ART CLASS via VIDEO CONFERENCING Tuesdays - 10:30 to 12 noon Combining AM & PM Classes
Followed bypersonal,one on one critique via email, text or Facebook Group
Sample Screen below. It's really not hard once you give it a try.
You'll be able to see my PowerPoint, examples & video clips when you log on
When I'm not screen sharing that info, we can see each other!!
PLEASE give it a try!! Its so wonderful to be together to laugh and talk about ART and Creativity!!
I know many of you have past makeups so please don't worry about funds!!
We will all make it through this bump in the road!!! If you can afford to pay during this time you can visit my website for payment options
I try to log on a few minutes early
to help you get logged on!! You can also call me to help you step through. Class starts at 10:30
Log on anytime as you know I don't mind if you are late or have to slip out early!!!
TOPIC for APRIL: To be determined by TUESDAYS CLASS Here are my suggestions with quarantine in mind:
1. Back to the SKETCHBOOK - from Goofin to Masterpiece
2. Drawing Basics - Patterns in Nature & Using Rhythm in your art
3. Taking Charcoal to a NEW LEVEL. How far can you go?
I hope you will take advantage of my online instruction or otherwise. Don't let your skills stall out. I think it will be much more common now with our current affairs. I received invitations from Michelle Dunaway this week for her online mentoring program ($500, $800 & $1600 for 4 weekly sessions) and from Dreama Tolle Perry (prices not listed). These are valuable opportunities to continue the creative journey and keep out of the gloomies!
TOPIC for March 31 TAKING BETTER PHOTOS Part 2
Your assignment this past week was to set up still life items and post your photos to the FaceBook group Paths to Creativity. Come on...I want to see what you set up!!!
Post those PICS!!!
Here are resources from early March. CLICK on the images below for pdf worksheets.
KEEP DEVELOPING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS.
But I wanted to share these resources mentioned in zoom class last week. Thanks Autumn!