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• Community Outreach

• Workshops • Galleries • Adults

• Sculpture Garden

• Children

• Heritage Center

• Teens

• Winter Garden

WELCOME TO CREALDÉ SCHOOL OF ART CREALDE.ORG OUR OTHER TWO LOCATIONS Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Crealdé’s second campus, represents a partnership with the City of Winter Park, and pays tribute to the past, present and future contributions of Winter Park’s African-American community through an award-winning permanent collection of historic photographs and oral histories. Established by Crealdé in 2007, the center also features visiting visual art exhibitions and educational programs that explore Southern folklore and cultural preservation.

Crealdé School of Art is a community-based nonprofit organization established in 1975. We feature an affordable, sequential curriculum of more than 125 studio courses and workshops in Painting & Drawing, Digital & Film Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture, Fiber Arts, Glass and Jewelry for adults and children, with hands-on experience emphasized. There are five 8-week sessions per year; youth class sessions are six weeks, plus there are Summer ArtCamp sessions. Crealdé School of Art

Hannibal Square Heritage Center

Hannibal Square Heritage Center is located in downtown Winter Park, 642 W. New England Ave., Winter Park, FL, 32789. The galleries are open noon–4 p.m. Tuesday– Thursday, noon–5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Saturday. Phone 407-539-2680. Admission is free.

In addition, Crealdé offers an award-winning scholarship and outreach program to diverse 2017 CREALDÉ SESSIONS communities in Central Florida. The two galleries Winter: Jan. 23–March 18 on the main campus present a changing variety of Spring: March 27–May 20 visual art exhibitions ArtCamp: June 5-July 28 by artists from Florida, the nation and the world. Summer Adult: June 12-August 5 The Contemporary Sculpture Garden overlooking Summer Youth: June 19-July 22 Lake Sterling features more than 60 pieces of original art. Admission to the galleries and gardens is always free. Crealdé’s main campus is located off Aloma Avenue at 600 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park, FL, 32792. The office and galleries are open 9 am-4 pm Monday-Thursday, and 9 am-1 pm Friday and Saturday. Phone 407.671.1886, or register online anytime at BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Since 2010, Crealdé has partnered with the City of Winter Garden to offer a series of photography, painting, drawing, sculpture and ceramics classes for adults and children at the Jessie Brock Community Center, which serves as Crealdé’s third Central Florida teaching site.


Toni Peck President

Ali Bovis

Dean Jennings Vice President

Percy Maynard

Valada Flewellyn

Akerman LLP Amazon Hose & Rubber Co. Art Systems of Florida

Frank Schornagle III Treasurer

Christina Mitchell-Hawkins

The Boyd Foundation

Dan Iosue

The Central Florida Foundation

Kevin Cosgrove Secretary

Shirley Range David Storm

Florida Humanities Council

Cecelia Bonifay President Emeritus

Mark Thompson

The James T. Barnes Foundation

Citizens for Florida Arts, Inc. English-Speaking Union, Central Florida Branch

The Orlando Magic The Nelson Family Trust

ADMINISTRATION Jessie Brock Community Center

The Jessie Brock Community Center is located at 310 N. Dillard St., Winter Garden, FL, 34787, four blocks from Winter Garden’s historic downtown district. Call 407-656-4155 for directions. Register through Crealdé by phone 407-671-1886 or online at See Winter Garden class offerings on Page 14. All Crealdé locations are ADA accessible. For any special needs or group tours, call Crealdé, 407.671.1886.

St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund

Peter Schreyer CEO/Executive Director

United Arts Artists in Communities Grant United Arts Mini Grant

Jan Hurt Registrar & Membership Manager

Sherri Bunye Education Manager

Sandra Maria Johnson Marketing Manager

Belinda Glennon Young Artist Program Manager

Betsy Schreyer Grants & Donor Relations Manager Nicole Fournier Accounting Manager Carlo Jannotti Facility Manager Richard Munster Facility Manager

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Rotary Club of Winter Park Charitable Foundation

Very Special Arts of Florida The Walt Disney World Ears to You Program The Winter Park Health Foundation

Barbara Tiffany Curator of Exhibitions, and Painting & Drawing Manager David Cumbie Sculpture Garden Curator and Sculpture Studio Manager Vincent Sansone Ceramics Studio and Program Manager

Crealdé School of Art is a nonprofit art organization supported in part by memberships; United Arts of Central Florida; the City of Winter Park; Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program; the State of Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs; The Florida Arts Council; The National Endowment for the Arts; and various private foundations.




Recognizing established artists from Florida, the nation and beyond

Celebrating the art of Crealdé’s community

Exploring heritage and folklore through the visual arts and humanities

Through Jan. 14 Spinning Yarn: Storytelling Through Southern Art Explore the power of visual storytelling with 40 works of art created by 20 contemporary, self-taught and traditional artists living and working in 10 Southern states. On display at the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery and at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center. Free.

Jan. 27-April 29 Jack King: Searching for Truth Since the 1980s, Tampa-based artist Jack King says stories of Cuban rafters seeking freedom became a haunting theme, begging him to question how people throughout time, around the world, have given up everything to make uncertain quests over water – an element that can be survived however terrifying the journey. Nautical elements find their way into his largesize sculptures, made primarily from wood, acrylic and steel; his wall pieces are made from cast iron, wood, enamel and acrylic. On display at the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery and at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center. Free.

Jan. 14-April 15 Director’s Choice VI Crealdé’s diverse professional faculty of influential arts educators and accomplished artists takes the spotlight in this exhibition of new works in photography, painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture and fiber arts. Free.

April 28-July 29 A Look Back/Coming Back: Works by Henry Sinn Mixed media painter and sculptor Henry Sinn presents past work as well as new pieces created since taking a hiatus from the creative process. Sinn, the former Crealdé director of Painting & Drawing, creates from intuition, tapping into a primal spirit to explore the mythical, metaphysical and earthly sides of life. The opening reception will be held from 7-9 pm Friday, April 28. Free.

Through Jan. 14 Spinning Yarn: Storytelling Through Southern Art See description, Alice & William Jenkins Gallery.

Jan. 27-April 29 Jack King: Searching for Truth See description, Alice & William Jenkins Gallery.

TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS Through Feb. 27 St. Augustine at 450 Art in Public Spaces Gallery, Winter Garden Ten photographers captured the oldest city in the nation on the occasion of its 450th anniversary, exploring St. Augustine’s history, preservation efforts and place as a tourist destination, college town and home to a diverse population. Reception 5-7 pm Thursday, Dec. 8, Winter Garden City Hall, 300 W. Plant St., Winter Garden. Free.

May 1-31 Closed for maintenance Guardian, Henry Sinn, painting

EVENTS Saturday-Monday, Dec. 31-Jan. 2 New Year’s Holiday The main campus front office and galleries will be closed Saturday-Monday, reopening at 9 am Tuesday, Jan. 3.

Saturday, January 14, 5-8 pm Crealdé Sixth Annual A Night of Fire The Winter Park main campus comes alive after dark for the sixth annual A Night of Fire. Tour the studios and galleries, participate in art workshops and demonstrations including welding, kiln and raku firing, and painting and drawing. After sunset, watch a spectacular light painting photography display over Lake Sterling. Hands-on youth workshops are offered early in the evening from 5-6:30 pm, then enjoy live music, refreshments and storytelling around the fire, as well as additional hands-on workshops for adults until 8 p.m. Visit the opening of the Director’s Choice VI exhibition in the galleries. Food from the grill is provided by Millers Hardware of Winter Park with microbrews served from The Hourglass Brewery in Longwood. Free.

Monday, Jan. 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day The main campus front office and galleries will be closed, and will reopen at 9 am Tuesday, Jan. 17. The Hannibal Square Heritage Center will be open for tours, in conjunction with the annual Winter Park Unity Heritage Festival held next door at Shady Park. Free.

Friday, Jan. 27 Opening receptions, Jack King: Searching for Truth Celebrate the two-gallery exhibition by the Tampa artist that begins with a 7-9 pm reception with the artist at the Crealdé main campus, in the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery, and continues from 8-10 pm at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center with live music. Free.

Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 4 and 5, 11 am-4 pm Arts for ALL Day, Loch Haven Cultural Park, Orlando Join Crealdé School of Art and other arts organizations in a celebratory kickoff for United Arts of Central Florida’s annual Collaborative Campaign for the Arts fundraiser. Sign up for plein-air painting workshops led by Crealdé’s professional artist instructors. Free.

Friday, Feb. 24, 7:30-9 pm Crealdé Photography Guild Movie Night Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye Bring blankets, chairs and picnic baskets to enjoy an outdoor presentation on the shores of Lake Sterling of the documentary about the life and work of influential French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, a camerashy artist whose vision shaped the emerging field of photojournalism. Free.

Saturday, March 11, 10 am-2 pm Sixth Annual Crealdé Free Family Art Festival Registration for our popular Summer ArtCamp (ages 4 to 17) kicks off with this festival on the main campus. Explore the studios, sculpture garden and galleries, as well as meet the instructors and participate in hands-on art activities. Enjoy pony rides, face-painting, a bounce house and refreshments. A special one-day-only discount applies to Summer ArtCamp registrations taken in person and online on this day. Free.

Friday-Sunday, March 17-19 The 58th Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Both Crealdé School of Art and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center offer hands-on art activities for children. Visit the festival website for details, Free.

Friday-Sunday, April 14-16 Spring Holidays The main campus front office and galleries will be closed, reopening at 9 am Monday, April 17.

Saturday, April 22, 10 am-4 pm Eighth Annual Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk & Urban Art Festival The annual festival celebrates cultural diversity through art and music. Florida artists and artisans offer their works for sale on the grounds outside the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, which is open for viewing with special exhibits by cultural guests. The all-day community entertainment lineup includes music by the Porchdogs Cajun and Zydeco Band and a performance by the Orisirisi African Folklore troupe. Youngsters create costumes in the “Kidfolk” workshop, followed by a public parade. Food trucks offer soul food specialties. Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park. Free.

