Art Classes – Fall 2019
ADULT ART CLASSES:
Beginning and Continuing Watercolor Painting for Adults
Thursdays, 10AM to 12PM (noon) at the MAC Studio
Beginning in Sept – Exact Dates TBD | 8 classes; Make-up date(s) TBD in case of inclement weather
$195 MAC members/$220 non-members (supplies not included, minimum 5 students)
Patricia White, Instructor
Description: After a brief introduction each week, students will explore different techniques, while working on the landscape, still life, figurative, and/or imaginative painting, in a nurturing environment.
About the Instructor: Patricia White is an illustrator, a painter, and a Gallery Instructor Associate at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is past President of the Marion Art Center and the current President of the Bourne-Wareham Art Association. She studied Illustration and Realist Painting at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, and has shown her work in numerous exhibitions in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, including the Marion Art Center, The Jonathan Bourne Library, The Thomas Hanley Gallery in Falmouth, The Wareham Library, Don’s Art Shop of Warren, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, ArtWorks of New Bedford, the Annual BWAA Show and Sale, and the Gift Shop of The Cape Cod Museum of Art.
Elizabeth Brainaird (former student) | October Delight | watercolor
Dare to Decorate!
A Three-Day Workshop | Wednesdays, 10AM to 12PM (noon) at the MAC Studio | Optional Field Trip for students and non-students
Dates TBD | 3 classes
Diane Kelley, Instructor. Visit Diane’s website here.
Materials: If student elects to create a functional floor plan for one room, he/she will need a tape measure, calculator, graph paper, pencil, eraser and scissors. Paint fans and fabric samples will be provided on loan from the Instructor.
Students can learn the following in these three classes:
Class I. Learn what you need.
Class II. Learn how to find it.
Class III. Learn where to use it.
Description: You will be guided step-by-step on a creative journey to discover your own personal decorating style. In this fun, hands-on workshop you will select colors, fabrics, furnishings and create an optional floor plan. We’ll also explore lighting, architectural elements, antiques and artistic accessories, as well as floor, wall, paint and window treatments. For inspiration, we will tour the BDC, Boston’s largest, most comprehensive decorating resource. Workshops are lecture-based with Powerpoint presentations, handouts and open discussions, followed by studio work sessions. At the end of your term, you may leave with a complete floor plan for one room in your own real, or imagined, dream home or office!
This practical workshop is ideal for new homeowners, “empty-nesters” re-adapting their space, those seeking a style update for resale, or simply for creative enjoyment. There is nothing more gratifying than decorating your own space. A Gift Certificate to these workshops makes the perfect housewarming gift!
Come, Dare to Decorate! You are the expert in knowing what you want; this workshop will ensure it is what you need. Empower yourself by securing a seat in the class and learn cost-saving design skills that will last a lifetime.
About the Instructor:
Certified Professional Interior Designer, Diane Kelley of DK interiors brings over 20 years of comprehensive residential and commercial design experience from her own private design firm to the MAC. Prior, Diane performed as the Decorating Authority on The Good Day Show Live on WCVB-TV, the ABC affiliate in Boston. She also reported and wrote as a Columnist for New Hampshire Magazine‘s Home and Garden Department and scribed for numerous periodicals in Boston and Portsmouth, NH. Currently, Diane is in development for several design lines.