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Ceramics Sculpture Summer ArtCamp Ages 4 to 17 June 9 to Aug. 1


Cup-A-Thon XXX

Annual Ceramics Sale 7-10 pm Friday, Aug. 8 4-9 pm Saturday, Aug. 9


Summer 2014



• Classes • Workshops • Adults • Children • Teens • Outreach • Galleries • Gardens • Heritage Center • Winter Garden

EXHIBITS/EVENTS Crealdé’s William & Alice Jenkins Gallery

Crealdé School of Art is a community-based nonprofit art organization established in 1975, featuring an affordable, sequential curriculum of over 100 studio courses and workshops in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture and related media for adults and children, with hands-on experience emphasized. Also, Crealdé offers an award-winning scholarship and outreach program to special populations from the diverse Central Florida community. Our two galleries offer changing multidisciplinary visual art exhibitions by artists from Florida, the nation and the world. Central Florida’s only contemporary sculpture garden showcases over 60 outdoor pieces of art. A limited number of classes are held at the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden. 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 a.m-4 p.m. Monday-Thursday, and 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Phone 407-671-1886.

June–August 2014 Hannibal Square Heritage Center Gallery

Recognizing established artists from Florida, the nation and beyond

Exploring heritage and folklore through the visual arts and humanities

Through June 29 One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia. This exhibition, held at the Jenkins & Heritage Center galleries, of silver prints spans Georgia photographer Paul Kwilecki’s (1928-2009) artistic career and is on loan from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. Kwilecki was born in Bainbridge, Georgia and died there in 2009. “While Paul ranks among the most important documentary photographers of the 20th century, he is also one of the least well-known,” says Tom Rankin, former director of the Center for Documentary Studies.

July 18 to Oct. 25 Hannibal Square Heritage Center - Business as Community Life: Winter Park 2013. This is a collaboration between Crealdé School of Art and the Winter Park Historical Association. As a reflection of contemporary culture, a cross section of businesses were selected for this documentary, creating a valuable historic record for the future. Twelve advanced Crealdé students, under the direction of professional documentary photographers Peter Schreyer and Sherri Bunye, photographed 28 businesses, chosen on their value as historic architecture or long-term presence in the community. Opening reception and gallery talk 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, July 18.

July 11 to Oct. 17 34th Annual Juried Student Exhibition. This exhibition features some of the year’s best student work in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics and sculpture. The opening reception coincides with the Annual Membership Meeting. Awards Ceremony, 7-8 p.m. Friday, July 11, followed by a reception till 9:30 p.m.

Crealdé’s Showalter Hughes Community Gallery Celebrating the art of Crealdé’s community

A Program of Crealdé School of Art 642 W. New England Avenue

Winter Park, Florida 32789 U.S.A.

The Hannibal Square Heritage Center 407.539.2680

Crealdé’s community annex 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 a unique collection of historic photographs and oral histories. Established by Crealdé in 2007, the center also features visual art exhibitions and educational programs that explore Southern folklore and cultural preservation. Visit and share an inspiring history told by the people who have lived it! Free admission. The Heritage Center is located in downtown Winter Park, 642 New England Ave., Winter Park, FL, 32789. The center galleries are open noon-4 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, noon-5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Classes held at the center are marked with the HC icon. Phone 407-539-2680.

2014 Crealdé Sessions

June 6 to Aug. 2 Crealdé Studio Artist Exhibition Established in 1996, the Studio Artist Program is for emerging artists whose goal is to pursue a professional career in the arts. Through mentorship they are encouraged to further their artistic visions, deepen their skills and produce bodies of work. Curated by Department Director Vincent Sansone, featuring 2011-2014 Crealdé Studio Artists: Orit Reuben, Anita Cohen, Rindy Gentile, Shaun Cook, Richard Munster, Heather Sooder, Robert Ross, Sherri Bunye and Natasha Drazich. Opening reception 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 6. Aug. 16 to 30 32nd Summer ArtCamp Student Exhibition. This annual exhibition featuring a work of art from each of the more than 300 participants, ages 4 to 17. This popular show includes paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, sculptures and photographs. Opening reception 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 16.

