Children Art Classes
$140 (7 classes)
Spaces Available: 14
(minimum of 6 participants required or class will be canceled)
Instructor: David Shkolny
Your child will learn the basics of drawing in the first five weeks. The last two weeks, they will learn to take that skill to painting.
Children will be instructed in pencil initially, studying different ways to make lines, proportions and shading. They will also be taught how to use pastels, oil and acrylic paint.
Subjects will range from figures, still life and nature. Each student will get their own sketchbook. (All supplies included)
Session 1 Sept. 24 Oct. 1, 5, 8, 15, 22, 29 2020
Session 3 Jan. 21, 28 Feb. 11, 18, 25 Mar 4, 11 2021
Session 4 Mar. 18, 25 Apr. 8, 15, 22 29 May 6, 2021
Session 5 May 13, 27 June 3, 10, 17, 24 2021 (cost $120)
Please bring a bag to store your outwear in under your table
David Shkolny was born in 1969, in Pinawa, Manitoba and grew up in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. He first attended Red Deer College, and later obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (Major - Painting and Printmaking) from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1992.David works in soft pastels, acrylic, oil and printmaking. He spends many hours painting, sketching and gathering resource material on location in Alberta and across Canada.
David has been teaching art for twenty years, and has a specialization in pastel. His work can be found in public collections like the University Hospital and Fort Saskatchewan City Hall. He was recently selected by Unison Colour, a company in the UK that makes pastels, to be an associate artist.
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