CLASSES

 
 
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Intro to Pottery Wheel - Thursdays

This class will introduce you to the skills needed to center, form shapes, trim and finish pots using the wheel. You will also learn decorating and glazing techniques to be able to complete your own pot, bowl or cup by the end of the session.

Includes 1 bag of clay (25lbs), 2 firings, tools, glazes, storage, 18 hours of studio time

Instructor: Sara Patterson of Earthworks NYC

Duration: 6 weeks      

Cost: $375      (Weekly installments can be set up in the studio only. Email tina@alterworkstudios.com)

Thursdays, 7pm - 10pm              

Starts: January 18th

Last Session: February 22nd

 
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Intro to Pottery Wheel - Saturdays

This class will introduce you to the skills needed to center, form shapes, trim and finish pots using the wheel. You will also learn decorating and glazing techniques to be able to complete your own pot, bowl or cup by the end of the sessions.

Includes 1 bag of clay (25lbs), 2 firings, tools, glazes, storage, 18 hours of studio time

Instructor: Stella Psillides

Duration: 9 weeks    

Cost: $375   (Weekly installments can be set up in the studio only. Email tina@alterworkstudios.com)

Saturdays, 1pm - 3pm        

Starts: January 13th

Last session: March 10th

 
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Oil Painting – Beginner Class

6 sessions - 90 minute each session – limited to 6-7 students

Instructor: Olja Stipanovic

Cost: $ 300    (Weekly installments can be set up in the studio only. Email tina@alterworkstudios.com)

DATES: February 5th, 2018 – March 12th 2018 - Mondays, 7.30pm-9pm

Overview:

This introduction to oil painting provides students with an opportunity to explore and understand this challenging medium. In this course we will engage with technical, practical, and concept based problems involved with the practice of oil painting. Participants will become familiar with oil painting through a variety of assignments that highlight technology, methods, chemistry, color, surface, space, and volume composition. Students explore a range of oil color specific challenges and processes through painting [unconventional] still life assignments. Each session will allow one-on-one time for discussion of your studio work and targeted study or troubleshooting. Techniques include underpainting, oil sketching, small studies, glazes, direct painting and finishing with varied textural applications of paint. Great emphasis is placed on artistic process and technical skill building.