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Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art

Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art, Inc • 316 W. Main Street, Barrington, IL 60010 • 847-381-4840 • www.KaleidoscopeSchoolofFineArt.org


Welcome To Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art Give the Gift of Art For Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations or the holidays, a Kaleidoscope School of Art Gift Certificate is the perfect gift for the artist or aspiring artist in your life. Gift certificates are available for any amount and can be mailed to you or directly to the gift recipient. When using Gift Certificates for upcoming classes prior to online registration, please check with the office staff.

KALEIDOSCOPE POLICIES IMPORTANT NOTICE: Children, ages 4-6 must be accompanied by an adult to and from class. Teachers are not available to supervise children until class time begins. Children should be picked up promptly after class. All children grade 1st and up are to wait inside the building or ON the porch (not on the lawn or parkway) until their ride arrives. CLASSROOM BEHAVIOR: Disruptive behavior or improper, crude, or insulting language will not be tolerated. Kaleidoscope maintains the right to notify the parents of this behavior and dismiss the student from class without a refund. ATTENDANCE POLICY: When you register for a class, we assume that you or your child will attend each class, arrive on time, and stay for the entire class. Please be considerate of the instructor and call the office if you or your child is going to be absent. Make-ups are not provided if student is unable to attend class. IF YOUR CHILD IS TOO SICK to attend regular school on the day of art class, please consider not sending your child to Kaleidoscope. We are sorry make-ups are not provided if a student is unable to attend scheduled classes. STUDENT’S WORK POLICY: Any student’s work left for more than two weeks after special shows or the end of sessions regretfully will be disposed of. Our space is limited. THIS GIRAFFE DESIGNATES TEEN CLASSES TEENS

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MAKE NOTE of our ages and grade levels. Students will not be allowed to continue in a class if they are not the age or grade level stated and tuition will not be refunded. To be fair to all students we do not make exceptions.


SPRING 2014 Welcome To Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art 28 Years Of Fine Art

Kaleidoscope has been offering fine art classes to Barrington and the surrounding communities for 28 years. From its conception, Kaleidoscope has sought to maintain quality instruction in an inspiring, encouraging, comfortable, yet structured environment. Class sizes are kept small in order to give students individual attention and the opportunity to learn at their ability and pace. Any age student (age 4 and older) at any skill level is welcome.

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SPRING • 6 Week Session Begins the Week of Monday, April 21 - Saturday, May 31 (Only if your class is cancelled by Kaleidoscope or the Instructor the make-up will be the week of June 2-7 on your scheduled day.) PLEASE CHECK YOUR CALENDAR BEFORE REGISTERING ALL CHANGES & CANCELLATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% SERVICE CHARGE PRIOR TO CANCELLATION DATE, AFTER WHICH THERE IS A 50% SURCHARGE. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 3 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO THE 1ST DAY OF CLASS.

Cancellation Date Friday, April 11, 2014

Registration Instructions...........................................Page 2 Adult Classes..........................................................Page 3-6 Ages 4 - Teen Classes.........................................Page 7-15 Emergency Form......................................................Page 16 Instructors’ History..................................Inside Back Cover Registration Form...............................................Back Cover

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REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS While registrations are accepted up to the start date of a class, we must have a minimum number of students enrolled two weeks prior to the class start date

Online Registration for Spring 2014 Begins Saturday, March 15 (12:00 AM ) Online registration requires VISA/MasterCard or Discover. KaleidoscopeSchoolofArt.com is changing to: KaleidoscopeSchoolofFineArt.org Both web addresses are active. We appreciate your patience as we transition to our New - not for profit status! You may also register in person or over the phone during office hours after Online registration begins. Kaleidoscope accepts checks & cash via in-person and phone registration. Please make checks payable to Kaleidoscope.