Friday, April 28, 7-9 pm Opening reception, A Look Back/ Coming Back: Works by Henry Sinn Celebrate past work and new pieces by Crealdé’s former director of Painting & Drawing. Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, Free.

Friday, May 26, 7:30-9 pm Crealdé Photography Guild: Behind the Storytellers Learn the inspiration behind Crealdé’s Storytellers Teen Documentary Photography Projects. Peter Schreyer and Sherri Bunye talk about their experiences producing the last three projects, working with youth from the communities of Parramore, Geneva and New Smyrna Beach. Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, Free.

Saturday-Monday, May 27-29 Memorial Day Weekend The main campus front office and galleries will be closed Saturday-Monday, reopening at 9 am Tuesday, May 30. Winter-Spring 2017 3

FIBER ARTS CLASSES FA101 Introduction Quilting Piecing and Patchwork Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell WINTER Monday, 10 am-1 pm, Heritage Center, 6 Weeks Always wanted to quilt, but didn’t know how to get started? Learn the basic steps of quilting. Explore fabric choices, quilting supplies, rotary cutting and more. Participants learn the art of piecing patchwork blocks and matching points. Members $250 • Non-members $270

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted. FA103 Bookmaking I Instructor: Hye Shin WINTER Tuesday, 10 am-Noon, Heritage Center Learn a variety of bookbinding methods, including the basics of case bound, coptic and stab stitch (Japanesestyle) on hardcover books. Make personalized journals, sketchbooks, albums and more. Learn how to create hand-bound books to make the perfect customized gift. Members $205 • Non-members $225

FA106 Introduction to Papier Mâché Instructor: Geoffry Sprague WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 1-3 pm, Studio 7, 6 weeks Papier-mâché has been used for millennia to create ornamental and functional objects. Explore various materials, recipes and techniques for making and finishing papier-mâché sculpture with emphasis given to the advantages and quirks of the medium. Although this class has no prerequisites, prior sculpting experience is helpful. Members $165 • Non-members $185

FA104 The Art of Fabric Collage SPRING Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Heritage Center, 6 weeks Develop a visual language using scraps of fabric, appliqué, threads and beads. Create printed fabrics of their own design using an ink jet printer. tudents’ unique visions will be realized through their choice of embellishments. This class is for all levels. A sewing machine is preferred for faster progress. Members $155 • Non-members $175 FA105 The Art of Papermaking

FA102 Introduction to Quilting Appliqué Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell SPRING Monday, 10 am-1 pm, Heritage Center, 6 Weeks Create a beautiful wall quilt! Learn fusible machine appliqué. Explore how to select the right fabrics, prepare the background and appliqué pieces, fuse the raw edge appliqué and finish the quilt. Appliqué has wonderful possibilities for clothes, quilts and home decor items. Members $250 • Non-members $270

WORKSHOPS WKF01 Introductory Long Arm Quilting Workshop Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell WINTER March 4, Saturday 11 am-5 pm, Heritage Center Learn the basics of longarm quilting, including how to put the backing, batting and top onto the quilting machine. Participants also learn to stitch in the ditch, and meandering and simple free motion patterns. Members $100 • Non-members $120

WKF02 Longarm Quilting: Beyond Basics Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell SPRING May 6, Saturday 11 am-5 pm, Heritage Center Free-hand designs are fun and easy to do and give quilting a very custom look. In this hands-on workshop, students work on appliqué quilts and use different freehand, stippling, echo quilting and fill-in patterns. Also

Instructor: Hye Shin WINTER Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 7, 6 weeks Learn the basics of papermaking using recycled paper, rose petals, onion skins, sewing scraps, and junk mail. Use mold and deckle techniques to make unique paper. Molding, paper sculpture and basic bookbinding techniques will be taught. Make your own cards, envelopes, 2-D and 3-D paper art. Members $155 • Non-members $175 “Walking Bathtub”, Geoffry Sprague, Papier Mâché

“overall” free-hand patterns will be discussed and created. Members $100 • Non-members $120 After working more than 25 years in social service, Sherry Goode-Carmell opened a home-based sewing and quilting studio and has been teaching all areas of sewing and quilting, including longarm quilting. Her fiber art is in both public and private collections.

WKF05 Contemporary Papermaking with Hanji Instructor: Hye Shin WINTER Saturday, February 4 10 am-5 pm, Studio 7 Learn the history and techniques of hanji, a traditional Korean paper made from the paper mulberry tree. Hanji is known for its long and strong fibers and has a variety of applications such as windows, books, artwork and clothes. Create thin mulberry papers and 3-D art forms using hanji with double-molding and papers with inclusions. Most materials provided. Students should bring towel and inclusions such as onion skin, flower petals, dried fern leaves, gold and


silver sprinkles). Mold and deckle ($20) available for purchase during workshop. Members $125 • Non-members $145 Hye Shin completed her BFA and MFA in Fiber Arts from Ewha Womans University, South Korea, plus an additional MFA in textiles from The Henty Rodford Hope School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. She recently completed public art pieces for the Historic Sanford Welcome Center and Florida Institute of Technology. Shin participates in group and solo exhibitions internationally. Website:

Classes are 6 weeks unless otherwise noted.


JG103 Intro to Jewelry Design and Fabrication

JG105 Filigree Jewelry: Traditional-Contemporary

JG102 Art of Stained Glass I

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres SPRING Saturday, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 7, 4 Weeks This is an introductory class for basic and advanced jewelry fabrication. Learn essential silversmithing skills and methods of cutting, forging, embossing and all the fundamentals of soldering techniques. Class includes tools to make finger rings, earrings, bracelets and other forms of jewelry as well as copper materials for practicing during class. Students wanting to work in silver should bring their own. Members $220 • Non-members $240

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Saturday, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 7, 4 weeks This class is the gateway for filigree jewelry fabrication and designing. The first class begins with fundamental instructions to make metal threads and overview the process with samples, demos and hands-on projects. In the next class, students will fabricate a variety of filigree components as needed to assemble a design. The final two classes are for completing the works and exploring beyond the limits of traditional patterns, creating a contemporary vision. Class will not meet February 4. Class will end on February 25. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Instructor: Robert Lennox WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 1-3 pm, Studio 7, 6 Weeks Wednesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 7, 6 Weeks This is a class for beginners to learn the beautiful craft of stained glass. Students are introduced to glass cutting, pattern making, copper foiling and soldering techniques. No prior stained glass experience is needed, and students of all levels are welcome. Supplies are included. Members $215 • Non-members $235

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JEWELRY & GLASS WORKSHOPS WKJ02 Prong Setting Workshop

WKJ03 Introduction to Glassblowing

WKJ02 Prong Setting Workshop Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Sunday, April 2 Noon-5 p.m. Studio 7 Learn how to precisely measure the stone nd customize the basket. With samples, demonstrations and hands-on projects, students will be guided through the fundamental applications for different stone cuts. Comparison of straight 90-degree angle with variations of 70-/80-degree baskets. Workshop elaborates traditional/contemporary prong-setting techniques. Crealdé supplies the studio equipment, soldering station and the basic jewelry fabrication tools. All supplies included. Members $100 • Non-members $120

Instructor: Brandon Price Winter: Thursday, March 9 Spring: Thursday, May 18 5:30 pm-9 pm Artegon - Studio Unit D2 Explore the art of glass-working during this one-night workshop. Learn solid glass-forming techniques, as you create a flower. Each petal will be of your own design as you pull the molten glass into form. Students learn the basics of glassblowing while creating one-of-a-kind ornaments. Light refreshments provided. Members $110 • Non-members $130 Brandon Price is from Akron, Ohio, and began his glass career more than 13 years ago at Bowling Green State University under the tutelage of Robert “Bud” Hurlstone. His love of glass-blowing afforded him the opportunity to work and study in 43 states and on three continents. His partnership with David Sandidge over the past decade has led to the culmination of the nation’s first International Hot Glass.

WKJ22 Metal Folding & Forming Instructor: Stefan Alexandres SPRING Sunday, May 21 Noon-5 pm, Studio 7 Explore metal folding and forming as a unique process for jewelry-making. Participants will learn to design and the precision techniques necessary to make a series of small-scale samples for sculptural jewelry. This course will include equipment safety, design, material preparation, design execution. Create dimensional forms out of flat copper sheets without molds or stamps. All supplies included Members $90 • Non-members $110

Introduction to Glassblowing Workshop


SC124 Intro to Sculpture

SC135 Wall Sculptures

SC225 Continuing Sculpture Studies Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 6 Tuesday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Friday, 11 am-1 pm, Studio 6 The instructor assists intermediate and advanced students with ideas related to their personal projects. Problem-solving and discovering new materials and techniques will be a part of each class. Bronze casting and welding will be offered with the approval of the instructor. Prerequisite: Sculpture I or similar experience Members $225 • Non-members $245

WKJ04 The Art of the Jeweler’s Saw NEW Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Sunday, March 12 Noon-5 pm, Studio 7 Explore how to use a jeweler’s saw to cut the most intricate designs and silhouettes on sheet metal. Learn how to achieve delicate cuts, where shears can’t. Learn how jewelers produce precession designs in the fabrication of rings, pendants, bracelets, necklaces, three-dimensional jewelry, and old coins. Mixed media artists/metal-smiths learn to create unique parts for art work (decorative hinges, small sculptures and silhouettes). Sawing metal is inspiring and has endless possibilities! Members $90 • Non-members $110 Stefan Alexandres creates artwork using ancient techniques – no molds or stamps, just hand tools. A sculptor and jeweler, he draws inspiration for his work from history, mythology, folk tales and real life. A Crealdé faculty member since 2008, Alexandres apprenticed in traditional Old World metal arts, as guided through the organized guilds of Greece.

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted.

