Studio: 18 Reynolds Ave. Natick
Grouped by grade.
(Eight week sessions from September through June)
Offering small, interactive classes in the relaxed setting of my own studio. These classes are for children and teens ages 9-18 who love to draw, have demonstrated an interest in drawing realism, and want to develop their realistic drawing and painting skills. Classes are grouped generally by grade. While honing our observation skills, we will create realistic still lifes, landscapes and portraits from models and photographs. Through observation, students will learn to see objects with an artist's eyes and use values, color, line, proportion and effective composition to create beautiful realistic drawings and paintings with a variety of media including pastels, water colors and acrylics.
This class is an opportunity for teens to develop their portfolios.
Mondays 4:00-5:30 p.m.,
Wednesdays 4:00-5:30 p.m. 7:00-8:30
Thursdays 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Session1: September 18- Nov. 17
Session 2:November 20-Feb. 2
Session 3:Feb. 5- April 5
Session 4: April 8 - June 7
Session 5: To be announced
Note: The start day of each session may be delayed due to school holidays or snow day. Please check with me to confirm the start date of your class.
I sometimes offer classes on school holidays, so please check with me if you are unsure.
No classes Thanksgiving week Nov. 21-24
Christmas: Dec. 18- Jan. 1
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call: (508) 652-0713
No refunds or credits for missed classes. Each student is allowed one make-up class per session if and when empty seats are available.
Click here to download flyer with registration form
Recent Student Work 2022
Rose is oils by Emerson Grade 4
Cat in oils by Vivian Grade 8
Horse in colored pencils by Evan Gr. 7
Green shoe in watercolors by Addie Grade 10
Lincoln portrait in pencil by Liam Grade 9
Dog in pencil by Andrew Gr. 6
Leaf in watercolor by June grade 4
Lucy Branagan was a winner in the Young Arts national competition. See her
painting in the video above. She's wearing a brown and black stripe sweater!
Congratulations on being the teacher of a 2018 YoungArts national competition winnerInboxx
Allison Ball <email@example.com>11/29/17
Congratulations on having your student named a 2018 YoungArts National Competition Winner! (Please refer to the attached alphabetical list of all 2018 winners.) As part of the YoungArts application, we ask students to list the name of the teacher who most impacted their development and learning as an artist. You were listed as this teacher. YoungArts wants to thank you for the support, encouragement and guidance provided which contributed to your student’s success and recognition in being selected from the pool of over 7,600 applications. In appreciation, and to thank you, YoungArts would like to send you a printed Certificate of Appreciation and YoungArts tote bag. To receive these, please provide me with your mailing address, either by reply email or by completing the information HEREhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3L6FKVY
Since 1980, the National YoungArts Foundation has been proud to partner with educators, after school, summer, and community arts programs to seek out, identify and recognize emerging outstanding young artistic talent. YoungArts looks forward to having more of your students apply in future years, and hopes that we may have the opportunity to thank you in person at a future YoungArts event in either Miami, New York City or Los Angeles.
I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
With all best regards,
Director of Education
Adult Realistic Drawing and Painting Workshop
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