Art courses designed for anyone with a great love of art but a great deficit or respect for authority, join instructor Patrick Facemire in learning about the mechanics, techniques and the history of art, while also learning to create art that is imbued with meaning. Students will have their pick of lessons throughout the month of August. Some lessons will be straight-forward art courses; others will be lectures and demonstrations on art-historical and theoretical topics. Classes will be taught in an irresponsibly related and laid-back manner, and will probably involve a lot of shouting and the occasional show-tune. Music will be played, and there may be milk and cookies. Any artist of any skill level is welcome to join us for each hour-long class as we stumble and shove our way through the world of art.
Classes will be on a "pay as you go" basis at $10 per class. Any person of any age or skill level is welcome to attend. Necessary supplies will be listed for each class; some supplementary supplies will be provided.
AUGUST 11: Ugly Portrait Night
Bring in a model, and show their ugly side while learning about ugliness throughout art history! The Instructor is happy to model, but as a warning, using him may make things too easy.
NEEDED SUPPLIES: Paints (watercolor, oils, acrylics, tempera, or soft pastels) and a surface to paint on (canvas, wood panel, cardboard, canvas paper, etc.) or Drawing materials (Graphite, Charcoal, Ink, etc.) and paper.