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The Community Art Center at Gallery North 

The Community Art Center offers a number of opportunities for one to have a creative, studio experience! Our studio art classes are suitable for adults and teens, and are taught by some of Long Islands best artists. To view a list of our current classes & workshops see below.  

To learn more about our children's programs please go here. If you have a question about any of our programs,  or require more information, please email education@gallerynorth.org

Are you interested in teaching? If so, please send resume and cover letter to program.manager@gallerynorth.org or education@gallerynorth.org


Life Studies at the Community Art Center

9am-12pm (Sundays)

No Instruction-Bring your own materials.

(Male or Female Models)

$15 pay upon arrival.

 

Join us at the Community Art Center for open session figure drawing run by Fred Badalamenti. This three hour session will have no instruction. Bring your own materials. Easels and drawing boards available. See the link below for our summer schedule.  

Click here for a complete Winter 2017 schedule. 

Click here for a complete Spring 2017 schedule.

 

 

 

 


Figure Drawing at the Community Art Center

10am-1pm (Thursdays)

No Instruction-Bring your own materials.

(Male or Female Models)

$15 pay upon arrival.

Join us at the Community Art Center for open session figure drawing run by Flo Kemp. This three hour session will have no instruction. Bring your own materials. Easels and drawing boards available. See the link below for our summer schedule. 

Click here for a complete Winter 2017 schedule. 

Click here for a complete Spring 2017 schedule.


Portfolio Review Sessions

May 27

June 10

Free

Please call or e-mail to reserve a 30-minute session.

 

High school students interested in pursuing a career in the arts are welcome to schedule a portfolio review.  Receive feedback on your work and suggestions for strengthening your portfolio as you prepare for the college application process. Receive suggestions and advice on artwork and the college application process in general. Artists and educators will be available to look at your work by appointment. Come prepared with your portfolio of works (your best 10-20 pieces).

Artists and teachers reviewing portfolios include:  

Larissa Grass- Click to view Larissa's Bio and Resume

Amal Karzi- Click to view Amal's Bio and Resume

Judith Levy- Click to view Judith's Bio.

Lorena Salcedo-Watson- Click to view Lorena's Bio and Resume


Botanical Drawing 2

Instructor: Diane Barthel-Bouchier

April 23, 30 & May 7 (Sundays)

For Teens/Adults

$150

This course builds upon Botanical Drawing 1 and invites students to work with colored pencils.  In the first week, we consider how to indicate three-dimensional space through the use of shadows and voids. In the second week we focus specifically on color and the effects available through layering and blending.  The third week is devoted to the importance of composition in both botanical fine art and scientific illustration.

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Mastering the Art of Collage

Instructor: Tom Stock

April 26, May 3 & 10 (Wednesdays)

Teens/Adults

5:30-7:30pm

$120

Let’s try collage!

Collage is a technique of art where the artwork is made from an assemblage of different forms, thus creating a new whole. Students in this class will explore the art of collage discovering the ins and outs of creating with cut paper. Under the guidance of artist, Tom Stock students will use all sorts of unique materials to create; things like glue, paper, canvas, wood, metal, plastic, or fiber, separately or in combination will be used.

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Watercolors On Wednesdays w/ Espacia Maria

Instructor: Espacia Maria

May 10, 17 & 24 (Wednesdays)

Teen & Adults

12-3pm

$180

If you have never painted before or you have some instruction, you can learn how to capture the wonders of watercolors. I will guide you through the essentials of watercolor tools and techniques with demonstrations and individual attention. Students will learn about brush strokes, washes, mixes, blending and color theory. They will use watercolors to establish color and light, to work wet-on-wet, for texture, to suggest value changes, for negative painting with discussion on composition, as well as for focus and depth. Emphasis in this class is for individual instructional techniques to foster your ability. Students will complete several small paintings in the class. 