PLEASE READ THIS - CANCELLATION POLICY We understand that circumstances can arise causing a change of your plans. While we sympathize when such a situation occurs, we must adhere to a business policy. All changes and cancellations are subject to a service charge. 10% service charge for changes and cancellations before the cancellation date. 50% service charge after the cancellation date. Cancellation Date: April 11th No refunds, No Credits will be given 3 business days prior to the first day of class •Your cancelled check is your receipt. •There will be a $25 charge for returned checks. •It is the responsibility of the student to attend class without additional notice. •Senior citizens (60 and older) receive 10% discount off tuition upon request. •Gift certificates are good for one year. 2


ADULT CLASSES SPRING • 6 Week Session Begins the Week of Monday, April 21 - Friday, May 30

No Class on Monday, May 26, Memorial Day - Make-up June 2 PLEASE CHECK YOUR CALENDAR BEFORE REGISTERING ALL CHANGES & CANCELLATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% SERVICE CHARGE PRIOR TO CANCELLATION DATE, AFTER WHICH THERE IS A 50% SURCHARGE. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 3 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO THE 1ST DAY OF CLASS.

Adult Painting from Miss Alayne’s Step by Step Class

Cancellation Date Friday, April 11, 2014

Unless otherwise stated adult classes are limited to students age 18 and older. We do not allow children to accompany adult students to their classes.

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MONDAY

SPRING • 4/21 - 6/2 • No class 5/26 Memorial Day

STEP-BY-STEP WITH MISS ALAYNE............ALAYNE MCNULTY

10:00 am - 11:30 am $162 Mat. Incl. Learn to draw and paint in the same no stress way as our children’s programs. Follow step-by-step and be introduced to a variety of medias, different drawing and painting techniques and create wonderful, finished works of art. Ideal for someone who wants to feel more comfortable with new medias and wants immediate results. No pre-planning necessary. All materials included. LIMIT 6

PALETTE KNIFE PAINTING - Adult/15+Teen......................THERESA BEDAL 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. No brushes? No way! Learn the techniques artists use to apply thick paint using a palette knife. Students will use acrylic on canvas to create beautiful and dramatic artwork with lots of texture, 3-D sculptural effects and dimension. Please bring your own supplies. Suggested material list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

TUESDAY

SPRING • 4/22 - 5/27 *unless otherwise noted

EXPLORE THE WORLD OF PASTEL - Adult/15+Teen...........THERESA BEDAL 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. Chalk pastels have much to offer.... vibrancy, immediacy of color and versatility! Explore what you can do with this fun and colorful medium. The first half hour of each class will be spent learning about the different techniques used in pastel, as well as discussing the variety of materials used by the pastel artist. Each student will spend the final portion of class time creating their own pastel masterpiece with guidance from the instructor. Students are encouraged to bring their own photos or references to choose from. Please bring your own supplies. Suggested material list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

OIL PAINTING - Beginning & Continuing..................DIANE HYNES 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $172 + Mat. Diane has spent years studying with David Leffel, internationally recognized oil painter master, at the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago. Students of all levels are welcome. Learn the basics of oil painting. Color, value, edges, paint quality, composition. Paint form with a deeper understanding of how light flows, shadows fall and the atmosphere of a painting. Discussions demonstrations and individual attention will be given. LIMIT 6

ANTIQUE JEWELRY & PENDANTS - Beginning & Continuing ................... .......................................................................................KAREN WALSH 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $172 + Mat. Create the beauty of jewelry from the past. Taking inspiration from ancient art and relics you can make unique and eye-catching jewelry using sculpey clay, beads, glass stones and gems. After forming and baking your piece, apply an antique stain for stunning effects. Broaden your artistic horizons while you add style and dazzle to your wardrobe with artistic pendants and pins. LIMIT 6

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WEDNESDAY SPRING • 4/23 - 5/28

CLAY SCULPTURE...............................................................................LIZ ZWIENER 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Please note date change below $228 Mat. Incl. (Includes 25 lbs of clay and firing costs) Explore the creative process of hand-built clay sculpture. Learn the techniques such as pinch, slab, and coil construction as well as modeling techniques to develop surface textures. Students will work to develop their own unique ideas in clay. Sculptures may be finished off with oxides, glazes or paint. LIMIT 6 Please Note: No Class on 5/7/2014, Make-up 6/4/2014

