Virtual and In-Person Classes
Virtual: Kathy began teaching virtually when the pandemic hit and now, with some students from out of state, decided to continue a class that way. Using the Zoom platform she and the participants interact just as though they were in-person, with demos (easier to see), lessons from her computer, critiques and individual feedback on each participant’s painting. Students can work at their own pace and choose to participate in particular practices or not, as they choose. CONTACT KATHY DIRECTLY IF INTERESTED.
In-Person: Kathy teaches in-person watercolor classes at the Spiegel Community Center, 35 Lincoln Avenue, Pittsford. Registration is directly through the Center and you don’t have to be a resident to sign up. Basic to intermediate watercolor techniques are covered and demonstrated, as well as color-mixing, and how to achieve various results. During the course, students work on paintings of their choice with individual guidance as needed. All levels of experience are welcome. REGISTRATION IS THROUGH THE PITTSFORD REC DEPARTMENT.
For information on specific upcoming classes check out the Classes page of Kathy's website.
STUDY WITH Laurence E. Keefe
Lawrence teaches watercolor classes at the Memorial Art Gallery Creative Workshop. The Basic class covers everything a beginning painter needs to know about using watercolor such as paper, brushes, mixing colors and doing a painting. The Continuing class consists of guided projects that build your skills in a logical, easy to follow series.
Registration can be done online through the Creative Workshop.
STUDY WITH NANCY LANE
Nancy Lane will teach “Painting from Photos” at the Arts Center of Yates County on July 13th. Click here for more information.
study with Steve BonDurantAutumn Evenings, Oil Plein Air Style with Steve BonDurant
Studio II at Pat Rini Rohrer Gallery, 71 South Main Street, Canandaigua, NY, 14424
November 2, 9, 16 | 6:30 – 9:00 pm | 3 Sessions $95
Three Wednesday evenings of oil painting in the studio! We’ll explore the fundamentals of creating convincing landscape paintings, with emphasis on composition, value structure, depth via color temperature and atmospheric perspective, and finesse for a finish. 150 minutes of individualized instruction of how to make the most of completing the effort from the evening, plus a review of the previous week’s effort. Participants will work from their own reference images. Work completed from the final class is encouraged to be sent via email for final input. Participants get two mixing exercise worksheets to enhance the color theory.