LUMA on Park by Glenn Clark

Art in Public Places Gallery Winter Garden City Hall

Sharing visual arts with the community Aug. 18 to Nov. 4 The Last Harvest: A History and Tribute to the Life and Work of the Farmworkers on Lake Apopka This documentary project traces the life of muck farmworkers whose way of life came to an abrupt end in 1998. The Florida legislature bought the land around the north shore of Lake Apopka and closed the major farms, resulting in the loss of 2,000 agricultural jobs. Under the guidance of Crealdé documentary photographers Faith Amon and Peter Schreyer, youths from farmworker families were trained in the skills of documentary photography and captured the historic last season of muck farming in Central Florida. Opening reception and gallery talk, 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28.


Summer June 16 to Aug. 9 Fall I Aug. 18 to Oct. 11 Fall II Oct. 20 to Dec. 13 Crealdé offices and galleries will be closed July 4-6. All Crealdé locations are wheelchairaccessible. For group tours or special needs accommodations, please call in advance.


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8 weeks


TD122 Beginning Wheel Throwing

Date Night Ceramics

Two offerings: Instructor: Vincent Sansone Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Instructor: Barbara Bailey Thursday, 7–9 p.m. Studio 4 Learn to center, open and compress clay, and throw small cylinders on the potter’s wheel. Trimming, finishing, adding handles, feet and spouts makes pieces ready to glaze and fire. Members $210 • Non-Members $230

TD135 Clay for the Kid in You

Instructor: Doug Bringle Monday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. 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 Hand Building Like the Ancients

Instructor: Doug Bringle Two times: Monday, 7– 9 p.m. or Friday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 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 which harken back to ancient times. Suitable for all levels. Members $210 • Non-Members $230

TD184 Surface Decoration for Pottery

Class starts June 26 Instructor: Belinda Glennon (6 weeks) Thursday, 1:30–3:30 p.m. Studio 4 Use handbuilding techniques or thrown forms to explore surface decoration techniques. Experiment with sgrafitto, slip trailing, inlay and more to create unique and functional pottery. Suitable for all levels. Members $165 • Non-Members $185

TD228 Continuing Wheel Throwing

Instructor: Vadim Malkin Tuesday, 7–9 p.m. 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

Carp Per Diem by Vincent Sansone levels of wheel throwing, altering and glazing. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

TD231 Design for Pottery

Instructor: Vincent Sansone Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Applying good design principles to your pots is the first step toward success. Discussions about design and finished class projects will be a part of each class. We will complete four projects during the session. The last project will be one of your choice to apply the design principles discussed. Handbuilders welcome. Prerequisite: Beginning Handbuilding. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

TD235 Put a Lid On It!

Instructor: Vincent Sansone Monday, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 4 Continue to develop your skills centering and making cylinders. In this session we will concentrate on making lids that fit properly and will be suitable for everyday use. Prerequisite: Beginning Wheel Throwing or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

with Vadim Malkin Studio 4 Friday, 7–9 p.m. Three sessions: *June 6, July 11 and Aug. 1 Registration deadline one week prior. 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 be sure to make a fantastic date night. Beginners welcome; materials included. Be ready to get messy and have a great time! Bring some wine, and we’ll provide the snacks. $90 per couple #WKT23 Crealdé Faculty member Vadim Malkin is joined by his wife, Meredith, in hosting Date Night workshops *Select “Spring Session” when registering for this workshop online.


Clay Castle Keeps with Doug Bringle Studio 7 Sunday, July 27 and Aug. 3, 1–4 p.m. Harken back to days of yore, when armored knights rode forth to defend the land from Viking hordes. We will create clay castle keeps, complete with turrets and pennanted peaks. Forsooth! Chivalry is not dead … it lives on in the studio this summer. This two-day adult/child workshop is appropriate for ages 5 and older, and single adults are welcome. Members $100 • Non-Members $120 #WKYA33 Doug Bringle is an award winning ceramicist, exhibiting artist and Senior Faculty member at Crealdé.

