8/13/15

Advanced Pastel Class Offered



Many have asked if I would teach an advanced series of classes on pastel at the Oregon Society of Artists. Plans have been set for a 7 week series offered in the Fall on Tuesday mornings that offers a different approach to pastels focusing on the medium and all it's unique properties. Here are the details:

7-week Advanced Pastel Class


$325.00
Location: Oregon Society of Artists
2185 SW Park Place
Portland Oregon 97205
United States
This 7-week series will cover the finer points of pastel painting, including making hand rolled pastels, sanded boards, self portraiture, still life, plein air, and the ever popular timed starts. This series will be offered once a year for 7 consecutive weeks with the exception of October 20th due to instructor absence. The student must display the knowledge and skills based upon previous lessons, experience and instructor approval.  This is a great course for those who wish to push the medium on a broader level,  who have taken my course in prior workshop settings, and wish to continue their education with me.

Session:  7 weeks
Where:  Oregon Society of Artists, downstairs studio.
Dates: Tuesdays, Sept 22 - Nov 1o, 2015   NO CLASS on Oct 20th.
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost: $325 (includes $35 year membership to OSA) $290 for OSA Members
Easels provided unless you wish to bring your own portable easel.
Student to teacher ratio: 1: 9
You will need to bring your own supplies. (supply list below)
You MUST be a member of the Oregon Society of Artists to take advantage of this opportunity. Membership is $35. and is added into the class fee, giving you all membership benefits. If you are already a OSA member, then the fee will be $290 for the 7 weeks.

Download Registration Form HERE
Download Supply List HERE

Thanks and hope to see a few of you joining in with me on this wonderful adventure!

~ Brenda

2 comments:

julie said...

No supply list

Brenda Boylan said...

Thanks Julie,
I fixed the problem. Had trouble getting that one file correctly uploaded to the site. Looks like it is running now. Thanks, Brenda