Adult Classes at the OAC
Acrylic Paint Pouring Art Class - Level II
If you were in Beth's class last year - you are now ready to move on to this one! You will explore additional techniques and styles of creating fluid acrylic art. You will practice pouring tree rings, blowing flowers from puddle pours and swiping. Each piece will be original and unique – no two pours are ever the same. This class includes two complete paintings ready to hang on your wall (not including the frames). Wear clothes you can get paint on. All supplies included in the course fee. Previous acrylic paint pouring experience not required.
9 am - 12 pm Saturday
Instructor: Beth DeCoux
Date Nite/Create Nite!
Make your date night - CREATE Night. This is an evening to create together or work individually - with the goal of having fun. Try your hands at throwing pots on the wheel and/or to create something practical or whimsical using hand-building techniques. NEN = No Experience Necessary. The pieces that you have created (individually or as a team) will be fired once, glazed with the color of your choosing, and fired a second time. Dress casually in clothes that can get messy. You may pick up your pieces at the Arts Center
in 3 weeks. CREATive treats will be available.
6:30 - 9 pm Friday
Instructor: Judy Srsen
Open studio for members
Arts Center members, this is your opportunity to be creative and use the studios for your projects (clay, painting, etc.). Open Studio is on Wednesdays from 5 to 9 pm. You must arrive before 7 pm, otherwise the doors will be locked. Bring your own materials, except you must purchase the clay through the Arts Center.
Youth Classes at the OAC
Watercolor: Beginning to Intermediate
In class you will start with learning the basics of Watercolor while working on your own watercolor painting. Bring several photos of what you would like to paint during class. Teacher has over 40 years of painting with watercolor and acrylics. Techniques essential to watercolor will be covered during classes. Students are encouraged to bring their own watercolor supplies from home or purchase a complete starter watercolor paint set at local stores or online.
Watercolor paint set
Watercolor paper (at least 140-300 weight)
Brushes: 1 large mop brush; 2 round tips; 1 fan brush; 1 fine liner brush
6 - 8 pm
Instructor: Kerry Ohnstad