COLORED PENCIL PORTRAITS - Adult/15+Teen.................SUE SMITH

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm *Supplies not included-See Below* $172 + Mat. Learn to draw with colored pencil using color layering techniques to create rich beautiful color mixes for skin, hair and fabrics. Each week’s class will focus on a feature of the face, jewelry or clothing: A 15-30 minute instructor guided lesson will prepare students to complete a portion of a portrait (eye, nose, ear, etc.) having a goal to complete at least one portrait by session end. Please bring a photo on the first class. *Please bring your own supplies. A suggested supply list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

THURSDAY SPRING • 4/24- 5/29

POTTERY - Beginning & Continuing...............CHRIS ROGGEVEEN

10:00 am - 12:00 pm $228 Mat. Incl. (Includes 12 lbs of clay, glazing materials, and firing costs. Extra clay, $15 per pug) Students will be taught the fundamentals of throwing on the potter’s wheel, including: centering the clay, raising the walls, thinning, shaping, and trimming. Intermediate students will be introduced to advanced techniques. Due to our limited space and firing capacity, we cannot allow production work. (New students add $20 for a tool kit to be paid the first night). LIMIT 6

ILLUSTRATING with PEN & INK - Adult/15+Teen..............THERESA BEDAL 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. Grab your favorite black pens and let’s get going! Several teacher-led projects will be explored during this class with emphasis on learning the different techniques to create light and dark values using black ink pens of various widths. Subject matter will vary (wildlife, nature, still-life etc.) and students will be encouraged to work independently on one project of their choice during the last 1/2 hour of each class. Please bring your own supplies. A suggested supply list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

CARICATURES - Adult/15+Teen...............................................DOUG JENNINGS 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $172 + Mat. Bring a photo of a family member or friend to make fun, unique caricature art. In class techniques will include capturing a likeness and distorting facial images to create caricatures. Students will create both color and black & white caricature images. Please bring an 11” x 14” Sketchbook. LIMIT 6

OPEN STUDIO - With Instructor.........................................ALAYNE MCNULTY

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $172 + Mat. Make time for your art! Enjoy the studio atmosphere and camaraderie, as you work in the 2-D media of your choice: pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, oil, etc. Instruction available for beginning artists as well as those working with more advanced techniques and skills. Please bring your own supplies. Suggested material lists available upon request. LIMIT 8

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FRIDAY

SPRING • 4/25 - 5/30

Tony, Graphite/Charcoal Drawing - Open Studio

MOSAIC........................................................................KAREN WALSH 10:00 am - 12:00 pm $228 Mat. Incl. Discover this irresistible art form as you learn the techniques to create a whimsical mosaic. Form your mosaic by arranging and inlaying tesserae in grout - use anything from broken ceramics, tiles, shells, pebbles, colorful glass, etc. Unleash your creativity as you experiment with color, design, and textures. Continuing students may work on projects of their choice. New students will receive supplies and a 16”x 16” mirror to mosaic. LIMIT 6 MOSAIC STUDIO - Continuing Students

$172 + Mat.

WATERCOLOR : COMPOSITION, COLOR & CREATIVITY......................PAT MEAD

10:00 am - 12:00 pm $172 + Mat. Be mesmerized by the possibilities of transparent watercolor with Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society, Pat Mead. Beginning, intermediate and advanced students will learn how to create powerful paintings by improving their understanding of composition, value and color, through individual instruction, demonstration and critique. Please bring your own supplies. New students should request a suggested supply list from the office. LIMIT 6

“Your school is staffed with incredibly caring, talented individuals. I feel privileged to be associated with your school!” Kim

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CHILDREN & TEENS

Rachel, Age 10

SPRING • 6 Week Session Begins the Week of Monday, April 21 - May 31 No Class, Monday May 26, Memorial Day - Make-up June 2

PLEASE CHECK YOUR CALENDAR BEFORE REGISTERING ALL CHANGES & CANCELLATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A 10% SERVICE CHARGE PRIOR TO CANCELLATION DATE, AFTER WHICH THERE IS A 50% SURCHARGE. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 3 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO THE 1ST DAY OF CLASS.

