Classes, Workshops & Events
Portraiture Class for Teens and Adults at Plumb Arts
Abstract Expressive Art for Adults
Want to learn about line form and color through playful projects that will liberate your creativity? This is the class for you!
Student work. About Face!
Each student will begin the week by creating a whimsical clay mask with special attention on the proportions of the skull. Next is a mixed media collage of facial features. With our newly acquired skills we will choose a portrait from art history to paint as a class.
Suess camp at Plumb Arts
We will travel through the imagination of Dr. Seuss learning about drawing and color as we go! By identifying and arranging simple shapes we will learn how to draw our favorite Seuss characters. Next students will be introduced to the color wheel and paint mixtures to create our own Seuss inspired landscapes.
Mythical Beasts, Creatures and Lands
Let’s explore the land of Narnia finding amazing vistas and creatures as we journey through The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe! We will draw, paint and use mixed media to create C.S. Lewis inspired Winter and Springtime landscapes, mythical beasts and majestic castles.
“Do Millennials Still Like Pink?”
6 - 10pm
Artist reception, open studio night & INDIEana Handicraft Exchange Winter Show
6 - 10pm
TINY VIII at Gallery 924 includes hundreds of small pieces of original art by central Indiana artists. All media, all styles, all 6" x 6" x 6" or smaller, and many for $100 or less. This is the perfect time for first-time art buyers to start a collection or for seasoned gallery goers to purchase holiday gifts and discover new artists.
Form and Value. Proportion and Features. Scale. Final Project.
We will explore the symbolic interpretations, design elements and color palette of cave paintings discovered by two children in Lascaux France. After learning to see forms and colors, students will reproduce an actual cave painting and finally develop a piece of their own.
Elements of Design and Color Theory for Kids
Kids and art go together but there comes a time for some when insecurities set in with exclamations of “I can’t draw”!
Many times children try to make a perfect replica of something they see in life only to be disappointed with the results. Frustration replaces the fun and freedom they once had! In reality learning to draw is much like playing an instrument. No one sits down and instantly plays a song before first learning the scales. Learning to see with the tools learned and practice of basic elements of design and color are the scales for future success as an artist!
The Middle Ages through Giotto
We will study the shifting style of painting by Giotto who bridged the gap between the symbol based Middle Ages to the classical revival of The Renaissance. Giotto was the first in a movement of painters who turned flat iconic images into three dimensional forms by using values from light to dark. Students will do two self portraits- the first in the iconographic style of the Middle Ages and the second using the perceptive use of light to create volume in the style early Renaissance.