Our Visual Arts courses range from Drawing for Absolute Beginners, Basic Collage, Introduction to Watercolors, Acrylic Painting, Portraiture Drawing, and Drawing at The Metropolitan Museum.
Basic Collage provides non-experienced students with techniques to approach and explore the medium. Students learn about the basic elements of art.
Students will employ the abstract medium of collage as a means of sketching and as a springboard for ideas in painting.
Never taken a drawing class before? Feel rusty or simply lack confidence? This course is designed for you. Beginning with a simple contour, you will use line to discover a variety of shapes, from the still life to the figure.
This class is designed for students who enjoy observational drawing but are new to or struggle with the transition into painting.
Open to students of all levels, this course is designed for students who enjoy working intuitively and wish to use drawing to jumpstart their creativity.The goal of this four week course is to work expressively, try new things and embrace the playful side of art-making.
Introduction to Color Theory: A Workshop
The course considers theory and science of color perception from Renaissance painters, 18th century through the impressionists and significant contributions of Bauhaus theorists.
Painting with Water-Based Media
This five-day workshop enables student of all levels who love to paint an opportunity to become familiar with the three most popular water media
Creating a lifelike, expressive portrait is a major challenge even for the most experienced artist, from emotion to gesture to getting a likeness.
Watercolor and Abstraction
Discover the history and various motivations for abstract image making. For the beginner, it serves as a superb introduction to the often elusive medium of watercolor.
Watercolor Landscape Workshop
This course is the perfect preparation class for those who would like to capture the landscape in watercolor.