Cancellation Date Friday, April 11, 2014

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MONDAY

Spring • 4/21 - 6/2 • No Class 5/26, Memorial Day

THE GREAT PAINT ADVENTURE - Ages 4, 5, 6.......ALAYNE MCNULTY 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Lets make great looking paintings using a variety of paints: watercolor, tempera, acrylic and even ink. We will mix colors and even combine different kinds of paint to create amazing, colorful paintings. LIMIT 5

PALETTE KNIFE PAINTING - Adult/15+Teen......................THERESA BEDAL

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. No brushes? No way! Learn the techniques artists use to apply thick paint using a palette knife. Students will use acrylic on canvas to create beautiful and dramatic artwork with lots of TEENS texture, 3-D sculptural effects and dimension. Please bring your own supplies. Suggested material list is available when registering online or can be mailed S upon request. LIMIT 6

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CARNIVAL OF ANIMALS IN CLAY AND COLORFUL PAINTINGS - Grades 1-4 .. ................................................................................ALAYNE MCNULTY

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm $216 Mat. Incl. A magical menagerie of paintings and clay sculptures will be created as we embellish our animal friends to be on parade in your home. Sculptures will be kiln fired and finished with colorful paints or glaze. LIMIT 6

ILLUSTRATING WILDLIFE IN PEN & INK - Grades 4-7....THERESA BEDAL 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm . $216 Mat. Incl. In this class we will create a series of wildlife ink drawings ...think birds, ladybugs, deer, foxes and more! Learn to see the fine details in nature as we illustrate these beautiful creatures. LIMIT 6

GUIDED WORKS - Grades 5-8..........................ALAYNE MCNULTY 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm $216 Mat. Incl. Instructor guided drawing and painting lessons direct students through each step to study and complete portraits, landscapes, and/or still-lifes by the Master artists. This is a step-by-step class for older students. LIMIT 6

OPEN STUDIO - With Instructor - Jr. Hi. & Hi.................SUE SMITH

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $216 Mat. Incl. YOUR CHOICE!!! Portraits, landscapes, botanicals, animals, etc. Drawing, painting, mixed media, (clay not available). We will do our best to meet your needs as TEENS you will be instructed at your own level. This class is for serious young artists who have their own ideas and may or may not need suggestions to accomplish their art. Includes one canvas; each additional canvas is $8.00. Great for those working to build a portfolio. LIMIT 6

OPEN STUDIO - Bring your own supplies - Continuing Students............$172 + Mat.

This option is available to continuing students who would like to bring their own supplies. If students forget supplies, paper and pencil will be available. If students would like to use oil and pastel or other supplies from Kaleidoscope then they may sign up for the traditional Open Studio class. Please indicate which class option student would like upon registration.

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TUESDAY Spring • 4/22 - 5/27

BUGS & BUTTERFLIES - Ages 4, 5, 6....................FRAN MEHALIC 10:00 am -11:30 am $162 Mat. Incl. Think Spring as we experiment with paint, papiér maché and printing! We will create beautiful art with bold colors inspired by insects and their surroundings! LIMIT 5

EXPLORE THE WORLD OF PASTEL - Adult/15+Teen...........THERESA BEDAL

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. Chalk pastels have much to offer.... vibrancy, immediacy of color and versatility! Explore what you can do with this fun and colorful medium. The first half hour of each class will be spent TEENS learning about the different techniques used in pastel, as well as discussing the variety of materials used by the pastel artist. Each student will spend the final portion of class time creating their own pastel masterpiece with guidance from the instructor. Students are encouraged HS to bring their own photos or references to choose from. Please bring your own supplies. Suggested material list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

HS HOMESCHOOL ART “CREATIVE KIDS” - Ages 5-10 ..................... ................................................................................ALAYNE MCNULTY 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Make your own scratchboard, drawing, painting, papiér maché and more! (To keep costs down, please bring your own sketchbook to the first class.) Keep the fun in the fundamentals of art! LIMIT 6

ALL ABOUT DRAWING - Grades K-1...............ALAYNE MCNULTY 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. We love to draw, how about you? In a calm, encouraging, environment, learn how to look at lines, shapes, sizes, textures, lights, and darks. Using pencils, charcoal, chalk pastels, or pen and ink, you will amaze yourself with the results. LIMIT 6

GLORIOUS GARDEN ART - Grades 3-5....................LIZ ZWIENER 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $172 Mat. Incl. Lets welcome Spring as we craft beautiful clay creations for the great outdoors! We will sculpt a ‘toad-ally” awesome toad house and a ‘ginormous’ flower or two that will add color and whimsy to the garden. Pieces will be kiln fired and finished with paint, oxides or glazes. LIMIT 6