CLASSES Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 6 Thursday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Students will work in clay to create face masks, heads and figures to be fired in the kiln. Mold-making and casting will be demonstrated as part of the session. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Jewelers saws photographed by Stefan Alexandres

Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Monday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 6 Monday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Create designs for your house, patio and pool. Students will experiment with clay using quick casting techniques while making indoor and outdoor sculptures. Students are encouraged to bring in found objects that can be used for impressions. All levels of talent are welcome, come in and experiment. Members $230 • Non-members $250

SC136 Wax Working Techniques for Bronze Casting Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Experiment with creating sculptures in wax for bronze casting. A variety of techniques will be presented for using this malleable material to create special effects with surface detail, ways of achieving free standing forms and low relief sculptures to be cast in bronze. Class is open to all skill levels. Members $235 • Non-members $255

SC226 Introduction to Welding Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 6 Create whimsical figures and abstract welded sculptures. Learn basic cutting and arc welding techniques using found objects and milds steel. Student are encouraged to bring in objects for their compositions. All material will be provided. Members $275 • Non-members $295 Winter-Spring 2017 5


WKS16 Introduction to Welding Instructor: David Cumbie Saturday and Sunday, 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Jan. 28-29 WINTER Feb. 11-12 WINTER March 4-5 WINTER March 25-26 SPRING Join this veteran welder in designing small sculptures over a weekend. Practice cutting and basic welding techniques, while creating artwork from found objects. No experience needed. Members $275 • Non-members $295

WKS03 Concrete Sculpture Workshop NEW Instructor: Sandro Pelicie Perez WINTER Saturday, Feb. 14 and Feb. 18 9 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Learn to carve a sculpture starting from a large Styrofoam maguette. Learn how to apply cement creating a durable surface for outdoor art. The art work will be finished using colorful stains and sealers. This collaborative work will go on display in the Contemporary Sculpture Garden. Members $150 • Non-members $170 Sandro Pelicié Pérez combine his skills in sculpture, scenic art, and decorative concrete to create themed outdoor living spaces. He received his BA in sculpture in 1997 from Academie National des Bellas Arte San Alejandro, Havana, Cuba. His work has been exhibited internationally and in public and private collections.

WKS07 Indoor/Outdoor Wall Sculptures NEW Instructor: David Cumbie SPRING Two-week Class, Saturday April 1, 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 April 8, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 6 Learn to sculpt and take impressions from found objects to be used to create clay molds during this two-day workshop. All projects will be cast in portland cement and hydro stone using masonry dyes for color. Faux bronze and silver finishes will be offered for interior sculptures. Students are encouraged to create several pieces. All materials supplied. Members $200 • Non-members $220 David Lee Cumbie is an award-winning sculptor and an active member of the Central Florida arts community for more than 30 years. At Crealdé, he directs the Sculpture Studio and Central Florida’s only communitybased bronze foundry. He also is the curator of the school’s Contemporary Sculpture Garden. Website:

WKT36 Introduction to Stone Carving David Cumbie sculpting the human head

WKS10 Sculpting the Human Head NEW Instructor: David Cumbie SPRING Saturday and Sunday, May 6-7 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Sculpt a life size head. Learn proportions of the head and techniques for creating facial features during this intensive two-day workshop. Students will be responsible for buying a 25 pound bag of clay which will be available in class. All levels of talent welcome. Members $230 • Non-members $250

WKS11 Multimedia Sculpture NEW Instructor: David Cumbie SPRING Saturday and Sunday, April 15-16 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Spend two days learning a variety of techniques creating multimedia sculptures. Experiment with fast mold making processes and use a large variety of material to create figures, shadow boxes and press mold sculptures. Students are encouraged to bring in found objects to include in their pieces, all other materials are supplied. All levels of talent welcome. Members $220 • Non-members $240


Instructor: Richard Saunders WINTER Saturday-Sunday, February 4-5 9 am-1pm, Studio 6, 2 weeks Registration Deadline is February 21 Great for beginners aspiring to carve stone – prior experience is neither necessary nor encouraged. Learn the basics of stone, safety issues, the basic tools, the instructor’s biases, final polishing and work critique. Workshop stresses free-form carving with hand tools. Each student will be provided with a 20 pound-plus piece of alabaster to begin their carving experience. Members $275 • Non-members $295 Richard Saunders is a juried stone carver who found his art 12 years ago with mentor Elizabeth Kelsey (“Winkie”), of Hanover, New Hampshire. He is experienced with marble, alabaster, limestone and soapstone, and was awarded a prize in a major juried show at Ava Gallery, Lebanon, New Hampshire. He works with stone in the weight ranges of 50 to 150 pounds. Although he uses power devices, this introductory workshop will not involve such tools; their role in stone carving will be discussed.

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted.

CLASSES TD122 Beginning Wheel Throwing

TD174 Handbuilding with Found Objects

Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 Instructor: Barbara Bailey WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 7-9 pm, Studio 4 Learn to center, open and compress clay, and throw small cylinders on the potter’s wheel. Trimming, finishing, adding handles, feet and pouts make pieces ready to glaze and fire. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Thursday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4, 6 Weeks Use handbuilding techniques to create nature inspired ceramics. Imagine a classic garden finial, animated planter, musical wind chime or a glowing lantern. Give new life to organic objects as they influence form, decoration and glazing choices. Suitable for all levels. Members $165 • Non-members $185

TD135 Beginning Handbuilding

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER Thursday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4, 6 Weeks Use handbuilt projects or thrown forms to explore surface decoration techniques. Experiment with sgrafitto, slip trailing, inlay and more to create unique and functional pottery. Members $165 • Non-members $185

Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 4 Don’t be intimidated by clay. This class gives you the chance to handbuild freely. The projects are explained step-by-step and based on pieces from children’s classes … from plates and bowls to animal rattles and lanterns. Come play with clay! Members $210 • Non-members $230

TD172 Handbuilding Like the Ancients Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER/SPRING Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 4 Friday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 Over 10,000 years ago, humans started using clay jugs, bowls, baskets, platters, teapots, jewelry, tablets, statues, tiles, buildings – these have all been born from clay, a legacy of civilization. Use traditional coil, pinch and slab techniques to continue that legacy, creating vessels that harken back to ancient times. Members $210 • Non-members $230 6 Crealdé School of Art

TD184 Surface Decoration for Pottery

TD185 Beyond Round: Altered States Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER/SPRING Monday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 4, 6 Weeks Create animated pots – on and off the wheel – by altering thrown forms. Dart, pleat and facet pots with distinct personalities that invite use. Members $165 • Non-members $185

TD228 Continuing Wheel Throwing Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER/SPRING Monday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 Instructor: Vadim Malkin WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 4 Now that you’re comfortable with centering, let’s tickle the imagination and create bowls, cups and vases. This course covers beginner to advanced levels of wheel throwing, altering and glazing. Members $220 • Non-members $240


Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted.

TD231 3-D Design

TD238 Raku

TD321 Advanced Ceramics

Instructor: Vince Sanson WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 A design problem is given for the term, emphasizing one or two design elements in particular. Discussions about design and the finished pieces are a part of each class. If a base for the piece is needed, that becomes part of the discussion as well. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER Friday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 4, 6 Weeks Learn traditional raku firing and other postreduction techniques. The first four meetings will be spent making pieces for the firings. Some handbuilding skills are needed. Besides the traditional raku firing method, we will explore fuming and horsehair finishing techniques. Come and learn this exciting firing method with instant results. Members $165 • Non-members $185

Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 4 An excellent choice for those who are seeking a continuation of skills already learned and to develop personal style and consistency. Working in series and sets is emphasized, as are refining, finishing and glazing. Demonstrations meet the needs of each student. Members $225 • Non-members $245

WORKSHOPS WKT40 Heads Up Workshop

WKT23 Date Night - Ceramics

Instructor: Vince Sansone Friday, March 10 WINTER 1:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Here’s a chance to sit around the table and play. Learn to use the pinch forming method to make small heads. Manipulate the clay from inside the form to enhance facial features before closing it up. Design a base for the head when you make it. The last hour will be used to show ways of decorating and glazing. Member/Non-Members $50

Instructor: Vadim Malkin Friday, February 3 WINTER Friday, March 3 WINTER Friday, April 7 SPRING Friday, May 5 SPRING 7-9 pm Studio 4 Clay is like a relationship: It must be pinched, molded and designed to become everlasting. The hosts will walk you and your partner through clay projects that will make a fantastic date night. Beginners welcome; materials included. Members/Non-members $90 Born in Moscow, Vadim Malkin is a third-generation artist and since graduating with his BFA, he has been developing his art and instructing in ceramics at Crealdé. He curates the Visual Fringe for the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival, and his award-winning work has been on display at numerous galleries and art festivals. His wife, Meredith, joins him in hosting the monthly Date Night Ceramics workshops. Website:

Manager of Ceramics at Crealdé, Vince Sansone joined the school in the 1970s and has more than 40 years of experience as a professional potter and arts educator. He received his Masters of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Southern Illinois University and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. His whimsical creations have been exhibited throughout the United States, and are held in numerous private and public collections. Website:

PHOTOGRAPHY PH371 The Lake: A Master Class in Documentary Photography Exploring Land and People on Lake Apopka Instructors: Peter Schreyer and Sherri Bunye Thursday, 7 – 9 pm, starting February 2 WINTER Advanced students learn to photograph with purpose while creating a cohesive documentary project exploring life and land on Lake Apopka. Learn about project development, implementation, caption writing and finishing a body of work for exhibition. Discover classic documentary-style photography by examining and discussing work by other artists. Through a partnership with the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation and in the tradition of muchrecognized past Crealdé documentary projects, “The Lake” will be featured in two major Central Florida gallery exhibitions in late 2017 and early 2018. The local story of Lake Apopka has national significance and in many ways represents the pioneering spirit of the American dream, at times jeopardized by exploitation of land and people. Tuition includes Crealdé studio and lab use, as well transportation on class field trips. Prerequisite: Photography III, past Crealdé documentary master classes or similar experience. Members $375 • Non-members $395

“Dusk on Lake Apopka, Trailer City”, Peter Schreyer

A Photographic and Cultural Tour of Switzerland with Peter Schreyer

Past tour participant Suzanne Nelson says: “Going to Switzerland with Peter twice was one of the most rewarding travel experiences of my life. Both times, I got fantastic photographs of this beautiful country. One of the benefits of going with Peter, being this is his birthplace, is he speaks the language and knows the country and all the back roads”. Members: $ 3,250 – Non-members: $ 3,295

June 9 – 18, 2017 SUMMER Spend a leisurely ten days exploring and photographing the Swiss landscape, history and contemporary culture. Travel in small group off the beaten path along scenic back roads. Participate in themed day trips while traveling comfortably in our private van. Excursions will vary from day to day and will allow flexibility for the group’s specific interests. Historic farmhouses and vineyards, breathtaking Alpine scenery combined with light hiking, medieval towns and castles are just a few of the planned day trips. Stay in deluxe hotels in scenic locations, eat delicious food, and immerse yourself in a different culture comfortably – the Swiss way!

