Classes are June 8 weeks otherwise Program Guide SUMMER SESSION 11unless - August 19,noted 2018
Classes & Workshops for All Ages at our Winter Park and Winter Garden locations Exhibitions, Community Outreach, Sculpture Garden
Symbiotic Dance: Marianna Hamilton Ross
Programs taught by professional artists CERAMICS • SCULPTURE • DIGITAL & FILM PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTING & DRAWING • JEWELRY • GLASS • FIBER ARTS
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 Florida. The two galleries on the main campus present a changing variety of multidisciplinary visual art exhibitions by artists from Florida, the nation and the world. The Contemporary Sculpture Garden overlooking Lake Sterling features more than 60 pieces of original art. Admission to the galleries and gardens is always free.
All Crealdé locations are ADA accessible. For any special needs or group tours, call Crealdé, 407.671.1886.
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Summer Art Camp: June 4 – July 27, 2018 Summer: June 11 – August 19, 2018 Fall I: August 20 – October 22, 2018
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
Percy Maynard Valada Flewellyn Christina McKelvey
Frank Schornagle III Treasurer
Shannon Kelly Interim Secretary
Ann Clement Cecelia Bonifay President Emeritus
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 Mila Dykes Marketing Manager Michael Cantillo Donor & Member Relations Betsy Schreyer Grant Writer LeAnn Siefferman Program Coordinator
Belinda Glennon Young Artist Program Manager Barbara Tiffany Curator of Exhibitions and Painting & Drawing Manager David Cumbie Sculpture Garden Curator & Sculpture Studio Manager Vincent Sansone Ceramics Studio & Program Manager
Nicole Fournier Accounting Manager 2
2018-2019 CREALDÉ SESSIONS
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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. Register through Crealdé by phone 407-671-1886 or online at crealde.org. See Winter Garden class offerings on pages 10-11.
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Fall II: October 22, 2018 – January 27, 2019 Crealdé’s main campus is located off Aloma Avenue at 600 Winter: January 28 – March 24, 2019 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park, FL, 32792. The office and galleries are open 9 am-4 pm Monday-Thursday, and 9 am-1 pm Friday and Saturday. Phone 407.671.1886, or register online anytime at crealde.org.
The Jessie Brock Community Center
Summer • June–August 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
Award-winning sculpture at 36th Annual Student Exhibiton
37TH ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION June 8 – August 31, 2018 Alice & William Jenkins Gallery
Marianna Hamilton Ross, Forest Vision
The exhibition features some of the year’s best student work in painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, glass, and fiber arts; juried by Crealdé’s program managers. The opening reception is preceded by Crealdé’s Annual Membership Meeting and the award ceremony from 7-8 p.m., followed by a reception until 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 8.
SYMBIOTIC DANCE: MARIANNA HAMILTON ROSS May 11 – July 28, 2018 Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
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. Her work interweaves these observations and provides a fluctuating Symbiotic Dance between Man and Nature – continually challenging, stimulating and yet nurturing. Her work is in many corporate and public collections nationally including the AAA National Headquarters, Bank of America, City of Orlando, Walt Disney World, and South Carolina State Art College. The exhibition is curated by Barbara Tiffany, Crealdé’s Curator of Exhibitions. The opening reception will be held from 7-9 p.m. Friday, May 11. Marianna will demonstrate for the public her technique of silk painting. Derived from the ancient Indonesian batik process using a wax resist and immersion dyeing, this contemporary application combines drawing with a water-based resist, followed by the application of dyes using watercolor painting techniques. Demonstration date is Sunday, June 24 at 2 pm.
Storytellers in action, photo by Jeff Kraus
STORYTELLERS XVII: WEST OF THE EAST COAST TRACKS: NEW SMYRNA TEENS GIVE US INSIGHT INTO THEIR CHANGING WORLD May 25 – September 1, 2018 Hannibal Square Heritage Center Storytellers 17 takes place in the historic African-American West Side of New Smyrna Beach. The project represents a partnership between Crealdé School of Art and the Mary S. Harrell Black Heritage Museum, housed in the former St. Rita Colored Catholic Mission Church, built in 1899 in New Smyrna Beach. Until schools were integrated in the 1960s, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orlando served the West Side with a church, one of the first school for black children in Volusia County and a health clinic.
38TH ANNUAL CUP-A-THON August 10 – 11, 2018 Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
For nearly four decades, this summer social hosted by Vincent Sansone, Ceramics Studio & Program Manager, brings smart shoppers and collectors to the main campus to socialize and browse through hundreds of one-of-a-kind ceramic cups, bowls and other vessels handmade by Crealdé instructors, artists, students and friends. As the tradition goes, “buy a cup and it will be filled.” Proceeds are used to upgrade the ceramics studio and kilns. 7-10 p.m. Friday, August 10 and Saturday, August 11.