ANIMALS IN ACRYLIC - Grades 4-7...................THERESA BEDAL

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm $216 Mat. Incl. Bears, pandas, owls.... Think fur, feathers and maybe even scales! In this class we will bring our favorite animals to life! Painting with acrylic paints on canvas, each student will create their own painting with instructor guidance. A first project, step-by-step exercise will teach basic drawing and painting skills, before students tackle their own animal painting. Class includes one canvas. Additional canvas $8. LIMIT 6

PASTELS AND PAINTS - Grades 3-5...............ALAYNE MCNULTY 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Learn how to work with shading and color to create realistic drawings and paintings in this step-by-step class. In addition to creating pastels on paper, students will create a painting on a stretched canvas. LIMIT 6

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WEDNESDAY Spring • 4/24 - 5/29

CLAY ANIMAL PALS - Ages 4, 5, 6...................ALAYNE MCNULTY 10:00 am - 11:00 am $118 Mat. Incl. Learn to make pinch pot animal pals! This is an introductory clay class where the youngest beginning sculptor can learn the basics of sculpting while creating fun animals in clay. Kiln fired terra cotta clay and colorful underglaze will be used. LIMIT 5

ANIMAL TALES - Ages 4, 5, 6............................ALAYNE MCNULTY 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm $108 Mat. Incl. In this class we will read children’s books in which animals are the characters. Then we will re-create the animal illustrations to make our own beautiful art! LIMIT 5

MOSAIC FLOWER - Grades 1-4..............................KAREN WALSH 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $172 Mat. Incl. Mosaic is a process of making designs by inlaying small bits of colored stone, glass, shells and ceramic pieces in grout. Using this foolproof technique you will create a wonderful mosaic flower from a precut flower form. It will enhance and beautify your garden as it stands tall and colorful amongst the flowers! LIMIT 6

COLORED PENCIL PORTRAITS - Adult/15+Teen..................SUE SMITH

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm *Supplies not included-See Below* $172 + Mat. Learn to draw with colored pencil using color layering techniques to create rich beautiful color mixes for skin, hair and fabrics. Each week’s class will focus on a TEENS feature of the face, jewelry or clothing: A 15-30 minute instructor guided lesson will prepare students to complete a portion of a portrait (eye, nose, ear, etc.) having a goal to complete at least one portrait by session end. Please bring a photo on the first class. *Please bring your own supplies. New students should request a suggested supply list from the office. LIMIT 6

FULL BLOOM IN PAINTINGS & PAPIÉR MACHÉ - Grades 2-5...................... ................................................................................ALAYNE MCNULTY 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm $216 Mat. Incl. Georgia O’Keeffe is famous for painting beautiful magnified blossoms. Join us as we paint and sculpt enlarged, colorful flowers just like O’Keeffe. We will work from her references as well as create our own flowers in her style. LIMIT 6

Brochure Art

Kaleidoscope reserves the right to photograph program participants and their artwork. Such photos are for Kaleidoscope use only and may be published in publicity materials. Students who do not wish to have themselves or artwork photographed should notify the Kaleidoscope staff.

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THURSDAY Spring • 4/25 - 5/30

ILLUSTRATING with PEN & INK - Adult/15+Teen..............THERESA BEDAL

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm $172 + Mat. Grab your favorite black pens and let’s get going! Several teacher-led projects will be explored during this class with emphasis on learning the different techniques to create light and dark TEENS values using black ink pens of various widths. Subject matter will vary (wildlife, nature, still-life etc.) and students will be encouraged to work independently on one project of their choice during the last 1/2 hour of each class. Please bring your own supplies. A suggested supply S H list is available when registering online or can be mailed upon request. LIMIT 6

TEEN POTTERY - Grades 7-12.......................CHRIS ROGGEVEEN

3:30 pm - 5:30 pm $228 Mat. Incl. (Includes 25 lbs. clay, glazing materials, and firing costs) Students will be taught the fundamentals of throwing on a potter’s wheel including centering the clay, TEENS raising the walls, thinning, shaping, glazing and trimming. Intermediate students will be introduced to advanced techniques. Finished pieces will be kiln fired. LIMIT 6

