Glastonbury Arts

Master the medium of your choice in one of our workshops.

These workshops are taught by professional artists who are eager to share their knowledge and techniques. These workshops are designed for painters who want to “up their game” in a particular medium, or who want to experiment with a new medium. 


Jacqueline Jones Wave Painting Workshop  via Zoom

 Come paint a wave as instructor Jacqueline Jones takes you through her basic approach. Working from a provided photograph, Jackie will demonstrate as students paint along with her in a step-by-step process. On day one, we will cover composition, value, color mixing and paint application creating the initial “block-in”, then on day two thicker paint and individual mark making will be applied. Lastly, detail and that final sparkle that will bring your painting to life. Oils or water soluble oils. Beginner to Intermediate levels. 

Tuesday and Wednesday, October 27 -28th (2 day) 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Instructor: Jacqueline Jones
Fee:$100($90 for GA members)

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The instructor will do an  oil painting demonstration on the grounds of Wickham Park each morning, Saturday, October 3 as well as Sunday, October 4.   The objective is to have each student understand the 6 steps to a better landscape painting. Students will set up their own easels and start painting during or after the demo. Throughout the day, there will be plenty of one-on-one drawing and painting instruction.  Students will be concentrating on composition in art, what makes a compelling painting, color theory and color mixing, and understanding how to develop better values in your painting, how to handle the all-important shadow edges, how to develop textures in oil paintings, and why scale of the object or landscape really tells the story of the painting. 
In addition to your painting gear, please bring your facemask and personal hand sanitizer. We will be working outdoors and practicing social distancing. The park has restroom facilities that are maintained hourly. Also, bring a sack lunch and drink.  We will break for a short lunch period each day. Wickham Park is a privately operated park and requires a parking fee of $7 on weekends.

Saturday and Sunday, October 3rd and 4th, 10:30 to 4:30 pm
Instructor:Sam D’Ambruoso
Fee: $190($180 for GA members)
Materials list for class

Sam D’Ambruoso – Florence’s Peonies

 Wickham Park is located at  1329 West Middle Turnpike in Manchester, Connecticut    directions:

Frrom the South: Take I 91 North to I 84 East to exit 60. Left at the light straight at the next light and the park entrance is 150 yards on your right.

From the West: Take I 84 East to exit 60. Left at the light straight at the next light and the park entrance is 150 yards on your right.

From the East: Take I 84 West to exit 60 (Exit 62 and exit 60 are combined, you will parallel the highway and it will appear you are heading back to I 84, stay in the left lane until you reach exit 60 on the right) take a right at the light and the park’s entrance is 150 yards on your right.