It’s been a long haul, but I’m finally well – my apologies again to those who signed up for my cancelled May-June Broome County Library painting course.
That course – Painting in Oils from Altered Photos – is now rescheduled!
I expect to schedule more courses as well, at both the Broome County and the Johnson City libraries, in the next week or so — if you’re on my email list, keep an eye on your Inbox for further developments. Or you can check the Classes and Workshops page here, at https://glendablake.com/welcome/classes-and-workshops/
(If you’d like to join my email list, you can do that from the same page.)
Painting in Oils from Altered Photographs –
Thursdays, 5-8:00 p.m., September 21 – October 19, 2017
Broome County Public Library
Five 3-hour sessions
Enrollment limited to 10 students.
Learn about composition and oil painting in a fun and informative setting with artist/instructor Glenda Blake. We’ll explore different ways of altering photos to make suitable references for painting, and then paint from the results, learning as we go about composition, under-painting, light, shadow, and color mixing. Students at all levels of experience are welcome. If you have a portable standing-height floor easel you like, feel free to bring it — sitting-height easels are provided by the instructor. Please wear a work apron, and/or older clothing.
You must attend the first session, and all sessions thereafter if possible. Lessons are sequential; each builds on the previous.
To sign up, contact Sherry Kowalski at the Broome County Public Library — 607-778-6451 / email@example.com
Or contact me with questions or for information about class content.
The Library provides painting supplies; in addition, please bring the following materials to the first session: Materials to bring