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5615 Torch Enameling
Instructor: Sue Sachs
Torch enameling is a fantastic way to add vibrant colors to your copper or fine silver pieces without the need for a kiln. In this fun and direct process, watch enamels transform from powder to colorful glass as your piece changes temperature with heat from a torch. Different techniques of torch enameling will be discussed, as well as methods for setting finished pieces. No experience necessary.
Tuesday, 1/3, 10 AM–4 PM
Tuition: $115, Materials fee: $35

5616 Pastel Pet Portraits
Instructor: Amanda Ciurciu
Calling all animal lovers! Learn the skills that it takes to capture your animal companions using an incredibly versatile medium: pastels. Following demonstrations, you will be given an in-depth education on all the aspects of rendering a variety of animals including, but not limited to, how to pick colors from reference image; the importance of color theory; and how to create texture with layering. By the end of this session, you will have all the skills it takes to create pastel masterpieces of beloved animals or even your own pet.
Wednesday, 1/4, 10 AM–4 PM
Tuition: $115

5650 NEW! Introduction to Gouache
Instructor: Amanda Ciurciu
Learn how to paint with a vibrant, versatile, water-based medium: gouache! This workshop will introduce students to the fundamental techniques of working with gouache while encouraging them to be as creative as possible.
Thursday, 1/5, 10 AM–4 PM
Tuition: $115, Materials fee: $35

5609 Lampworked Glass Beads
Instructor: Stephanie Maddalena
Visit Venice without leaving the studio with this popular workshop! Learn to make beautiful Venetian-glass beads using glass rods and a hand-held torch.
Saturday & Sunday, 1/7 & 1/8, 10 AM–4 PM
Tuition: $225, Materials fee: $65

5614 NEW! Practical Color Theory
Instructor: Sandy Ruda
Expand your knowledge of color theory and become a more confident painter! Learn about color schemes and gain hands-on practice with color mixing. Terms such as hue, value, saturation, and temperature will be discussed as they relate to painting. Through demonstrated step-by-step exercises we will put all of these concepts into practice as we study the most common problems artists face when choosing and mixing colors. Although we will be working with acrylic paints in this workshop, artists of any color medium such as oils, pastels, colored pencil, and watercolor will benefit from what is covered.
Saturday, 1/7, 10 AM–2 PM
Tuition: $95, Materials fee: $35

5652 NEW! Painting the Colors of Winter in Watercolor
Instructor: Mark de Mos
Creating a successful winter scene in watercolor is an exercise in both visual observation and careful color application. The whites in a snow scene are in reality very colorful, as the snow reflects the light source and other objects, while also allowing for shadows of varying shades and tints. This workshop will cover the basics of creating snow scenes from your own reference photos— photos can be snow-free and the instructor will demonstrate how to add snow to the scene! An optional technique to replicate falling snow using gouache will also be covered.
Sunday, 1/8, 10 AM–4 PM
Tuition: $115

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Start:
January 3
End:
January 8