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Open Session Printmaking Workshop

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson and Print Monitor

Teens/Adults

$20 for 1 two hour session

May 3 (Wednesday) 2:30-4:30pm

Come, join us for an open printing session in the Community Art Center print workshop. Bring plates you would like to print or projects in progress to proof. We will have presses set up for relief work and intaglio printing. Come, bring a friend. Bring your favorite papers. Previous printmaking experience necessary.

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May 5 (Friday) 5:30-7:30

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Adult & Child Paint Night!

Instructor: Larissa Grass

May 13 (Saturday) 

6-8pm

Ages 4+ (accompanied by an adult)

$40 ( $20 for an additional child)

 

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Bond, Collaborate & Create!

During this special, adult and child, paint night students work together to create a partner painting. There is no experience needed as the workshop instructor, Larissa Grass, will guide everyone step by step. Enjoy some snacks and some creative time with your youngster.

All materials included. 

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Digital Photography Forum 

Instructor: Miranda Gatewood

May 17, 24 & 31 (Wednesdays)

5:30-7:30pm

$120

Learn how to make great images in this 3-part digital photography forum for all levels that's fun and challenging. It involves participation, discussion, critique, a bit of history of the art, and a visual presentation that will incorporate student work in the second class. Each class presents a different theme: Composition and Basics; Critique and Collective Scrapbook; and Fabulous Photography Tricks. Bring images to the first class-- either as prints, on a flash drive, or links to online images—to be part of the next weeks meeting, the Critique and Collective Scrapbook class.

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Silkscreen Workshop

Instructors: Lorena Salcedo-Watson & Larissa Grass

May 20 (Saturday)

Teens/Adults

1-6pm

$100 w/ $10 Materials fee for T-Shirts

Learn to silkscreen your own images! In this one day workshop students will develop and print a cut-stencil silkscreen, as well as a hand-drawn silkscreen image. We will be using water based fabric inks, printing on t-shirts and other fabrics or papers you are interested in bring to print on! T-shirts provided for printing. 2 per student. Feel free to bring in extra shirts, totes, aprons, pillow cases or fabrics to print on!

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Spring Fling Watercolor Workshop

Instructor: Janice Gabriel

May 21 (Sunday)

1-4pm

$60

 

Springtime is the perfect time to immerse yourself in the joy of watercolor painting. An awakening backyard garden, visits to garden nurseries or parks or even walk along the beach provide ideal subject matter. Let your creativity blossom!

Beginners, and those with some watercolor experience, may bring their own subject matter, or reference photographs. Some natural specimens, collected locally, will be provided as well. 

Create gifts or greeting cards for Easter, Passover, Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, showers, or graduations. Students will have the opportunity to work on handmade paper produced here at the Gallery North Community Art Center. 

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Watercolor Workshop 

Instructor: Espacia Maria

May 27 (Saturday)

Adults/Teens

1-4pm

$60

If you have never painted before or you have some instruction, you can learn how to capture the wonders of watercolors. I will guide you through the essentials of watercolor tools and techniques with demonstrations and individual attention. Students will learn about brush strokes, washes, mixes, blending and color theory. They will use watercolors to establish color and light, to work wet-on-wet, for texture, to suggest value changes, for negative painting with discussion on composition, as well as for focus and depth. Emphasis in this class is for individual instructional techniques to foster your ability. Students will complete several small paintings in the class.

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Printmaking: Intaglio on Plexi

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson

June 2 & 9 (Fridays)

Teens & Adults

5-8pm

$120 w/ $20 materials fee

Explore dry-point intaglio printmaking techniques. Work with a very user-friendly material for creating your imagery. Students will become familiar with the process of developing their imagery on plates and operating an intaglio press. We will create imagery on plates and approach a variety of printing and wiping techniques. There will be no acids or harsh chemicals used. Students will be working on acrylic plates with water-based inks and quality printmaking papers. Students will be able to further build upon these basic skills in future classes with additional platemaking and printing possibilities, and during Open Workshop sessions.

