Watercolor Class at Farmstead Arts
Due to construction at the Farmhouse, this class will not be held in November. Please check back for future dates in January 2013
Teacher: Frank Pietrucha
Experiment with color, value, composition and a variety of techniques to make bold, interesting watercolors. Emphasizing personal creativity, students will be encouraged to express their individuality. Demonstration of techniques will be given. Student will work from still life and photographs.
All levels, ages High School through Adults.
For more info on class details and a supply list, contact Frank Pietrucha at 908-903-9036 or email frankpieart[at]aol.com
Cost: $175 per session
To register by mail (which saves the convenience fee for online registration) send a check payable to: Friends of the KMS Farmstead to Farmstead Arts PO Box 155 Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 Include your name, contact information, and name of the class for which you wish to register. Registration by credit card may be done at the Farmstead during gallery hours or by appointment.
About Frank Pietrucha: Frank Pietrucha paints both representational and abstract watercolors in his Bernards Township studio. The artist has also created sculptures in paper and mixed-media. For a number of years he worked as a graphic designer for several major corporations and cultural institutions. He has had one-person shows at the AT&T Gallery, the Kosciuszko Foundation, the Doubletree Gallery, the Polish Cultural Foundation and the Montclair Art Museum, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, and the Paper Mill Playhouse, among many other venues. His work is in the permanent collections of the Montclair Arts Museum, the Herbert F.l Johnson Museum at Cornell University, the NYNEX Corporation, as well as numerous private collections.
450 King George Rd
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