Project creator and Crealdé Executive Director Peter Schreyer mentored and instructed the students in visual and narrative storytelling using traditional film-based photography. Students took field trips to Crealdé, where they learned how to process film and turn negatives into exhibition-quality photographs in the professional wet darkroom. The photographers also visited Crealdé’s Hannibal Square Heritage Center in west Winter Park, where they learned about the educational power of collecting oral histories and photographs within your own community. Storytellers XVII was unveiled in May 2017 and has been a traveling exhibition moving through Volusia County, including showings at Arts on Douglas and the Daytona Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Mrs. Margaret Clark from Senior Art Program, 2018
SENIOR ART EXHIBITION II APRIL 14 - JULY 28, 2018 Hannibal Square Heritage Center
Through the exploration of color, expression, inspiration, and various art materials and methods - Crealdé School of Art celebrates the tenth year of artwork produced in the Senior Art Program under the guidance of faculty member, Fabiola Hansen. The Senior Art Program is an opportunity for the participating seniors to learn new art styles and techniques. Established in 2000, the Senior Art Program is made possible by the United Arts' Learning Grant and the City of Winter Park Community Redevelopment Agency.
The opening event is May 25 from 7–9 pm at the Heritage Center. There will be a gallery talk by project creator and instructor Peter Schreyer and an opportunity to meet some of the Storytellers. During the exhibition, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center will host a Juneteenth Celebration on June 16, 11 am –3 pm.
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. crealde.org
Two proud Summer ArtCamp students at the exhibition
36TH SUMMER ARTCAMP STUDENT EXHIBITION August 18 – September 15, 2018 Showalter Hughes Community Gallery
Since 1982, Crealdé has presented an annual exhibition featuring works of art from the 300-plus Summer ArtCamp participants, ages 4 to 17. The exhibition includes collaborative and individual works in painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and photography. It is curated by Crealdé’s Summer ArtCamp faculty. The opening reception is from 5-7 p.m. Saturday, August 18.
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CREALDE HIGHLIGHTS CONGRATULATIONS! Awards, exhibitions, and recognition of Crealdé instructors Beatrice Athanas Award of Honor at Halifax Art Festival, Daytona Beach (November, 2017); Dec. 1st, 2017 “Just-for-you award/grant” National League of American Pen Women NLAPW, Florida State Conference. John Baker Best in Show at Orlando Museum of Art’s 1st Thursdays (November 2017). Stacy Barter Award of Excellence for overall work at the Maitland Art Show (November 2017); John R. Grabach Memorial Award from the American Artists Professional League at their 89th Grand National Exhibition, NYC; Featured Artist and cover art of WInter Park magazine Winter 2018 issue. Donne Bitner Won an award at Acrylic painters USA; Solo exhibition at Arts on Douglas in New Smyrna Beach. Patricia Byron Exhibited at Osceola Arts on March 2018 in the juried show, CREATIVA: Woman Made Art; Receipient of Florida Division of Cultural Affairs/ Creative Capital Grant.
SUMMER ART EXPERIENCES
We can only do what we do because of who you are, (that’s all of you - students, instructors, fellows, volunteers, donors, board members, staff, sponsors, and partners) - YOU ARE CREALDE! Thanks to all our donors who gave during the United Arts Collaborative Campaign for the Arts, which provides support for all our programming! Thanks to our Wishlist Campaign donors whose gifts established a Crealdé Emergency Fund. We are now better prepared for what comes our way.
Peter Schreyer Was honored with two solo exhibitions in Florida this past winter: FROM SWITZERLAND TO FLORIDA: Documentary Photography by Peter Schreyer at the University of Tampa last November and Florida in Black and White: Documentary Photography by Peter Schreyer and the Storytellers, which was featured at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach from February 16 through April 15.
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June 4 - August 10 Ages 4 to 17 Sign up for Summer Young Artist programs quickly - ArtCamp sessions and Young Adult Art Immersion sessions are filling fast. For more information pick up a Summer Art Experiences brochure or go online crealde.org.
Adult-child workshop GARDEN HOUSES OF CLAY with Doug Bringle July 29 • 1-4 pm, Studio 7 and August 5 • 1-4 pm, Studio 4 Construct a miniature dwelling to shelter toads, lizards and visiting fairies. Your garden or porch will be enhanced by the unique structure you create. No permits or blueprints required. And we’ll build each of them all in one golden afternoon.
$110 Members • $130 Non-Members
Storytelling with Minny the Mule For years, Minnie the Mule brought food, transportation and joy to Winter Park’s west side residents. In her wooden wagon, Minnie carried produce, passengers and lots of stories for the community. Come hear the memories and legacies of West Winter Park as told by Minny the Mule (Debra Dykes Kornahaus, storyteller). Minny’s monthly storytelling events kickoff for the Heritage Center’s Juneteenth celebration on June 16th. Check website for additional dates and times. Free. All ages welcome.
