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with Katherine Richards
Take your watercolor painting to the next level. Learn new watercolor techniques while capturing seaside views of landscape. The instructor will supply classroom watercolors to use, but, if you like, you are encouraged to bring your own materials.Materials fee: $20 pay instructor at 1st class.
with Matt Billian
Why would someone want to take this class? What information will you cover? What should they expect when they come to class? What information do students need, such as specific clothing, list of materials, abilities, etc.?This class is for the beginner! Have you ever wanted to learn the basics of photography? Exposure, composition, basic edits, lighting, what does it all mean and how do they work together?
Week 1 Introductions & Brief History of Photography Week 2 Exposure triangle Week 3 Composition Week 4 Editing basics, JPEG & RAW images Week 5 Practical exercise , bring your camera and outdoor wear! Week 6 Basic edits of last weeks photos, final wrap upRequired: Digital Camera with (M manual mode-DSLR preferredTripod - laptop or iPad, phone with free photo editor (II advise in class)
DRAWING, WATERCOLOR AND OIL PAINTING
with Joyce Dubay
Drawing class includes: drawing, working with and without a grid, shading values, en-larging and reducing, observation of shapes and angles. Please bring drawing paper, pencils, eraser, ruler, stump or tortillion oil, and water colors. Students need to bring a small set of tube paint, a few brushes (large & small) and bristle brushes for oils, watercolor brushes should be for water-color painting and watercolor paper, canvas for oil painting and painting medium. Also, bring paper towels or paint rags for oil or watercolor.
BEGINNING FLY TYING
with Kevin White
This course is designed for the beginner but is open to all skill levels, Each week you will learn at least 2 different fly patterns and usually there is enough time during class to tie at least 3 flies of each pattern. All materials will be supplied by the instructor at no cost. You will need tools to participate in class. Contact the instructor for a list of tools and where to purchase them. His contact information is phone # 207-578-0028 or email address email@example.com
INTRODUCTION TO HANDBUILDING
with Bessa Axelrod
Looking for something creative to do this spring? Interested in learning pottery? Come and create your own functional pottery in Introduction to Handbuilding. During this five week class you will learn how to take a lump of clay and create your own glazed mugs and bowls without using the potter's wheel. No special skills or tools needed, closed toe shoes required. Location: 156 Perham Street, Farmington. No class April 21 Materials fee: $110 pay instructor at 1st class.