Glastonbury Arts

The following classes are specifically designed for pre-teens and teens. For more advanced students, we have adult art classes that may appeal to teens inclined toward the arts. Please note that those who enroll in adult art classes must provide their own art supplies. For a complete listing of all adult art classes, click HERE.

 

Draw It is all about learning to draw what you see, whether it’s a realistic rendering or cartooning where you exaggerate to create an effect. We will work on portraits, still lives, and design using proportion, perspective, and line quality to produce strong drawings. Starting with pencil and paper, students will have the option of experimenting with other media such as colored pencils and marker pens.

Tues., 4:30 pm–6:00 pm, Jan. 7 – March 3(no class Feb, 18), 8 weeks
Instructor: Carly Donath
Fee: $240 ($230 for GA members)

 

Felt a Snowman Ornament for adults and children 12 years and up– Using  needle felting techniques, students will learn how to make a snowman ornament,  Each snowman will have its own personality as students add felted touches including a hat, a scarf, stick arms, Make one for yourself and then make one at home for a gift.

Sat., 9:00 am–Noon, Nov. 16.
Instructor: Kristen Walsh
Fee: $45 ($40 for GA members), $5 material fee

 

WEEKEND WORKSHOPS  FOR 2020

 

Acrylic Still Life

Acrylic Still Life – In a 3-hour session, students will paint an acrylic still-life from observation. Emphasis will be on “attack-mode” style painting wherein color, shape, and position are determined with rapid application, negotiation, and reflection.  The student experience will strengthen critical discrimination and judgement during the process of drawing/painting from observation.

Saturday, 9- noon, Feb.15th (snow date Feb.22)
Instructor: Sandra Gustafson
Fee: $55($50 for GA members)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dry Media Workshop

Dry Media Portrait -In a 3-hour session, students will create a dry media self-portrait from observation. Media used include graphite pencils and a variety of charcoal. Emphasis will be on “attack-mode” style drawing wherein blocking in values and composition are determined with rapid application, negotiation, and reflection.  The student experience will strengthen critical discrimination and judgement during the process of drawing from observation.

Saturday, 9 – noon, March 7 (snow date March 14)
Instructor: Rachel Gaivoto
Fee: $55($50 for GA members)