Portrait Drawing & Painting with Leeanna Chipana – Jan – Feb 2018

Portrait Drawing & Painting with Leeanna Chipana – Jan – Feb 2018

Portrait Drawing & Painting with Leeanna Chipana
SIX Weeks – Tuesdays January 16, 23, 30, February 6, 13, 27, 1-4 pm

$280 M/$310 NM

This course is for beginners through advanced students. Working from the long pose students will be introduced to concepts of structural anatomy of the face and head. Students will review comparative measuring, sight size methods, light and form, and various shading techniques used by artists throughout the 18th and 19th century. The goal of this course is for each student to walk a way with a strong understanding of drawing and painting the portrait not only skillfully and accurately but also with a broader understanding of historical concepts of portraiture. Demonstrations will be provided throughout the course and lectures on portrait drawing and painting methods used throughout the centuries by master artists.

Includes model fee.
Materials list will be provided.


Portrait w/Chipana Jan-Feb2018
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Leeanna Chipana began her art studies at the Stevenson Academy of Fine Arts in Oyster Bay, NY in 2004 where she studied under painter and illustrator Attila Hejja. While working as his personal assistant Leeanna studied figure painting with Mr. Hejja. After Mr. Hejja’s sudden death in the Summer of 2007, Leeanna decided to devote her life to pursuing her own art studies more rigorously and dedicate herself to teaching traditional painting and drawing. She started by attending the New York Art Students League where she studied figure painting for two years with artist Nelson Shanks. She went on to continue her studies under full scholarship with Robert Armetta of the Long Island Academy of Fine Art at the Atelier Armetta program located in Glen Cove, NY. She attended the Water Street Atelier where she was enrolled in a full-time program dedicated to classical drawing and painting under artist Jacob Collins. Her work ranges from landscapes to still-life and portraits from life.

Leeanna continued her training at the Grand Central Atelier in New York in their full-time core program – the Water Street Atelier with Jacob Collins. She was a recipient of the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Grant, a Hudson River Fellow and was awarded a scholarship to attend the New York Academy of Art. She teaches on Long Island’s North Shore.

 

Landscape Painting in Oil with Leeanna Chipana – Jan-Feb 2018

Landscape Painting in Oil with Leeanna Chipana – Jan-Feb 2018

Landscape Painting in Oil with Leeanna Chipana
SIX weeks, Tuesdays, Jan. 16, 23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 27
9:30 am – 12:30 pm
$240m/$270nm

Students will gain a strong understanding of the fundamentals of landscape painting while they advance to more challenging projects. During class we will discuss the genre of landscape and plein air painting. Students will learn about compositional methods and techniques used throughout the centuries such as the concept of perspective, areal perspective, the language of dominant verticals and horizontal lines, how to harmonize color, underpainting methods such as open and closed grisailles. Color theory will be discussed. Students will learn how to organize and structure their landscapes. The goal is for students to have a broader understanding of landscape painting methods as well as increase their skill and accuracy at creating beautiful landscape painting. 


Landscape in Oil w/Chipana Jan-Feb 2018
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Leeanna Chipana began her art studies at the Stevenson Academy of Fine Arts in Oyster Bay, NY in 2004 where she studied under painter and illustrator Attila Hejja. While working as his personal assistant Leeanna studied figure painting with Mr. Hejja. After Mr. Hejja’s sudden death in the Summer of 2007, Leeanna decided to devote her life to pursuing her own art studies more rigorously and dedicate herself to teaching traditional painting and drawing. She started by attending the New York Art Students League where she studied figure painting for two years with artist Nelson Shanks. She went on to continue her studies under full scholarship with Robert Armetta of the Long Island Academy of Fine Art at the Atelier Armetta program located in Glen Cove, NY. She attended the Water Street Atelier where she was enrolled in a full-time program dedicated to classical drawing and painting under artist Jacob Collins. Her work ranges from landscapes to still-life and portraits from life.

