the junction where the arts and community meet

Thursday: Drawing and Watercolor Online [Ages 10-14]

04/08/2021 04:00 PM - 06/10/2021 05:00 PM ET

Category

Youth Classes + Workshops

Location

online

Summary

Use both drawing and watercolor tools to make a variety of artwork, such as landscapes, animals, and still lifes...(click title for more info)

Teaching Artist: Katie Truk
Ages 10-14: Thursdays, 4:00-5:00pm: 10 sessions
April 8 - June 10
$140 Member* | $155 Non-member
*Household Member or Higher
Supplies available for purchase from WWAC

Description

Drawing and Watercolor is an online class.  This class will provide children a studio experience from their own home. All lessons will be led by our Teaching Artist Katie Truk and allow your child to socialize with other students in the class. You must have internet on a device with a built in camera to participate. This class will ping pong between drawing and painting as we create landscapes, animals, and still lifes. No matter what level, fun should always be a priority to creating. So laughter and imagination is a must! *This class is a part of our Certificate in Fine Arts Program and will give each student one point towards their CiFA certification. New and continuing students welcome.

Materials Needed to Participate:

1. Sketchbook 
2. 4B Pencil
3. Pencil sharpener
4. Knead Eraser
5. Rubber Eraser
6. Strathmore Watercolor Paper Pad 9x12
7. Paintbrushes
8. Watercolor Palette or Tubes
9. Blue painter's tape
10. colored pencils
11. Water cup
12. Paper towels

About the Teaching Artist
Katie Truk received her BFA from Alfred University. She has been teaching multi-media classes to children and adults of all ages and levels since 2001 through personal lessons, visiting artist grants and in places such as Creative Hands in Madison, Let’s Create in Boonton, Messy Artist in South Orange, Visual Art Center in Summit, and the West Windsor Art Center in West Windsor. In her studio the medium of choice is pantyhose. She combines the translucent and sensual nature of pantyhose and the rigidity of wire to create sculptures of complex depth and personality. These sculptures have been featured around the tri-state area.

 

Neon CRM by Neon One