TD321 Advanced Ceramics

Instructor: Vincent Sansone Wednesday, 7–9 p.m. 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. Prerequisites: Intermediate Ceramics and Continuing Wheel or similar experiences. Members $225 • Non-Members $245

Collaboration is key in Clay Castle Keeps

Crealdé Summer ArtCamp June 9 to Aug. 1, 2014 Central Florida’s original Summer ArtCamp, started in 1982, provides an overview of the fundamentals of art-making as each student learns from professional artists in real art studios. Camps are offered for students ages 4 to 17, who are placed in age-appropriate groups of up to 13 participants. Students explore their creativity in photography, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, painting and drawing. See for a detailed program schedule.

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8 weeks

TD124 Sculpture I

Instructor: David Cumbie Thursday, 7:30– 9:30 p.m. 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. Clay will be available for purchase in class. Members $210 • Non-Members $230

TD225 Continuing Sculpture Studies

Instructor: David Cumbie Two classes: Tuesday, 7:30–9:30 p.m. or Friday, 10 a.m.–noon Studio 6 David will assist 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. Students will furnish their own materials. Members $225 • Non-Members $245


6 weeks

TD164 The Art of Stained Glass

Instructor: Robert Lennox Wednesday, 7–9 p.m. Studio 7 This class is designed for beginners to learn the beautiful craft of stained glass. We’ll introduce glass cutting, pattern making, copper foiling, and soldering techniques. No prior stained glass

experience needed, and students of all levels are welcome. A supply fee of $55 is due at first class. Members $160 • Non-Members $180


4 weeks

TD173 Introduction to Jewelry Design

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Two sessions: June 21 or July 19 Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Studio 7 Learn fabrication methods to design and create wearable jewelry in copper, brass and silver. Processes include filigree, soldering, filing, embossing, coloring, stone setting and polishing. Tools for class use are provided; a list of tools for a studio setup is available. Members $215 • Non-Members $235


6 weeks

TD167 Bookmaking I

Instructor: Hye Shin Wednesday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center This class will teach students a variety of bookbinding methods. Learn the basics of Case Bound, Coptic and Stab stitch (Japanese-style) on hardcover books. Make personalized journals, sketchbooks, albums and more! You can use your handmade papers that you created in the Art of Papermaking class. Learn how to create handbound books to make the perfect customized gift! Members $155 • Non-Members $175

PAINTING & DRAWING PD101 Intro to Drawing

Instructor: Sherwood Myers 
 Friday, 10 a.m.–noon Studio 1B Monday, 5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. Studio 7 Designed for beginning drawing students, this class is an introduction to the basic fundamentals and principles of drawing skills. Using the pencil as a medium for execution, students also will explore different drawing techniques and materials available to them. Proportions, basic perspective skills, light and shadow, and edges are the main focus for this class.
 Members $210 • Non-Members $230

PD102 Intro to Drawing & Painting

light and volume, and principles of composition to create dynamic, engaging images. Members $205 • Non-Members $225

PD105 Intro to Printmaking 

Instructor: David Hunter Tuesday, 6–9 p.m. (6 weeks) Studio 1B
 A student may focus on either intaglio (hard-ground line etching, softground, drypoint, various monochromatic and color printing techniques) or relief (linocuts including single-block, color printing with multiple blocks and reduction color techniques) printmaking techniques. Questions? Call the instructor at the school, 407-671-1886. Class size limited to 8 students. Members $255 • Non-Members $275

Instructor: Barbara Young Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A Saturday, 
4:30–6:30 p.m. Studio 1B PD107 Intro to Perspective Open to beginning students, this is Drawing an introduction to the fundamentals Instructor: Sherwood Myers of art, while sampling various drawSaturday, 1–3 p.m. Figure drawing by Marie Orban ing and painting techniques using Heritage Center different media, including watercolors, This course will cover the prinacrylics and oils. Many supplies are provided. ciples of perspective and help give the student or Members $215 • Non-Members $235 professional artist a firm grasp on the basics of perspective as a solid foundation for understandPD103 Drawing I
 ing the optical world. The goal is to provide an Instructor: Marie Orban 
 accessible visual approach to perspective drawTuesday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A
 ing, which is a valuable tool not only for Drawing I covers basic principles of drawing and landscape, figure drawing and still life composition. Students will learn techniques of artists but also for designers.
 measuring angles and proportions to create accuMembers $205 • Non-Members $225 rate line drawings, techniques of shading to create