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Sip & Create! Collage 

Instructor: Larissa Grass

June 10 (Saturday)

Adults

7-9pm

$40

 

 

 

Enjoy a night out with friends while creating something amazing!

For this Sip & Create, students will be introduced to the basics of Collage! Learn how to create your own collages using supplies you can find all around you. There is absolutely no experience needed to take this out of the box workshop. Students will spend their time collaborating with friends and leave feeling empowered to continue creating at home!

This class is part of our Sip and Create series of workshops for Spring 2017. Enjoy some wine, snacks and the time to create with friends.

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Spring Fling Watercolor Workshop

Instructor: Janice Gabriel

June 4 (Sunday)

1-4pm

$60

 

Springtime is the perfect time to immerse yourself in the joy of watercolor painting. An awakening backyard garden, visits to garden nurseries or parks or even walk along the beach provide ideal subject matter. Let your creativity blossom!

Beginners, and those with some watercolor experience, may bring their own subject matter, or reference photographs. Some natural specimens, collected locally, will be provided as well. 

Create gifts or greeting cards for Easter, Passover, Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays, showers, or graduations. Students will have the opportunity to work on handmade paper produced here at the Gallery North Community Art Center. 

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Open Session Printmaking Workshop

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson and Print Monitor

Teens/Adults

$20 for 1 two hour session

June 7 (Wednesday) 2:30-4:30pm

Come, join us for an open printing session in the Community Art Center print workshop. Bring plates you would like to print or projects in progress to proof. We will have presses set up for relief work and intaglio printing. Come, bring a friend. Bring your favorite papers. Previous printmaking experience necessary.

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June 16 (Friday) 5:30-7:30

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Intro to Fused Glass Pendants

Instructor: Julianna Kirk

June 8 (Thursday)

Teen & Adults

2-5:30pm

$70 with $15 Materials Fee

Learn the medium of glass fusing! Create gifts. A directed class in making a glass pendant. Produce your first piece of glass jewelry for friends, family, or yourself. Fusing techniques in glass art will be taught and implemented. Experience the thrill of creating in this short, 31/2 hour workshop. All supplies are included and available. There is a $15.00 materials fee for this class. Learn about and appreciate this exciting medium.

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Digital Photography Forum 

Instructor: Miranda Gatewood

June 7, 14 & 21 (Wednesdays)

5:30-7:30pm

$120

Learn how to make great images in this 3-part digital photography forum for all levels that's fun and challenging. It involves participation, discussion, critique, a bit of history of the art, and a visual presentation that will incorporate student work in the second class. Each class presents a different theme: Composition and Basics; Critique and Collective Scrapbook; and Fabulous Photography Tricks. Bring images to the first class-- either as prints, on a flash drive, or links to online images—to be part of the next weeks meeting, the Critique and Collective Scrapbook class.

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Block Printing on Fabric

Instructor: Fernanda Vargas

June 10 (Saturday)

2-5pm

Adults/Teens

$60 w/ $10 materials fee

In this fun workshop, the students will learn the basics of carving and stamping and will carve their own rubber block. They will then print on paper to finally make a tote bag with their own colors and design. Come and make a new tote bag for this summer!

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Watercolors On Wednesdays w/ Espacia Maria

Instructor: Espacia Maria

June 14, 21 & 28 (Wednesdays)

Teen & Adults

12-3pm

$180

If you have never painted before or you have some instruction, you can learn how to capture the wonders of watercolors. I will guide you through the essentials of watercolor tools and techniques with demonstrations and individual attention. Students will learn about brush strokes, washes, mixes, blending and color theory. They will use watercolors to establish color and light, to work wet-on-wet, for texture, to suggest value changes, for negative painting with discussion on composition, as well as for focus and depth. Emphasis in this class is for individual instructional techniques to foster your ability. Students will complete several small paintings in the class. 

