ART-402. Paper Frenzy. When paint and
construction paper just aren't enough, invent your own artistic mediums! Leave
with a glorious collection of one-of-a-kind papers enhanced with acrylic paint,
watercolor, inked stamps, and other composite materials. Create a supply of craft
materials composed of various weights, textures and patterns by using new
techniques and original ideas to
explore the world of artistic form. Classroom
delivery, 2 sessions, 6 hours.
ART-345. Drawing for the Absolute Beginner. Are you interested in drawing, but don't know how to get started?
Is a studio class too intimidating without having proven your talent? This
introduction to art and illustration will give you a creative foundation while
you learn about the many tools available to artists -- paper types, drawing
styles, rendering techniques, and the basic principles of perspective, layout,
design, lighting, and volume. Get in touch with your creative right brain. Delivered online line from Ed2Go. 2 sessions, 24 hours.
Comics and Graphic
and draw your own comic or graphic novel. Starting with a loose concept,
students will learn to convey a story through imagery by learning tricks for
creating memorable characters and impactfull perspectives leading to thumbnails
and clean finalized pages. Build a solid platform to start and grow as you
explore popular medium. Materials required are a sketchbook, standard pencils,
a ruler, and lined notebook. Classroom
delivery, 3 sessions, 9 hours.
Studio. This supportive and synergistic
environment provides a workspace for both novice and experienced students to
work independently and/or explore other art mediums. During each session, the
instructor will introduce a medium with inspirational demonstrations,
instruction, coaching, and critique. Students can work at their own pace on new
or ongoing projects and also participate through sharing and group discussion.
Bring your own art materials on the first day of class. Classroom delivery,
4 sessions, 12 hours.
ART-409. Creative Rubber Stamping. Rubber stamping
is the process of transferring an image by pressing a form onto another media
using inks and paints. Commercial rubber forms, sure; but in this class we’re
making our own! Shapes and textures on sponges, wood, carved potatoes (the
media are unlimited) can transform the ordinary into something special! Cards
and stationary to gift wrap and hand-printed fabrics; your imagination is the
limit. New techniques using inexpensive materials will be introduced each week.
Classroom delivery, 4 sessions, 18 hours.
to Portraiture. Drawing is a fundamental part of the
human experience, and what can be more expressive than the human face? Using a
variety of traditional media -- charcoal, graphite, paint – this class focuses
on rendering human expression and figurative proportion to reveal thought,
personality, and station. Students will develop both technical and perceptual
skills through composition structure, color, light, texture, and media handing.
In-class assignments and critiques will include life sources, photographs, and
master drawings. Classroom delivery, 8 sessions, 24 hours.
ART-411. Painting Acrylic Fantasies. It all begins in your mind, and the
colors run into and out of your fingers. A mighty dragon raises its head,
covered in shiny scales… It's so real you can almost touch it! Bring it to life
on your canvas with acrylic paints. It’s relatively inexpensive,water-soluble,
quick-drying and comes in colors that defy the imagination. Emphasis will be
form and composition, color and brushwork, and the detail that characterizes
reality. No experience necessary. Classroom delivery, 6 sessions, 18