“Chalets in the Berner Oberland,” Peter Schreyer

The trip is led by Peter Schreyer, Crealdé’s Executive Director and internationally exhibited photographer, who is known for his documentary projects that celebrate history and heritage of communities. Over the past three decades, he has crafted photographic tours to his native country that appeal to photographers of all skill levels.

Tuition includes nine nights of deluxe, double occupancy accommodations at three and four star hotels, all ground transportation in Switzerland (by private van, mountain rail and lake steamer), some meals, all admissions and photographic guidance by native, bi-lingual tour guide throughout the trip. Space is limited to eight participants and a $ 1,000 deposit must be received no later than February 1, 2017. Please call Crealdé for a detailed tour flyer after November 30, 2016.

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Film-based Classes Learn the fundamentals of film photography. Explore the art and techniques of processing traditional black-andwhite photographs in a wet darkroom.

PH168 Black-and-White Film Photography I Instructor: Peter Schreyer SPRING Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Be introduced to the timeless beauty of traditional, film-based black-and-white photography, including image selection, exposure and processing your own film and prints in Crealdé’s wet darkroom. This introductory course will cover basic camera controls and formats (loaner cameras available), film types, hands-on field trips, weekly assignments, print reviews and lots of fun time in the darkroom. Designed for students new to film photography and photographers who want to reconnect with this creative art form. Members $215 • Non-members $235

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted. PH148 Digital Photography II

PH253 The Natural Landscape

Instructor: Michael van Gelder Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 WINTER Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 SPRING Sunday, 1-3 pm, Studio 3 WINTER Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3 SPRING Delve deeper into photography by learning techniques in composition, lighting, flash and special equipment. Instruction and assignments give students the opportunity to work on their photography weaknesses and strengths. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or similar experience. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Instructor: Milton Heiberg WINTER Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Explore how to look at a landscape, capture the best light, and what to include and leave out. Learn how to see and control forms of composition, and using HDR in your landscapes. Practice new skills during Saturday field trips. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PH258 Basic Image Processing Instructor: Jon Manchest WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center Using Lightroom and Photoshop (Standard or Elements), students learn the fundamentals of image processing with two of today’s most popular image processing tools. Two basic image enhancement workflows will be covered. The first workflow will combine the best features of Lightroom and Photoshop. The second workflow will be a Photoshop-only workflow. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PH259 Field Trip Class Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER Thursday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 5, 6-week class Students will travel to various locations around Central Florida. The trips will have a theme that will exercise the student’s picture taking abilities. There will be instructorled feedback on photographs taken during field trips. Members $175 • Non-members $195

PH276 Night Field Trip Class NEW Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Thursday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Students will travel to various locations around Central Florida. The trips will have a theme that will exercise the student’s picture taking abilities. There will be instructor-led feedback on photographs taken during field trips. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PH275 Capture to Print

PH239 Black-and-White Film Photography II Instructor: Peter Schreyer WINTER Monday, 7–9 pm, Studio 5 Sharpen your black-and-white vision of the world with assignments, field trips, supervised darkroom time, and print reviews. Learn more about grain and contrast control, film speed manipulation and the relationship between camera exposure, film development and final prints. Course includes regular darkroom demonstrations and a night field trip. Prerequisite: B/W Photography I or similar experience. Members $230 • Non-members $250

Digital Classes Learn the art and techniques of digital photography using SLR cameras, including the use of post-processing computer programs.

PH169 Basic Camera Settings Instructor: Sherri Bunye Sunday, 4-5:30 pm, Heritage Center Winter starts Feb. 19, 4 Weeks Spring starts April 30, 4 Weeks Learn essential camera settings and modes through inclass presentations and demonstrations. This workshop is ideal for beginning photographers looking to understand digital SLR camera settings. Spring class will not meet on Mothers Day, May 14. Members $80 • Non-members $100

Instructor: Jon Manchester SPRING Thursday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Focus on the creative side of image processing and learn to create expressive images suitable for making exhibition quality prints. Learn aesthetics, what makes a fine print and advanced image processing techniques using Lightroom, Photoshop and 3rd party plugins with an introduction to color management. Explore the possibilities of modern printing methods; inkjet, Lab and Wet/Dry Hybrid printing. Creating and using camera profiles, display profiles, soft proofing, calibration, paper types, printing and matting are also covered. Prereq: Basic Image Processing or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PH357 Architectural Photography Instructor: Michael van Gelder SPRING Friday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3 View architectural objects as elements of art using lighting conditions, angles and perspective. Gain handson experience photographing interiors and exteriors in conventional and realistic methods from two scheduled field trips. Members $225 • Non-members $245

Combined Digital & Film In-depth exploration of various photographic topics and themes, applicable to digital or film, color or black-andwhite photography.

PH166 Macro Photography Instructor: Milton Heiberg SPRING Tuesday, 7:00-9:00 pm, Studio 5 Learn new skills needed to capture the fascinating world of small nature subjects, using macro lenses, bellows attachments, telephoto lenses with extension tubes, flash. You need not own this equipment at the start. Examine various focusing techniques, including “Stacking” for a head to toe focus of macro subjects. Explore field techniques needed to photograph small subjects from wildflowers to flying insects, and practice these skills during class field trips. Members $210 • Non-members $230

“Steps”, Michael van Gelder

PH147 Digital Photography I Instructor: Michael van Gelder Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 WINTER Sunday, 1-3 pm, Studio 3 SPRING Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 SPRING Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3 WINTER Build a strong foundation for your photography and make better photographs by understanding exposure, metering, focus and composition. Handson demonstrations and assignments with follow-up reviews will reinforce how to control these systems by adjustments to camera features such as shutter speed, aperture and ISO, and the impact these settings have on the aesthetics of photographs. Members $210 • Non-members $230 8 Crealdé School of Art

PH277 Bird Photography Instructor: Milton Heiberg Monday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center WINTER/SPRING Learn to photograph birds from a lifelong birder and bird photography instructor. Learn to get close and capture amazing photographs without disturbing the natural environment. Practice these skills during four instructor-led field trips. You will need a telephoto lens (300mm or higher). Lens choices will be provided at first class. Members $225 • Non-members $245 Macro Photography by Milton Heiberg

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS BACK ROADS SERIES WITH PETER SCHREYER Peter Schreyer is an internationally exhibited, award-winning photographer who has documented America’s cultural landscape for over three decades. He was named Arts Educator of the Year in 2009 by United Arts.

WKPH12 Travel the Back Roads to Historic Places Along the St. Johns River Saturday, March 11 WINTER 8 am-6 pm, Carpool from Crealdé Photo Review, Tuesday, March 28, 5-7 p.m., Studio 3 Registration deadline Nov. 5 Explore hidden architectural and cultural treasures along the back roads of Volusia and Lake County that provide a contemporary window to the region’s past and rich heritage. Participants cross the St. Johns River on a 19th-century ferry and travel on a dirt road through a beautiful portion of the Ocala National Forest. Photographic opportunities include the natural and man-made landscape, local landmarks and interiors of historical buildings. Members $95 • Non-members $115

WKPH26 Travel the Back Roads to Historic Places Along the Yearling Trail Saturday, February 18 WINTER Registration deadline Oct. 15 8 am-6 pm, Carpool from Crealdé Photo Review, Tuesday, March 7, 5-7 p.m., Studio 3 Explore hidden architectural and cultural treasures in the landscape and the communities immortalized by legendary Florida writer Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. The workshop will provide a contemporary window into the region’s past and rich heritage. Photographic opportunities include natural and man-made landscapes, local landmarks and the interior of historical buildings. Members $95 • Non-members $115

“Cedar Key Firepit”, Peter Schreyer, film photography

WKPH54 Florida Backroads Series: Photograph Historic Cedar Key in Classic Black-and-White Film

SPRING Saturday, April 1, 8 am-8 pm: field work Saturday, April 8, 2-5 pm: lab work Registration deadline: March 25 Explore hidden architectural and cultural treasures in the historic fishing village of Cedar Key, scenically located on the Gulf of Mexico. This two-day workshop will provide a contemporary window into the region’s heritage as a 19th-century trading and transportation center, linking the Gulf with inland Florida. Remaining today is what many consider to be one of Florida’s most picturesque towns, providing rich photographic opportunities, including the natural and man-made landscape, local landmarks and interiors of historic buildings. This all-out fun workshop includes working with black-and-white film (loaner cameras available), camera demonstrations, a Gulf-side lunch, and dinner at the Island Hotel Restaurant, spectacular dusk photography session, and lab work producing hand-printed enlargements. Digital photographers are also welcome. Recommended hotel reservations will be emailed to each participant prior to workshop. Members $225 • Non-members $245


Meander the new Lake Apopka Wildlife Loop expanding over the north shores of Lake Apopka with over 10 miles of 360-degree vistas, including ponds, canal waterways and the shores of Lake Apopka itself. Ever since the north shore restoration, this area has become a birder’s paradise. We will have continuous photo-ops of many species, including wading birds, passerines, gallinules, raptors, and especially Osprey carrying or eating a fish. Lunch will be provided at the Lakeside Pavilion. Members $145 • Non-members $165

WKPH51 Nature at the Joe Overstreet Landing Instructor: Milton Heiberg SPRING Saturday, April 8 9 am-5 pm, Studio 5 Registration Deadline: April 1, 2016 Planning Session, April 6, 7-9 pm Review Session, April 13, 6-8 pm Visit some of Florida’s most beautiful rural and untouched wild areas from cattle country to bird refuges, including Snail Kites and a working Bald Eagle nest. Lunch is included at nearby Yeehaw Junction. This day will be an unforgettable experience - An hour and 20 minutes from the Winter Park/Orlando area. Members $95 • Non-members $115 Milton Heiberg was given a Brownie Target camera at age 8 and has been an avid photographer ever since. He is a frequent lecturer on wildlife photography, special effects and general photography. Thousands of his images have been published worldwide. He is the author of seven books on photographic technique.

