Are you an aspiring artist, or someone who wants to find out a little more about visual arts? Have you wanted to learn the fundamentals of drawing, or lean about painting or watercolors? The Southern Hills Arts Council is offering a four-session course so you can dabble in the arts.
This course will reacquaint you to art. Perfect for those who are craving a creative outlet, or just want to see if they have a raw, untapped talent, or if they just want to find an alternate activity that gets them out of the house and away from the adulting responsibilities of yard work and laundry.
Several art mediums will be discussed and practiced. Students will leave each class with an art project they created. Learn the fundamentals of drawing by working with pencils, charcoal and pastels. Paint on canvas and learn about acrylic, and oil paints, watercolor, brush techniques, and finding inspiration. Work from still life set ups and photographs. Focus on the basics, build skills, and learn how to see as an artist, while working from your own photos, a personal still life, and more.
Classes will be held May 13, May 20, June 3 and June 10, from 9 a.m. to noon. Bob Eisnaugle will be teaching about the fundamentals of drawing on May 13. Paul Brown will be teaching about pastels on May 20. Paul Brown will be teaching about Acrylics on June 3. Kit Dailey will be teaching about Watercolor on June 10.
All Art classes offered by the Southern Hills Arts Council
in the Markay Cultural Arts Center’s classroom, 271 E. Main Street, Jackson.
Class size is limited to eight.
Course fees are $130 and includes most materials you will need to take the course, except for the Fundamentals of Drawing Kit, which must be purchased for $25. The Kit includes:12 Graphite from H to B, Ultra Soft Woodless 6B and 3 Charcoal Pencils, Graphite Sticks, White Vinyl and Kneaded Erasers, Double Hole and Regular Sharpeners, as well as a Knife, Blending Stumps, Sandpaper Pointer and Pencil Extender, meet all your artistic needs. 16 sheets of 5.7″X7.9” (A5) sketch paper, great for use with pencils and suitable for charcoal. The kit includes a wide variety of pencils, charcoals, graphite, charcoal sticks and much more in soft, medium and hard grades for shading and drawing larger areas. The sketching drawing kit comes with a carrying zipper case to store and preserve your supplies. Southern Hills Arts Council members receive a $15 discount on the course.
Must reserve your spot by May 10.
This course may be canceled or rescheduled if class size requirement is not met.
To sign up for a class, call SHAC at 740-286.6355 or email email@example.com
Southern Hills Arts Council is a 501c3 not for profit organization whose mission is be a vehicle for the community to experience the arts.
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