Classes & Workshops
Life Drawing Class
Oil Painting Classes Monday and Tuesday mornings
Dates for next sessions:
Monday: November 7 - January 2 (no class Dec. 26)
Tuesday: November 15 - January 10 (no class Dec 27)
This painting class is held at my studio, 908 E. Jefferson St. Louisville KY,
Monday Classes: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday Classes: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
$200 for 8 consecutive classes (or) $30 per class
Classes are for 8 weeks, you can do a makeup on the opposite day.
Everyone works on a different project using their own photographic reference or painting directly from life with a still life set up. In general we paint and have a good time. While working on your own project I help with drawing, composition, seeing value and mixing color. I can teach teach the old masters style of painting or the alla prima, wet into wet style of painting and from portrait to still life and landscape.
I only have space for 4 students each day which allows for personal instruction..
Please contact me email@example.com
Go Figure meets every Friday morning 10:00 - 1:00 at 1733 Brownsboro Rd.
We meet every Friday from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Cost is $15 per friday
This is not a class but rather a time for an artist to practice working on the figure. Some work in oil, pastel or charcoal.
Usually we have one pose every Friday and the model is usually clothed but sometimes we will have a nude. Anyone who attends the group can request a nude.
This group is open to anyone and the space can accomidate 8 - 10 people..
This class is in 2 - 6 week sessions, back to back.
Monday's, 6:00 - 8:30 pm
First 6 week session - Sept 12 - Oct 17,
Second 6 week session: Oct 24 - Nov 28
$150 for non-members per session
Members get a $20 discount at checkout (use code MEMBERDRAW at LVA site)
Please register at LVA's Website 502-584-8166
Room #205-207 at the Clifton Center on Payne St, Louisville KY
Seeing and understanding what you see is the foundation for all art. This class is for artist who want to improve their drawing skills and learn to see and understand the human figure. Starting with quick sketches and working to longer poses, each student will be taught at their skill level.
No experience is required.
Bring the following supplies to the first class.
1 - 18” x 24” pad of white paper (not newsprint)
1 - jumbo stick of vine charcoal (about the size of your thumb)
1 - 6”x6” piece of chamois cloth (approximate size)
3 - sticks of vine or willow charcoal (medium or soft grade)
1 - compressed charcoal pencil (hard “General” brand is good)
1 - kneaded and 1 - gum eraser
1 - good sense of humor
Claudia Hammer contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org 502-625-3008
To register: please call LVA (Louisville Visual Art) 502-584-8166