October Art Classes: The Best Spice is Creativity

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Provided by ARTfactory

Colored Pencil Workshop

Take drawings to new depths of visual interest with a better understanding of the colored pencils medium. This workshop will focus on color blending, shading and textural variations possible with an array of application techniques. Colored pencils are supremely portable and ideal for urban and plein air sketching, cartoon coloring, mixed media explorations, and abstract compositions. All skill levels welcome. Supplies will be provided. For ages 12 and up.

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Drawing Skills (Ages 7 to 11)

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This in-person intro class for young artists will support improvement of fundamental drawing skills while bringing students together for social creativity. Come explore line, form, shading and texture using traditional art media and a wide array of lessons and subject matter. Your supply fee will provide each student with a kit to use during class that could include pencils, charcoal, colored pencils, pens, markers and pastels. For ages 7 to 11.

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ARTStars Workshop: R.C. Gorman

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Rudolph Carl Gorman was a Native American artist born in Chinle, Arizona. He grew up learning Navajo legends and stories of his artist ancestors, which greatly influenced his artwork. In 1973 the “Masterworks of the American Indian” show was held at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City, where Gorman was the only living artist to be included in the show. His works often depicted Native American women and are known for their fluid forms and vibrant colors. His most recognizable works are lithographs. This class will take inspiration from his art to introduce students to watercolors featuring simple figures and compelling landscape backgrounds. For ages 11 to 14.
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Drawing Faces

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Interested in improving your skills in creating likenesses and well-drawn faces? Instructor Emily Thomson will lead this in-person drawing class in the ARTfactory’s beautiful art gallery. Class will feature multiple portraiture models, who will sit for class remotely, projected live to large screen TVs. Focusing on facial proportions and symmetry, students will learn the subtle techniques of drawing the details of eyes, nose, and mouth. This portraiture class is suitable for both beginners and experienced drawing students. Please bring your artist sketching pencils and charcoals, and an 18″ x 24″ drawing pad. For ages 13 to 18.

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