Please note: Due to construction at the Farmhouse, this class will not be held in November 2012. Check back in January 2013 for new dates.
Farmstead Drawing & Mixed Media Class for Adults and Teens Taught by artist Susan Antin
Unleash your inner artist! Explore the world of drawing in different media, while learning important principles and techniques. Topics such as: Perspective, light and dark shading, color and texture, contour and linear drawing. You will have the opportunity to utilize a variety of tools and create finished works, as well as try a number of useful exercises. Pencil, charcoal, paint, colored pencils and other media will be used. This class is for both beginners and for those who have some drawing background.
Session I: Saturdays, September 15, 22, October 6, 13, 20, 27 10AM - Noon. (NOTE: These are correct dates, dates on flyer have been changed)
Session II: Saturdays, November 3, 10, 17, December 1,8,15 10AM - Noon
Cost: $175 per session
Susan Antin is an artist, instructor and promoter of the arts. She has exhibited her paintings and drawings in numerous exhibits, including the Westmoreland Nationals, Montgomery Center for the Arts, Johnson & Johnson Corporate Gallery, Princeton Arts Council and The Williams Gallery, Princeton, NJ. She has taught classes at The Montgomery Art Center, The Princeton Arts Council and The Farmstead Art Center, and conducted private sessions for adults and children. She holds a BA in Fine Art from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. For questions or supply list, contact Susan at email@example.com. Visit her website: www.antinart.com
Register here on line or print the following registration form and send it with a check payable to Farmstead Arts to PO Box 155, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920:
Farmstead Arts is a not for profit arts center located at 450 King George Road in Basking Ridge, NJ at the historic Kennedy Martin Stelle Farmstead. The center offers classes, art shows, concerts and workshops by professional and emerging artists in the performing, visual and practical arts. The farmhouse, which dates back to the 1700’s, is listed on the National and State Historic Registers, along with the English barn and other outbuildings. The center sits on four acres overlooking the banks of the Passiac River surrounded by 40 acres of parkland. Farmstead Arts (through the Friends of the KMS Farmstead, Inc.) is a not for profit 501c3 organization. Phone: 347-927-8748 (347-9ARTS4U). Website: www.farmsteadartscenter.org