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TD178 The Art of Papermaking

Instructor: Hye Shin Tuesday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center Learn the basics of papermaking using recycled paper, rose petals, onion skins, sewing scraps, junk mail, etc. Students will use mold and deckle techniques to make their own unique paper. Molding, paper sculpture and basic bookbinding techniques will be taught. Make your own cards and envelopes & 2D and 3D paper art. Members $155 • Non-Members $175

TD182 The Art of Fabric Collage

Instructor: Hye Shin Thursday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center This class is based on traditional quilting and sewing to develop a visual language using scraps of fabric, appliqué, threads and beads. Students will create printed fabrics of their own design using an ink jet printer. This class is for all levels. A sewing machine is preferred for faster progress. Students’ unique visions will be realized through their choice of embellishments. Members $150 • Non-Members $170

Cup-A-Thon XXX Annual Ceramics Sale 7-10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 8 4-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9 Classes are 8-weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, visit

PD115 Intro to Acrylic Painting 

Instructor: Susan Govatos Monday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1B
 Learn how to control and maximize the potential of the versatile medium of acrylic paint. Emphasis will be on color, design and developing your individual style. Subject matter includes still life and landscapes. Basic drawing experience is necessary.
 Members $205 • Non-Members $225

PD118 Intro to Pastels

Instructor: Sherwood Myers Thursday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1B This class will explore the different approaches to this versatile medium, including but not limited to materials and tools, basic techniques and textures, color and pastels. Each student will work individually on their own project with complete guidance from the instructor to develop their own style. Different drawing skills including proportions, color, light and shadow will also be explored. Members $205 • Non-Members $225

PD119 Intro to Oil Painting

Instructor: Barbara Young 
 Thursday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1A Instructor: Kathy Chenet Friday, 1–3 p.m. Studio 1B Each week beginners as well as advanced painters will be applying specific painting principles, such as drawing, values, composition, color theory and mixing, edgework, and brush and paint application.
 Members $205 • Non-Members $225

Classes are 8 weeks long unless noted. PAINTING & DRAWING (continued) For faculty bios, visit

PD248 From Reality to Abstraction

PD135 Old Master Oil Painting

Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Monday, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students will learn to use updated versions of the techniques of Rembrandt, Velazquez and Vermeer to accurately depict light effects, create three-dimensional space and to achieve vibrant color. The techniques of glazing, scumbling and wet-into-wet painting will be demonstrated. Some drawing experience is recommended for this course. Members $210 • Non-Members $230

PD139 Still Life and Figure in Pastel 

Instructor: Orit Reuben 
 Saturday, 3:30–6:30 p.m. (6 weeks) Studio 1A
 In this class, students will explore a valuebased pastel painting approach on sanded pastel paper. We will practice painting still lifes, portraits and figures, with a focus on pastel technique, composition, draftsmanship and additional concepts. Levels: Beginners to advanced. Prerequisite: Drawing I, life drawing or similar experience. Members $255 • Non-Members $275

PD201 Life Drawing

Instructor: Marie Orban Tuesday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1A
 Students explore figurative drawing through line contour, fast gesture studies and longer sustained poses. Also covered in this class are compositional and expressive issues involved in drawing the figure. Members $230 • Non-Members $250

PD226 Quick Sketch Drawing 

Instructor: Sherwood Myers Friday, 1–3 p.m. Studio 7 Saturday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center This class is designed to help students make quick sketches of what they see or an idea they might have, which is an important part of planning a painting. The sketches also might be used to illustrate design ideas for architects, interior designers, artists or sculptors, or in a journal, while on vacation. The focus of this class is to


Classes are 8-weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, visit

Blackpoint at Merritt Island by Dennis Schmalstig sharpen the student’s perception of proportions, perspective, light and shadow. Adding color also will be discussed using markers, colored pencils and watercolor. Prerequisite: Intro to Drawing or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

