FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: Do I need prior art experience to take a class?
A: No. However, to get the most out of classes such as portraiture in watercolor some prior art experience is beneficial (drawing, etc.).
Q: What materials do I need for class?
A: See the watercolor or oil supply list provided in the links at the top of this page.
Q: What about art stuff I currently have, can't I get by with that?
A: The materials I recommend are a suggestion - there are many good manufacturers of quality materials. Inferior materials will lead to inferior results. If you are in doubt, bring what you have to the first session, and we can go over your items.
Q: Watercolor classes and oil classes are listed, but what about acrylic classes?
A: Acrylic is currently only taught through private lessons. Plein-air workshops are scheduled in the spring and fall and all media is welcome.
Q: Do you teach private lessons?
A: Yes, see below.
Private Lessons are taught in: watercolor, drawing, oil, and acrylic. Foundation elements of art such as color theory, and picture composition are also covered. An effort is made to mix what the instructor feels the student is ready for and encouragement for the current level of artwork achieved. Critique on an individual level can be especially rewarding to those not sure of direction, or that have reached a 'plateau' in their work.
Private Lessons have limited openings. Please contact the artist for details. lashleystudio (at) yahoo (dot) com - don't forget a subject line such as 'art lessons.' (fix the email, it's spelled this way to prevent spam)
Watercolor Workshop Student
Private Lesson - Oil
Students painting on location
Lashley's oil demo at a workshop
Christine Lashley's Spring Plein-air class '12 in Georgetown.
Christine Lashley - Fine Artist
Art Classes and Workshops
Spring Plein-air class
Glassblowing Demos and Classes - Sunday 12-5pm
Please join us at UrbanGlass for the Glass Menagerie Open House.
Sunday, May 23, 2004 (12 noon to 5 pm)
Take a free tour of the studio (12 noon, 1, 2, 3 and 4 pm)
Watch casting demonstrations (noon to 3)
Watch hot-sculpted animal demonstrations (3 to 5)
View an exhibition â Illuminating Surfaces: Bisazza and the Art of Mosaic
Try your hand at glassworking in a workshop -make your own:
Hot-Sculpted Animal (Noon to 2, $25/ half hour session)
Paperweight (Noon to 2, $50/ half hour session)
Lampworked Beads ($25/ half hour session)
or, decorate a glass for Sandblasting ($15/ each)
Sign up for a Summer weekend or week-long intensive during the Open House, receive a 10% discount
Unfurling, A Mixed-Media Workshop with Misty Mawn: Inspiration and Techniques for Self-Expression through Art
Book (Quarry Books)
Sedalia Center celebrating 25th anniversary this weekend — Lynchburg News and Advance
True to Annis' intentions, the Sedalia Center opened by offering art classes and workshops involving some form of the arts.
Chandler Photographer David Miller: 100 Creatives — Phoenix New Times
While the Chandler-based photographer teaches adult photography, art classes, and workshops at the recreation departments of both the City of Chandler and the City of Tempe, Jerry's Artarama in Tempe, and Art Intersection in Gilbert, in addition to ..
Creative Art Class
DVD (North Light Books)
Living in these Bodies Exhibit Part II opens at Waterfall Arts, Aug. 1 — PenBayPilot.com
Both Living in these Bodies Part I and II are generously sponsored by Revision Energy, Coyote Moon, City Drawers and Seahorse Stables; media sponsor is WERU.
Couture Techniques Workshop Basics with Claire Shaeffer
Art and Craft Supply (Taunton Press)
- 2-disc DVD set
- Running Length: 180 Minutes
- Requires use of a standard DVD player: not included
#216 Funny Grammar Poster for Schools and Language Arts Classes: Gramma
Office Product (Youth Change Workshops)
- Motivational and Inspirational
- Perfect for classrooms
- Lively, attention-grabbing, hard-to-resist
- Coordinating lesson plans & printable worksheets available
- Impossible for students to ignore
Uta Hagen's Acting Class: The DVDs
DVD (Applause Books)
- Published by Applause Books
- Two DVDs
- Author: Uta Hagen
Community calendar: — Bradenton Herald
Preregistration: 941-778-1908, ext. 0. Art classes and workshops for kids: Muse Galleria offers "Just Drawing It Out" summer workshops and classes for children at 3801 McIntosh Road, Sarasota: • For students ages 3-13: "Pet Me Please," pets, Aug. 4-8.
Should I drop out of College?
I want to become either a cartoonist or a comedian,and I don't feel like any of the classes that the college has will be of any use to me in this. Instead, I can take art lessons from art instruction schools and take acting and improv classes that are separate from the college to save time. What do you think?
Depends. Do you have good grades? If so, it's perfectly fine to drop out. if not, stayfor a few years and improve your grades. Think about dropping ou when you start getting A's and B+'s.