Art Classes – Fall 2019
ADULT ART CLASSES:
Beginning and Continuing Watercolor Painting for Adults
Thursdays, 10AM to 12PM (noon) at the MAC Studio
September 19 – November 14 | 8 classes (No Class October 24); 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
Continuing & Advanced Watercolor Painting for Adults
Fridays, 10 AM to 12pm (noon) at the MAC Studio
September 20 – November 8 | 8 classes; Make-up date(s) TBD in case of inclement weather
$195 MAC members | $220 non-members (supplies not included; minimum 5 students)
Jay Ryan, Instructor
Description: This course is a perfect “next step” for those who would like to explore watercolor painting beyond a basic understanding of color and brush strokes. Using the brilliant nature of light (and dark), we’ll “push” the medium, adding other water media, brushes, and paper surfaces, and experiment with palette color mixing to capture magic and luminosity. In each class, we will start a new painting together using landscape, still life, the figure, abstract or imaginative thought, or narrative ideas as subjects. Each class will also provide a brief and supportive group “critique”. Students will leave with expanded knowledge of technique and traditional and contemporary use of watercolor.
About the Instructor: Jay Ryan is a Fairhaven painter and a Gallery Instructor at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A former K-12 public school art teacher and administrator, Jay has studied at Massachusetts College of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and Framingham State and Lesley Universities. His work has been locally shown at the Judith Klein Gallery, ArtWorks! and Gallery X in New Bedford, and the Marion Art Center.