PD242 Advanced Independent Study Painting in Oil or Acrylic

Instructor: Barbara Tiffany Friday, 9 a.m.–noon (6 weeks) Studio 1A Wednesday, 6-9 p.m. (6 weeks) Studio 1B In this six-week course, each student will work individually with full guidance from Barbara on projects designed to help them develop their own unique styles with observation skills, color relationships, color mixing, the importance of light and shadow, and more. Members $235 • Non-Members $255

PD246 Contemporary Landscapes

Instructor: Donne Bitner Saturday, 1–4 p.m. (6 weeks) Studio 1B This six-week class explores landscapes with the intent to discover new interpretations. Experiment with oil pastel, textured surfaces and imagined landscapes that speak to the artist’s memory. Move away from the need for illustration to the creative approach of personal dialogue! Members $240 • Non-Members $260 Classes are 8-weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, please visit

Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Monday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 1A Learn to use your skills in drawing and painting realistically to create abstract and semi-abstract works of art. Students will be taught three approaches that allow a more poetic, interpretative response when working from life and nature. Students will use pencil to create ambiguous space drawings (fusing disconnected planes and merging objects, transparencies, “ghosting” positive shapes). They will use a limited palette of acrylics to create paintings that explore the techniques of selection and emphasis, rearrangement of shapes, and simplification. Members $215 • Non-Members $235

PD305 Portrait Painting

Instructor: Don Sondag Wednesday, 6:45–9:45 p.m. (6 weeks) Studio 1A Working directly from the live model, students will establish proportions and bone structure. Using either oils or acrylics, students will 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. Six-week class. Members $265 • Non-Members $285

PD030 Open Studio: Figure

with Terri Rickerson Friday, 1–3:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. No instruction provided. No pre-registration needed, but a Crealdé membership is encouraged. Fee: $10 per session

PD031 Open Studio: Life Drawing

with Paul McNear and Audrey Zindler Sunday, 10 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Studio 1A Students work from a live model. Session begins with quick gestures, moving to longer poses. No instruction provided. No pre-registration needed but a Crealdé membership is encouraged. Fee: $10 per session


Call for Entries

34th Juried Student Exhibition

Crealdé School of Art’s

Entry deadline: June 8

Film-based Classes

Designed to teach basics of photography with a camera that uses film, eventually leading to the art and techniques of processing traditional black-and-white photographs in the darkroom.

PH144 Black & White Film Photography

Instructor: Peter Schreyer Monday, 7–9 p.m. Studio 5 An introduction to the fundamentals of blackand-white photography, including film processing and printing. During weekly assignments and supervised darkroom time, students will familiarize themselves with black-and-white film, chemistry, enlarging paper and contrast filters. Prerequisite: Photo II or Digital Photo II or similar experience. Members $210 • Non-Members $230

Darkroom Rental

34th Juried Student Exhibition

Entry deadline: June 28, 2014

Summer hours:

Wednesday, 5–9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Saturday, noon–5 p.m. The newly renovated black-and-white darkroom on the Crealdé main campus features 10 separate enlarging stations, which accommodate 35mm, 120 and 4 x 5 inch format film. Plus there’s a separate film processing area. Please note that the hours are different during the summer because of the ArtCamps. For more information, call, 407-671-1886.

Anyone who has taken a class or workshop in any media at any Crealdé location since January 2013 can enter up to two pieces. Find the required application with a listing of the eligibility guidelines on the website. Or pick up an application at the Crealdé offices in Winter Park.

Members only $70 for 8-week session

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Photography PHOTOGRAPHY (continued) Digital Classes

These courses teach the art and techniques of digitalphotography using SLR cameras, including theuse of programs such as Photoshop.

PH147 Digital Photography I Instructor: Michael van Gelder Monday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 3 Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center 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 you to gain creative control of your photography. Members $205 • Non-Members $225

and-white images. This course will cover the aesthetic qualities of black-and-white photography, seeing in black and white, RGB to Monochrome RGB conversion methods, tonal relationships, Luminosity vs. Luminance, and demos in Photoshop and Lightroom. Prerequisite: Digital Photo II or Basic Image Processing. Members $215 • Non-Members $235

PH274 Modern Monochrome Digital Photography

Instructor: Jon Manchester Thursday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Studio 3 Students will learn the aesthetics and the visual possibilities of digital black-and-white photography and how to use modern (digital) tools and techniques to create high-quality, expressive black-

In-depth exploration of various photographic topics and themes, applicable to digital or film, color or black-and-white photography.