David Hunter Received Award of Excellence - 31st Annual Lake Mary-Heathrow Festival of the Arts (March, 2018); Award of Merit at 44th Annual Winter Park Autumn Art Festival (October, 2017); Award of Excellence at Dunedin Art Harvest (November 2017); Award of Merit at DeLand Fall Festival of the Arts (November 2017); Best 2-D Artist Award at St. Augustine Arts and Crafts Festival (November 2017); Exhibited at Group Show in the Florida Faience Gallery at Lake Eustis Museum of Art.
Dennis Schmalstig Had solo exhibit at Daytona State College, Spring 2018.
Young Adult Art Immersion Summer Saturdays & more
HERITAGE CENTER CORNER
Noreen Coup Will be featured Artist at 2019 Windermere Art Affair.
Gary Rupp Featured artist, interview and artwork in article, “Artists to Watch,” in Pastel Journal (December 2017 issue).
Storyteller, Minny the Mule
Now & Then: Hannibal Square Walking Tour with Chief Historian Fairolyn Livingston Join Chief Historian Fairolyn Livingston on a guided tour through formerly segregated Hannibal Square and learn the vibrant history of what was once a self-sustaining community. End at the Heritage Center with The Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park. 10 – 11:30 am -Third Saturday of every month. $10 adults, $5 students.
Juneteenth Celebration • June 16th, 11am – 3pm (Juneteenth is a celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. On June 19,1865, nearly two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free.) The Heritage Center Juneteenth Celebration will feature performances and storytelling including a live reenactment of the renowned educator and activist, Mary McLeod Bethune, a presentation of the H.I.S. Project, Lost But Not Forgotten and Storyteller, Minny the Mule. There will be live music including steel drums, food vendors, and more. This celebration will be free and open to the public. Let’s Talk Diversity, Equity and Inclusion In partnership with Winter Park Public Library, the Heritage Center brings you Let’s Talk, a James Baldwin book discussion group that openly explores the complex condition of being black in America. In the age of Black Lives Matter, Let’s Talk blend’s Baldwin’s writings with contemporary videos for discussion that is current and meaningful. The diversity of voices and experiences represented at Let’s Talk gatherings is essential to its purpose. Field Trips featuring Storyteller, Minny the Mule with guided educational activities are offered throughout the school year. To schedule your school group, contact Barbara Chandler at 407-539-2680 or email Bchandler@ crealde.org. Summer • June–August 2018
JEWELRY & GLASS
Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted Intro to Jewelry Design and Fabrication
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Monday, 6-9 pm, 6 Weeks, Studio 7, Starts June 11 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $260 • Non-Members $280
Stefan Alexandres demonstrating a jewelry technique Student sewing quilt
Introduction to Quilting Piecing and Patchwork
Instructor: Sherry Goode-Carmell Monday, 9:30 am-12 pm, 6 weeks, Heritage Center Have you always wanted to quilt, but didn’t know how to get started? In this class, students will learn the basic steps of quilting, including fabric choices, quilting supplies, rotary cutting and more. Learn the art of piecing patchwork blocks and matching points during this six-week course. Skill level: Beginner Members $205 • Non-Members $225
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Sunday, August 19, 10 am-3 pm, Studio 7 Learn how to fabricate round and oval shaped precision bezels for jewelry. Through instructor-led demonstrations and step-bystep instructions, each participant will create a traditional bezel and permanent setting for a cabochon stone. All materials are provided and tools are available during class. Skill level: All Members $105 • Non-Members $125
Odd-Shaped Bezel Stone Setting Fahan Sky McDonagh, Dragon Fly Gold Pendant
Traditional Bezel Stone Setting
Window Pendant Workshop
Instructor: Fahan Sky McDonagh Sunday, June 24, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 7 Transform natural objects such as petals, leaves, and small flowers into wearable works of art. In this one-day workshop, students will learn basic jewelry design and fabrication skills, using glass cutting, torch work, and soldering to produce a handmade, personalized piece of jewelry. Skills learned will allow students to independently pursue further jewelry design projects. No experience necessary. Skill level: All Members $105 • Non-Members $125
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Sunday, August 19, 3:30 pm-8:30 pm, Studio 7 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 such as seashells, glass pieces or liquid resin. All materials are provided and tools are available during class. Skill level: All Members $105 • Non-Members $125
Cold Connections & Riveting
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Sunday, August 5, 10 am-3 pm, Studio 7 Cold connections and riveting can be creatively applied to metalsmithing, mixed media, found objects and jewelry. It’s an easy way to marry different kinds of materials together, like wood to metal or plastic. No soldering or gluing is required with this method. Skill level: All Members $90 • Non-Members $110
Metal Folding and Forming Sculpture Studio Artist, Lynn Brenner-Katz working
Continuing Sculpture Studies
Instructor: David Cumbie Fridays, 10 am-12 pm, 8 Weeks, Studio 6 The instructor assists intermediate and advanced students with ideas related to their personal projects in clay, plaster, concrete, multi-media and mold-making. 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. Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced, Prerequisite: Intro to Sculpture Members $240 • Non-Members $260
