Friday: Online Art Club [Ages 9-14]
Teaching Artist: Ryan Gilleece, Anusha Saran & Katie Truk
Ages 9-14: Fridays, 3:45-4:45: 6 sessions
October 23 - December 11 (No class Nov. 6 & 27)
Individual session price: $15
Save and register for all 6 sessions $85
Friday Art Club is now online! End the week in your own studio making art while hanging out with friends who like making art too. Each week, we will introduce a new project or subject to get our creative juices flowing. Join the club! Supplies to have on hand for each session listed below
Character Drawing & Illustrations with Ryan Gilleece
October 23 & October 30
Supplies: Paper, ruler, colored pencils, markers or sharpies. Optional: tablet or iPad with digital pencil and Procreate app downloaded to the desktop
Painting with Anusha Saran
November 13 & November 20
Supplies: Canvas or thick paper, black sharpie marker, Watercolor, brushes, pencil, and eraser
Mixed Media/Drawing with Katie Truk
December 4 & December 11
Supplies: Pencil (preferably 4b), paper, markers, colored pencils
About the Teaching Artists
Ryan Gilleece is a 2015 graduate of the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Arts currently working on the webcomic, Artificial Tears. He specializes in sequential art and character design, and both traditional and digital media. He is an aftercare counselor and a summer enrichment instructor for the Piscataway School system.
Anusha Saran is a mixed media artist and teacher who is best known for her intricate multi-media paintings. Her work has won several awards in India and the US. She has a BA in Architecture and Masters in Design from the National Institute of Design (NID), India, specializing in Ceramic and Glass Design. She loves to share her love of design and art with children to help them explore their creative edge.
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.
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