience with art is required! Please bring whatever oil painting supplies you have to the first class. We will go over supplies on the first day. Contact instructor by if you would like a supply list or have questions about what to bring. Jun. 1,8,15, 22 Jul.13, 20, 27 Aug. 3,10, 17 ABSTRACT PAINTING Nicole Packard In this five week course, participants will learn how to use acrylic paint and mixed media to create abstract works of art based on natural forms. By combining and layering different organic shapes and taking inspiration from microscopic and macroscopic imagery, each person will build their own work of art based on the nature of the already abstracted shapes. Whether you are a beginning painter interested in exploring abstraction for the first time or a seasoned artist curious to expand your artwork, this class has something for you. Jul. 20, 27 Aug. 3, 10, 17 $95 Members $115 PEN & INK & 5:30-8:00pm Mary McGuire Bring your pencils, pens and watercolors to class and whatever paper you have. We will try out different approaches in using these media in still life, landscape etc. Open to all - freedom of expression is encouraged! Weather permitting we will work outside. Please contact instructor with any questions. Jun. 1, 8, 15, 22 $75 Members $90 Jul. 13, 20, 27 ARCHITECTURAL SUBJECTS, YOUR WAY 6:30-9:30pm Julia Nelson Learn how to handle drawing and painting buildings within larger scenes, how to depict buildings without including every detail, and how to make your depiction of a variety of buildings more effective in your artwork. Learn how to suggest detail without drawing all of it and how to get the scale and perspective right. Tips will be given on representing window glass, siding, stone and brick. Learn how to use shadows to suggest dimension and accurately create cast shadows, suggesting time of day. Students will work with some basic drawing materials as well as materials of their choosing for some of the projects. Instruction will be geared toward your choice of media; please contact the instructor for information about supplies. This class is appropriate for all experience levels, and teens are welcome! Aug. 3, 10, 17 Many instructors welcome teens in their class during the summer. Please call the instructor or the office ( ) to inquire about a particular class.

2 PAINTING OPEN STUDIO Susan Graham TUESDAY Paint on your own in an unstructured environment. No prior class attendance required and you may attend as suits your schedule on a drop-in basis. Jun. 2 Aug. 18 EXCEPT: Jul. 7 Fee per day: $7 Members; $10 COLOR THEORY Why does color speak so strongly to us? What are its effects? What is it made of? This course seeks to reveal answers to these questions. Students will practice numerous exercises to build an intuitive and scientific understanding of warm and cool colors. We will break color down into its most basic components and do many experiments to test color relativity. There will also be common sense discussions on which pigments to use to mix specific colors. No previous experience with art is required! The class has useful practices, but uses no still-lifes or observational painting, and is for those who want to better understand how to use color. Please instructor with any questions and for the supply list; artists have their choice of media (acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, etc) for most exercises. Jun. 2, 9, 16, 23 INTRODUCTION TO HANDBUILDING CLAY Lynn Anne Verbeck Put your creativity to work as you use earthenware clay to learn techniques for constructing both functional and decorative ceramic pieces - such as bowls, lidded containers and vases. Also learn a variety of techniques for decorating clay surfaces, as well as ways to work with color to enhance your pieces with glazes. More advanced students will be accommodated through individualized instruction. Teens are welcome in this class. 25 lb. of clay, glazes and use of tools are included in the fee. Additional clay may be purchased at class as needed. Jul.14, 21,28 Aug. 4,11,18 $140 Members $165 THROWING ON THE WHEEL 6:00-9:00pm Lynn Anne Verbeck *Held in Potters Guild* This class will introduce beginners to the fundamental techniques of wedging, centering and opening up the clay, pulling up the walls of a cylinder, cutting the pot off the wheel head, trimming and glazing. More advanced students will learn how to pull and attach a handle, and make a fitted lid for a jar. All levels will focus on throwing techniques while learning to be aware of aesthetics; form, texture, negative space and color are all vital to our process. We will finish our time together by glazing and firing our pots! Individual instruction will be given during each class to fit each student s needs. 25 lb. of clay, glazes and use of tools are included in the fee. Additional clay may be purchased at class as needed. Jul. 7 - Aug. 25 $170 Members $200 RELIEF PRINTMAKING 6:00-8:00pm Elaine Elledge Explore relief printmaking through the art form of linoleum carving. Learn basic techniques such as carving, inking, and printing, to produce beautiful images through open-ended projects. Design your own pattern, create an edition of your work, and learn several ways to make multi-colored prints. All supplies included in fee. Jun. 2, 9, 16, 23 $75 Members $90 EXPERIMENTAL 7:00-9:30pm Nicole Packard In this class beginners can find immediate success and more advanced painters will find inspiring new ways to use watercolor. Students will learn a variety of ways to use masking, salt, tissue paper and other materials in combination with traditional watercolor techniques to help create or enhance their work. The techniques learned can be applied to a range of subject matter, from realistic to abstract. Please the instructor for a list of supplies for the first class. Jul. 21,28 Aug. 4,11,18