Instructor: Stefan Alexandres Sunday, August 5, 3:30 pm-8:30 pm, Studio 7 The metal folding technique is applied to create dimensional jewelry and sculptures. The instructor will focus on teaching the technique, demonstrating the process and providing assignments for the participants to work and explore the metal folding technique step-by-step. With this precision application, you can experience the plasticity of the metal, using grooving hammers to shape dimensional forms with copper or silver sheets without molds or stamps. Skill level: All Members $100 • Non-Members $120
Robert Lennox, Fused Glass Stars
Fused Glass 101: Kiln Formed Glass
Instructor: Robert Lennox Saturday, July 28, 9 am-1 pm, Studio 7 Here is your opportunity to enter the cutting-edge world of fused glass! In this one-day workshop, students will learn the studio glass techniques including cutting, fusing, annealing, slumping and more. Safety in the studio will also be covered. Instructor Robert Lennox provides a portable computer-controlled kiln engineered for glass so that students may gain experience loading and firing a kiln. Students will design and fabricate two pieces: a jewelry pendant to wear, and a fused glass sun-catcher. Beginners will gain a variety of new studio skills while more advanced students with stained glass experience will learn how to break free of lead lines! All materials provided. Participants will receive exclusive access to Crealdé’s recent acquisition of glass. Skill level: All Members $125 • Non-Members $145
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CERAMICS Beyond Round: Altered States
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Mondays, 2-4 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 4 Create animated pots – on and off the wheel – by altering thrown forms. Dart, pleat and facet pots with distinct personalities that invite use. Skill level: Beginner Members $175 • Non-Members $195
Instructor: Doug Bringle Tuesdays, 1:30-3:30 pm, 8 weeks, 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! Skill level: All Members $225 • Non-Members $245
Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted 3-D Design
Instructor: Vince Sansone Wednesday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Intermediate; some hand-building skills are required Members $235 • Non-Members $255
WORKSHOPS Date Night Ceramics
Instructor: Jesus Minguez Friday, July 6: 7-9 pm, Studio 4 Friday, August 3; 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. Materials included. Skill level: All Members $100 • Non-Members $120
Instructor: Vince Sansone Wednesdays,7-9 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Advanced Members $245 • Non-Members $265 Vince Sansone, Heads Up Workshop
Heads Up Workshop
Instructor: Vince Sansone Sunday, July 15 and July 22, 1-5 pm both days, Studio 4 Here’s a chance to sit around the table and play. Learn to use the pinch forming method to make small heads. Manipulate the clay from inside the form to enhance facial features before closing it up. Design a base for the head as you make it. Day 2 will be dedicated to decorating and glazing. Skill level: All Members $70 • Non-Members $70
Beginning Wheel Throwing class
Beginning Wheel Throwing
Instructor: Vince Sansone Tuesday, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 4 Instructor: Barbara Bailey Thursday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $225 • Non-Members $245
Handbuilding Like the Ancients
Instructor: Doug Bringle Mondays, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 4 Fridays, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 4 Humans have been firing clay for over 20,000 years, leaving artifacts that provide us glimpses into ancient times and ways. From Mesopotamia to Japan, from the shores of Lake Titicaca to the slopes of Mt. Olympus, clay vessels and figures, tiles and tablets preserve and suggest those long ago days. Let’s build on that clay legacy by creating pots that harken back to ancient times. Skill level: All Members $225 • Non-Members $245
Continuing Wheel Throwing
Instructor: Vince Sansone Mondays, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 4 Instructor: Vadim Malkin Tuesdays, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Intermediate Members $235 • Non-Members $255
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Isaac Gabriel, ceramic vessel
Advancing in Wheel Throwing
Doug Bringle, Pod Totem, ceramic
Instructor: Doug Bringle Thursdays, 10:30 am-12:30 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 4 Create fresh focal points in your garden with totems you design that will add charm and delight to your plantings. Birds, beasts, geometrics and more. Visualize, and instruction will help your concepts materialize! Skill level: All Members $215 • Non-Members $235
Summer • June–August 2018
Instructor: Gabriel Isaac Saturday, August 18 & Sunday, August 19, 9-4 pm, Studio 4 Advance your wheel throwing skills through demonstrations and hands-on practice of particular forms. In this 2-day workshop, students will focus on faceting techniques, bulbous forms, and multi-sectional throwing. Practicing these techniques will create a deeper understanding of clay, pushing each student’s abilities to the next level. Skill level: Intermediate; comfort centering and making a cylinder necessary. Members $140 • Non-Members $160 Orlando native Gabriel Isaac began his practice of ceramic art as a teenager at Seminole State College, moving on to receive a BFA in Ceramics from the University of Central Florida in 2011. Inspired by form and function paired with unique glazing techniques, his work has been featured in over 80 juried fine art festivals across Florida, including Mainsail Art Festival and Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. A recipient of multiple awards, Gabriel and his work has been featured in the Orlando Sentinel and Tampa Bay Times. He has held a Ceramics fellowship at Crealdé School of Art since 2014. Gabriel now lives Deland, where he maintains his own clay studio and wood shop.
