I am teaching a cornucopia of art courses at Frederick Community College in the Institute for Learning in Retirement department. These classes are short, and art is not graded like traditional credit courses. However, I teach the basic elements of art and offer group critiques, which are a vital part of credit art courses, so you get all the benefits of a credit course, without the grade.
They are perfect for those who want a short-term art course without a long time commitment. As a student, you will receive the benefit of my extensive art expertise as a student and art teacher, and receive constructive critiques, education in the basics of art, such as value, shape, color, etc., as well as individual art instruction. My courses will empower you to self-critique your own work and that of others, so that you can have the confidence to improve the quality of your artwork on your own. I offer a variety of mediums to choose from such as soft pastels, pencils, and mixed media!
To learn more, click on the following link: https://www.frederick.edu/class-schedules/downloads/ilr_spring_2023_schedule.aspx. The courses I am teaching are ACR187 Continuing Pastels with Landscapes, 5 sessions, 15 hours,5/5 – 6/2.
ACR434 Advanced Drawing: How to Build a
Portrait Using Face Mapping, 6 sessions, 18 hours, 4/18 – 5/23.
ACR181 Drawing and Painting: A Mixed Media, Survey Course. 5 sessions, 10 hours, 6/15 – 7/13.