Instructor: Jennifer Lindsley / 6 Weeks / April 9 - May 21 (No class April 16) / Saturday / 1:00PM-2:30PM
Class Size: 5-10
Students will understand basic principles and techniques in art making; drawing basics (perspective, light and shadow), painting in acrylic, watercolor, and gouache, with hands-on sculptural and whimsical projects including polymer clays and papier-mâché.
Students will be able to articulate proper artistic terms and participate in creating individual pieces of art. The program begins with art basics and elaborates on principles through demonstration and applications, incorporating art making with art appreciation and art history.
Jennifer’s classes introduce the fun of art, its application and techniques. She applies wit and imagination in her instruction, bringing a “no art snobs” environment while communicating terminology, secrets of techniques and effective art instruction for all ages.
Students begin the first fundamental tool of art - a sketchbook that they design the cover of with a variety of paints, notions, and applications. The sky's the limit with this initial project that brings scholars a perspective of their own creativity and talent.
Supplies: All supplies needed for this course will be available when students arrive for their first class.
Parents, please note your child's name and age in the comment section when you pay for the class.
*Youth classes have been designed by age to be as pedagogically appropriate as possible, but the Academy recognizes that there are special situations where students are advanced for their age. Please inquire with the front office if you would like your child to be placed into a class that is not within their age range. Thank you
- Lindsley, Jennifer
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- Registration Date:
- January 17, 2022