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Calligraphy Workshop

Instructor: Larissa Grass

June 16 (Friday) 

5-8pm

Adults/Teens

$60

Join artist Larissa Grass as she explores the art of handwriting. In this two hour workshop students will be introduced to the art of calligraphy. Explore the supplies and experiment with the technique as you perfect how you scribe the written word. No experience necessary, this is a beginner workshop. All materials included. 

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Papermaking Workshop

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson

June 17 (Saturday)

Teens/Adults

1-5:30

$90

 

Learn to make paper!

Handmade paper, enjoyed for its unique texture and organic qualities, may be used in the creation of other art works. In this workshop, participants will learn the basic process of western papermaking, and create a number of sheets that can be used with a variety of media. Abaca and cotton fiber will be used to create paper suitable for various printmaking techniques, as well as drawing and water-based painting. Students interested in adding texture and color color may bring in their own additives including fibers, dried plant materials, to incorporate into the paper pulp.

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Sip & Create! Mosaic

Instructor: Larissa Grass

July 7 (Friday)

Adults

7-9pm

$40

 

Enjoy a night out with friends while creating something amazing!

For this Sip & Create, students will be introduced to the basics of mosaics! Learn how to create your own mosaics using unique and colorful glass/tiles. There is absolutely no experience needed to take this exciting workshop. Students will spend their time collaborating with friends and leave feeling empowered to continue creating at home!

This class is part of our Sip and Create series of workshops for Spring 2017. Enjoy some wine, snacks and the time to create with friends.

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Enhance Your Drawing Skills

Instructor: Angela Stratton

TBA

 

What is drawing: The dictionary says it is the art of making a picture with a pencil. But it is so much more than that. Through movement, rhythm, light and shade, a simple or complex idea can be profound. This workshop will give you knowledge on how to create three dimensional form on a two dimensional picture frame. We will cover the use of different pencils, types of paper and various tools used in developing the drawing.

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Click here to learn more about Angela Stratton.


Introduction to Stencil Art

Instructor: Fernanda Vargas

TBA

 

Come and learn the basics of Stencil while creating your own apron!

Using geometrical shapes the students will create and cut their own stenciland, by repeating the element with various colors, stamp a unique pattern on an apron. They will take home their stencil too.

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Painterly Printmaking; Monotypes

Instructor: Qin Han

TBA

Make artistic discoveries through the creation of mono prints with Qin Han. Through experimentation and imagination this course will introduce you to the exciting possibilities of mono printing. Qin will share the basic materials and techniques needed to get you started giving demos along the way. Learn the reductive and additive processes while working with non toxic materials. 

All materials included. 

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Botanical Drawing 1

Instructor: Diane Barthel-Bouchier

TBA

 

In this course students will learn the fundamentals of botanical drawing that serve as the basis for all realistic botanical art.  Working simply with graphite pencil on paper, students will execute a series of exercises before moving on to techniques for rendering the great variety of leaves, stems, and roots, and, in the final session, the beauty of different flower forms.

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Click here for a list of dates and locations Diane's Traveling Exhibition of Native Plant Drawings.


Indigo Tie-Dye

Instructor: Fernanda Vargas

TBA

 

Create your own pillow cover with Indigo Tie-dye. In this fun class the students will learn with Fernanda Vargas interesting facts about this ancient way of dying textiles. Using strings and rubber bands and different materials such as wooden blocks and bottle caps they will obtain surprising shapes. To better understand the technique the artist will show some samples of tie-dye done in her own studio. It is a wondrous and rewarding experience!

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Introduction to Woodcarving

Instructor: Frank Napoli

TBA

 

The beginning student will be introduced to the basic carving tools and sharpening techniques in this beginners woodworking class. Each student will be show fundamental techniques, basic to all carving. Each student will complete 1-2 small projects of a sitting or standing dog. Each student will be provided with practice blocks to work on at home between classes. This is a hands on class where each student will be given the one on one instruction they need to feel empowered to carve on their own. 

