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Workshops and Classes at Open Space Arts

Open Space Arts offers art workshops and classes! So far, we have some adult classes lined up that may interest you, whether beginner or more experienced, be inspired or learn something new. Find the session(s) of interest and contact the art instructor directly for sign up or for more information. There is a minimum and maximum class size.

Click/hover on photo to view: Skill Level, age range, date(s) and supplies list instructions are noted. Contact the teacher to register or for more information. Current Classes: Watercolors, Basic Drawing, Pastel Drawing, Bob Ross Style Landscape, Fine Art Fundamentals

Waterscapes in Pastels Workshop with Michele Frantz
Fine Art Fundamentals for Adults and Teens with Elena Jochum
Basic Drawing with Penny Shaw
Let's Dew Things with Marni Maree
Painting Seascapes in Oil, Bob Ross Style with Scott McDonald

Register / Contact the Teacher through their website or email

Class Title
Teacher's Name
Contact Email
Class Dates and Times
URL
Waterscapes in Pastels Workshop
Michele Frantz
myarcadia2 at gmail.com
Sat. Nov. 12, 2022 1:00-4:00pm
https://www.ArcadiaArtStudio.com/instruction.html

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Staci B

The class was a lot of fun! Scott made the steps really easy to follow and didn’t rush the process.  All of the students were new to oil paints, and he made them much less intimidating.

I will definitely take another of his classes if offered.  10/6/2022

Eleanor M

I was at the Gallery on Saturday afternoon to learn Bob Ross painting techniques. It had been years since I used oils. Scott was a wonderful instructor. He explained everything in detail and demonstrated every technique we would need to make a lovely painting worthy of framing. I think everyone had a great time, as well.

Several of us asked if he'd be willing to teach another class in oils. Scott said he would try. I sure hope he does. I'll sign up again. 10/6/22

Anna G

Enjoyed the class with ELENA JOCHUM. She will have you doing exercises to reach your inner child on day one. Art is not clean, so be prepared to get your hands dirty. It won’t be art if you don’t get dirty. Love it!

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