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Program Guide

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

WINTER SESSION SPRING SESSION

March 26 to June 10, 2018 Honoring Two Winter Park Legends: The Paintings of Hugh McKean and Jeannette Genius McKean

January 22 to March 25, 2018

CERAMICS • SCULPTURE • DIGITAL & FILM PHOTOGRAPHY • PAINTING & DRAWING • JEWELRY • GLASS • FIBER ARTS

Programs taught by professional artists

• Classes • Workshops • Adults • Children • Teens

• Community Outreach • Galleries • Sculpture Garden • Heritage Center • Winter Garden


Welcome to Crealdé School of Art OUR TWO OTHER 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.

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. 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.

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, 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, plus Summer ArtCamp. In addition, Crealdé offers an award-winning scholarship and outreach program to diverse communities in Central Crealdé School of Art Florida. The two galleries on the main campus present a 2018 CREALDÉ SESSIONS changing variety of multidisciplinary visual art exhibitions Winter: Jan. 22–March 25, 2018 by artists from Florida, the nation and the world. The Contemporary Sculpture Garden overlooking Lake Sterling Spring: March 26–June 10, 2018 features more than 60 pieces of original art. Admission to Summer Art Camp: June 4 – July 27, 2018 the galleries and gardens is always free. Summer: June 11 – August 19, 2018 Crealdé’s main campus is located off Aloma Avenue at 600 Fall I: August 20 – October 22, 2018 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park, FL, 32792. The office and galleries are open 9 am-4 pm Monday-Thursday, and Fall II: October 22, 2018 – January 2019 9 am-1 pm Friday and Saturday. Phone 407.671.1886, or register online anytime at crealde.org.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FOUNDATION & CORPORATE SUPPORT

Toni Peck President

Akerman LLP Amazon Hose & Rubber Co. Arts Systems of Florida The Boyd Foundation The Central Florida Foundation Citizens for Florida Arts, Inc. Colonial Photo & Hobby English-Speaking Union, Central Florida Branch Florida Humanities Council The James T. Barnes Foundation Millers Hardware, “Do It Best” The Orlando Magic The Nelson Family Trust Rotary Club of Winter Park Charitable Foundation St. Margaret Mary Outreach Fund United Arts Artists in Communities Grant United Arts Mini Grant Very Special Arts of Florida The Walt Disney World Ears to You Program The Winter Park Health Foundation

Dean Jennings Vice President

Valada Flewellyn Dan Iosue Percy Maynard

Frank Schornagle III Treasurer

Christina McKelvey

Kevin Cosgrove Secretary

David Storm

Cecelia Bonifay President Emeritus

Shirley Range Mark Thompson

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

The 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 crealde. org. See Winter Garden class offerings on pages 10-11. All Crealdé locations are ADA accessible. For any special needs or group tours, call Crealdé, 407.671.1886.

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Peter Schreyer CEO/Executive Director

John Baker Facility & Special Events Manager

Barbara Chandler Hannibal Square Heritage Center Manager

Carlo Jannotti Facility Manager

Laura McBryde Registrar & Front Office Manager Betsy Schreyer Grant Writer Jan Hurt Donor Relations & Membership Manager

Belinda Glennon Young Artist Program Manager Barbara Tiffany Curator of Exhibitions and Painting & Drawing Manager David Cumbie Sculpture Garden Curator & Sculpture Studio Manager

Nicole Fournier Accounting Manager

Vincent Sansone Ceramics Studio & Program Manager

Mila Dykes Marketing Manager

Sherri Bunye Administrative Support Specialist

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

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.


EXHIBITIONS & ANNOUNCEMENTS ALICE & WILLIAM JENKINS GALLERY Recognizing established artists from Florida, the nation and beyond

February 2 to May 19, 2018 Honoring Two Winter Park Legends: The Paintings of Hugh McKean and Jeannette Genius McKean Crealdé proudly presents a major educational exhibition of paintings created by Hugh McKean (1908-1995) and Jeannette Genius McKean (1909-1989) on loan from The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park. The philanthropic work of the two local legends is well known and their Morse Museum is a permanent reminder of the couple’s grand legacy, but this two-gallery exhibition reveals their more private accomplishments as formally trained artists. Opening reception is February 2, it begins at the Jenkins Gallery, including a gallery talk at 8 pm and continuing from 8 to 10 pm at the Hannibal Square Heritage Center with live jazz music. *Reservations are being accepted for guided tours of both galleries, call 407.671.1886.

HANNIBAL SQUARE HERITAGE CENTER

Exploring heritage and folklore through the visual arts and humanities

February 2 to May 19, 2018 Honoring Two Winter Park Legends: The Paintings of Hugh McKean and Jeannette Genius McKean

TRAVELING EXHIBITIONS

January 25 to April 25 –The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the Land and People of Lake Apopka

Hear Dr. Laurence J. Ruggiero, Director, The Morse Museum of American Art, talk about the evolution of the McKeans as artists in their own right.

Winter Garden City Hall Art in Public Spaces Gallery, Heller Hall at the Winter Garden History Research and Education Center, Orange County Library–Winter Garden Branch In collaboration with the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation, Crealdé School of Art offers a contemporary and historic window into the culture and landscape of Central Florida’s Lake Apopka. A team of professional documentary photographers and plein air painters produced for exhibition 45 black-and-white archival photographs, oral histories of places and people, and a series of 10 plein air paintings. Opening event from 5-8 pm, Thursday, January 25.

SHOWALTER HUGHES COMMUNITY GALLERY

DATES & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 6, 6 -7 pm– Mc Kean Exhibit, Gallery Talk

Celebrating the art of Crealdé’s community

January 20 to April 28, 2018 –Director’s Choice XII

This exhibition, organized by Crealdé Curator of Exhibitions Barbara Tiffany, features the recent work of artists from Crealdé’s diverse faculty. This year’s list: Sherry Goode-Carmell - Fiber Arts, Peter Schreyer - Photography, Milton Heiberg - Photography, Marie Orban - Drawing, Stacy Barter - Painting, Robert Ross - Painting, Don Sondag - Painting, and Barbara Bailey - Ceramics. The opening reception will be held in conjunction with the annual Night of Fire, Crealdé’s winter open house, from 5-8 pm Saturday, January 20. Hands-on youth workshops from 5–6:30 pm Live music and workshops for adults until 8 p.m.

May 11 to July 28, 2018 Symbiotic Dance: Marianna Hamilton-Ross

Various aqueous painting media allow Marianna Hamilton Ross to explore the interdependence of Man and Nature. Florida’s gardens and native habitats combine with human figures to depict both protective and turbulent relationships. The exhibition is curated by Barbara Tiffany, Crealdé’s Curator of Exhibitions. The opening reception will be held from 7-9 pm Friday, May 11. Showalter Hughes Community Gallery. Marianna Hamilton Ross, Red Lotus

January 12, 2018 to February 19, 2018 Epcot’s 2nd Annual International Festival of the Arts

A Celebration of Young Artists. Epcot’s 2nd Annual Festival of the Arts will include participation from local arts organizations. Crealdé’s Young Artists have been invited to participate in a special exhibit celebrating creativity and imagination in the spirit of Walt Disney. This exciting exhibition will include works created by youth 4 -17 in a variety of media, including both 2-D and 3-D. Opening January 12, in Innoventions Plaza, this exhibit will be on display through February 19, 2018. Also, Crealdé’s traveling exhibit Storytellers XVII: West of the East Coast Tracks will be showing at Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts. In additon, Crealdé will offer workshops and seminars taught by our professional artist faculty as part of the 2nd Annual Festival of the Arts.

Sunday January 14, 1-5 pm; Monday, January 15, Martin Luther King Jr Day, 10 am - 5pm Unity Heritage Festival

In collaboration with the City of Winter Park’s 16th annual Unity Heritage Festival, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center will open its doors to present The Lake: A Documentary Exploring the People and Land of Lake Apopka. Join city officials at 10 am on Monday for a special Martin Luther King, Jr., symbolic program. Activities will continue throughout the day including food and music. *The main campus front office and galleries will be closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Day and will reopen at 9 am Tuesday.

Saturday, January 20 from 5-8 pm Night of Fire and Director’s Choice Opening

The whole campus comes alive after dark for the 8th Annual Night of Fire. Tour the Crealdé studios and galleries, participate in art workshops and demonstrations including torch cutting, a gas kiln firing, raku firing and a light painting photography display over Lake Sterling. There will be painting demonstrations in the studios, too. Enjoy live music, refreshments and storytelling around the fire, and tour the Director’s Choice XII faculty art exhibition.