Leeanna continued her training at the Grand Central Atelier in New York in their full-time core program – the Water Street Atelier with Jacob Collins. She was a recipient of the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Grant, a Hudson River Fellow and was awarded a scholarship to attend the New York Academy of Art. She teaches on Long Island’s North Shore.

Sip & Sketch – Life Drawing – Second Thursday of the Month

Sip & Sketch – Life Drawing – Second Thursday of the Month

Second Thursday of the Month  –
November 9, December 14, January 11, February 8
6:30 – 9:30 pm

No instruction • Fee: $15 per evening, pay-as-you-go, reservations required

We provide the model – you bring your pencils, pastels, charcoal or paint. Model will take a variety of timed poses from short to long. Bring a beverage of your choice and a snack if you wish. Easels are available.

Reservations are a must! You may pay below or call or email info@theartguild.org.


Sip & Sketch
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Life Drawing with Nude Models – 8 weeks

Life Drawing with Nude Models – 8 weeks

Life Drawing with Nude Models

Thursdays, August 17, 24, 31, September 7, 14, 28,
October 5, 12 • Noon – 3:00 pm

The model will take a series of poses from 2 – 40 minutes.
 
Limited to 10 students
8 classes each session
No instruction • Joyce Kubat, monitor
The Art Guild has easels and tables for students.
 
Registration for next session begins approx. August 4, 2017
August 17, 24, 31, September 7, 14, 28, October 5, 12 • noon – 3 pm
 
$200 for members, $230 non-members
(membership is $45/seniors $30)
Registration is limited to 10 students per session and a waiting list will be taken.
 

Please email us for more info: info@theartguild.org


Life Drawing: Session 11: Aug-Oct 2017
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Drawing Class: Get Sharper! – LATE FALL 2017

Drawing Class: Get Sharper! – LATE FALL 2017

Get Sharper!
with Stephanie Navon-Jacobson

Get Sharper! Drawing for Intermediates (Beginners welcome)
6 Weeks: Nov. 13, 20, 27, Dec. 4, 11, 18, 2017 • 1 – 3:30 pm 
$190 members/$220 non-members 

Regardless of your chosen media, a good drawing is crucial to a successful outcome. Refine your drawing skills and hone your powers of observation. Graphite, pen and ink, charcoal, markers, use of color and collage are some of the materials that may be used. Please bring your enthusiasm, an open mind, an 18 x 24 drawing pad (NOT newsprint), 2B, 4B, 6B, 8B pencils and a kneaded eraser to first class. Prerequisite: a previous drawing class with Stephanie or drawing experience.

Questions? Contact info@theartguild.org or 516-304-5797.

Download form and mail with your check or pay with your credit card below.


Get Sharper: Late Fall 2017
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Watercolor with Eileen Neville – Late Fall 2017 – 4 Weeks

Watercolor with Eileen Neville – Late Fall 2017 – 4 Weeks

Beginner & Intermediate Watercolor Classes with Eileen Neville

BEGINNER WATERCOLOR

Ages 18-Adult, open to 8 students.
4 Week Session: Wednesdays: November 8, 15, 29 & December 6, 2017 • noon – 2 pm (No class Wednesday, November 22, 2017)
Fee: $115 Members/$145 Non-members.
Materials list available upon registration.

Watercolor is a truly diverse medium. Explore basic techniques of washes, learn wet on wet painting, glazing and dry brush methods. We will begin to understand the properties of pigments and when to use them properly. Watercolor is always challenging, fresh and new. No experience necessary, beginners welcome.

INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR

Ages 18-Adult, open to 8 students.
4 Week Session: Wednesdays: November 8, 15, 29 & December 6, 2017 • 9:30 am – 11:30pm (No class Wednesday, November 22, 2017)
Fee: $115 Members/$145 Non-members.
Materials list available upon registration.

Continue using watercolor techniques of washes, wet on wet painting and dry brush methods. We will move beyond the basics, creating a series of more complex paintings and completing interpretations of projects presented in class. Watercolor is always challenging, fresh and new. Some experience necessary.

You may download and print the form here, and mail to The Art Guild.

OR pay with your credit card below


Watercolor with Neville Late Fall 2017 – 4 Week