PH241 Photo III

Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 6–8 p.m. Winter Garden Landscape, portrait and documentary photography are examined through lectures, slide presentations, assignments, critiques and field trips. A session on night photography is also featured. Designed for the visual and photographic growth of intermediate students’ work in color or black-and-white.Prerequisite: Photo II, Digital Photo II or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-Members $240 Instructor: Milton Heiberg Tuesday, 7–9 p.m. Studio 5 Subjects include approaching and photographing wildlife portraits and action images using normal and telephoto lenses. We will cover field technique and timing for the most desirable shot in terms of viewer psychology, as well as how to think ahead to make images ready for post-processing. Students will practice skills on Saturday field trips. Members $225 • Non-Members $245

Instructor: Michael van Gelder, Tuesday, 10 a.m.–noon Heritage Center Tuesday, 7:45–9:45 p.m. Studio 3 Through in-depth assignments, field trips and reviews, students delve deeper into composition, lighting and special equipment. In-class demonstrations on manipulating images for printing and posting online included. Prerequisite: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $205 • Non-Members $225 Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 7–9 p.m. Heritage Center Using Lightroom and Photoshop (Standard or Elements), students will 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 will be a Photoshop-only workflow. Other topics include: creating and maintaining an image archive, effective use of metadata and preparing images for online publishing. Prerequisite: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $220 • Non-Members $240

Combined Digital & Film

PH358 Nature Photography

PH148 Digital Photography II

PH258 Basic Image Processing

Classes are 8-weeks long unless noted. For faculty bios, please visit

EXHIBITION WORKSHOPS Get ready for the Juried Student Show! Moonrise Over Masonic Temple, Hannibal Square, Winter Park, FL – 2013 by Peter Schreyer

PH275 Capture to Print Image Processing

Instructor: Jon Manchester Thursday, 7:45-9:45 p.m. Studio 3 This course builds on the concepts presented in Basic Image Processing. Students will focus on the creative side of image processing and learn to create expressive images suitable for exhibition-quality prints. The course will cover aesthetics, what makes a fine print, and advanced image-processing techniques using Lightroom or Photoshop and third-party plugins with an introduction to color management. Explore the possibilities of modern printing methods; inkjet, Lab and Wet/Dry Hybrid printing. Other topics: creating and using camera profiles, display profiles, soft proofing, calibration, paper types and choosing a lab. Prerequisite: Basic Image Processing or similar experience. Members $215 • Non-Members $235

WKPH34 Silver Printing

Instructor: Peter Schreyer *Saturday, May 31, 1–5 p.m. Studio 5 Learn how to develop quality prints for exhibitions. Students should bring their own paper. Members/Non-Members $25

WKPH4 Digital Printing

Instructor: Sherri Bunye *Saturday, June 7, 1–5 p.m. Studio 5 Bring your digital images and leave with archival quality prints. Printer and access to Photoshop provided; students should bring their own paper. Members/Non-Members $25

WKPH35 Matting & Framing

Instructor: Jon Manchester Saturday, June 28, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Studio 5 Bring your matting and framing supplies and learn to cut custom single-window mats with a professional mat cutter and assemble your frame. Members/Non-Members $50 *Select “Spring Session” when registering for these photography workshops online.

Introduction to Digital Photography: Three-Hour Workshops $35 Basic Concepts in Digital Photography Instructor: Sherri Bunye *Wednesday, May 21 and June 11

Olympus Pen Instructor: Frank Mardle *Friday, June 13

Looking to learn how to use your camera or need an introduction to digital photography? These three-hour workshops are designed for students that are new to digital photography or their cameras. The workshops provide an overview of camera specific features, as well as basic concepts in digital photography. We cover focus, exposure, metering systems and other features. Offered in partnership with Colonial Photo & Hobby. You may register at CP&H or at Crealdé.