Saturday, March 10, 10 am-2 pm 7th Annual Free Family Festival

JOIN US for a day of hands-on art activities and exploration, plus pony rides, face-painting, a bounce house and refreshments! Our annual open house kicks off registration for the 2018 Summer ArtCamp sessions (open to ages 4-17), PLUS receive a one-day-only special discount of $20 per child.

February 16 & 17, 2018 Arts & Culture Weekend with the City of Winter Park

Crealde School of Art Main Campus: Extended hours and ongoing curator tours with Crealdé Curators of Exhibitions Barbara Tiffany at the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery for Honoring Two Winter Park Legends: The Paintings of Hugh McKean and Jeannette Genius McKean, 9 to 4 p.m., Saturday; Sculpture Garden Curator David Cumbie will give a free tour of the Contemporary Sculpture Garden, 1 p.m., Saturday Hannibal Square Heritage Center: Free admission and extended hours from 10 to 4 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Guided tour of the permanent collection of photographs and oral histories depicting 100 years of Hannibal Square by Chief Historian Fairolyn Livingston and Heritage Center Manager Barbara Chandler, 1 p.m., Friday and 1 p.m., Saturday.

Friday & Saturday, March16 Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival Sunday, April 15, 2018; 11am-3pm-Earth Day in the Park Experience Crealdé at one of these outreach events.

Saturday, April 21 from 10 am-4 pm 9th Annual Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk & Urban Art Festival

The Hannibal Square Heritage Center Folk & Urban Art Festival celebrates culture and diversity through art and music, featuring the works of more than 25 artists, including Highwaymen Florida Artist Mary Ann Carroll. Free admission.

REGISTRATION POLICY

Classes may be dropped without restrictions and are eligible for a full refund up to five days prior to the start date. Registrations, drops, and/or transfers received within four days of start date will not be eligible for refunds.

ARTIST ENRICHMENT WKAE03 Inspired Words

Instructor: Elaine Person Sat., Feb. 24, 10 am-4 pm, Heritage Center WINTER Sat., May 5, 10 am-4 pm, Heritage Center SPRING Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to workshop. Tap into your creativity with the use of art prompts such as paintings, objects, and photographs. Explore various genres of writing while learning to look at art to create poems, stories, or essays. Short lunch break provided. Members $105 • Non-members $125 Elaine Person, writer/editor/speaker/instructor/performer/photographer is published in Random House’s A Century of College Humor, and has short stories in Florida Writers Association’s collections, The Florida Writer magazine, the Sandhill Review, and poems in Poets of Central Florida volumes, Florida State Poets Association’s anthologies, and Hai-

kuniverse.com. She is the president of the Orlando Area Poets Chapter of the FL State Poets Association. Her show, “Humor in a Hurried and Harried World,” delights audiences. Elaine writes “Person”alized poems and short stories for all occasions. www.personalwrite.com

WKAE04 Matting and Framing for Exhibitions

Instructor: David Hunter Saturday, May 19, 9 am-5 pm, Studio 3 SPRING Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Submitting artwork for the upcoming student show? Tired of paying too much money to mat and frame your work? Register for this workshop. Bring your own selection of matting and framing supplies and learn to cut custom single- or double-window mats with a professional mat cutter and then assemble your frames. Students must bring finished artwork, mats, and frames. Members/Non-members $60

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David Hunter, Associate Faculty in Painting & Drawing, an accomplished and awarded printmaker, says he inherited his father’s talent for artwork, but earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in zoology at the University of South Florida in Tampa. He worked in research and taught middle-school science, before returning to art in his spare time and entering his first show. In 1978, he dedicated himself as a full-time artist. Hunter teaches printmaking and acrylic painting to adults and youth at Crealdé School of Art, having joined the faculty in 2007. He was instrumental in forming the Florida Printmakers society in 1986, becoming its first president. Hunter’s work appears in galleries and collections in the United States and England, and he participates in art shows and competitions. Hunter is a member of the Miniature Art Society of Florida, the Miniature Painter, Sculptors & Gravers Society of Washington, D.C. and a signature member of the Miniature Artists of America.

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FIBER ARTS

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

CLASSES

FA101 Introduction Quilting Piecing and Patchwork

Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell WINTER Monday, 10 am-1 pm, 6 weeks, Heritage Center Starts January 22 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 $245 • Non-members $265

FA102 Introduction to Quilting Appliqué

Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell SPRING Monday, 10 am-1 pm, 6 weeks, Heritage Center Starts March 26 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 $245 • Non-members $265 Student engaged in quilting, piecing and patchwork

WORKSHOPS

WKF01 Introductory Long Arm Quilting Workshop

Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell March 3, Saturday, 11 am-5 pm, Heritage Center WINTER Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date 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 $110 • Non-members $130 After working more than 25 years in social service, Sherry GoodeCarmell 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 including the Seminole County Centennial Celebration.

WKF02 Longarm Quilting: Beyond Basics

Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell SPRING April 14, Saturday, 11 am-5 pm, Heritage Center Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date 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 free-hand, stippling, echo quilting and fill-in patterns. Also, “overall” free-hand patterns will be discussed and created. Members $110 • Non-members $130

JEWELRY & GLASS

WKF05 Fiber Art Photo Transfers

Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell Saturday, May 5, 10 am-4 pm, Heritage Center SPRING Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date Turn a photo into a beautiful photo-collage quilt. Learn how to select materials, choose the right photo, and process the transfer. A variety of other products will be discussed and demonstrated that can be used to enhance your quilt. All materials are provided. Members $135 • Non-members $155

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres SPRING Monday, 6-9 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 7 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. The 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 $260 • Non-members $280

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Wednesday, 3‐7 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 6, Starts February 21 Every participant will explore the craft in-depth in four meetings for a total of 16 hours. Students will learn the bas‐relief technique with demonstrations and hands‐on assistance to practice the process. They will discover the ancient art of repoussé using handmade tools, hammers, punches and the pitch, and working the metal directly (without molds) to create relief sculptures in copper or silver. As repousse is used for sculptural jewelry and metalsmithing, it has endless design possibilities for wall relief murals, mirrors and more. Members $225 • Non-members $245

JG105 Filigree Jewelry: Traditional to Contemporary

JG102 Art of Stained Glass

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Instructor: Geoffry Sprague Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 7 WINTER/SPRING 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 $175 • Non-members $195

JG103 Intro to Jewelry Design and Fabrication

JG101 Introduction to Repoussé

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FA106 Introduction to Papier Mâché

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Instructor: Robert Lennox WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 1-3 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 7 Wednesday, 7-9 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 7 In this beginner class, 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. All supplies are included. Members $220 • Non-members $240

Geoffry Sprague, Self-portrait of Artist as a Frog, paper mache

Stefan Alexandres, Repousse

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres SPRING Monday, 2:30 -5:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 7 This class is the gateway to filigree jewelry fabrication and designing. Learn through samples, demos, hands-on projects while fabricating a variety of filigree components needed to assemble a design. Complete your project(s) and explore beyond the limits of traditional patterns, creating a contemporary vision. Members $260 • Non-members $280


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WKJ01 Traditional Bezel Stone Setting

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Sunday, March 18, 10 am-3 pm, Studio 7 Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date Learn how to fabricate round and oval shaped precision bezels for jewelry. Through instructor-led demonstrations and step-by-step instructions, each participant will create a traditional bezel and permanent setting for a cabochon stone. Materials are provided and tools are available during class. Members $105 • Non-members $125 Stefan Alexandres creates artwork using ancient techniques – no molds or stamps, just hand tools. From 1964 to 1972 he apprenticed in metal arts in the traditional ways, as guided through the organized guilds of Greece. He draws inspiration for his metalwork from history, mythology, folk tales and real life. Website: stefanalexandres.com.

