february, 2022

10feb(feb 10)11:00 am17mar(mar 17)2:00 pmSketching the Masters with Dan Bondroff(february 10) 11:00 am - (march 17) 2:00 pm

Event Details

Thursdays, February 10 – March 17, 2022 | 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

With classic masterworks as the focus, students will learn how to recreate famous paintings in a way that is as beginner friendly as it is foundational. Basic sketches start in pencil and are then colored with marker. This way, students learn basic composition skills while simplifying complex images with a limited color palette.

Classes will be taught in the “draw along” style, where the instructor will draw the artwork while students follow along. There will be plenty of small breaks along the way to get one on one instruction, so everyone can do their best work. Beginners are welcome and encouraged to join. Most class projects will be completed in one day, with new projects beginning each class.

The program fee does not include materials. A list of suggested supplies will be provided before the start of the class.

Instructor Bio: Dan Bondroff has a B.S. in Art/Visual Communication from Towson University. Working with pastels, he enjoys capturing those often overlooked and fleeting moments that occur in the natural world. He also looks forward to guiding his students as they make their own discoveries.

Ticket Rates
Members $199 for all six sessions
Non-members $249 for all six sessions

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Tickets are nonrefundable. This class runs rain or shine.

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