BOW-WOWnderful HOUNDS - Grades 1-3.....ALAYNE MCNULTY

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Big dogs! Little dogs! Students will follow step-by-step instructions and take home a variety of drawings and paintings of our furry, loyal, drooling canine friends. LIMIT 6

GIVE A HOOT - Grades 4-7....................................THERESA BEDAL

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. In this class we will put our creative juices to work creating a fun and funky mixed media owl. Using a 16” x 20” canvas, various colored papers and napkins, colored and metallic pens, and small colored tiles we will create an owl that you can almost hear hoot! LIMIT 6

WILD & WACKY POTS - Grades 4-6..................MARILYN HEATON 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $172 Mat. Incl. Students will learn to build a hand built piece of pottery using the coil method and slab techniques. Each piece will be a creative original work of art that will use appliques, textures and scoring to their wild and wacky pot. You will design with underglazes, learning proper brush techniques, and finish with a glaze. LIMIT 6

CARICATURES - Adult/15+Teen...............................................DOUG JENNINGS

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm $172 + Mat. Bring a photo of a family member or friend to make fun, unique caricature art. In class techniques will include capturing a likeness and distorting facial images to create caricatures. StuTEENS dents will create both color and black & white caricature images. Please bring an 11” x 14” Sketchbook. LIMIT 6

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“Artistic expression allows me to

feel good about myself and gives me that extra boost of confidence to strive to be the best that I can in all that I do. Building high self-esteem and feeling good about oneself is crucial for survival in the adult world. Possessing self-esteem and maintaining a positive outlook, I feel I can accept new challenges and receive constructive criticism without a crippling fear of failure. Instead I am able to go forth with a sense of strength and determination, an attribute that will benefit me along any road on which I choose to travel.

For many people, art is just a piece

of paper, a pencil and an eraser. From my view it is my vehicle that will enable me to persevere in the light of adversity and allow me to achieve my goals now and in the future.�

Ellen

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FRIDAY

Spring • 4/26 - 5/31

PENCILS & PAINTS - Ages 4, 5, 6....................ALAYNE MCNULTY 10:00 am - 11:00 am $108 Mat. Incl. A great class for kids who can’t get enough drawing and painting! Have fun following along with the teacher to find the shapes and lines to create your drawing and then add the excitement of color as you find out all about using a paintbrush, mixing colors and varieties of paints. LIMIT 5

SPRINGTIME FUN - Ages 4, 5, 6......................ALAYNE MCNULTY 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Embrace Spring as we learn to draw and paint the wonderful scenes of our season in vibrant color! A variety of drawing and painting media will be used. LIMIT 5

FRIDAY FAVORITES- Grades 1-4....................ALAYNE MCNULTY 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. It’s a “Greatest Hits” class for the week. The best of the best from the week’s offerings will be presented to this fabulous Friday class. Tried and tested, enjoy weekly favorites in possibly any media (excludes clay) and in any theme. A great class for someone who loves art, but can’t choose just one class to take! LIMIT 6

DRAWING AND PAINTING STUDIO - Grades 5-8......SUE SMITH

4:00 pm - 5:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. This class will focus on the fundamentals of drawing and painting. Creative expression is encouraged and Individual help will be offered to students as they work from their choice of photos, images or still life. A variety of black & white and color drawing materials as well as acrylics painted on canvas board will be available each session. LIMIT 6

CLAY SCULPTURE - Jr. Hi. & Hi........................................JILL FUNK

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm $212 Mat. Incl. Extend the boundaries of the versatile potential of clay as a sculpting medium and get ready to explore the endless possibilities. Learn a wide spectrum of TEENS hand-building techniques using slabs and coil construction as well as modeling to develop proportion on human and animal forms.(Includes 25 lbs. of clay and kiln firing costs) LIMIT 6

“It was really fun and lots of my best friends are going to come ‘cause I showed them my artwork, so I’ll probably be back soon! Thanks again, I really enjoyed it!” Carly