WKJ05 Odd-Shaped Bezel Stone Setting

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Sunday, March 18, 3:30-8:30 pm, Studio 7 Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date Learn to fabricate irregular-shaped bezels to match odd-shaped stones for jewelry, as well as the process of permanently setting stone to the bezel. This precision stone-setting technique is applicable for any raw-shaped stones, crystals, or other materials like seashells, glass pieces, or liquid resin. Materials are provided and tools are available during class. Members $105 • Non-members $125

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WKJ33 Make Vintage Silverware Jewelry

Instructors: Jan & Keith Stephens Sunday, January 28, Noon–5 pm, Studio 7 WINTER Sunday, April 29, Noon–5 pm, Studio 7 SPRING Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to start date Learn the art of repurposing beautiful vintage silverware into wearable art. Design and construct bracelets, rings, earrings, or pendants from beautiful vintage forks, spoons, knives, butter knives, and other unique serving pieces. Learn a variety of techniques including how to bend, polish buff, set stones, textured metal, stamp, patina, make cold connections and do simple wire work. Plan on making 2-3 pieces during the workshop. Tuition includes a $45 kit for each student including the proper vintage silverware, wire, cabochons, beads, vintage costume jewelry pieces, findings, and consumables. Members $155 • Non-members $175 Jan has a diverse arts background in the arts including classical piano, painting, textile creations and jewelry. She has been featured in several magazines including Southern Distinction, Step-By-Step Wire Jewelry and Bead and Button magazines. She retired with a thirty-six-year career as a professional educator and refined trainer, and now melds her teaching expertise, intuition, and distinctive design talents to provide an optimum training environment to grow beginning or intermediate students into advanced creators of wire and reclaimed silverware jewelry. Her classes are an entertaining and educational experience where students take wire wrapping, forming and design skills as well as beautiful creations with them at the end of each course. Website: www. wrapsodyjewelry.com

SCULPTURE

Jan Jowers-Stephens, reclaimed vintage fork

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

CLASSES

SC131 Repoussage Sculpture

SC124 Intro to Sculpture

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Wednesday, 10 am-2 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 6, Starts Feb. 21 Learn the centuries old metalworking technique of Repoussage. Create raised designs by pushing and shaping malleable metal. The work can be used to create sculptures, jewelry, sculptural components used in mixed media art, or tiles using copper foils. No stamps or molds are used. All materials and tools are provided. Members $225 • Non-members $245

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 $225 • Non-members $245

SC127 Repoussé Masks

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Monday, 10-2 pm, 4 weeks, Foundry Learn repoussé techniques, crafting design reliefs through the pushing and shaping of malleable metals and apply those techniques to create a unique mask. All tools and assembling materials are provided. Members $245 • Non-members $265

SC130 Mixed Media Sculpture

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER Monday, 3-7 pm, 4 weeks, Foundry Explore unconventional materials such as light bulbs, old tools, toys, photographs, and other found objects and assemble by incorporating rivets, wires, screws, staples, nails, thread, glue and plastic ties. The art piece can be displayed on a table, floor, or wall. All tools and assembling materials are provided. Members $225 • Non-members $245

SC137 Repoussage

Instructor: Stefan Alexandres WINTER/SPRING Sunday, 2:30-6:30 pm, 4 weeks , Studio 6 Learn the centuries-old metalworking technique, repoussage. Create raised designs by pushing and shaping malleable metal. Pieces can be used to create sculptures, jewelry, sculptural components used in mixed media art, or tiles using copper foils. No stamps or molds are used. All materials and tools are provided. Members $225 • Non-members $245

Stefan Alexandres, Cherub, repoussage

SC179 Intro to Mold Making

Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER Monday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Explore a variety of mold-making techniques in creating small sculpture works. Students will make molds of clay, plaster, lowtemperature wax, alginate and latex. Members $245 • Non-members $265

SC225 Continuing Sculpture Studies

Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 10 am-noon, Studio 6 Tuesday, 7:30-9:30 pm, Studio 6 Friday, 10 am-Noon, 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 $240 • Non-members $260

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Student in David Cumbie’s welding class

SC226 Introduction to Welding

Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Foundry Create whimsical figures and abstract welded sculptures. Learn basic cutting and arc welding techniques using found objects and mild steel. Students are encouraged to bring in objects for their compositions. All supplies included. Members $285 • Non-members $305

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SCULPTURE

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WORKSHOPS

WKS16 Welding Workshop

WKS03 Concrete Sculpture Workshop

Instructor: David Cumbie WINTER Saturday and Sunday, 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 January 6-7 January 27-28 February 10-11 March 3-4 March 24-25 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop 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 $285 • Non-members $305

Sandro Pelicié Pérez combines 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.

David Lee Cumbie, Sculpture Studio Manager; Senior Faculty, Sculpture; and Curator, Contemporary Sculpture Garden. Devoted to the art of sculpture, Cumbie is a one-man institution at Crealdé School of Art, where he joined the joined the faculty in 1980. He directs the sculpture program, teaches classes and workshops to adults and youth, including mold-making, clay sculpture, bronze casting and independent study. Cumbie also is an Assistant Professor of Art Sculpture at Valencia College. He manages the Crealdé on-site bronze foundry, which is the only such community-based facility in Central Florida. For more than 20 years, Cumbie has curated the lakeside sculpture garden, which is home to more than 60 pieces that represent art work created in Central Florida. He studied art with a concentration in sculpture at in his home state of North Carolina at Brevard College and the University of North Carolina. His work has been commissioned for inclusion in public and private collections in the United States and Europe.

WKS10 Sculpting the Human Head

Instructor: David Cumbie SPRING Saturday and Sunday, April 14-15, 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop 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 $240 • Non-members $260

Instructor: Sandro Pelicié-Perez WINTER Saturday-Sunday, February 17-18, 9 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Saturday-Sunday, March 17-18, 9 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Learn to carve a sculpture starting from a large Styrofoam maquette. Learn how to apply cement creating a durable surface for outdoor art. The artwork will be finished using colorful stains and sealers. This collaborative piece will go on display in Crealdé’s Contemporary Sculpture Garden. Members $160 • Non-members $180

David Cumbie, FIgure Study in Clay

WKS15 Figure Study in Clay with Live Model

Instructor: David Cumbie SPRING Saturday-Sunday, April 28-29, 10 am-4 pm, Studio 6 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Determine how to proportion your sculpture while sculpting a model in sitting and reclining poses. Learn to use water-based clay and sculpting tools. Create four pieces that will be fired at the end of the workshop. All levels. Members $285 • Non-members $305

CERAMICS CLASSES TD122 Beginning Wheel Throwing

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 spouts make pieces ready to glaze and fire. Members $225 • Non-members $245

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted TD135 Beginning Handbuilding

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 $225 • Non-members $245

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 $225 • Non-members $245

TD174 Handbuilding with Found Objects

Instructor: Belinda Glennon SPRING Thursday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, , 6 weeks, Studio 4 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 $175 • Non-members $195

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Student glazing ceramic piece

TD184 Surface Decoration for Pottery

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER Thursday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 4 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 $175 • Non-members $195

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 $175 • Non-members $195


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CLASSES continued

TD321 Advanced Ceramics

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. Prerequisite: Intermediate Ceramics and Continuing Wheel Throwing or similar experience. Members $245 • Non-members $265

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 $235 • Non-members $255

TD231 3-D Design

Instructor: Vince Sansone 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. Some hand-building skills are required. Members $235 • Non-members $255

Vince Sansone, Raku Class

TD238 Raku

Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER Friday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 4, 6 Weeks Learn traditional raku firing and other postreduction firing 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 $175 • Non-members $195

WORKSHOPS

WKT40 Heads Up Workshop

Instructor: Vince Sansone WINTER Friday, March 9, 1:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to start date 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 $70

WKT23 Date Night - Ceramics

Instructor: Jesus Minguez Friday, February 2; Friday, March 2 WINTER Friday, April 6; Friday, May 4 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 $100 Jesus Minguez is a local Orlando professional painter/potter. He has worked as a painter and freelance illustrator for over twelve years and has worked in clay professionally for nearly twenty years. He is an expert wheel thrower and has received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Central Florida. Jesus has taught various students of different levels in the Central Florida community providing private lessons and also as a high school teacher for Orange County Public Schools.

WKT47 Screenprint and Transfers on Clay

Instructor: Jesus Minguez WINTER Friday, January 26, 1:30-5:30 p.m., Studio 4 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to start date Learn to create screenprints to use for clay surface decorations. An in-class demonstration on screenprint making is followed by students creating their own and exploring techniques to transfer the screenprint onto thrown or handbuilt pieces. You are also able to practice the transfer method by using supplied screens on pre-cut slabs. Members $85 • Non-members $105

WKT46 Using Colored Clay in an Unusual Way

Instructor: Mitch Lyons WINTER Friday-Saturday, February 9-10, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Studio 7 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to start date In this hands-on workshop, you will learn very unusual ways to add colored clays and slips, as well as textures, to make hand-built pots that can be altered and finished on the wheel. Using Mitch’s “broomstick” method of making pots, color and textures are introduced before the pot is fully formed, so that there is a natural bond with the surface while the pot is being built. Mitch feels this way of working comes close to the way nature forms its magic. Uncomplicated, simple techniques are demonstrated that give very sophisticated results. Learn to use clay in a very different way. Members $275 • Non-members $295 Mitch Lyons earned his Masters of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Tyler School of Art. His clay monoprints can be found in numerous private and public collections throughout the U.S., including the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Woodmere Museum, American University and the University of Delaware. ​Lyons has had exhibitions of his work at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; the Noyes Museum, New Jersey; Kalmar Lans Museum, Kalmar, Sweden; and the Vonderau Museum, Fulda, Germany.  