3 DRAWING PORTRAITS AND HANDS WEDNESDAY Faces and hands make for some of the most expressive subject matter an artist can approach. (Learning portraiture and drawing hands are notorious for being difficult, but wonderful subjects.) In this class we will break down these dynamic forms and learn useful skills for capturing a person and/or emotion. Students will do many experiments from life, as well as photographs provided by the instructor. New topics will be covered daily along with demonstrations and one-onone instruction. No previous experience with art is required! Please bring whatever drawing tools you have available: at least an 11x14 or larger sketchbook and 2B and 8B pencils. Jun. 3, 10, 17, 24 BASIC DRAWING IN PERSPECTIVE Ever wanted to learn the fascinating art of drawing? This class covers the fundamentals and more. We will learn realist techniques with line and value, and study properties of nature. The focus of the class will be drawing from life, including still-life and drawing outdoors. We will also use visualization techniques to draw realistic Images from imagination. New topics will be covered daily, along with demonstrations and one-on-one instruction. No previous experience is required! Please bring whatever drawing tools you have available: at least an 11x14 or larger sketchbook and 2B and 8B pencils. We will go over additional supplies at the first class. Jul. 15,22,29 Aug. 5,12,19 SUMMER FLOWERS IN All levels are welcome! We will capture the gesture and color of summer flowers. Each class is an independent session so you may feel free to select one or as many as suits your schedule. Students will work at their own level with individual guidance. Jun. 10 and/or Aug. 12 and/or Aug. 19 $25 per day Advance registration required SUMMER LANDSCAPE IN In this session, students will work with a variety of techniques and a rich summer palette to capture the drama of the summer scene. All levels are welcome!. Each class is an independent session so you may feel free to select one or both. Students will work at their own level with individual guidance. Jun. 17 and/or Jun. 24 $25 per day Advance registration required INTRODUCTION TO If you would like to try watercolor but don t know where to start, this class is for you! All supplies are included in the cost of the class. For beginners only. Aug. 5 $30 Advance registration required STAINED GLASS 6:30-9:30pm Ken Plattner For beginning & advanced students. Beginners make a small project and learn the basics of copper foil and stained glass work. Call Ken about materials before the first class. Jun. 3, 10, 17, 24 Jul. 15,22,29 Aug. 5,12,19

4 PAPER & LAYERS IN THURSDAY Mulberry and tissue papers will be added to the foundation of layering in watercolors to create some amazing artwork. A $2 fee for papers is due the first day of class to the instructor. Jun. 4, 11, 18 PORTRAITS IN In this class you will begin with the basic principles of laying out the face and head to and work to developing a complete watercolor portrait. Images will be provided by the instructor. Suitable for all levels of experience. Jul. 16, 23, 30 BURST OF COLORS A look at the beauty of watercolor paints and the goal of getting vibrant colors. Aug. 6, 13, 20 PLEIN AIR LANDSCAPE John Sumereau Learn to see, feel, and quickly express the constantly changing beauty of nature. Students will experience the vibrancy, and learn to handle the challenges, of painting outdoors at various locations within a short driving distance. Individualized instruction, in addition to general instruction, will be provided; all levels are welcome. Students will work in their choice of media and should contact the instructor with questions regarding supplies. Jun. 4,11, 18, 25 Jul. 16,23 Aug. 6, 13, 20 (no class Jul. 30) $95 Members $115 OPEN MODEL SESSION 7-9:30pm Coordinator: Tom Mickle An opportunity to work from a nude model in the medium of your choice. No advance registration required. You may attend only the weeks that you choose. All levels of experience welcome. $10 per session on a drop-in basis.

5 OPENING RECEPTIONS FOR UPCOMING EXHIBITS: 7:00 9:00PM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC May 22 Members Show; exhibit continues through May 31 July 7 Photography Exhibition; exhibit continues through July 12 September 4 Annual Juried Exhibition; exhibit continues through September 13 CLASS/WORKSHOP REGISTRATION INFO You may register and pay online - visit our website to get started! Registrations by mail and telephone also accepted. (814) By mail: use this form and send to Box 811, Lemont PA Name Total Fee Address Check enclosed or Zip Code Charge to Visa/MC/Discover Phone # Exp / 3 Digit Code Class Title(s) Signature Member Non-member Not a current member? Add $50 to your payment today to renew your membership or join and take advantage of member registration discounts and other benefits.

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