One Day Workshops
Workshops include all supplies.
Oil Pastels and Acrylics
In this workshop, students will explore the possibilities of oil pastels as a flexible drawing material, that combined with acrylic paint may yield very unique and delicate effects. No prior experience necessary. Children under 8yr should work with an adult.
Ballpoint Pen and Alcohol
In this workshop, students will first draw an image on paper with a ballpoint pen and then manipulate the drawing with rubbing alcohol. The drawings will be done on a small format with attention to detail, however no extensive drawing experience is required. Ages 12+
Painting with Acrylics on Plexiglas
In this workshop, students will apply acrylic paints to a sheet of Plexiglas. The paints are applied to the back of the Plexiglas surface with brushes of different sizes, stencils and sponges. Students will go away with a completed piece. Children under 8yr should work with an adult.
Self Portrait with Charcoal and Conte Crayon NEW
In this workshop, students will learn the anatomy of a human face by looking into a mirror and producing a selfie the old-fashioned way, by drawing with charcoal and Conte crayon. The student will become acquainted with the oldest drawing medium by applying it in a reduction method. The work will be done on paper. Ages 13+
Back to Basics
Sign up for one or all of these stress-free workshops to give you a taste of what ART has to offer. All supplies included. Age 14+
Students will learn some basic perspective on how to help you SEE things realistically.
Portraits and Proportions
We’ll cover basic proportions of the human face and how to capture individual features to make a realistic portrait.
Color Basics I
Learn the basics of color and color mixing.
Color Basics II
Now that you’ve learned some basic properties of color, take it a step further by learning how to manipulate color and solidify an intended emotion or message.
Drawing with Pastels
Students will learn an overview of how to use and blend pastels.
Become comfortable with colored pencils and how to blend them.
Drawing from Nature
Whether it’s a tiny leaf or bug, or a vast landscape, examine a different approach to drawing bits of nature as opposed to manmade elements.