Vincent Sansone, Ceramics Studio and Program Manager & Senior Faculty, Ceramics. A revered artist and educator with 50 years of experience as a professional potter, Vincent Sansone joined the Crealdé faculty in the early 1970s and is the longstanding Ceramics Studio and Program Manager. Sansone also teaches at Valencia College, where he is an Assistant Professor of Ceramics Art. Sansone was awarded his MFA in Ceramics and his BFA in Painting at Southern Illinois University, and he studied at the Art Institute of Chicago. His whimsical creations have been exhibited throughout the United States as well as internationally, and are held in numerous private and public collections. He conducts workshops throughout the Southeast, and regularly exhibits in galleries and art festivals. He continues to receive awards and recognitions, and serves as a judge at local and regional art exhibitions.

Regine Dossche, Textured Mixed Media

WKT45 Textured Mixed Media Sculptures

Instructor: Regine Dossche WINTER Saturday, February 17, 9 am-1 pm, Studio 7 Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to workshop Learn to use Easy 3Dflex (organic filling compound) and Powertex to make sculpting clay. Choose from three different base forms (suma, abstract, and disc). Details will be pressed into the surface using a variety of materials such as screws, buttons, stencils, and found objects.  Learn to define and deepen the textured areas. This substance will form cracks when dried. Your artwork is mounted on a beautiful black metal base.  No experience is necessary. Members $160 • Non-members $180 Regine Dossche is a Belgian artist and workshop instructor, now living in Orlando. She started as a watercolor artist until she came in contact with Powertex and a new world unfolded, as she was able to create figurines, sculptures, textures on canvas and even jewelry. She looks forward to sharing her enthusiasm and techniques.

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Jesus Minguez, Koi Dish, screenprinted clay dish

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PHOTOGRAPHY Digital Classes

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

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted PH173 The Art of Composition in Photography

Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 7-9 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 3 Starts Winter 2/22 & Spring 3/29 Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER Monday, 10 am-Noon, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts February 19 Explore the art of composition by learning fundamentals such as perspective, a point of view, and balance. Increase your skills with an awareness of how geometry, light, and color elements enhance your photograph. Practice these techniques during in-class activities and shooting assignments. Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings and Mastering Exposure (or similar experience). Members $110 • Non-members $130

PH282 Understanding Light Instructor: Sherri Bunye Monday, 10 am -noon, 4 wks, Studio 3, starts Jan. 22 WINTER Monday, 7-9 pm, 4 wks, Studio 3, starts April 30 SPRING Learn essential camera settings and shooting modes through in-class presentations and demonstrations. Class will cover fundamental understanding of your camera, lenses, and special equipment. This class is ideal for beginning photographers looking to understand digital camera settings. Members $110 • Non-members $130

Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Thursday, 7-9 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts January 25 Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts Feb. 21 Thursday, 7-9 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts April 26 SPRING Light is an essential element in photography, necessary for exposure and conveying mood. Learn techniques using both natural light and flash to create powerful images. Skills are reinforced through hands-on activities, instructor-led demonstrations, discussions, and assignment(s). Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings and Mastering Exposure (or similar experience). Members $115 • Non-members $135

PH172 Mastering Exposure

PH283 Advanced Camera Settings

PH169 Basic Camera Settings

Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts January 24 Instructor: Sherri Bunye SPRING Monday, 7-9 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts March 26 Explore ways to make the photograph you envision by learning and practicing in-camera metering and exposure techniques. Mastering exposure is an essential tool in progressing your photography skills. Concepts are reinforced through discussion, hands-on demonstrations, and assignment(s). Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings or similar experience. Members $110 • Non-members $130

Instructor: Sherri Bunye SPRING Monday, 10 am-Noon, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts March 26 Examine advanced settings and learn techniques to protect images, take multiple exposures, and fine-tune your focus. In-class activities will include on-location shoots using in-camera settings to provide a creative look to the scene, as well as other tools such as neutral density filters. Get the most out of your camera by understanding the full range of settings available. Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings and Mastering Exposure (or similar experience). Members $115 • Non-members $135

PH374 Still Life Photography

CREALDÉ LAB & DARKROOM Digital Printing Lab & Finishing Area Wednesday, 6-9 pm Friday, 9am-1 pm Saturday, 1-5 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. Bring printing paper, mat boards and frames, as needed. The lab is available at no charge for students who complete the Digital Printing Lab Workshop, see dates on Page 9. Crealdé membership is encouraged.

Crealdé Darkroom Rental

Wednesday, 6:30-9 pm Friday, 9 am-1 pm Saturday, 1-5 pm Members $70 for 8-week session The renovated darkroom on the main campus features 10 separate enlarging stations, which accommodate 35mm to 4x5-inch format film, plus a separate film processing area. Crealdé membership is required.

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Instructor: Sherri Bunye Sunday, 4-6 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts Feb. 25, WINTER Monday, 10 am-Noon, 4 weeks, Studio 3, starts Apr. 30 SPRING Examine and overcome the technical, compositional, and design issues inherent in still-life scenes. Learn to identify key elements and explore their relationships that will ultimately set the mood for the final image. The challenge of hands-on exercises and still-life shoots will improve your overall skillset. The class is open to both photographers and painters. Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings and Mastering Exposure (or similar experience). Members $135 • Non-members $155

PH147 The Fundamentals of Digital Photography

Instructor: Sherri Bunye Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 WINTER Sunday, 4-6 pm, Studio 3, Starts April 8 SPRING Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3 SPRING Build a strong foundation for your photography and make better photographs by understanding exposure, metering, focus, and composition. Hands-on 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 $220 • Non-members $240

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

Jon Manchester, Pathfinder, monochrome

PH258 Basic Image Processing

Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center WINTER/SPRING 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 $235 • Non-members $255

Film-based Classes

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

PH168 Introduction to the Darkroom

Instructor: Peter Schreyer WINTER Thursday, 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 $235 • Non-members $255

PH370 Black-and-White Film Photography 3: The Exhibition Print

Instructor: Peter Schreyer WINTER Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Produce exhibition quality enlargements of your photographs by switching to fine art fiber based paper. Learn about paper selection, special chemistry and toners, archival processing and retouching final prints. The class includes regular darkroom demonstrations, supervised printing sessions, weekly assignments with follow-up print reviews and a field trip to a local photographic archive. A special session on presenting work for exhibition, including matting and framing, will culminate the class. Prerequisite: Black-and-White Film Photography 2 or similar experience Members $265 • Non-Members $285


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Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

WORKSHOPS

PH372 Independent Studies: Portfolio Development for Film Photographers

Instructor: Peter Schreyer SPRING Monday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 During one-on-one sessions, classroom presentations, individualized assignments, and field trips, advanced film photography students will be able to define the strengths, areas of weaknesses, and their photographic vision. The instructor will guide them through fine-tuning technical skills and image selection for a small boxed fine art portfolio of archival silver prints. Participants will work with their existing body of work, as well as newly created images during the class. Prerequisite: Black-and-White Film Photography 3 or similar experience Members: $ 265 – Non-Members $ 285

Combined Digital & Film

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

PH166 Macro Photography

Instructor: Milton Heiberg SPRING Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 Learn new skills needed to capture the fascinating world of small nature subjects. From wildflowers to flying insects we will learn, explore, and photograph. Use your new-found skills to produce stunning imagery during instructor-led macro field trip sessions. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PH253 The Natural Landscape

Instructor: Milton Heiberg Monday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center WINTER Explore how to approach various landscapes. Learn techniques to capture the best light and create dynamic landscape compositions including the use of High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography. Classroom activities are reinforced with instructor-led field trips. Learn how to see and control forms of composition, and using HDR in your landscapes. Prerequisite: Digital Photo I or similar experience. Members $235 • Non-members $255

WKPH55 Monochrome for Digital Photographers

Laurie Hagemaier, Front View, Historic Church in Geneva, 2017

PH259 Field Trip Class

Instructor: Laurie Hagemaier SPRING Thursday, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3, 6 weeks, Starts April 6 Photographically explore various locations around Central Florida. The trips will have a theme that will exercise the student’s picture taking abilities. Classes will include a photo-review session to provide you with feedback on photographs taken during field trips. Students provide their own transportation. Moderate walking, some uneven terrain and steps. Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings or similar experience. Members $180 • Non-members $200