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Pysanky Egg Decorating

Instructor: Larissa Grass

TBA

 

 

 

Design, Draw, Dip, Melt!

Join artist, Larissa Grass, as she explores the folk art of Pysanka! In this workshop students be introduced to the art of egg decorating. They will collaborate on design ideas and explore techniques. Come with tools if you have them and as many eggs as you like! Create eggs for friends or to keep as personal treasures. Materials fee covers your own personal Kistka for decorating!  Students will be given an introduction to the tools used, and helpful tips on how do continue creating at home. Any skill level welcome. If you have your own tools, of course, bring them! 

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Bookbinding Workshop

Instructor: Qin Han

TBA

This hands-on course provides students with the skills of book binding for artists books or personal albums. Traditional book formats and binding techniques will be presented, but emphasis will be on innovative uses of the book as a vehicle for ideas. You will produce your own boos or albums during this course. Good for gifts during the holiday season, for yourself or family. 

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Printmaking: Drypoint Techniques on Copper 

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson

TBA

 

 

 

Explore the exciting tactile qualities of developing line and tone on copper plates. This workshop will focus on creating imagery using a variety of drypoint tools including; etching needles, engraving burins, roulettes, mezzotint rockers, scrapers, and burnishers. Students will develop intaglio plates and print them on an etching press. There will be no acids or harsh chemicals used. Students will be printing with water-based as well as oil-based inks on quality printmaking papers.

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Acrylic Painting Workshop

Instructor: Bruce Lieberman

TBA

 

 

 

This painting workshop provides the student artist with the core training required to advance their skills as an artist. 

This exciting workshop, taught by artist Bruce Lieberman, offers students a chance to embrace the immediacy of painting in the alla prima technique. This method, in which paint is applied directly wet-on-wet to the canvas guides the artist to explore the fluidity of paint. The importance of mark making, materials, supports and techniques will all be demonstrated and discussed. 

Beginner and experienced students are welcome!

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Exploring Different Mediums

Instructor: Greg Furjanic

TBA

This class is for understanding new and unfamiliar mediums through experimentation and exploration. We will link personal work with historical references as well as current exhibitions.

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Life Drawing

Instructor: Greg Furjanic

TBA

 

This course is designed as an introduction to principles and concepts of figure drawing. This course will explore the foundations, emotional content and mastery of media that is necessary to render the human form.

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Young Printmakers; Intro to Printmaking

Instructor: Ana Castro

TBA

Ages 5-12

 

Young Printmakers: Intro to Printmaking will allow students to be introduced into the world of Printmaking. Students will have the opportunity to create their own work on Plexi-glass, an acrylic plate. Students will become familiarized with inking and wiping their plate with water-based inks. Last, but not least, getting the chance to use our intaglio presses with quality printmaking papers!

No experience required. Please bring a Sketchbook for your ideas!

Materials included. 


Felted Slippers

Instructor: Justine Moody

TBA

Ages 10+

Learn how to felt a cozy, long lasting home made pair of slippers.   Just like in the felted vessel class, we will use a resist form (a resist is used in felting to make three dimensional objects from a flat pattern).  We’ll cut out a shape based on your own foot size to felt a pair of one of a kind slippers, clogs, or booties.  These can be adorned with various luxury fibers, yarns and fabrics.  You’ll never buy slippers again!  Skill level: advanced beginner.

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Japanese Style Woodblock Printing, “Moku Hanga”

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson

TBA

Explore the possibilities of woodblock printmaking! This three-session workshop will provide an introduction to woodblock printmaking using the traditional Japanese approach to multiple block water-based printing. Students will learn to develop and cut their images, and print their blocks by hand using watercolors and traditional rice paste. Students will be printing on a variety of Japanese papers.

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Beading Workshop: Dazzling Pendant

Instructor: Peggy Stasi

TBA

Your family and friends will be dazzeled.                                                      You may even find yourself hasseled.                                                          This piece is a breeze.                                                                                  You'll make it with ease.                                                                                And I promise you'll never be frazzled.  