PAINTING & DRAWING
Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted
Instructor: Marie Orban Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Intermediate Members $255 • Non-members $275
Intro to Drawing and Painting
Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Thursday, 8-10 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Intermediate Members $255 • Non-members $275
Instructor: Donne Bitner Monday, 6-8 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $230 • Non-members $250
Don Sondag, New Symrna Beach Colors, oil on canvas.
Instructor: Don Sondag Wednesday, 6:45-9:45 pm, 6 Weeks, Studio 1A Working directly from a 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. Skill level: Advanced. Prerequisites: Intro to Oils, Fundamentals of Color, Portrait Drawing or similar experience. Members $290 • Non-members $310
Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Friday, 10 am -12 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $220 • Non-members $240
Beginning Oil Painting
Instructor: Beth Pendleton Sunday, 2-5 pm, 6 Weeks, Studio 1A, Starts June 24 Learn basic techniques and methods used in a 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. Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate Members $250 • Non-members $270
Instructor: Donne Bitner Friday, 1-3 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $220 • Non-members $240
Instructor: David Hunter Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $220 • Non-members $240
Dennis Schmalstig, Self-portrait, charcoal
Instructor: Dennis Schmalstig Thursday, 5:45-7:45 pm, 8 weeks, 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. Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced Members $225 • Non-members $245
Advanced/Independent Oil & Acrylics - It’s All About the Finish
Instructor: Patti Shistle Friday, 9 am-12 pm, 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! Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced Members $255 • Non-members $275
Beth Pendleton, Daisies with Pitcher, oil on canvas
Fundamentals of Color
Instructor: Beth Pendleton Friday, 4:30-7:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1A 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. Skill level: All Members $260 • Non-members $280
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PAINTING & DRAWING continued Urban Sketching: Tips and Techniques
Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted
Instructor: Thomas Thorspecken Sunday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1B, Starts June 24 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. Skill level: Intermediate Members $255 • Non-members $275 Linda Saracino, Cafe Au Lait, collage
Andrew Sides, Reilly Heads Workshop
Head Construction with Reilly Abstractions
Brian Miller, Bunch of Carrots, acrylic on wood panel
Daily Painting: Guide to Painting Small and Often
Instructors: Brian and Debbie Miller Wednesday, 6-9 pm, 6 weeks, Studio 1 B Practice, practice, practice -- the mantra of every discipline from baseball to Bach. But it’s not easy to find time to create when life is so demanding. This course offers techniques to help you commit to painting small and often. At the end of the class, you’ll know more about your personal artistic style and how to overcome common barriers to creativity. Working from still lifes and photos, you’ll have a small body of work (at least 12 – 18 paintings), tools for your ongoing practice, and ways to exhibit your work (for fun and profit). This is an Acrylic class but Oil paint is fine if the student has previous experience. All classroom demonstrations will center on acrylic painting techniques. Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate. Members $255 • Non-members $275
Instructor: Andrew Sides Saturday & Sunday, August 11 & 12, 10 am-2 pm, Studio 1 A In this 2 day, 8-hour workshop, students will learn the fundamentals of constructive drawing and Reilly abstractions to produce a strong, three dimensional drawing of a head from life or imagination. This system of drawing has been a cornerstone of illustration for decades and is used by commercial and fine art illustrators such as Morgan Weistling, EM Gist, Kevin Wueste, James Bama, and more. Over the course of the workshop, students will learn about building complex shapes out of simple forms, using abstraction lines to deconstruct and interpret a head, and how to use edges to map shadows to define light and dark value shapes on the portrait. Any artist that is looking for a new methodology to incorporate into their workflow! The course will involve a seated, clothed model as the focus will be on head drawing and construction only. Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced Members $140 • Non-Members $160 Bio: Andrew Sides has worked as an illustrator for ten years in comics, videogames, and film. As an alumnus of Savannah College of Art and Design, he learned construction drawing as an effective method to deal with the time constraints of comics and film before enrolling online at Watts Atelier, where he was introduced to the abstraction method of figure/head construction created by Frank Reilly. For examples of his life drawing work, please visit www.asidesart.com/ studies He can also be contacted at email@example.com
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Bio: A published writer and editor, Linda Saracino reconnected with her visual side several years ago. She works in oils, acrylics and watercolor but is known for mixed-media collage, and has studied with Lynn and John Whipple, and Elizabeth St. Hilaire. Her collages incorporate “found papers”—book pages, letters, photographs, tickets, etc.—plus words as graphic elements. Her work has appeared frequently in juried and invitational exhibits at venues such as CityArts Factory, OMA 1st Thursdays, Art Gallery at Mills Park, Gallery at Avalon Island, Maitland Art Center/Culture Pop, Casselberry Art House, FAVO, Orange County Public Library (downtown), and Crealdé School of Art. She has also exhibited in group shows in New York City, Norway and the UK, and is in private collections nationwide.