PH281 Introduction to the World of Stock Photography

Instructor: Ali Lanenga SPRING Thursday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5, 4 weeks, Starts April 5 Explore the world of stock photography! Learn industry standards, technical terms, model and property releases. Explore how to create, style, and execute concepts that catch the eye of advertisers and editors. Instructor-led shooting sessions will lay the foundation to beginning a robust stock portfolio. Open to all levels of interest in stock photography. Students must understand basic photography techniques and how to operate their camera. Members $115 • Non-members $135

PH277 Bird Photography: Lessons & Field Trips

Instructor: Milton Heiberg Tuesday, 7-9 pm, Studio 5 WINTER Monday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center SPRING Catch the shot and the passion for bird photography! Explore techniques on how to get as close as possible to the bird’s environment while capturing that prize photograph. Practice these techniques during instructorled field trips with lifelong birder and bird photographer, Milton Heiberg. Prerequisite: Digital Photography II or similar experience and a 300mm lens (if you are planning to purchase please wait until after the first class). Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or similar experience. Members $235 • Non-members $255

PH284 Field Trip Class: Sense of Place and Time

Instructor: Laurie Hagemaier WINTER Thursday, 10 am-Noon, 6 weeks, Studio 3 Photographically explore several historic towns and districts in Central Florida which contribute to the region’s unique character today. The trips will exercise your picture taking abilities and includes direction on strengthening your images through composition and storytelling. Feedback on images provided in photo-review classes. Allow additional time for travel to and from field trip locations. Students provide their own transportation. Moderate walking, some uneven terrain, and steps. Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings or similar experience. Members $180 • Non-members $200

Peter Schreyer, Desert View, Joshua Tree National Park, CA

PHE402 Far West: A Photographic Tour of the Pacific Coast with Peter Schreyer June 15 – 27, 2018

SUMMER

Spend an exciting 12 days exploring and photographing the diverse landscape, history, and culture of the Pacific West Coast. This highly customized trip will lead travelers from the dreamy Joshua Tree desert landscape of Southern California to the rocky coast of Big Sur and the Redwood Forests in the North to the magnificent waters of Crater Lakes in the state of Oregon. Travel in a small group via private van, ride the classic Coast Starlight train along the Pacific and follow the historic tracks of naturalist John Muir, legendary photographer Ansel Adams and writer John Steinbeck. Stay in fabulous hotels throughout the trip, eat delicious food and immerse yourself in the spirit of the contemporary West Coast culture. Space is very limited. Members $3650 • Non-members $3695 • $1500 deposit due by January 15

The trip is led by Peter Schreyer, Crealdé’s Executive Director and internationally exhibited photographer, who is known for his award-winning documentary projects that celebrate the history and heritage of communities. Over the past three decades, the Swiss-born educator has crafted photographic tours to Europe and the American West that appeal to cultural travelers and photographers of all skill levels. This brand new trip also commemorates his 40th anniversary in America. Call to request a detailed workshop flyer.

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Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Saturday, February 3, 9 am-1 pm, Studio 5 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Learn the aesthetics, tools, and techniques to create high-quality, expressive black-and-white photographs. Demonstrations will be done using Photoshop, Lightroom and Epson Photo Inkjet printers. Members $160 • Non-members $180 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: crealde.org/Faculty/ Jon_Manchester

WKPH75 Travel the Back Roads to Historic Places in St. Augustine

Instructor: Peter Schreyer SPRING Saturday, February 10, 8 am-6 pm Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Photo Review, Wednesday, February 21, 5 pm, Studio 3 Discover hidden architectural and cultural treasures in America’s oldest city, including lesser-known historic sites and neighborhoods which will be explored during an extensive city walk. On the road to St. Augustine the group will travel on Volusia County’s Scenic Loop along the Halifax River and the day will culminate with a waterfront dusk photography session. In 2015, the instructor directed the St. Augustine at 450 documentary photography project, which became an official exhibition of the city’s celebration year. Members $150 • Non-members $170 A native of Switzerland, Peter Schreyer is an internationally exhibited, award-winning photographer who has documented America’s cultural landscape for over three decades. He has received a wide range of public art commissions, research grants and recognition awards for his black-and-white photography on Florida communities, including a Visual Arts Fellowship from the State of Florida. In 2005-2006, Schreyer was honored with a major retrospective titled Small Stories From A Big Country at the Swiss Camera Museum in Vevey, Switzerland. In 2015, following his solo exhibition at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College, Winter Park, a collection of Schreyer’s Central Florida archival photographs were purchased for the museum’s prestigious Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art.

WKPH72 Abstracts in Nature: Seminole State Forest

Instructor: Jon Manchester WINTER Saturday, February 24, 9 am-4 pm, On Location Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Spend a day hiking and photographing the Seminole State Forest. Enjoy the outdoors and express your creativity in a setting that allows you countless opportunities to see things that would normally go unnoticed.  Participate in demonstrations and discussion of abstract photography techniques and principles with a focus on creating expressive and unique landscape photographs. The hike will be about 5 miles round trip over a network of hiking trails. Rest stops will be included as needed.  See available supply list for additional details. Members $130 • Non-members $150

WKPH50 Digital Printing Lab

Instructor: Cynthia Slaughter WINTER Tuesday, March 20, 5:30-7 pm Studio 5 Tuesday, May 22, 5:30-7 pm Studio 5 SPRING Withdrawal deadline is the Thursday prior to the workshop 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 $45

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WKPH51 Nature at the Joe Overstreet Landing

Ali Lanenga, Waxing the Blues, cameraless photography

WKPH31 Waxing the Blues

Instructors: Ali Lanenga and Shelley Jean WINTER Saturday & Sunday, February 24-25 Saturday 2-6 pm and Sunday 10 am-2 pm, Studio 5 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Learn the basics of photo encaustic by printing cyanotypes and finishing your artwork with an encaustic medium. Each student is responsible for bringing a plain-cradled wood board on the second class. Members $140 • Non-members $160 Ali Lanenga is a commercial and stock photographer represented by Stocksy United. Her stock work has been used both nationally and internationally by advertisers, book and magazine publishers, as well as online websites, blogs and news articles.  She also works with alternative process printing, pursuing cyanotype and anthotype printing in particular.  Website: alilanenga.com Shelley Jean is an artist/educator that studied at the Florida School of The Arts and is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a B.S. in Art Education. Shelley has taught in the public and private sector for over 25 years. She is a member of the FAEA, CIVA, IEA, and Artists Registry. Website: shelleyjeanart.com

WKPH62 Thornton Park by Day Greenwood Cemetery by Moonlight

Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER Saturday, March 3, 1:30-8:00 pm Lake Eola Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Be guided through the brick-lined streets of downtown Orlando’s Thornton Park. Photography opportunities include street, architectural, landscape, and documentary. Time allocated to explore the epicenter of Thornton Park at your own pace or join the instructor for a bite at the French Bakery & Café. Capture the charm of the bungalow homes and European-inspired boutiques as we weave our way to historic Greenwood Cemetery for a moonlight tour. Members $125 • Non-members $145

WKPH65 Capture to Print

Instructor: Jon Manchester SPRING Saturday, April 7, 10 am-3pm, Studio 5 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Delve deeper into concepts presented in “Basic Image Processing”. Students will focus on the creative side of image processing and learn to create expressive images suitable for making exhibition quality prints. This course will cover aesthetics, what makes a fine print and advanced image processing techniques using Lightroom or Photoshop and 3rd party plugins with an introduction to color management. Explore the possibilities of modern inkjet and Lab printing methods. Other topics will include: creating and using camera profiles, display profiles, soft proofing, calibration, paper types, printing, and matting. Prereq: Basic Image Processing or similar experience. Members $160 • Non-members $180

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Instructor: Milton Heiberg WINTER Saturday, March 24, 9 am-5 pm, on location, Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Planning Session, March 22, 7-9 pm, Studio 3 Review Session, March 29, 6-8 pm, Studio 3 Spend a full day of photography with Milton Heiberg, author of seven books on photographic technique and aesthetics. 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 on location at available picnic tables (students with special dietary needs can bring their own lunch). Slab-foundation restroom facilities are available. Adventures await as we photograph a stream in the middle of a forgotten oak forest...an experience not to be missed. Only 80 minutes from the Winter Park/ Orlando area. Workshop participants will meet at Overstreet Landing at 9 am. (See Map). Members $105 • Non-members $125 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. Website:miltonheiberg.com