Workshop in Wax Resist Techniques

Instructor: Carole Turbin

TBA

Teens & Adults

 

This workshop is an introduction to using clear paraffin wax, black waterproof ink wash, pencil, compressed charcoal, and conte crayon to create dramatic images on paper. The technique lends itself to a combination of drawing, subtle tonal gradations, intense dark/ light contrasts, texture, and expressive use of an ink-filled brush and dark compressed charcoal. Students will be introduced to the varied work of other artists, learn the process for themselves, step-by-step, and produce their own work of art.

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Hand Colored Photography Workshop

Instructor: Marlene Weinstein

TBA

Teens & Adults

Turn your black and white photographs into one-of-a-kind artistic creations with a vintage flair! Instructor Marlene Weinstein will teach you how to hand  color your black and white digital photographs using PanPastels, the perfect modern pastel medium for painting photos.

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Felted Ruffle Scarf

Instructor: Justine Moody

TBA

Adults

Learn the fundamentals of layering your fibers directionally in order to create a scarf that will have a solid body with ruffled edges.  Your ruffles can be thick and full or light and airy, it’s your design!  We will learn how to incorporate small pieces of fabrics and luxury fibers into your felt.  

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Art Journaling

Instructor: Larissa Grass

TBA

Teens & Adults

 

Collage, Design & Collaborate!

This workshop,lead by artist Larissa Grass, shows students ways to turn their memories into art. During this four-hour class students will  learn how to bind their own visual journals and use their photos, ticket stubs and more to make a journal that is an extension of themselves.  Bring friends and make this more then just personal creative time….make it a memory! 

All supplies included. Please bring personal photos and memoirs to use as collage items in your journals.


Batik Color Wheel

Instructor: Fernanda Vargas

TBA

Ages 15+

This excellent color wheel class presents the students the moods and theory of color, using the ancient Indonesian Batik as a technique.

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Peyote Ring Workshop

Instructor: Peggy Stasi

TBA

Teens & Adults

"Peyote Ring" is a beginner project, appropriate for anyone can use a needle and thread. We will discuss the different types of thread commonly used, the various needles and appropriate use of each, the beads you are likely to be  interested in using as beginners, and finally, the basic Peyote stitch. 

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Relief Printmaking: Linoleum

Instructor: Lorena Salcedo-Watson

TBA

Teens & Adults

Explore a new graphic medium with relief printmaking! This three-session workshop will provide an introduction to linoleum printmaking. Students will learn to develop and cut their images, and print their blocks on an etching press. The final session will have students printing a small series of their images. Students will be printing with water-based inks on a variety of quality printmaking papers.

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Polymer Clay: Mokume Gane Workshop

Instructor: Justine Moody

TBA

This 17th century “wood grain” inspired design technique was originally developed in Japan as a way for creating decorative swords. This technique incorporates a stack of contrasting colors that are layered in thick or thin slices. Once the layers are stacked high enough to create a block, the block is then sliced along the side. Students will learn how to manipulate the layers to achieve a variety of different results. This technique provides ornate sheets of beautiful patterns that can for covering buttons, beads, pendants, pens, business card holders and so much more.

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We gratefully acknowledge the generous donations of equipment and supplies by the following donors. Their contributions and funding have allowed us to develop the diverse range of programs offered at the Community Art Center.

Thank You!

  • Ronne Cosel
  • Amytuttle on behalf of her mother, Ann Tuttle
  • Girl Scouts of Troop 592, Setauket: Cassidy Jansson, Christina Gross, Amy Lynch, Kayla Zorn, and Leaders: Kelly Lynch & Suzanne Zorn
  • Felicitas Wetter
  • Bill Goldston
  • May Schwartz
  • Harbor Country Day School
  • Neil Scholl
  • Barbara Meek
  • John and Janice Gabriel
  • Linda Davidson Matthew  
  • Diane Kind
  • Marina Labate

 

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