High Country Art Association
High Country Art Gallery

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APRIL-MAY 2019 ART CLASSES

Art classes will start up again during the first week in April, with oil painting classes on Wednesday mornings and Multi-media classes on Sundays. Interested people should call 928-274-6173.

Some of the upcoming events:

“FABULOUS STARTS” OIL PAINTING CLASSES
DATES:
Every Wednesday in the Gallery - 10 AM – 1 PM, Class begins 4/3/19
INSTRUCTOR: Gwen Ethelbah
SUPPLIES:
Students required to bring their own supplies
DETAILS:
$25 per class. Proceeds to HCAA Gallery
This class focuses on finding your style and getting a solid start in that will guarantee success in your painting. This is a basics class for oil painters but acrylic painters are also welcome as theory applies to any medium.
Session One (Six week class) 4/3/19 - 5/8/19

MULTI-MEDIA CLASSES
DATES:
Every Sunday in the Gallery – 1 PM - 4 PM. Classes begin 4/7/19
INSTRUCTOR: Paula Snyderpjsnm@cableone.net, 505-463-5444

SUPPLIES: Included in cost of class
DETAILS:
$25 per class and $10 for supplies ($35 total) Proceeds go to HCAA Gallery.
CLASS SCHEDULE:

4/7/19: Hand Bound Sketchbooks ~ Nurturing Yourself and Your Art, 1 - 4 p.m. 
Explore the art of noted travel/journal creators, then create a sketchbook and experiment with various techniques to nurture your personal artistic life.     

4/14/19: Collage ~ Pieces and Parts of the Artistic Life, 1 - 4 p.m.
Learn from noted collage artists:  view and discuss various techniques for collage technique   and create small studies to inform your own personal style.

4/28/19: Contour Drawing ~ Exploring and Honoring Unexpected Outcomes, 1 - 4 p.m.
Learn the method and advantages of contour drawing, then begin to see through the “mess” to create expressive and out-of-the box art that is uniquely your own.

 5/5/19: Making Your Mark - Exploring Your Unique Expressive Style, 1 - 4 p.m.  Look at and discuss various artists over time who use distinctive mark making techniques, then explore various techniques for getting in touch with our own personal and unique symbols, incorporating them into personal landscapes on paper and canvas.

Lisa White