WKPH47 Lake to Lake Photographic Walking Tour

“House of Jesus”, Jon Manchester

WKPH55 Monochrome for Digital Photographers Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Saturday, February 25 Registration deadline Feb. 18 9 am-5 pm, Studio 5 Learn the aesthetics, tools, and techniques to create high-quality, expressive black-and-white prints. Demonstrations will be done using Photoshop, Lightroom and Epson Photo Inkjet printers. Members $210 • Non-members $230 Jon Manchester, senior faculty member at Crealdé, brings years of traditional and digital photography experience to the school. His understanding of technical image processing and post-processing has made him a valuable student resource. Website:

WGWKPH61 Bird Photography at Lake Apopka

Macro Photography by Milton Heiber

Instructor: Milton Heiberg WINTER Saturday, January 14, 9 am-3 pm Registration deadline January 7 Planning Session, January 12, 7-8 pm Review Session, January 19, 6-8 pm

Instructor: Sherri Bunye SPRING Saturday, March 25 Registration deadline March 18 2:30-8:00 pm, Lake Eola Explore the changing skyline of downtown Orlando, from Lake Eola to Lake Ivanhoe. Students will have opportunities to photograph architecture, street scenes and interiors. The day culminates with a dusk photography session in the historic Lake Ivanhoe district. Members $115 • Non-members $135 Sherri Bunye teaches film and digital photography classes to adults and children at Crealdé, as well as instructing the Storytellers Teen Documentary Photography Project. She was awarded an United Arts Professional Development Grant in 2011, Crealdé Artist of the Year 2011 and has exhibited work throughout Central Florida. Website:

WKPH35 Matting & Framing Instructor: Jon Manchester SPRING Saturday, May 20, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Studio 5 Registration deadline May 13 Need to mat and frame your artwork for the upcoming student show? Bring your matting and framing supplies, and instructor Jon Manchester will teach you to cut custom single-window mats with a professional mat cutter, and put the finishing touches on your masterpiece by assembling your frame. Students are responsible for bringing their artwork, mat board and frames. Members $50 • Non-members $50

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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS Beyond the Basics: Compositions in Photography

WKPH48 Business of Photography

Instructor: Sherri Bunye SPRING Saturday, May 6 Registration deadline April 29 10 am-3 pm, Studio 3 Learn the most critical component to making a strong photograph- composition. Explore the basics of image structure, how to see in light and shadow, as well as techniques to reduce visual clutter. Say goodbye to boring photos as you take your photography skills to the next level. Knowledge of camera and general photography skills necessary. Thirty-minute lunch break provided. Prerequisite: General camera knowledge and Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $150 • Non-members $170

Instructor: Michael van Gelder SPRING Saturday, April 15 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Studio 3 Registration deadline: April 8 issues, the cost of doing business and pricing your services. We also will discuss creating a marketable name and incorporating it, identifying your target market, and copyright and intellectual property concerns. Put your skills to work, and start a new career, or add income to your life as a part-time photographer. No camera needed. Members $150 • Non-members $170

WKPH50 Digital Printing Lab

WKPH60 Adding Light: Introduction to Flash Photography NEW Instructor: Michael van Gelder WINTER Saturday, March 18 Registration deadline March 11 10 am-3 pm, Studio 3 Photography is VERY dark without light! Fortunately, you have complete control over it! This workshop is for people who have little or no experience working with introduced light. Learn attached, hot-shoe flashes, and using flash outdoors with natural light. Hands-on demonstrations with a model and still life displays will help put to use basic lighting principles. Bring pen, paper, DSLR with flash/hotshoe attachable flash. Members $150 • Non-members $170 Michael van Gelder is an Orlando-based commercial photographer who specializes in documenting musical and entertainment events. His work has appeared in a number of publications including Music Entertainment Magazine, All Access Music Magazine and Guitar Magazine. Website:

WKPH49 Understanding Metering & Exposure Instructor: Michael van Gelder WINTER Sunday, February 26 Registration deadline Feb. 20 10 am-3 pm, Studio 3 Ever wonder why your images do not look like the ones you have envisioned in your mind’s eye? Create images you love by understanding how light works and how your camera sees it! Get in touch with how to use the best metering setting within your camera to get the best exposure. Workshop includes hands-on exercises. Members $150 • Non-members $170

WKPH63 Wet Plate Collodion Photography Workshop Instructor: Tim Telkamp and Leah Sobsey January 28-29, Studio 5 WINTER Saturday, 10am-4 pm Sunday, noon-4 pm Registration deadline January 16 Learn historical Wet Plate Photographic process practiced in the 19th century by photographers. The wet plate process is experiencing a renaissance and is now practiced by wellknown contemporary photographers such as Sally Mann and Joni Sternbach. Learn how to pour collodion to make positive images on glass and aluminum (ambrotypes and tintypes) and create glass negatives which can be contact printed. Working in a small group with large-format cameras, explore each step of making these exquisite instant images and leave with at least three plates. Members $470 • Non-members $495 Tim Telkamp is a photographer, craftsman, technologist, and mentor currently living in Central Florida. He is an exceptional Wet Plate Collodion artist who not only captures the modern world using this civil war era alternative process, but also makes much of his own “Hat on a Post”, Tim Telkamp, wet plate photograph wet plate equipment and mixes his own wet plate chemicals. His photographs have been published in books, newspapers and magazines, and he wrote and illustrated “The Place That’s Always with You.” He completed his Certificate in Documentary Arts from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and earned a BSEE from the University of Central Florida. Leah Sobsey is an artist and educator. She received her M.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2001 and completed the Resident Certificate Program at the Maine Photographic Workshops in 1997. Her work has been exhibited widely and is in private collections across the country. In addition to the Center for Documentary Studies, she has taught at the San Francisco Art Institute, Duke University, and the Maine Photographic Workshops. She currently teaches at UNC-Greensboro.

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Instructor: Cynthia Slaughter Winter: Tuesday, March 7 Spring: Tuesday, May 9 5:30-7 pm Studio 5 In this introduction to Crealdé’s new digital darkroom and finishing area, learn the fundamentals of print, including how to adjust printer and computer settings for quality prints and select paper types. Students may have digital works selected to be printed during workshop demonstration and limited hands-on activities. Members/Non-members $35 Cynthia Slaughter serves as the Photography Fellowship Manager and participates in the Studio Artist program. Her photographs were exhibited in the Crealdé “Business as Community Life: Winter Park 2013” and “St. Augustine at 450” documentary projects. She owns An Eye for U Photography and has received multiple awards for her work. Website:

Crealdé Digital Printing Lab and Finishing Area Wednesday, 6-9 pm Saturday, Noon-5 pm The Digital Printing Lab features an Epson archival pigmented ink printer and one computer workstation with Photoshop, plus two workstations equipped for laptops. The finishing area has a large mat cutter and space to frame photographs. User is responsible for supplying their own paper and framing supplies. All users must complete the Digital Print Lab workshop (WKPH50). No charge for this service but a Crealdé membership is encouraged.

Crealdé Darkroom Rental Monday, 9 am-4 pm Tuesday, 9 am-4 pm Wednesday, 9 am-9 pm Thursday, 9 am-4 pm Friday, 9 am-1 pm Saturday, noon-5 pm The renovated darkroom on the main campus features 10 separate enlarging stations, which accommodate 35mm, 120 and 4x5-inch format film, plus a separate film processing area. A Crealdé membership is required. Members $70 for 8-week session.