Sherri Bunye, Extremities

WKPH33Figure Study: Female Form

Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER/SPRING Sat., April 21, 1-6:30 pm Review Session, Sat., May 5, 10-Noon, Studio 3 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop The nude form has been an endless source of inspiration for artists in all disciplines. Learn the technical and creative skills necessary for a successful shoot. Understand the importance of planning, communicating poses, and use of studio lights. Tuition includes live model fees. Members $225 • Non-members $245

WKPH66 Intro to Cyanotype Printmaking

Milton Heiberg, Joe Overstreet, Bird Cracking Shell

WKPH43 Back Roads to Historic Places Along the Indian River

Instructor: Peter Schreyer Saturday, March 24, 8 am-6 pm, Carpool from Crealdé Photo Review: Wednesday, April 4 at 5 pm, Studio 3 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to start date Explore hidden architectural and cultural treasures along the Indian River between Cape Canaveral and Ponce Inlet. Participants will photograph historic small-town architecture, picturesque river landscapes, fish camps, a late 19th-century homestead, an ancient Indian mound and the beautifully restored lighthouse at Ponce Inlet. The workshop will provide a contemporary window into the region’s past and rich heritage. Demonstrations, lunch at a local fish restaurant on the river, admission and a follow-up review are included. Members $105 • Non-members $125

WKPH26 Travel the Back Roads to Historic Places Along the Yearling Trail

Instructor: Peter Schreyer SPRING Saturday, April 14, 8 am-6 pm, Carpool from Crealdé Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Photo Review, Wednesday, May 2, 5 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, as well as the interior of historical buildings. Members $105 • Non-members $125

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

Instructor: Ali Lanenga SPRING Saturday, April 28, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 5 Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Learn how to create a series of photograms by learning to mix chemistry, coat paper with photosensitive emulsion, and make contact prints using sunlight. Leave with original prints and the skills necessary to continue to explore cyanotypes at home. Members $95 • Non-members $115

WKPH73 Abstracts in Nature: Little Big Econ State Forest

Instructor: Jon Manchester SPRING Saturday, May 5, 9 am-4 pm, On Location Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Spend the day hiking and photographing The Little Big Econ State Forest. Enjoy the outdoors and express your creativity in a setting that allows you countless opportunities to see things that would normally go unnoticed. Participate in demonstrations and discussions about abstract photography techniques and principles with a focus on creating expressive and unique landscape photographs. The hike will be about 5 miles round trip over mostly shaded gravel road and hiking trails along the Econlockhatchee​River. Rest stops will be included as needed. See available supply list for additional details. Members $130 • Non-members $150

WKPH59 Dreamlike Imagery using Multiple Exposure/ICM Photography

Instructor: Sherri Bunye WINTER/SPRING Saturday, May 19, 1-6 pm, Review Session, Saturday, June 2, 10 am-Noon, Studio 3 Withdrawal deadline a week prior to start date Creating dreamlike imagery is an exploration into making an image with components of our original subject or scene. Learn both incamera multiple exposures and intentional camera movement (ICM). Digital SLR camera required. Open to all levels. Members $160 • Non-members $180 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: sherribunye.com


PAINTING & DRAWING

Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

CLASSES

PD251 Painting Landscapes with Heart and Soul

Instructor: Robert Ross WINTER Thursday, 9 am-Noon, 6 weeks, Studio 1B Capture your emotional response to a landscape using direct observation, sketches, and photographs. Learn to look for meaning in a landscape, 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 $255 • Non-members $275

PD102 Intro to Drawing and Painting

Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Monday, 6-8 pm, Studio 1B Explore 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 $230 • Non-members $250

PD103 Drawing I

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 $220 • Non-members $240

PD119 Beginning Oil Painting

Instructor: Beth Pendleton WINTER/SPRING Sunday, 2-5 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1A Learn basic techniques and methods used in representational oil painting by developing skills of observing, rendering, color matching, and applying paint through practice. Demonstrations and discussions will emphasize the importance of composition, shapes, edges, brushwork and ways to manipulate the value and intensity of color. Suitable for beginning and intermediate painters. Members $250 • Non-members $270

PD120 Fundamentals of Color

Instructor: Beth Pendleton WINTER/SPRING Monday, 4-7 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1A 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 $230 • Non-members $250

PD143 Exploring Abstract Painting

Instructor: Patricia Byron Tues., 1-3 pm, Studio 1A WINTER/SPRING This inspiring class offers a fundamental exploration of the beauty of an abstract painting. Instruction concentrates on composition, techniques, form, texture, and color. Students will develop their own artistic vision while referencing Patricia Byron, Zen Garden the works of contemporary painters. Be ready to paint outside the lines. Members $220 • Non-members $240

PD149 Beginning Acrylics

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 $220 • Non-members $240

PD255 Advanced/Independent Oil & Acrylics - It’s All About the Finish Students of Don Bitner, watercolor

PD145 Beginning Watercolor

Instructor: Donne Bitner WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 5:30-7:30pm, 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 $220 • Non-members $240

Instructor: Patti Shistle WINTER/SPRING Friday, 9 am-Noon, 6 weeks, Studio 1A Students are challenged to 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 of values, colors, and brushwork, as well as the importance of composition, will be explored and demonstrated. Get your frames ready! Members $255 • Non-members $275

PD150 Painting with Pastels

Instructor: Gary Rupp WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 9 am-Noon, 6 weeks, Studio 1A 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 $245 • Non-members $265

PD152 Beginning Pastels

Instructor: Terri Rickerson WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 9:30-11:30 am, Studio 1A Explore a painting medium that has been gaining popularity. Students will paint with the creamy, pure color of softs pastels, and some hard pastels, on sanded paper. They will develop skills to express the light, shadow, and volume of objects in their paintings. This class touches on color theory and composition. Be ready to learn the process of layering soft layers of colors to create a glow. Some supplies provided. Members $225 • Non-members $245

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 $255 • Non-members $275

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 a drawing pad and graphite pencil to first class. Members $255 • Non-members $275

PD249 Drawing II

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 $225 • Non-members $245

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Robert Ross, Table for Two, Demo

PD259 Still-Life: Painting Beyond the Table

Instructor: Robert Ross WINTER Wednesday, 6-9 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1B Still-life paintings, originating in the Middle Ages as studies of food, flowers, and dead animals, are today about life, color, shape, and abstraction. The instructor will guide you through each still-life scene to include the studio space beyond. Work in any painting medium or combination. Receive personal assistance, encouragement, and critiques. Prerequisite: Intermediate painting experience. Members $265 • Non-members $285

PD260 Poetic Realities

Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 1:30-3:30 pm, Studio 1A Use your drawing skills to create abstract and semi-abstracts works of art. Students will learn four approaches that allow a more poetic, interpretative response when working from life and nature. Learn to create ambiguous space with two- and three-tone simplification pencil drawings, fragmentation (misalignment and repetition of details, and collage style arrangments of shapes and tones). Members $225 • Non-members $245

PD218 Painting Expressive Still Life and Floral Paintings

Instructor: Stacy Barter WINTER Monday, 9 am-3 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 1A, Starts Jan. 29 This class will focus on setting up strong shadow and light, accurate value and color relationships and how to create atmosphere and depth. The class will begin with a demo and discussion on composing a powerful focus, followed by one on one instruction. Students are encouraged to build from small or miniature pieces produced the first day. Prerequisite: some drawing and painting experience required. Members $340 • Non-members $360

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Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted

PD261 Intermediate Watercolor

PD323 Advanced Watercolor Studies

Instructor: Patty Kane WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1A, Explore the beauty of layering watercolor and the value of using a limited palette through demonstrations and critiques. Learn traditional watercolor techniques and exercises designed to gain skills and confidence needed to tap into your creative side. Prerequisite: Beginning Watercolor or Watercolor 1 Members $255 • Non-members $275

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 $240 • Non-members $260

PD263 Urban Sketching: Tips and Techniques - NEW

Instructor: Thomas Thorspecken WINTER/SPRING Sunday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1B Learn to sketch from subject to the environment. Classroom sessions will focus on sketching clothed models and progress towards sketching the model and classroom environment. Learn how to incorporate storytelling into your sketches in our location sessions. These trips to local venues will challenge you to use your sketchbook the way a photojournalist uses a camera. The six-week goal is to produce finished sketches using pencil, pen, and watercolor within two hours. Members $255 • Non-members $275

