NEW CLASS IN MAUMELLE
Well, I’m going to teach an art class again — thought I was finished with that, but guess it’s in my “blood.” Beginning September 15 (Thursday) from 1:30 – 3:30, I will be teaching a class on how to compose a work of art at the Maumelle Senior Wellness Center in Maumelle. This is a seven week class, and will include examples, critiques, information, exercises, and perhaps occasional homework. Students will use their own materials, as well as materials provided by the instructor. I’ve had many years of experience teaching this subject, both in high school art classes, children’s classes, and adult classes. A lot of the lessons will be based on the blogs I’ve shared on this site. Cost is $45, and there is a maximum of eight students so call MSWC as soon as possible, if you want to register (501- 851-4344). I’m looking forward to seeing you and sharing my understanding of composition and design principles.
Posted on September 2, 2016, in ADVICE TO ARTISTS, art lessons, COLOR THEORY, COMPOSITION AND DESIGN, CREATIVITY, IDEAS, PAINTING LANDSCAPES, VALUE SCHEMES, WHAT TO DRAW IN YOUR SKETCHBOOK and tagged art, artists, color schemes, color temperature, colors, complementary colors, composition, contrast, CRITIQUES, design, Drawing, emotion, hues, landscape, light/shadow, negative shapes, painting, patterns, positive shapes, principles of design, shapes, simplification, sketchbook, sketchbook ideas, texture, the golden mean, values, Visual Arts. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.