Canon Digital Rebel Instructor: Frank Mardle Friday, June 20 and Friday, Aug. 8

Nikon D7000/D7100 Instructor: Jon Manchester Friday, July 18

Nikon D5000 series Instructor: Sherri Bunye Wednesday, July 2

Canon 20D-60D Instructor: Frank Mardle Friday, July 25


Summer 6/16–8/9 • 2014

This special series of workshops are held on Wednesday or Friday, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., in Studio 3, at Crealdé’s main campus, Winter Park.

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Nikon D3000 series Instructor: Sherri Bunye Wednesday, July 9

Nikon D90 Instructor: Sherri Bunye Wednesday, Aug. 6

Winter Garden Classes

Summer 6/16–8/9 • 2014 CERAMICS & SCULPTURE WG/TD184 Surface Decoration for Pottery Class starts June 24 Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 6-8 p.m. (6 weeks) Use handbuilding techniques or thrown forms to explore surface decoration techniques. Experiment with sgrafitto, slip trailing, inlay and more to create unique and functional pottery. Suitable for all levels. Members/WG Residents $165 • Non-Members $185

YOUNG ARTISTS PROGRAM The Jessie Brock Community Center, Winter Garden Crealdé School of Art, in partnership with the City of Winter Garden, offers a series of photography, painting & drawing, sculpture and ceramics classes for adults and children at the Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard St., located four blocks from the historic downtown area. Call 407656-4155 for directions. Register through Crealdé School of Art, 407-671-1886 or Note: With parental permission, self-motivated young adults (ages 14 to 17) are welcome to enroll in adult Painting, Drawing and Ceramics classes.

PAINTING & DRAWING WG/PD102 Introduction to Drawing & Painting

Instructor: Cat Hempel Thursday, 6–8 p.m. Open to beginning students as an introduction to the fundamentals of art. Sample various drawing and painting techniques using different media, including watercolors, acrylics and oils. Tuition includes most materials and supplies. Members/WG Residents $215 • Non-Members $235

WG/PD104 Watercolor I Instructor: Prayong Deeying Monday, 6–8 p.m. Explore the classical world of watercolor and develop a firm grounding in traditional approaches and techniques. Members/WG Residents $205 • Non-Members $225

WG/PD119 Introduction to Oil Painting

Instructor: Cat Hempel Wednesday, 6–8 p.m. 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/WG Residents $205 • Non-Members $225

WG/PD143 Exploring Abstract Painting - NEW!

Instructor: Patricia Byron Monday, 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Learn to explore and paint with a contemporary approach. Develop ideas with color, shapes and design, focusing on abstract images and patterns. Through this fun course, you will experiment with ways to give a modern feel to a subject matter, while referencing well-known modern artists for inspiration. It’s a perfect class for those who desire to create their own unique artworks but don’t know where to start. Members/WG Residents $205 • Non-Members $225

WG/YAP101 Pint-Size Picassos

Instructor: Trish O’Donnell (6 weeks) Saturday, 9:30–10:30 a.m. Do you 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. Ages 5 to 10. Members/WG Residents $100 • Non-Members $120

Classes are 8 weeks unless noted WG/YAP204 Clay Animal Art

Instructor: Belinda Glennon Class starts June 24 (6 weeks) Tuesday, 3:30–5 p.m. Cuddly, lovable, fierce or funny — use clay handbuilding techniques to create animal sculptures or pets on your pottery. Embellish with glaze and take home your new friend! Ages 8 to 14. Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-Members $140

WG/YAP308 Creative Expression in 2D

Instructor: Patricia Byron Monday, 3:30–5 p.m. Calling all 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! Ages 10 to 14. Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-Members $140

WG/YAP112 Clay Creations — NEW!

