Workshop Series: Exploring the Creative Process
This workshop series for adults explores the fundamentals and tools of three artistic media: drawing, watercolor painting, and printmaking. Designed for creatives, non-creatives, and aspiring creatives of all levels, class projects encourage students to experience and benefit from the creative process both individually and as a group.
Instructor Ken Hillberry has been teaching art and creativity to adults for over 30 years. His teaching philosophy is to foster engaging, experiential, practical, and supportive environments for the lifelong learner that tap into each individual’s unique creativity.
Space is limited; pre-registration is required. Cost includes materials; a materials list can be provided for those who prefer to bring their own supplies. To register, get started below or call 828.253.3227 x122 for more information or to pay by phone.
MARCH 18, 10:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Drawing on Creativity | Register by March 14
Students discover the power of line, visual language, insight, and intuition through:
- Creating line, contour, gesture, analog, and expressive drawings
- Varying perspective, shape, and form
- Exploring negative and positive space
APRIL 1, 10:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Watercolor Painting: A Visual Conversation | Register by March 28
Students compose, elaborate on, and expand a visual phrase through:
- Understanding variations on color and using the color wheel
- Exploring brush techniques (wet and wet-on-dry application)
- Creating a monotype
APRIL 22, 10:00 A.M. – 1:00 P.M.
Printmaking: Marking a Visual Impression | Register by April 18
Students learn about printmaking as an artistic medium and printing tools through:
- Exploring paper, block, ink, and press types
- Looking at historical and contemporary art prints
- Making a linoleum print
Please register for one or more workshops below. You will be asked to indicate your workshop choice(s) during checkout.
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