PD264 Plein Air with Pastels - NEW

Instructor: Gary Rupp WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 1-4 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1B When an artist steps outside of the studio to paint, a new adventure begins. Pastels with their rich colors are a fascinating medium to quickly capture the light and shadow essential to plein air painting. Our focus will be on the techniques and tools necessary to meet the unique challenges of working with pastels in plein air. In case of inclement weather, we will paint from photos in the studio. The class is suitable for intermediate to advanced students. Members $255 • Non-members $275

WORKSHOPS

OPEN STUDIOS Patty Kane, Sunset on St. Johns River, Watercolor Pour

PD262 The Pour - A Watercolor Technique - NEW

Instructor: Patty Kane WINTER/SPRING Tuesday, 10 am-4 pm, 3 weeks, Studio 1B Explore the art of pouring transparent watercolors directly onto paper. This brushless-watercolor technique allows colors to mix on your paper creating unique luminous color and glow. Finish off your painting by fine-tuning the details. Have fun creating amazing pieces with a new watercolor skill. Prerequisite: Beginning Watercolor. Members $255 • Non-members $275

PD305 Portrait Painting

Instructor: Don Sondag WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 6:45-9:45 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1A 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 $290 • Non-members $310

WKP86 Classical Figure Drawing Workshop

Instructor: Edson Campos WINTER Saturday-Sunday, March 24-25, 9:30 am-4:30 pm Studio 1A Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to workshop Learn the importance of well-designed spaces and understanding of the poetic language of drawing. Explore techniques in observation and complex compositions to establish a well-designed drawing, which is an important first step in painting a masterpiece. Members $295 • Non-members $315 - 7 student minimum Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Edson Campos has enjoyed sketching and painting since childhood. Completely self-taught, he moved to the United States in 1978 and quickly was quickly recognized for his artwork. An award-winning artist, Edson has exhibited his lifelike paintings and drawings at major cities throughout the country. His pieces have been published in magazines, art exhibitions, and purchased for private collections. Edson has been commissioned to provide the artwork for all 500 rooms in the Queen Mary Hotel in Long Beach, California.

WKP87 Palette Knife Landscapes in Oils

Edson Campos, Timeless

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Instructor: Noreen Coup SPRING Saturday, June 9, 9:30 am-4:30 pm Studio 1A Withdrawal deadline is one week prior to workshop Learn to loosen your painting style and create bold, bright, and beautiful contemporary landscapes with a palette knife. Explore techniques in composition, values, color misting, paint application, and palette knife. Students will paint from provided photographs. Lunch break is provided. Suitable for intermediate to advanced painters. Members $125 • Non-members $145 A French-American fine artist known for her bold, bright and beautiful paintings. She earned her BA from Woodbury University in Los Angeles in Interior Design.

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

There is no instruction provided, but monitor is present. No photography allowed. No pre-registration, cash or check is accepted upon arrival. A Crealdé membership is encouraged.

PD030 Open Studio: Figure

Studio Monitor: Nicholas Schulman Friday, 1-3:30 pm, Studio 1A Students work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. Fee: $10 per session

PD031 Open Studio: Life Drawing

Studio Monitor: Daphne Storm Sunday, 10 am-12:30 pm, Studio 1A Students work from a live model. The session begins with quick gestures, moving to longer poses. Fee: $10 per session

PD033 Open Studio

Studio Monitor: Marie Orban Monday, 7:45-9:45 pm, Studio 1A Students work in any medium from a live model who holds one pose the entire session. Fee: $10 per session

Demonstration Studio

Mondays, *9:30 am-11:30 am, Studio 1A, Spring

Withdrawal deadline is a week prior to workshop Each workshop is a two-hour demonstration in various techniques, styles, and aesthetics. Each demonstration requires a separate registration. Members/Non-members $20 WKPD1, March 26, Instructor Patty Kane demonstrates Transparent Watercolor WKPD8, April 2, Gary Rupp demonstrates Pastel in Still Life WKPD6, April 16, Instructor Robert Ross demonstrates Plein Air Landscape in Oil WKPD9, April 23, Instructor David Cumbie demonstrates Portrait in Clay *Workshop time 10 am-Noon WKPD10, April 30, Instructor Stacy Barter demonstrates Flowers in Oil WKPD2, May 7, Instructor Robert Ross demonstrates Still Life in Oil

Stacy Barter, Lilies and Thistle Flowers

WKPD5, May 14, Instructor David Hunter demonstrates Printmaking Techniques WKPD3, May 21, Instructor Wendi Swanson demonstrates Portraits in Charcoal


YOUNG ARTISTS

Classes are 6 weeks unless otherwise noted YAP204 Animal Clay

Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER Saturday, 11 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 We can visit some of Earth’s most unique animals in zoos. Let’s study a few closely as we fashion them from clay. No danger from jaws or claws. Safe for all ages! Members $130 • Non-members $150

YAP204 Functional Clay

Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Saturday, 11 am-12:30 pm, Studio 4 There is nothing so satisfying as eating and drinking from clay pieces you have made yourself. Join us in the studio to make clay vessels you will use every day. Washing these dishes won’t be a chore at all! Members $130 • Non-members $150 Young Artist making prints

YOUNG ARTIST CLASSES (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 self-expression in a nurturing environment. Members $110 • Non-members $130

(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 $110 • Non-members $130

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 mediums! New projects build on fundamental skills to develop style and self-expression. Members $130 • Non-members $150

YAP214 Watercolor and Mixed Media-NEW

Instructor: Deborah Umphrey WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 4:00-5:30 pm, Studio 1A Students learn new techniques in watercolor and acrylics using textural mediums and collage while building on their painting/ drawing skills. They will discover novel ways of expressing themselves through illustration and storytelling. Members $130 • Non-members $150

YAP205 Storytelling through Cartooning

Instructor: Ken Foster WINTER/SPRING Saturday 9:00–10:30 a.m., Heritage Center Learn to develop characters and story lines to script your own comics. Focus on drawing techniques, perspective and composition. Explore and expand your own style as you create characters using colored pencils, pen and ink, and watercolor. Members $130 • Non-members $150

HOMESCHOOL ART (Ages 5-11) YAP223 Art Exploration from Many Lands

Instructors: Belinda Glennon & Deborah Umphrey Monday, 10:30-Noon, Studio 7 WINTER/SPRING Paint like Picasso and pot like the Pueblos! Experiment with 2-D and 3-D art media as you explore art of other cultures and places. Bring your imagination and adventurous spirit. Members $130 • Non-members $150

(AGES 10-14)

YAP208 Wheelthrowing and More! NEW DAY & TIME!

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 4:30-6:00 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 $130 • Non-members $150

YAP403 Digital Camera Magic

Instructor: John Baker WINTER/SPRING Wednesday, 4:00-5:30 pm, Heritage Center Go beyond point and shoot! Armed with DSLR cameras, budding photographers experiment with photographic principles during walking field trips in Winter Park and learn how to create longexposure images using light painting. Add your final touches in our iMac Photoshop lab. Digital SLR cameras are provided. Members $135 • Non-members $155

YAP102 Zoo Clay

Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER Tuesday, 4:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Saturday, 9-10 am, Studio 4 WINTER This winter we’ll capture zoo animals in clay. When we’re done you can take them home to live with you. Best of all these pets of clay don’t eat or poop! Members $110 • Non-members $130

YAP102 Clay to Use

Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Tuesday, 4:30-5:30 pm, Studio 4 Saturday, 9-10 am, Studio 4 We’ll be making clay pieces to use in your everyday life this session. ..bowls, plates, cups. Food will taste better with dishes you make yourself. Try it and see! Members $110 • Non-members $130

(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 $130 • Non-members $150

WORKSHOPS Young Artist hand-building

YAP216 Elements of Art Explored

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 $130 • Non-members $150

YAP217 Fun with Film

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, then create your own photos in the darkroom. Loaner cameras available. Even Harry Potter would be amazed! Members $130 • Non-members $150

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WKYA33 Salad Bowls

Adult & Child Workshop (ages 5 and up) Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER Sunday, March 4, 1-4pm, Studio 7 Sunday, March 11, 1-4pm, Studio 4 Create substantial bowls that will become part of your everyday family life as you fill them with salads, ripening fruit, popcorn or the soup of the day. No store-bought bowl will ever measure up to the one you create yourself…guaranteed! Single adults welcome. Members $110 • Non-members $130

WKYA42 Keepsake Boxes

Adult & Child Workshop (ages 5 and up) Instructor: Doug Bringle SPRING Sunday, May 6, 1-4pm, Studio 7 Sunday, May 13, 1-4pm, Studio 4 Make unique clay boxes to store treasures and keepsakes…jewelry, photographs, candy kisses, loose diamonds. No two boxes will be the same ...one-of-a-kind for sure! Single adults welcome. Members $110 • Non-members $130