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SATURDAY Spring 4/26 -5/31

CHILDREN’S LITER-ART-URE - Ages 4, 5, 6.................LAURA LOPPNOW 9:00 am - 10:30 am $162 Mat. Incl. Children’s books will provide motivation for our art experience each day. Illustrators of children’s books have created some incredible art with a wide variety of media and styles. With the magic of children’s books we may use a variety of art media including collage, printmaking, drawing or painting. LIMIT 5

CARTOON FUN: STARWARS, CLONE TROOPERS, LEGO COMICS & MORE

Grades 1-3.....................................................................................DOUG JENNINGS 9:00 am - 10:30 am $162 Mat. Incl. Use your creativity to create fun comic-style art using your favorite StarWars, Lego or other cartoon characters. Create a comic page or scene featuring your choice of characters as you learn techniques in drawing, inking, and lettering. LIMIT 6

PASTELS & PAINTS - Grades 3-6.......................................ALAYNE MCNULTY 9:00 am - 10:30 am $162 Mat. Incl. Learn how to work with shading and color to create realistic drawings and paintings in this step-by-step class. In addition to creating pastels on paper, students will create a painting on a stretched canvas. LIMIT 6

PRECIOUS PUPS IN CLAY - Grades 1-3................................KATE BROWN

9:00 am - 10:30 am $172 Mat. Incl. Have fun as we imagine and create artistically embellished puppies with silly or serious best friend qualities! These unique sculptures will be hand-built using terra cotta clay, painted with underglaze and kiln fired. LIMIT 6

RAINFOREST RHAPSODY - Ages 4, 5, 6...........................LAURA LOPPNOW 11:00 am - 12:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Welcome to the Rainforest where we will explore the animals and plants of tropical rainforests as well as different mixed-medias like printing, painting or papiér maché and maybe more! LIMIT 5

DISCOVERING PAINTING - Grades 1-3.........ALAYNE MCNULTY

11:00 am - 12:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. We love to paint! You will find excitement as you learn how to mix colors and how they affect each other when painted side by side. Students will create paintings with a variety of subjects, using may colors or in one color with many values. LIMIT 6

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SATURDAY continued Spring 4/26 -5/31

FABULOUS FELINES IN CLAY - Grades 3-5.........................KATE BROWN

11:00 am - 12:30 am $172 Mat. Incl. Create an absolutely fabulous feline sculpture with sassy or serious attitude! These unique wild or domestic cats (student’s choice) will be hand-built using terra cotta clay, painted with underglaze and kiln fired. LIMIT 6

AVENGERS CARTOONING & MORE! - Grades 4-6....................DOUG JENNINGS

11:00 am - 12:30 pm $162 Mat. Incl. Come ready to explore and create comic strips and cartoon stories with themes you love: Minecraft, Star Wars, Avengers, Manga or your own stories. Classes will cover drawing, inking, lettering and coloring your comic stories and art. We will let our imaginations soar as we create cartoon illustrations of our all time favorites! LIMIT 6

CARTOONING OPEN STUDIO - Jr Hi & Hi......................DOUG JENNINGS

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm *Please see supply note below. $172 Some Mat. Incl. Take your cartooning to the next level with these more advanced techniques in line work, values, cartooning from photos and lettering. Have fun creating and learning TEENS as we explore *Caricatures and capturing “likeness,” Manga, Imaginary Creatures and more. Supply Note: * Please bring your own Sketchbook. LIMIT 6 *(Caricature students may work from their own photos)

Having Fun with Papiér Maché!

“My boys absolutely love Kaleidoscope and have learned so much from your fine instruction - all in a warm, cozy and inviting setting!” Cheryl 15


EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED FOR STUDENTS AGE 4 - GRADE 12

Adults Need Not Fill This Out.

Please let us know about special needs your child

may have prior to the first day of class. Kaleidoscope strives to create a positive and safe learning atmosphere for all students.

Kaleidoscope will keep your emergency information on file for 2014. Please keep us up to date if any phone numbers, cell phones change.

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Please alert us to any particular health concerns (Epi-pen) or special needs:

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With my signature, I the parent, herin authorize emergency medical care Yes No (If you have answered no above, YOU MUST indicate the procedure to be followed in the event that your child should need medical attention.)