PAINTING AND DRAWING CLASSES PD102 Intro to Drawing and Painting Instructor: Barbara Young WINTER/SPRING Monday, 5:30-7:30 pm, Studio 1B Introduction to the fundamentals of drawing and painting. Sample various drawing and painting techniques using different media, including watercolors, acrylics and oils. Most supplies are provided. Members $215 • Non-members $235

PD103 Drawing I

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted. PD149 Beginning Acrylics

PD232 Finding Ways with Watercolor II

Instructor: David Hunter WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 1B Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 1B Explore the methods, materials and tools involved with acrylic painting. Learn techniques used to produce a finished acrylic painting, from rough sketch to final finishing touches, including the use of various brushes, palette knives, canvases, clay boards and final coating to protect the finished image. Supplies will be discussed at the first class. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Instructor: Ken Austin WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 1-4 pm, Studio 1A, 6 Weeks Find yourself as an artist. Together we will inspire your originality and deepen your understanding of art through practical approaches to finding your style. Focus will be on composition, color, shape and expression, in a positive learning environment. Members $245 • Non-members $265

Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 5:30-7:30 pm, Studio 1A Friday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 1B Develop skills for measuring proportions and angles, drawing tones to show light and volume, perspective and composition. The goal is to learn techniques to draw realistically and develop perceptual awareness. Members $205 • Non-members $225

PD120 Fundamentals of Color Instructor: Barbara Young WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 1B This is a recommended course for painters of all levels, including beginners. Working with oil paint, learn to mix any color and improve color perception. Exercises enable students to represent what they see. Knowledge is applicable to all media. Canvas and paints are provided. Members $215 • Non-members $235

PD143 Exploring Abstract Painting Instructor: Patricia Byron WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 1-3 pm, Studio 1A This inspiring class offers a fundamental exploration into the beauty of abstract painting. Instruction concentrates on composition, techniques, form, texture and color. Students will develop their own artistic vision, while referencing the works of contemporary painters. Be ready to paint outside the lines. Members $205 • Non-members $225

PD145 Beginning Watercolor Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 5:30-7:30 pm, Studio 1B Friday, 1-3 pm, Studio 1B Fear not, watercolor is nontoxic, spontaneous and beautiful. Demonstrations of color mixing, glazing, negative painting and techniques such as Saran Wrap and salt will help students understand the medium. We will cover all the basics - no experience needed. Members $205 • Non-members $225

PD146 Intro to Watercolor Pencils Instructor: Ken Austin WINTER/SPRING Friday, 1-3 pm, Studio 7 Explore the use of watercolor pencils as a painting medium. Study traditional watercolor techniques such as materials, washes, brush manipulation, color study and mixing colors as applied to watercolor pencils. Apply color using values to create a 3-D image. Although assignments are handed out in class, personal creativity and style (independent study) is encouraged. Drawing skills are not necessary. No prior experience is required. Supplies will be discussed at the first class. Members $205 • Non-members $225

Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 5:30-7:30 pm, Studio 1A Learn to draw like the old masters. Capture lines and tones accurately and develop your ability to capture fine details and transitions in tone using charcoal, pencil cross-hatch and conté crayon techniques. Learn how to make drawings that are works of art. Members $210 • Non-members $230

PD251 Intro Plein-Air Landscape Painting

PD119 Beginning Oil Painting Instructor: Barbara Young WINTER/SPRING Monday, 7:45-9:45 pm, Studio 1B Each week beginners as well as advanced painters will apply specific painting principles, including drawing, values, composition, color theory and mixing, edge work, and brush and paint application. Open to all skill levels. Members $205 • Non-members $225

PD249 Advanced Drawing

“Quiet Day”, Gary Rupp, pastel

PD150 Painting with Pastels Instructor: Gary Rupp WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 9 am-Noon, Studio 1A, 6 Weeks Learn to paint with the purest form of color available to artists. Explore how-to’s of working with pastels, including the use of various pastel surfaces; becoming familiar with hard and soft pastels; and finding the advantages of underpainting. Open to all levels. Some experience with drawing/painting recommended Members $205 • Non-members $225

PD201 Life Drawing Instructor: Marie Orban WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 7:45-9:45 pm, Studio 1A Explore figurative drawing through line contour, fast-gesture studies and longer sustained poses. Also covered are compositional and expressive issues involved in drawing the figure. Supply list available. Members $230 • Non-members $250

PD202 Portrait Drawing Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 7:45-9:45pm, Studio 1A Learn the technical aspects of drawing the human head from a live model and other sources. Working in pencil and charcoal, students also are encouraged to explore the genre’s expressive possibilities. Bring drawing pad and graphite pencil to first class. Members $230 • Non-members $250

Instructor: Robert Ross WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 9 am-Noon, Studio 1B, 6 Weeks Capture your emotional response to a landscape using direct observation, sketches and photographs. Learn to look at a landscape for meaning, make quick decisions and work with a loaded brush. Some class sessions will be split between studio and outdoors. Students will receive personal assistance and critiques. Intermediate painting skills recommended. Members $240 • Non-members $260

PD254 Capturing the Fun of Old Florida with Acrylics Instructor: Marc Barrett WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 9 am-Noon, Studio, 1A, 6 Weeks Learn to create bold and vibrant paintings from photographs. The goal is to capture in paint the movement and essence of life in Central Florida; subject matter can include old buildings, signs, people, animals, canoes, boats and water. The instructor will use a step-by-step fun approach to teach how to use fluid gloss mediums to develop brilliant impasto. Also covered: color, value and composition. Field trip included. Digital camera recommended. Prerequisite: painting experience. Members $245 • Non-members $265

PD255 Advanced/Independent Oil & Acrylics - It’s All About the Finish Instructor: Patti Shistle WINTER/SPRING Friday, 9 am-Noon, Studio 1A, 6 Weeks Bring unfinished paintings to the next level, and then begin a new still life, landscape or portrait. Receive one-on-one attention with demonstrations throughout the term. The study of the contrasts in values, colors, brushwork, and the importance of compositions will be explored and demonstrated. Get your frames ready! Members $245 • Non-members $265

PD228 Challenging Abstraction Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Monday, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Studio 7 Understanding abstraction through painting! Different abstract approaches will develop a vocabulary and allow for interpretive journeys. Various exercises and projects will encourage individual expression. Members $215 • Non-members $235

PD257 Painting Indoor Views Instructor: Robert Ross WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 6-9 pm, Studio 1B, 6 Weeks Create compelling paintings of interior rooms and spaces, working from photos supplied by the instructor, with a focus on light, shadows, shapes and drama. Prerequisite: Painting experience. Members $240 • Non-members $260

PD229 Experimental Acrylics NEW Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 1B Explore nontraditional approaches to acrylic painting by working on wood, glass, illlustration board, paper and canvas. Intermediate to advanced students will work with different textures and enrich the surfaces with a variety of mark making and tools. Push the boundaries of acrylic painting with new ideas and techniques! Members $210 • Non-members $230 “Chair in Sunlit Room”, Robert Ross, oil

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PD258 Intermediate Acrylics NEW Instructor: David Hunter WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 4-6 pm, Studio 1B Learn new acrylic techniques while working on any subject : figurative, landscape or abstract. Participants provide their own painting surface (stretched canvas, tempered Masonite panel, canvas pad, or paper), pigments and brushes. Acrylic media (gesso, gels, varnishes, etc.) will be available on a limited basis. Prerequisite: Beginning Acrylics or similar experience. Members $210 • Non-members $230

PD030 Open Studio: Figure With Studio Monitor Friday, 1-3:30 pm. Studio 1A Students work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. There is no instruction provided, but monitor is present. No photography allowed. No pre-registration is needed, but a Crealdé membership is encouraged. Fee: $10 per session

PD305 Portrait Painting Instructor: Don Sondag WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 6:45-9:45 pm, Studio 1A, 6 Weeks Working directly from the live model, students establish proportions and bone structure, using either oils or acrylics. Students concentrate on drawing, value and color to develop their paintings, with emphasis placed on achieving a likeness. Tuition includes model fees. Prerequisites: Intro to Oils, Fundamentals of Color, Portrait Drawing or similar experience. Members $265 • Non-members $285

PD321 Watercolor III Instructor: Ken Austin WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 1-4 pm, Studio 1B, 6 Weeks Advanced watercolor artists are challenged with specific assignments involving design issues, conceptual ideas, structure, and color. Illustration, direction and critique will be the primary tools for learning. Students work in their own styles, and critiques include class participants input. Prerequisite Watercolor II or similar experience. Bring watercolor supplies you are accustomed to using. Members $250 • Non-members $270

PD031 Open Studio: Life Drawing

:”Red Splash #2”, Donne Bitner

PD323 Advanced Watercolor Studies Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 2-4 pm, Studio 1B Designed for intermediate to advanced students, this class covers contemporary approaches to the medium. Projects will be proposed to challenge the student and give focus to improving each students’ personal vision. Critiques are an important component of this class. Artwork reviews help students improve their work. Prerequisite Watercolor II or similar experience. Members $225 • Non-members $245

With Audrey Zindler Sunday, 10 am-12:30 pm, Studio 1A Students work from a live model. The session begins with quick gestures, moving to longer poses. No photography allowed. No instruction is provided, but monitor is present. No pre-registration is needed, but a Crealdé membership is encouraged. Fee: $10 per session “Purple Top”, Orit Reuben, pastel

PD033 Open Studio With Studio Monitor Monday, 7:45-9:45 pm , Studio 1A Work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. No photography allowed. No instruction is provided, but monitor is present. No preregistration is needed, but a Crealdé membership is encouraged. Fee: $10 per session

WORKSHOPS WKP28 Expressive Figure in Oil

WKP01 Expressive Floral and Still Life Painting Instructor: Stacy Barter SPRING Every Monday, January 23-February 13 Registration deadline Jan. 16 9 am-3 pm Studio 1A, with a short break for lunch Learn form, color and edges in this intensive oil painting class. Focus on designing and simplifying shapes, learning to see color accurately with warms and cools, and loosening up through expressive edges and exciting brush work. Members $380 • Non-members $400

Still Life painting by Stacy Barter

Instructor: Barter, Stacy SPRING Wednesday-Friday, March 22-24 Registration deadline March 15 9 am-4 pm, Studio 1A Learn to paint figurative subjects by exploring how color, and warm and cool temperatures affect flesh tones. Emphasis will be placed on finding accuracy, while bravely leaving fresh and expressive passages consisting of lost edges and merging values. This will be an energetic, fun experience, with plenty of guidance. Class will begin with a demonstration and one-on-one instruction. There will be two daily three-hour poses. Stacy will share her thoughts on capturing and composing a beautiful, fluid, wet-inwet painting and will be helping each student, as they paint. Members $345 • Non-members $365

Stacy Barter has been a full-time painter for 20 years. She is committed to ongoing study with master painters of our day, and has won international acclaim for her floral work and national merit for her figurative and landscape work including the Best of Show award at the Blossom Art of Flower International exhibition and 2016 First Place at Carmel Art Festival and Plein Air Competition. Website:

WKP79 Advanced/Independent Problem Solving in Oils and Acrylics Instructor: Barbara Tiffany January 7, Winter May 27, Spring Registration deadline one week prior to start of workshop 9 am-5 pm Studio 1A, with a short break for lunch Spend the day finishing paintings that are already in progress, or receive guidance on starting new projects. The instructor will begin by asking questions about what students hope to achieve, and then will facilitate the process, as well as doing several short demonstrations to address individual problem-solving. By the end of the day, you could have several finished paintings! Members $100 • Non-members $120 Curator of Exhibitions and Manager of Painting & Drawing at Crealdé, Barbara Tiffany is an experienced artist and educator Her exhibition and award records spans nearly three decades, including numerous solo exhibition in museums and galleries throughout the Southeastern United States. Barbara is a classical painter, whose education includes mentorship during the 1980s by legendary Central Florida painter Maury Hurt. Website:

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YOUNG ARTIST PROGRAM AGES 4-6 YAP108 Mini Monets Instructor: Patricia Byron WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 11 am-Noon, Studio 1B Budding artists will experience the fascinating world of art-making with hands-on projects in watercolors, pastels, collage and more. Fledgling artists explore selfexpression in a nurturing environment. Members $100 • Non-members $120

AGES 5-8 YAP101 Pint Size Picassos Instructor: Patricia Byron WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 9-10 am, Studio 1B Discover exciting new painting and drawing techniques in a variety of media, including charcoal, pastels, watercolors and collage. Develop your creativity in this fun introduction to the world of art. Members $100 • Non-members $120

Classes are 6 weeks unless otherwise noted.

YAP204 Masks Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Saturday, 11 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 Disguise, frighten, worship or celebrate, masks can do them all. With a bit of clay and your imaginations we’ll create our own masks. At least one will make you smile…come and see! Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP209 Painting and Drawing II Instructor: Anita Cohen WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 11 am-12:30 pm, Studio 1A Students will explore fun new techniques that include an introduction to abstract art with creative media! New projects build on fundamental skills to develop style and self-expression. Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP214 Continued Painting & Drawing Instructor: Deborah Umphrey WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 4:15-5:45 pm, Studio 1A Build on your painting and drawing knowledge. Discover new skills, concepts and materials to enhance your art. Enjoy and explore! Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP216 Exploring the Elements of Art Instructor: Anita Cohen SPRING Saturday, 1-2:30 pm, Studio 1A Advance your skills as you explore the elements of art! Use drawing as a base and complete your works with a variety of media. We will incorporate a sketchbook to chronicle your progress and develop your technique along the way! Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP217 Fun with Film YAP102 Useful Clay Instructor: Doug Bringle Tuesday, 4:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 WINTER Saturday, 9-10 am, Studio 4 This winter come create clay vessels of your own… bowls, plates, and cups. Don’t wait, make room in your kitchen cabinets now for art that’s dishwasher safe! Members $100 • Non-members $120

YAP102 Faces of Clay Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Tuesday, 4:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Saturday, 9-10 am, Studio 4 Masks have fascinated humans for thousands of years. We’ll be making a variety from clay this spring. Animal, monster, human… something to appeal to every taste, from “Boo!” to “Who?” Members $100 • Non-members $120

AGES 8-12 YAP202 Painting & Drawing I Instructor: Wendi Swanson WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 9-10:30 am, Studio 1A Learn the fundamentals of art-making and discover how to see as an artist. Create with a variety of painting and drawing media, and explore new techniques to enhance your artistic skills! Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP204 Functional Pottery Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER Saturday, 11 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 A clay dish you’ve made yourself is unique in all the world. Every day you use it, it becomes more treasured. Start a collection of your functional clay this winter to use for years to come. Heirlooms of the future! Members $120 • Non-members $140

Instructor: John Baker WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 9-10:30 am, Studio 5 Before digital photography, there was film. Have fun taking pictures using 35mm cameras and black-and-white film and creating your own photos in the darkroom. Even Harry Potter would be amazed! Members $120 • Non-members $140

YAP221 Art & LEGOS Instructor: Ken Foster WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 9-10:30 am, Heritage Center Love to draw? Love to build with LEGOS? Then this is the class for you! Young artists construct with LEGOS then use drawing techniques, line, shape, shadow, proportion and perspective to re-imagine their creations on paper. Experiment with ink and watercolor for a finished cartoon. Members $120 • Non-members $140

AGES 10-12 YAP208 Wheelthrowing and More! Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Wednesday, 4-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Experience the magic of the potter’s wheel as you create pottery forms then combine and embellish them with hand building to create decorative sculptures or functional ware. Pottery isn’t just for food and flowers! Members $120 • Non-members $140

AGES 10-14 YAP403 Digital Camera Magic Instructor: Laurie Hagemaier WINTER Wednesday, 4:00-5:30 pm, Heritage Center Armed with DSLR cameras, budding photographers experiment with photographic principles during walking field trips in Winter Park and learn how to create long-exposure images using light painting. Add your final touches in our iMac Photoshop lab. Digital SLR cameras are provided. Members $125 • Non-members $145

YOUNG ADULT CLASSES AGES 13-17 PDY102 Figure Drawing Instructor: Wendi Swanson WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 1-3 pm, Studio 1B Here is a class you can take many times over. Draw from a live model, learn to master the art of eye-to-hand coordination, and capture the essence of the pose. Drawing the human figure is challenging yet rewarding! It is said that if you learn to draw the human figure, you can draw anything. Members $165 • Non-members $185

PDY106 Draw Comic Book Action Figures Instructor: Luis Torruellas WINTER/SPRING Friday, 4:30-6:30, pm, Studio 7 Punch- Kick! Leap! Capture a gesture, movement or physical activity with a dynamic pose. Study a scale model or mannequin to draw your own comic action figure. Experiment with varied angles, light and shadow to create a dynamic composition. Members $150 • Non-members $170

PHY148 Digital Photography: People, Places, Nature Instructor: Laurie Hagemaier SPRING Wednesday, 4:00-6:00 pm, Heritage Center Explore nature, portraiture and travel photography during walking field trips in Winter Park. Experiment with photographic principles using digital SLR cameras. Add the final touches in the iMac Photoshop lab. Members $150 • Non-members $170

PHY152 A Picture Says a Thousand Words Instructor: John Baker WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 11 am-1 pm, Studio 5 Enter into the world of black-and-white film photography as you learn how to “see through the lens”. Process your film and watch as your prints develop in Crealdé’s darkroom. You’ll find taking pictures is just the beginning of the story. Members $150 • Non-members $170

TDY121 Teens: Clay Your Way Instructor: Doug Bringle Thursday, 4-6 p.m., Studio 4 WINTER The wonder of clay is that, with a little bit of hand building technique and lots of imagination, you can make almost anything. You’ve got the learn how to materialize them in clay! Members $150 • Non-members $170

TDY125 Ceramic Sampler 4 Teens Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER Wednesday, 4-6 pm, Studio 4 Combine the forms from the potter’s wheel and imaginative hand building to create decorative and functional art. Experiment with surface decoration and glaze for the perfect finish!! Members $150 • Non-members $170

TDY128 Advanced Wheel for Teens NEW Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Thursday, 4:30-6:30 pm, Studio 4 Expand your skills on the potters’ wheel as you learn to make lids, spouts, stack pots and more. Prerequisite: Ceramic Sampler for Teens or previous wheel experience accepted upon instructor approval. Members $150 • Non-members $170

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Youth classes are 6 weeks unless otherwise noted.


WKYA40 Absolutely Abstract (ages 12 and up) NEW

WKYA28 Platters of Clay (ages 5 and up) NEW Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Two-week Workshop, 1-4 pm Sunday, April 30, Studio 7 Sunday, May 7, Studio 4 Family celebrations mean lots of good food. Imagine serving snacks, dinners or desserts from a clay tray you’ve made yourself…sure to make your guests smile as they dig in. Come and make it! Members $100 • Non-members $120

WKYA35 Spring Wreaths Adult/Child Workshop Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER Two-week Workshop, 1-4 pm Sunday, February 26, Studio 7 Sunday, March 5, Studio 4 Spring, when fresh leaves sprout and flowers bloom. We’ll make clay wreaths to commemorate the yearly rebirth of our gardens. Join us and celebrate! Members $100 • Non-members $120

Instructor: Patricia Byron Saturday, May 13 11 am-1pm, Studio 1A Create bold and vibrant paintings using acrylic paint and mixed media on canvas. If you like splashy, drippy, contemporary art, this workshop is just for you! Members $100 • Non-members $120

WKYA41 Pastel Landscapes of the Colorful Italian Coast (ages 12 and up) NEW Instructor: Wendi Swanson Saturday, March 12 11 am-1pm, Studio 1B If you love color and beautiful scenery then this workshop is for you! Create beautiful pastel landscapes using photographs taken of the Italian Coast. Learn to draw what you see and explore exciting new pastel techniques, all while dreaming of being in the beautiful Mediterranean! Members $100 • Non-members $120


Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted.

WG/PD104 Watercolor I

Crealdé School of Art, in partnership with the City of Winter Garden, offers a selection of Painting & Drawing, Ceramics and Photography classes for adults and youth at the Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard St., located four blocks from Winter Garden’s historic downtown area. Register through Crealdé School of Art by phone 407.671.1886 or online at Winter Garden only: Registration is open for the Fall I, Fall II and Winter sessions, and registration can be completed online for returning students. First-time students should call the Crealdé main office at 407.671.1886 to receive the Winter Garden resident discount. With parental permission, self-motivated young adults (ages 14 to 17) are welcome to enroll in adult Painting & Drawing and Ceramics classes.