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YOUNG ADULT (ages13-17) YOUNG ADULT CLASSES PDY106 Draw Comic Book Action Figures

Instructor: Luis Torruellas WINTER/SPRING Friday, 4:30-6:30pm, Studio 7 Punch! Kick! Leap! Take your cartoon characters to the next level as you give them a sense of gesture, movement, and physical activity. 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 $160 • Non-members $180

Classes are 6 weeks unless otherwise noted

PHY152 A Picture Says a Thousand Words

Instructor: John Baker WINTER/SPRING Saturday, 11 am-1 pm, Studio 5 Enter 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 $160 • Non-members $180

TDY125 Ceramic Sampler 4 Teens

Instructor: Belinda Glennon WINTER/SPRING 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 same…one-of-a-kind for sure! Single adults welcome. Members $110 • Non-members $130

TDY121 Independent Clay Study: Handbuilding for Teens

Luis Torruellas

Instructor: Doug Bringle WINTER/SPRING Thursday, 4-6 pm, Studio 7 The wonder of clay is that with a bit of hand building technique and imagination you can make almost anything. Visualize a project and instruction will help you make it happen. No limits here! Members $160 • Non-members $180

Young Artists taking photos

WINTER GARDEN  JESSIE BROCK COMMUNITY CENTER  Adult classes 8 weeks/ Youth 6 weeks unless otherwise noted WG/PD143 Exploring Abstract Painting

Since 2010, Crealdé School of Art, in partnership with the City of Winter Garden, has offered 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 at crealde.org. Winter Garden only: Registration is open for both Winter and Spring 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.

Instructor: Noreen Coup Monday, 11 am-1:30 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 22 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 visions, while referencing the works of contemporary painters. Members $210 • Non-members $230

WG/PD151 Impressionism with an Edge

PAINTING & DRAWING WG/PD102 Intro to Drawing/Painting

Instructor: Cathy Hempel Thursday, 6-8 pm Winter session starts January 25 Spring session starts March 29 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. Members $230 • Non-members $250

WG/PD103 Drawing I

Instructor: Prayong Deeying Monday, 6-8 pm Spring session starts March 26 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 $220 • Non-members $240

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Noureen Coup, French Lavendar in the Wild

WG/PD104 Watercolor

Instructor: Prayong Deeying Wednesday, 3-5 pm Spring session starts March 28 Explore the classical world of watercolor and develop a firm grouding in traditional approaches and techniques. Intermediate and advanced students will work independently on personal projects with instructor’s guidance. Members $220 • Non-members $240

WG/PD119 Intro to Oil Painting

Instructor: Cathy Hempel Wednesday, 6-8 pm Winter session starts January 24 Spring session starts March 28 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 $220 • Non-members $240

Winter–Spring • January–June 2018

Instructor: Noreen Coup Tuesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 23 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 $245 • Non-members $265

WG/PD255 Independent Study in Oil and Acrylics

Instructor: Beatrice Athanas Wednesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 24 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 $255 • Non-members $275

PHOTOGRAPHY

WG/PH147 Fundamentals of Digital Photography

Instructor: TBD Monday, 6-8 pm Winter session starts January 22 Spring session starts March 26 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 $220 • Non-members $240


WINTER GARDEN continued 

Adult Classes 8 weeks /Youth Classes 6 weeks unless otherwise noted

WG/TD228 Continuing Wheel Throwing

Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 6-8 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 23 Now that you’re comfortable with centering, let’s tickle the imagination and create bowls, cups and vases. This course covers beginner to intermdediate levels of wheel throwing, altering and glazing. Members/WG Residents $180 • Non-members $200

ADULT & CHILD

Winter Garden photography students on a class field trip

WG/PH148 Digital Photography II

Instructor: TBD Wednesday, 6-8 pm Spring session starts March 28 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 $220 • Non-members $240

WG/PH241 Image and Meaning in Photographs

Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 6-8 pm Winter session starts January 25 Landscape, portrait, documentary and night photography themes are examined through lectures, slide presentations, assignments, critiques and field trips. Designed for the visual and photographic growth of intermediate students working in film or digital, color or black-and-white photography. Prerequisite: Digital Photo II/Blackand-White Photo II or similar experience. Members $235 • Non-members $255

CERAMICS

WG/YAP114 Art Apprentices, Adult & Child, Ages 3-5 Instructor: Sheryl Odza Thursday 10-10:45 am, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 25 Spring session starts March 29 Squish, build, and scribble! Experience the joyful process of art making with your little one. Experiment with many types of art materials using all five senses as you create something new each week! One child and participating adult! Members/WG Residents $75 • Non-members $95

WG/YAP204 Creating with Clay, Ages 8-14

Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 23 Bring your imagination and explore the plasticity of clay, as you use handbuilding techniques to build functional pots and animal sculptures. Embellish them with glazes, and take home your own ceramic keepsakes. Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140

WG/YAP208 Wheel Throwing and More! Ages 10-16

Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Spring session starts March 27 Experience the magic of the potter’s wheel as you create clay forms then combine and embellish them with hand building to create decorative sculptures or functional ware. Pottery, it’s more than just a pretty vase! Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140

YOUNG ARTIST

WG/YAP101 Pint Size Picassos, Ages 7-11 Instructor: Jesus Minguez Saturday, 9:30-10:30 am, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 27

WG/YAP101 Pint Size Picassos, Ages 4-8

Saturday, 11:00 am-Noon, 6 Weeks NEW TIME! Spring session starts March 31 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/YAP108 Mini Monets, Ages 4-7

Instructor: Jesus Minguez Saturday, 11 am-Noon, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 27 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 Drawing by young artist

WG/YAP112 Clay Creations, Ages 5-8

Instructor: TBD Thursday, 3:30-4:30 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 25 Spring session starts March 29 Pinch - splat - 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

WG/YAP202 NEW! Painting & Drawing I, Ages 8-12

WG/TD137 Functional Pottery

Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 6-8 pm, 6 Weeks Spring session starts March 27 Platters, bowls, butter dishes and more! Explore form and surface texture, as you create pottery pieces to gather, store and present food. Suitable for all levels. Hand builders and wheel throwers are welcome! Members/WG Residents $175 • Non-members $195

Instructor: Jesus Minguez Saturday, 9:00-10:30 am, 6 Weeks Spring session starts March 31 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/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140

WINTER GARDEN RESIDENTS receive Crealde member discounts. Call the Crealde office to sign up for a class today, (407) 671-1886 crealde.org

WG/YAP308 Creative Expressions in 2D, Ages 11-15

Instructor: Sheryl Odza Monday, 4:30-6:00 pm, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 22 Spring session starts March 26 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

HOMESCHOOL ART

WG/YAP213 Art Exploration from Many Lands, Ages 5-11 Instructor: Sheryl Odza Friday, 10:00-11:30am, 6 Weeks Winter session starts January 26 Spring session starts March 30 Paint like Picasso and pot like the Pueblos! Experiment with 2-D and 3-D art media as you explore art of other cultures and places. Bring your imagination and adventurous spirit. Members/WG Residents $120 • Non-members $140

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Special Winter Exhibitions and Events, Page 3 Honoring Two Winter Park Legends: The Paintings of Hugh McKean and Jeannette Genius McKean Friday, February 2 – Opening Reception at the main campus & Hannibal Square Heritage Center Cover credits: Top right, Jon Manchester, Palms Abstract, Digital Photograph; Middle left, Jeannette Genius McKean, House Yellow, oil on board, 16x20”, 1954; Middle Right, Hugh McKean, On Earth as it is in Heaven aka Charlie, Oil on Canvas, 20x16”, 1941; Bottom left, Mitch Lyons, Ceramic Vessel, Bottom Right, Stefan Alexandres, Bezel Stoneset Jewelry

BECOME A CREALDÉ MEMBER TODAY! Crealdé School of Art is like a family, and we want you as a member. Join us 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 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.

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Crealdé School of Art Program Guide (2018 Adult & Youth Winter/Spring Sessions)  

Adult Summer Program Guide for Crealdé School of Art. Visual Art School providing classes and workshops in Painting, Drawing, Photography, C...

Crealdé School of Art Program Guide (2018 Adult & Youth Winter/Spring Sessions)  

Adult Summer Program Guide for Crealdé School of Art. Visual Art School providing classes and workshops in Painting, Drawing, Photography, C...