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Emergency Procedure: In the event of an emergency, we will call 911-paramedics and transport if needed, to nearest hospital.

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(Please Print) Student’s Name

Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art, Inc., (847) 381-4840

2014 EMERGENCY MEDICAL INFORMATION & POLICY NOTIFICATION


INSTRUCTOR’S HISTORY THERESA BEDAL: B.A. University of Wisconsin, Madison. Studied oil painting, pastel, and watercolor at schools in Illinois and Wisconsin. Art workshops with nationally recognized artists Judi Betts, Joseph Fettingis, Ratindra Das, and Catherine Wilson Smith. Freelance work in murals & fine art commissions. KATE BROWN: B.A. Dominican University 2013. Graduated Summa cum laude with three majors: Sculpture, Painting, Art Education K-12 and a minor in Art History. Kate has taught at Kaleidoscope since 2007. Artwork has been shown at local shows and galleries. JILL FUNK: Director of Kaleidoscope School of Art; has taught sculpture for over 25 years; graduate of Cleveland Institute of Art; Studied at Cooper School of Art; has participated in many juried shows and galleries. MARILYN HEATON: B.F.A. University of New Mexico; graduate work at the Art Institute of Chicago; commercial artist, children’s book illustrator. DIANE HYNES: Diane has spent years studying with David Leffel, internationally recognized oil painter master, at the Palette and Chisel Academy of Fine Arts in Chicago. Diane brings with her many years of experience as an artist, as well as a desire to share her talents and knowledge with others. DOUG JENNINGS: B.A. Trinity College, Deerfield, studied design at Southern IL University; wrote and illustrated comics; taught cartooning workshops and art classes; currently works as a graphic artist. LAURA LOPPNOW: B.F.A. Art Education, University of Illinois; taught art in public school system. ALAYNE MCNULTY: M.A. in Art Therapy from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago; taught at The Art Institute of Chicago. B.S. in Psychology & Studio Art, Centre College, Danville, KY; PAT MEAD: B.A. Cornell College, IA, majored in art. Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, Old Town Art Center, The American Academy of Art, and with watercolorists including Fred Messersmith, Charles Reid, and Irving Shapiro. Work hangs in public and private collections throughout the country. Signature Member of the American Watercolor Society and the Transparent Watercolor Society of America. FRAN MEHALIC: B.F.A. Northern Illinois University. Studied Interior architecture with Dennis Blair (Student of Frank Lloyd Wright) portraits, jewelry. CHRIS ROGGEVEEN: Majored in Art at Southern Illinois University; studied pottery with Judi White and others. SUE SMITH: B.F.A. Northern Illinois University with emphasis in Illustration; freelance work and portraits by commission; taught art grades 1-6 at Westminster Christian School, Elgin. Taught home school groups throughout the North and Northwest suburbs of Chicago since 2001. KAREN WALSH: Graduate of St. James School of Nursing, Hornell, NY; studied art with M. Pipka, folk painter; various craft & art workshops; sells jewelry in CO and IL. LIZ ZWIENER: B.F.A. Southern Methodist University with emphasis in drawing and printmaking; freelance work, volunteered in local schools teaching art and art history for 12 years.


SEE PAGE 16 FOR MEDICAL FORM FOR ALL STUDENTS AGE 4 - GRADE 12 TO BE KEPT ON FILE FOR THE YEAR 2014

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT: Jill Funk, Director Randy Funk, Registrar/Office Manager Alayne McNulty, Curriculum Coordinator Sue Smith, Schedule KALEIDOSCOPE SCHOOL OF FINE ART, INC. 847-381-4840 www.KaleidoscopeSchoolofFineArt.org Office Hours: Mon. thru Fri. 10:00 am - 5:00 pm & Sat. 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Please Call 847-381-4840 If You Would Like To Be Removed From Mailing List

SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION FORM Cust.#

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ALL CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS SUBJECT TO 10% SURCHARGE PRIOR TO CANCELLATION DATE , AFTER WHICH THERE IS A 50% SURCHARGE. NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 3 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO 1ST DAY OF CLASS.

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Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art, Inc., 316 W. Main St., Barrington, IL (847)381-4840 (Please Print) One Name Per Form

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