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
Noreen Coup, Tuscan Vineyard, oil on canvas
Palette Knife Landscapes in Oils
Instructor: Noreen Coup Saturday, June 9, 9:30 am–4:30 pm, Studio 1 A Create bold, bright and beautiful contemporary landscapes with a palette knife. For Artists who want to loosen their style and get free with paint. Focus on Composition, Values, Color Mixing, Paint Application and Palette Knife techniques. Noreen will provide a photograph for you to work from. Skill level: Intermediate to Advanced. Members $125 • Non-members $145
Instructor: Linda Saracino Saturday, August 4, 9:30 am-4 pm, Studio 1 A Students learn techniques and create collages with provided and personal found papers (vintage book pages, sheet music, photos, letters, postage stamps and other ephemera), which they enhance with marks, dry-brushing and the like as they choose. Short break for lunch. Skill level: All Members $110 • Non-members $130
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.
Visual Storytelling through Art Journaling
Instructor: Patricia Byron Thursday, 7-9 pm, 4 weeks, Studio 1 B Art Journaling is a visual diary where memories, emotions and thoughts come alive onto your pages. Through the freestyle use of color, words, photos and imagery, create a personal art journal that will allow you to explore the world around you! Be ready to uncover your heart’s story, with paint, doodles, stamping and collaging while enjoying the unrestricted process of creativity! Skill level: All Members $95 • Non-members $115
Found-Papers Collage Workshop - Content and Sequence
Summer • June–August 2018
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
PHOTOGRAPHY Digital Photography I
Instructor: Jon Manchester, Wednesday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center
Instructor: Jennifer Copp, Friday, 10 am-12 pm, Studio 3 Build a strong foundation for your photography and make better images by understanding exposure, metering, focus, file formats, depth of field and basic composition. Hands-on demonstrations and assignments with personalized reviews reinforce camera systems such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and their artistic impact on the photograph. Skill level: Beginner Members $220 • Non-Members $240 A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Jennifer Copp received her B.F.A. from The Savannah College of Art and Design, and an M.F.A. in Photography and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her photography and videography has been nationally exhibited, and she has won multiple awards including two Aaron Siskind grants for video. Jennifer has been a student of renowned photographer William Wegman, and Photographer/Videographer Elliot Caplan. A veteran of the Los Angeles film scene, she spent 6 years as a set photographer and decorator for independent films and commercials. Jennifer has taught photography and videography for UCF, Daytona State College, Valencia Community College, Seminole State College, and Jackson State University in Mississippi. She is currently an adjunct professor at Seminole State College, and is a new addition to the Crealdé teaching faculty.
Classes are 8 weeks unless otherwise noted Black & White Film Photography I: Introduction to the Darkroom
Instructor: John Baker Monday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 5 Explore 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. Skill level: Beginner Members $235 • Non-Members $255
Chris Cassler, portrait photograph
Digital Photography II
Introduction to Portrait Photography
Instructor: Jon Manchester, Thurs., 10 am-12 pm, Heritage Center
Instructor: Jennifer Copp, Thurs., 7 pm-9 pm, Studio 3 Through in-depth assignments and image reviews, students more deeply explore composition, lighting, lenses and flash photography. Field trips will further develop skills for real time applications. Demonstrations on basic printing techniques and preparing photographs for on-line presentation will be included. Students will be trained to use Crealdé’s digital darkroom technology, selecting works from class to print. Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or similar experience. Members $225 • Non-Members $245
Publix Supermarket, Orlando, Florida, 1991, Gelatin silver print This photograph was part of a collection of Peter Schreyer’s archival photographs of Florida that were recently purchased for inclusion in the Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art at the Cornell Museum of Fine Arts, Rollins College.