PAINTING AND DRAWING WG/PD102 Intro to Drawing/Painting Instructor: Cathy Hempel WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 6-8 pm Open to beginning students as an introduction to the fundamentals of art while sampling various drawing and painting techniques using different media, including watercolors, acrylics and oils. Most supplies are included. Members $215 • Non-members $235

WG/PD103 Drawing I Instructor: Prayong Deeying WINTER/SPRING Monday, 6-8 pm This class covers basic principles of drawing and composition. Students will learn techniques of measuring angles and proportions to create accurate line drawings, techniques of shading to create light and volume, and principles of composition to create dynamic, engaging images. Members $205 • Non-members $225 14 Crealdé School of Art

Pastel landscape, Wendi Swanson

Instructor: Prayong Deeying WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 3-5 pm Explore the classical world of watercolor and develop a firm grounding in traditional approaches and techniques. Members $205 • Non-members $225

WG/PD119 Intro to Oil Painting Instructor: Cathy Hempel WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 6-8 pm Learn techniques of paint handling, color mixing, mediums, glazing and toning through assignments and demonstrations. Repeat students are welcome to work independently with the instructor’s help. Members $205 • Non-members $225

WG/PD252 Not Your Traditional Still Life Oil Painting Class Instructor: Noreen Coup WINTER Tuesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Create bold, bright and beautiful contemporary floral paintings that will brighten up your life! For intermediate artists who want to loosen up and go wild with lots of paint and color. Work from still life floral arrangements with specialty lighting to get the best composition possible while learning about value, color mixing and techniques. Oils preferred and some palette knife will be incorporated.Members $250 • Non-members $270

WG/PD255 Independent Study in Oil and Acrylics Instructor: Beatrice Athanas SPRING Wednesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Receive personal instruction and guidance creating painterly landscapes, still life and portraiture with the aid of student’s reference photographs. The goal is to complete a painting each week. Class is for intermediate to advanced level students. Members $235 • Non-members $255

WG/PD151 Impressionism with an Edge “Lighthouse”, Beatrice Athanas

WG/PD130 Powerful Landscapes Instructor: Beatrice Athanas WINTER Wednesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Be bold with color and texture in this class devoted to interpretive landscape painting in all mediums. Students are welcome to work on their own projects with the instructor’s guidance for personal development of their own style. Members $235 • Non-members $255

Instructor: Noreen Coup SPRING Tuesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Create bold, bright and beautiful contemporary landscapes with a palette knife. For beginners who are intimidated to try with a brush and intermediate artists wanting to loosen up their painting styles. Focus on composition, values, color mixing and paint application. Fun, freeing and fabulous! Students will work from instructor’s travel photos and en Plein Air. Members $230 • Non-members $250

WG/PD143 Exploring Abstract Painting Instructor: Patricia Byron WINTER Monday, 11 am-1:30 pm, 6 Weeks Embark on an exploration into the beauty of abstract painting. Instruction concentrates on composition, techniques, form, texture and color. Students will develop their own artistic visions, while referencing the works of contemporary painters. Members $200 • Non-members $220

“September on Lake Como”, Noreen Coup




WG/PH147 Digital Photography I

WG/TD185 Beyond Round: Altered States

WG/YAP101 Pint Size Picassos, Ages 7-11

Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER/SPRING Monday, 6-8 pm Through instruction and assignments, learn essential photography concepts such as exposure, composition and lighting. Understanding camera settings and how to adjust aperture and shutter speeds will allow students to gain creative control of their work. Members $210 • Non-members $230

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER Tuesday, 6-8 pm, 6 weeks Create animated pots – on and off the wheel – by altering thrown forms. Dart, pleat and facet pots with distinct personalities that invite use. Members/WG Residents $165 • Non-members $185

Saturday, 9:30-10:30 am, 6 Weeks Instructor: Sheryl Odza, starts 2/4 WINTER Instructor: Trish Cortes SPRING Like to draw and paint? Explore the many ways to make art using pastels, paints, watercolors and other materials. A fun introductory experience for fledgling artists. Members/WG Residents $100 • Non-members $120

WG/PH148 Digital Photography II Instructor: Michael van Gelder WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 6-8 pm Through in-depth assignments, field trips and reviews, students delve deeper into composition, lighting and special equipment. Demonstrations on manipulating images for printing and posting online are included. Prerequisite: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $210 • Non-members $230

WG/PH250 Night Photography WG/YAP108 Mini Monets, Ages 4-7

Instructor: Michael van Gelder WINTER Thursday, 6-8 pm, 4 Weeks Learn to make successful photos in low-light situations. Overcome the obstacles of night photography by exploring ISO speeds, timed exposures, metering, white blance and noise reduction techniques. Prerequisite: Digital Photo II or similar experience. Members $120 • Non-members $140

WG/PH246 Flash Photography Instructor: Michael van Gelder WINTER Thursday, 6-8 pm, 4 Weeks Learn to mix flash with available light, bounce flash, use of TTL metering system, and special effects. Students will learn to become more comfortable working with their external flash. Members $120 • Non-members $140

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP WG/WKPH61 Bird Photography at Lake Apopka Instructor: Milton Heiberg WINTER Saturday, January 14, 9am-3pm Registration deadline January 7 Planning session, January 12, 7-8pm Review Session, January 19, 6-8pm Meander the new Lake Apopka Wildlife Loop expanding over the north shores of Lake Apopka with over 10 miles of 360-degree vistas, including ponds, canal waterways and the shores of Lake Apopka itself. Ever since the north shore restoration, this area has become a birder’s paradise. We will have coninuous photoops of many species, including wading birds, passerines, gallinules, ratprs, and Osprey carrying or eathing “Scrub-Jay”, Milton Heiberg a fish. Lunch will be provided at the Lakeside Pavailion. Members $145 • Non-members $165

WG/TD138 Whimsical Totems

Saturday, 11 am-Noon, 6 Weeks Instructor: Sheryl Odza WINTER Instructor: Trish Cortes SPRING Budding artists will experience the fascinating world of art-making with hands-on projects in watercolors, pastels, collage and more. Fledgling artists explore self-expression in a nurturing environment. Members/WG Residents $100 •Non-members $120

Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Tuesday, 6-8 pm, 6 weeks Under the sea or over the moon! Imagine a theme then throw or handbuild multiple forms, alter, embellish and stack them up to create a whimsical sculpture for your home or garden.   Members/WG Residents $165 • Non-members $185

WG/YAP112 Clay Creations, Ages 5-8


WG/YAP204 Creating with Clay, Ages 8-14

Springtime Ceramic Series NEW Instructor: Paula Davis SPRING Thursday, 9:30-11:30 am . Handcraft these one-of-a- kind clay pieces during the first class and come back the second week to glaze add the finishing touches by glazing your artwork. All materials and tools are provided. Sign up for all three workshops and receive a $10 discount (call office 407-671-1886 to receive discount). Members/WG Residents $65 •Non-members $75 WG/WKT41: Birdbath March 30 and April 6 Using slabs of clay, create a small whimsical bird bath for your feathered friends. WG/WKT42: Wind Chime April 20 and April 30 With bowl molds and coils, create a colorful and melodic ornament for your garden. WG/WKT43: Japanese Lantern April 27 and May 4 Add beauty and light to your outdoor space with a Japanese lantern created by you!

Instructor: Paula Davis WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 3:30-4:30 pm, 6 Weeks Pinch, squeeze, roll. Students will have a blast expressing themselves artistically through the medium of clay creating whimsical, fun and colorful works of art! Members/WG Residents $100 •Non-members $120

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Bring your imagination and learn to combine handbuilding techniques to create animal sculptures, musical instruments and more! Embellish them with glazes, and take home your own ceramic keepsakes. Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140

WG/YAP208 Wheel Throwing & More, Ages 10-16 Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Experience the magic of the potters wheel as you create pottery forms then stack and embellish them to make a decorative garden sculpture! Pottery isn’t just for food and flowers! Members/WG Residents $120 Non-members $140

WG/YAP308 Creative Expressions in 2D, Ages 10-14 Instructor: Sheryl Odza WINTER/SPRING Monday, 4:30-6 pm, 6 Weeks Calling young artists who love to paint and draw! Explore your creative potential through acrylic paint, watercolors, charcoal and pastels on canvas and paper. Experiment with painting and drawing techniques, composition and color theory. Say it with art! Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140


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Crealdé Arts Inc. 600 St. Andrews Blvd. Winter Park, FL 32792 PH: 407-671-1886; FAX 407-671-0311

JOIN US! Saturday, January 14, 5-8 pm Crealdé Sixth Annual A Night of Fire Saturday, March 11, 10 am-2 pm Sixth Annual Crealdé Free Family Art Festival Cover credits: Top right, Jeff Kraus, Photograph, Storytellers XVIII, New Smryna Beach, 2016. Second Row: Left, Holly Manus, Photograph, Twisted Stairs, 2016; fiber art collage, photographed by Sherri Bunye; Jack King, Multi-Media, With No Fixed Plan for Arriving Black Swan, 2008-13. Bottom Row: David Hunter, acrylic painting, Matthew’s Pond, 2016.

BECOME A CREALDÉ MEMBER TODAY! Crealdé School of Art is like a family, and we want you as a member! We welcome you to join our family of 1,117 members and support our mission founded on the idea that the arts are for everyone, and everyone has a story worth telling. Your membership helps us serve the community with outreach programs for special populations, scholarships, educational exhibitions and public art. Membership revenue also maintains the affordability of classes and workshops. Crealdé membership allows you to actively participate in the arts community with benefits such as discounted registration fees and

invitations to gallery receptions, special lectures, and members-only events. It is easy to join! An individual membership costs only $40 per year and $65 provides membership benefits to an entire household! Membership levels at $100 and above earn additional benefits. You may join by selecting the membership option on our website or call our office – your membership benefits begin immediately. You can become a member even if you are not taking a class. Thank you for supporting the arts in Central Florida – it is a great thing to do!


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Crealde School of Art Winter and Spring 2017 Program Guide  
Crealde School of Art Winter and Spring 2017 Program Guide  

Crealdé School of Art, visual fine art school programming for the Winter and Spring Sessions. Starting January 23, 2017 - June 5, 2017. Clas...