October 24 and/or November 21 and/or December 19
6:30PM - 9:00PM
Figure drawing from a live model is important to the development of all artists, at every skill level and in any media. Navigating the dynamic challenges of the human form in real time sharpens our abilities in a way few other studies provide.
Each session begins with a brief overview of classical drawing techniques such gesture, skeletal planes, and capturing shadow & light. Modeling will begin with a variety of short poses, and the last hour of each session will be dedicated to one specific pose. Please note that this is an uninstructed workshop, so each participant is welcome to explore any artistic style or media preferred.
No previous skills are required – come explore and enjoy.
All media welcome, with the exception of oil paints. Also consider bringing a portable floor easel or table easel. A suggested basic materials list will be provided to all registrants in advance of the first session.
Friday, November 15
7PM - 9PM
A blind wine tasting presented by local wine aficionado, Olga Mackin of Cru Classe with an emphasis on wines for your holiday menu! We will smell, swirl, and sip our way through a selection of fine world varietals and cheeses.
21 and over please!
Olga is graduate of the Wine & Spirit Education Trust.
Proceeds to benefit our kids free summer arts and craft camp.
Wednesday, October 30
6:30 - 8PM
Multiple stations with still life arrangements will be set up to allow participants to practice fine art motor skills in mediums of choice.
Whether you are a seasoned artist or are looking to try art to decompress from the day, this series provides a relaxed setting to spend time with old friends and new! All are welcome.
We suggest you bring preferred materials as donated supplies may be limited. (No oil paints, please!)
Themes will vary monthly with flowers & plants available and in season.
Register Members $10
Stay tuned for dates.
Fingerpainting is a simple way of creating art without the use of brushes. Non-toxic acrylic paints are applied to a prepared canvas board, stretched canvas, or other surfaces using the fingers. Paints are smoothed, dabbed, and mixed on the surface. As part of the workshop, artist Phyllis Biondolillo demonstrates that any tool, even a brush, can be used to achieve a desired effect that can't be done by fingers alone. She will also show the workshop participants how fingernails can be employed to create lines and other tools, such as sticks can also be used to create more texture.
Taught by Phyllis Biondolillo.
Please arrive on time!
The mission of the Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is to strengthen community through the arts. We are a 100% volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization that believes in the power of the arts to transform and enrich communities. Our primary function is to develop and execute events and arts related activities for the benefit of our community.
Atlantic Highlands Arts Council 54 First Ave AH, NJ 07716 Phone 732-291-1260
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