Black & White Film Photography 3: The Exhibition Print Instructor: Peter Schreyer Thursday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 5, Starts July 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. Skill level: Advanced. Prerequisite: Black-and-White Film Photography 2 or similar experience. Members $265 • Non-Members $285
Large Format Photography
Milton Heiberg, Dragonfly, macro photography
Instructor: Milton Heiberg Monday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Heritage Center In this class, students will learn skills needed to capture the fascinating world of small nature subjects. Skills cover lens selection and use, lighting and timing. From wildflowers to flying insects, we will learn, explore and photograph. Skill level: All, Prerequisite: understanding of basic camera settings Members $220 • Non-Members $240
Instructor: Jon Manchester Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 5 This advanced course is designed for students considering work with large format cameras using sheet film. Information will be presented on how to select this type of camera, image management and development, and how to print negatives. Students will gain a basic understanding of the view camera’s movements as a creative tool with artistic applications. Includes an overview of the Zone System method for exposure and processing. Skill level: Advanced. Prerequisite: Film I or black-and-white darkroom experience. Members $235 • Non-Members $255
Instructor: Jon Manchester Thursday, 7-9 pm, Heritage Center, Starts June 12, 4 weeks 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). Skill level: Beginner, Prerequisite: Basic Camera Settings or similar experience. Members $110 • Non-Members $130
Instructor: Chris Casler Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Studio 3 In this class, students will become familiar with basic lighting techniques, understanding how to use the flash and natural light to tell a story. Focus is given to the ways in which posing techniques can define the photographic portrait, revealing a subject’s unique personality. Students may work in black and white or color. Skill level: Intermediate Members $235 • Non-Members $255 Chris Casler is a live-action, architectural, advertising, and editorial photographer based in Orlando, Florida. He studied view-camera and darkroom technique with Ansel Adams, Marie Cosindas, and has photographed architecture and fine art for museums including the Smithsonian and Los Angeles County Museum of Art. His work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Time, and Rolling Stone since the 1970’s. Chris takes on photography assignments and motion picture projects across the country and in Europe. Chris served for two years as President of the Central Florida chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers, and is a new addition to the Crealdé teaching faculty.
Instructor: Milton Heiberg Tuesday, 7-9 pm, 8 weeks, Heritage Center Subjects include approaching and photographing wildlife portraits and action images using normal and telephoto lenses. We will cover field technique and timing for the most desirable shot in terms of viewer psychology, as well as how to think ahead to make images ready for post-processing. Skill level: Advanced, Prerequisite: Digital Photography II or similar experience Members $245 • Non-Members $265
Basic Image Processing
Instructor: Jon Manchester Wednesday, 10 am-12 pm, 8 weeks, Heritage Center Learn the fundamentals of image processing with two of today’s most popular image processing tools and enhancement workflows. The first will combine the best features of Lightroom and Photoshop. The second will be a Photoshop-only workflow. Other topics to include creating and maintaining an image archive, effective use of metadata, and preparing images for online publishing/printing. Skill level: All Members $235 • Non-Members $255
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PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS Wedding Photography
Instructor: Patrick Van Dusen Sunday, August 26, 9 am-5 pm, Studio 3 In this workshop, students learn what it takes to start and run a wedding photography business, from finding and working with customers, to preparing for and shooting the wedding, to producing the final product and selling reprints. Students will learn “behindthe-scenes” job duties of the wedding photographer, from sewing kits to problem solving under stress. Students will leave this workshop prepared to successfully manage the marketing, relationships, day-of production, final product and troubleshooting skills of the professional wedding photographer. Skill level: Beginner Members $135 • Non-Members $155
Monochrome Images for the Digital Photographer Instructor: Jon Manchester Saturday, June 16, 9 am-2 pm, Studio 3 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. Skill level: All Members $140 • Non-Members $160
WINTER GARDEN JESSIE BROCK COMMUNITY CENTER 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 Summer and Fall I 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.
Jon Manchester, Abstract, digital photograph
Instructor: Jon Manchester Saturday, July 14, 9 am-2 pm, Studio 3 The first workshop offered in a series on abstract photography. Learn history, styles, techniques and principals of abstract photography. Workshop includes time to put these skills to use during an abstract photography session. Skill level: All Members $140 • Non-Members $160
Instructor: Prayong Deeying Wednesday, 3:00-5:00 pm Summer session starts June 13 Fall I session starts August 22 Explore the classical world of watercolor and develop a firm grounding in traditional approaches and techniques. Intermediate and advanced students will work independently on personal projects with instructor’s guidance. Skill level: All Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
PAINTING & DRAWING WG Intro to Drawing/Painting
Instructor: Cathy Hempel Thursday, 6-8 pm Summer session starts June 14 Fall I session starts August 23 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. Skill level: Beginner Members/WG Residents $230 • Non-members $250
WG Drawing I
Beyond Reality: Exploring Abstract Photography
Instructor: Prayong Deeying Monday, 6-8 pm Summer session starts June 11 Fall I session starts August 20 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. Skill level: Beginner Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
Cathy Hempel, oil on canvas
WG Beginning Oil Painting
Instructor: Cathy Hempel Wednesday, 6 – 8 pm Summer session starts June 13 Fall I session starts August 22 Learn basic techniques and methods used in a 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. Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
CREALDÉ LAB & DARKROOM Digital Printing Lab & Finishing Area Wednesday, 6-9 pm; Friday, 9am-4 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. Crealdé membership is encouraged.
