After School Art

SPRING 2019 After School Art
Tuesdays: THE ART OF NATURE 
Thursdays: DRAWING: IN, OUT & ABOUT


 

DRAWING – IN, OUT & ABOUT 

Drawing:  In, Out and About is an ongoing, after-school series in the winter, spring and fall with instructor Kelly Ebeling.    

Students develop and hone their rendering skills through direct observation of the natural world.  We will study line, value, shape, texture, light, space, shadow, and composition using a variety of techniques and media such as charcoal, oil and soft pastels, graphite, pen and ink, conte crayon, etc.  We work outside, weather permitting, or in the studio when it’s cold and rainy. 
Each session offers a fun project or two and there are no repeated projects throughout the series.  

Six weeks of drawing with Kelly Ebeling for 6 – 11 year olds.
THURSDAYS, 3:30-5:00pm
March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25 & May 2
LOCATION: Healdsburg Community Center, Room 7

REGISTRATION: $150
 (Limited scholarships available).
To register, click HERE
 
Single day drop-in is available at $25 per session. For single day, please pay at the time of attendance via check made payable to Healdsburg Center for the Arts.

 

 


THE ART OF NATURE 

In this six-week session, students will explore the natural world through a variety of media such as painting, drawing, sculpture, encaustic, assemblage and collage. The goal of this class is to depict landscape and still life through direct observation. We will work both inside and outside depending on weather.

This class is being offered in conjunction with Reflectivity, the upcoming exhibition at HCA on climate change: April 20 – June 2, 2019. STUDENT WORK WILL BE DISPLAYED AT THE APRIL 20 PLAZA STREET FAIR. 

TUESDAYS, 3:30-5:00pm

March 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30LOCATION: Healdsburg Community Center, Room 9

REGISTRATION: $150
 (Limited scholarships available).
 
To Register:  Click HERE

Single day drop-in is available at $25 per session. For single day, please pay at the time of attendance via check made payable to Healdsburg Center for the Arts.