Instructor: Paula Davis (6 weeks) Tuesday, 9:30–10:30 a.m. Pinch, squeeze and roll! Have fun creating critters, cups and other objects with clay using simple handbuilding techniques. All materials are provided. Members/WG Residents $100 • Non-Members $120 The deadline is June 28 to enter Crealdé School of Art’s 34th Juried Student Exhibition. Find the application and guidelines at

Playing in the Winter Garden Fountain by Cat Hempel

PHOTOGRAPHY WG/PH147 Digital Photography I

Instructor: Mark Lepow Monday, 6–8 p.m. 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 you to gain creative control of your photography. Members/WG Residents $205 • Non-Members $225

WG/PH148 Digital Photography II

Instructor: Mark Lepow Wednesday, 6–8 p.m. Through in-depth assignments, field trips and reviews, students delve deeper into composition, lighting and special equipment. In-class demonstrations on manipulating images for printing and posting online are included. Prerequisite: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members/WG Residents $205 • Non-Members $225

WG/PH241 Photography III

Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 6–8 p.m. Landscape, portraits and documentary photography themes are examined through lectures, slide presentations, assignments, critiques and field trips. A special session and field trip on night photography is featured. Designed for the visual and photographic growth of intermediate level students working in film or digital, color or blackand-white. Prerequisite: Photo II or similar experience. Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-Members $240

Three-Hour “Introduction to Digital Photography Workshops” now offered in Winter Garden $35 each, taught by Mark Lepow After five years of offering these popular workshops to thousands of students at Crealdé’s main campus in Winter Park, they are now offered in Winter Garden. Learn the fundamentals of digital photography through camera specific programs which will cover: focus, exposure, metering, menus, special features and settings. Basic Concepts: Digital Photography Tuesday, June 10, 5–8 p.m. Basic Concepts: Nikon D5000 Series Tuesday, July 8, 5–8 p.m. Basic Concepts: Canon Digital Rebel Tuesday, July 22, 5–8 p.m. Basic Concepts: Nikon D3000 Series Tuesday, Aug. 5, 5–8 p.m. *Select “Spring Session” when registering for this workshop online.

Crealdé School of Art


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Cecelia Bonifay, President Kevin Cosgrove, Vice President Frank Schornagle III, Treasurer

Ali Bovis Valada Flewellyn Dean Jennings Penny Jordan Percy Maynard

Toni Peck, Secretary

ADMINISTRATION Peter Schreyer Executive Director & Acting Director of Photography Vincent Sansone Director of Ceramics & Sculpture Henry Sinn Director of Painting & Drawing Barbara Chandler Heritage Center Manager Jan Hurt Registrar & Office Manager

Nicole Fournier Accounting Manager Betsy Schreyer Grants Manager Sherri Bunye Development & Program Assistant David Cumbie Contemporary Sculpture Garden Curator Belinda Glennon Young Artist Program Coordinator Carlo Jannotti Facilities Manager

Lindy Shepherd Marketing 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.

Your annual membership with Crealdé supports our mission founded on the idea that the arts are for everyone, and that everyone has a story worth telling. Your membership helps us serve the community with outreach programs for special populations, scholarships, educational exhibitions, and maintains the affordability of classes and workshops.

Cover images: top, Island Woman figure painting by Orit Reuben; center from L-R: ceramic teapot by Vadim Malkin; cabbage fields photo by Felipe Gonzalez from The Last Harvest project; drawing lesson by the lake; bottom, untitled Southwestern landscape by Sherri Bunye.

In return, membership enables you to actively participate in the arts with such benefits as discounted registration fees and invitations to gallery receptions, special lectures and members-only events. To join Crealdé’s more than 1,300 individual, family and corporate members, select the membership option on our website or call our office and begin enjoying your member benefits immediately! You can become a member even if you are not taking a class this term. For more information about membership benefits, please go to our website, Thank you for supporting the arts in Central Florida. FOUNDATION SUPPORT The Boyd Foundation The Community Foundation of Central Florida Darden Restaurants Foundation The Florida Humanities Council The Nelson Family Trust The St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund The Vermont Community Foundation The Charlotte & Edward K. Wheeler Foundation The Walt Disney World Ears to You Program The Winter Park Rotary Club

The classrooms sit amid lush landscaping at the Crealdé School of Art main campus in Winter Park, and the nearby Contemporary Sculpture Garden is free and open to the public for visitation.

Crealde Summer Program Guide (Adult) 2014  

Crealde classes and workshops for adult visual fine art students. This program guide is for the Summer of 2014. Youth Summer Programs are...

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