Crealdé Darkroom Rental
Wednesday, 6:30-9 pm; Friday, 9 am-4 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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Jennifer Copp, Sophia at the Beach, photograph
WG Digital Photography I
Instructor: TBD Monday, 6-8 pm Summer session starts June 11 Fall I session starts August 20 Build a strong foundation for your photography and make better images by understanding exposure, metering, focus, file formats, depth of field and basic composition. Hands-on demonstrations and assignments with personalized reviews reinforce camera systems such as shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and their artistic impact on the photograph. Skill level: Beginner Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
Summer • June–August 2018
WG Digital Photography II
Instructor: TBD Wednesday, 6-8 pm Fall I session starts August 22 Through in-depth assignments and image reviews, students more deeply explore composition, lighting, lenses and flash photography. Field trips will further develop skills for real time applications. Demonstrations on basic printing techniques and preparing photographs for on-line presentation will be included. Students will be trained to use Crealdé’s digital darkroom technology, selecting works from class to print. Skill level: Beginner to Intermediate. Prerequisite: Digital Photography I or similar experience. Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
WG Exploring Abstract Painting
Instructor: Noreen Coup Monday, 11 am-1:30 pm, 6 Weeks Fall I session starts August 20 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. Skill Level: Beginner Members/WG Residents $220 • Non-members $240
Adult classes 8 weeks/ Youth 6 weeks unless otherwise noted
WG Wheel Throwing and More! Ages 10-16
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Fall session starts August 28 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 $130 • Non-members $150
WG Impressionism with an Edge
Instructor: Noreen Coup Tuesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Fall I session starts August 21 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. Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate Members/WG Residents $245 • Non-members $265
WG Independent Study in Oil and Acrylics
Instructor: Beatrice Athanas Wednesday, 9:30 am-12:30 pm, 6 Weeks Fall I session starts August 22 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. Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced Members/WG Residents $255 • Non-members $275
Young Artist student
WG Pint Size Picassos, Ages 4-8
Instructor: Jesus Minguez Saturday, 11:00 am-Noon, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 16 Fall I Session starts August 25 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 $110 • Non-members $130
WG Clay Creations, Ages 5-8
Instructor: Jesus Minguez Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 12 Fall I session starts August 28 Pinch, squeeze, roll. Students will have a blast expressing themselves artistically throught he medium of clay creating whimsical, funa nd colorful works of art. Members/WG Residents $130 • Non-members $150
WG Painting & Drawing I, Ages 8-12
Instructor: Jesus Minguez Saturday, 9:00-10:30 am, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 16 Fall I Session starts August 25 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 $130 • Non-members $150
WG Creating with Clay, Ages 8-14 Belinda Glennon, Fish Out of Water, ceramic
WG Functional Pottery
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 6-8 pm, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 12 Fall I session starts August 28 Platters, bowls, butter dishes and more! Explore form and surface decoration, as you create pottery vessels to gather, store and present food. Hand builders and wheel throwers are welcome! Skill level: All Members/WG Residents $175 • Non-members $195
Instructor: Belinda Glennon Tuesday, 3:30-5 pm, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 12 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 $130 • Non-members $150
Teen students learning wheel throwing
WG Creative Expressions in 2D, Ages 11-15
Instructor: TBD Monday, 4:30-6:00 pm, 6 Weeks Summer session starts June 11 Fall I session starts August 20 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 $130 • Non-members $150
HOMESCHOOL ART WG Art Exploration from Many Lands, Ages 5-11
Instructor TBD Friday, 10:00-11:30am, 6 Weeks Fall I session starts August 24 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 $130 • Non-members $150
WINTER GARDEN RESIDENTS receive Crealde member discounts. Call the Crealde office to sign up for a class today, (407) 671-1886 Crealdé School of Art
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Call for brochure or visit crealde.org Cover credits: “Kite,” photography by Jennifer Copp; “Beneath the Surface,” Marianna Hamilton Ross ; Ceramics fellow Katie Soo holding her vase, photograph by Vienna Kriekard; Ceramic totem by Doug Bringle; Jewelry design by Stefan Alexandres.
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