Due to Covid-19 many workshops and exhibits have been canceled. Some exhibits have turned into online exhibits, and some artist-teachers are offering online classes.
EVENT NOW ONLINE:
GCVAA (Gibson County Visual Arts Assoc.) 20th National Exhibition
Juror Kathleen Conover has made her decisions, and you can see the collection of beautiful paintings, including outstanding award-winners, at gcvaa.org: 2020 GCVAA Online Exhibition.
Virtual Art Lessons with Alan Shuptrine
With most everyone being stuck in their homes, Shuptrine’s Studio felt you would appreciate learning about this opportunity. Alan offers online critique of your works, help with techniques, FaceTime or Skype workshops, as well as one-on-one instructional time.
Instruction or Critique Days: Tuesdays and Fridays, between the hours of 8am (EST) – 4pm (EST)
Cost: $50 for every half hour, $100 per hour, or $275 for 3 hours.
To set up a time or ask questions: Contact Rachelle Haddock at email@example.com
Virtual Classes with Joy Neasley: Watercolor Wildlife Paint-a-longs and Nature Journaling
Level: Beginner, intermediate
Instructor: Joy Neasley
Location: Joy’s Skillshare Channel
Dates and Times: Anytime, new classes added regularly
Cost: Subscription based. The first two months are free with link to Joy’s Skillshare Channel. Can cancel at any time.
Description: Learn to paint watercolor wildlife by painting along with Joy. Preliminary sketches and reference photos are provided for each class. Supply videos are included with each video along with Joy’s palette choice; however, you are free to use what you have on hand and are comfortable using.
- Each of Joy’s classes contains a resource section as well as a project section to post progress and finished artwork.
- Each of Joy’s classes contains a discussion section to work with one another or to ask questions and receive help as needed.