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Jill Pottle: Painting Materials and Methods with Oils & Acrylics
Fridays, 9:30AM - 12:30PM - Multiple Sessions
September 20 - October 25 (six weeks) Members $180, Nonmembers $210
November 1 - December 13 (six weeks, no class the week of Thanksgiving) Members $180, Nonmembers $210
This course is for beginning and returning painters/artists who want to acquire fundamental painting skills and conceptual understanding of contemporary approaches to painting with oils or acrylics. Registration required. E-mail email@example.com or call 978.456.3924 x239.
Watercolor Landscapes with Marjorie Glick
Jodi Colella: Needlefelted Orbs Workshop
Saturday, September 21 1PM - 5PM
Members $85, Nonmembers $115
Marjorie Glick: The Luminous Autumn Landscape
Saturday and Sunday, 10AM - 4PM
October 19 & 20, Members $180, Nonmembers $210
The workshop will begin with a visit to the Fruitlands Museum Art Gallery to view and study the museum's collection of Hudson River School paintings focusing on their luminous use of color. Inspired by these paintings, and by the spectacular landscape at Fruitlands, learn to capture the unique glow and luminosity of the Autumn Landscape in Plein Air . Students may work in any medium of their choice and instruction will focus on seeing and mixing color and composition. Registration required. Efirstname.lastname@example.org or call 978.456.3924 x239.
Jill Pottle: Collage Workshop
Saturday, 10AM - 4PM
October 26, Members $85, Nonmembers $115
Explore materials and learn the art of collage using existing images, paper, paint and mixed media, in this one-day workshop with Jill Pottle. Registration required. Eemail@example.com or call 978.456.3924 x239.
HIVE Community Art Workshops with Jodi Colella
FREE with Admission
HIVE is an ever-evolving community art piece that explores the chemistry between people when they work together. During meetings with several diverse groups of participants - aluminum screen chambers are stitched together with steel wire. Later they’re assembled into a sculpture that grows organically as a representation of community effort and time spent together. Appropriate for ages 10 and up. No experience necessary – come one and all, dates below.
Wednesday, September 11, 2PM – 4PM
Saturday, September 21, 10AM – 12PM
Thursday, October 10, 1PM – 3PM
Monday, October 14, 1PM – 3PM
Thursday October 24, 2PM – 4PM