Portfolio Development is for students who are serious about making art and those who plan to build visual portfolios for private school admission or college level admission. Serious students of any age can build a portfolio, as it is a body of work that shows an understanding of drawing, painting, composition, and concept. Students will be encouraged to explore new techniques, strengthen their understanding of mediums, and develop conceptual work that is meaningful to them.

Portfolio Development is for students who are serious about making art and those who plan to build visual portfolios for private school admission or college level admission. Serious students of any age can build a portfolio, as it is a body of work that shows an understanding of drawing, painting, composition, and concept. Students will be encouraged to explore new techniques, strengthen their understanding of mediums, and develop conceptual work that is meaningful to them.

Portfolio Development is for students who are serious about making art and those who plan to build visual portfolios for private school admission or college level admission. Serious students of any age can build a portfolio, as it is a body of work that shows an understanding of drawing, painting, composition, and concept. Students will be encouraged to explore new techniques, strengthen their understanding of mediums, and develop conceptual work that is meaningful to them.

Portfolio Development is for students who are serious about making art and those who plan to build visual portfolios for private school admission or college level admission. Serious students of any age can build a portfolio, as it is a body of work that shows an understanding of drawing, painting, composition, and concept. Students will be encouraged to explore new techniques, strengthen their understanding of mediums, and develop conceptual work that is meaningful to them.

Watercolor has a reputation of being hard to control, with precision and detail difficult to attain. In this course, Lowell-based illustrator and painter Ashley Eisenman will help students to “learn to let go” and embrace watercolor painting as expressive, versatile, and fun. Through a varied set of classes, students will gain skills in the fundamentals of watercolor painting and composition, sketching, color mixing and choice, and how to create representational pieces from abstract beginnings. Students will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of subjects including abstract expressions, portraits of humans and animals, and pop-art.

Fine Arts for Middle Schoolers: Cultivating personal expression, creative problem solving, and a community of young artists. Fine Arts for Middle Schoolers is an opportunity for middle school students to cultivate their own creativity and personal expression while learning about various art mediums and techniques. Students will be introduced to contemporary artists to deepen their awareness of what it means to be an artist. Creative problem solving and artistic risks will be encouraged while building a community of inclusion and understanding.

Portfolio Development is for students who are serious about making art and those who plan to build visual portfolios for private school admission or college level admission. Serious students of any age can build a portfolio, as it is a body of work that shows an understanding of drawing, painting, composition, and concept. Students will be encouraged to explore new techniques, strengthen their understanding of mediums, and develop conceptual work that is meaningful to them.

Watercolor has a reputation of being hard to control, with precision and detail difficult to attain. In this course, Lowell-based illustrator and painter Ashley Eisenman will help students to “learn to let go” and embrace watercolor painting as expressive, versatile, and fun. Through a varied set of classes, students will gain skills in the fundamentals of watercolor painting and composition, sketching, color mixing and choice, and how to create representational pieces from abstract beginnings. Students will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of subjects including abstract expressions, portraits of humans and animals, and pop-art.

Fine Arts for Middle Schoolers: Cultivating personal expression, creative problem solving, and a community of young artists. Fine Arts for Middle Schoolers is an opportunity for middle school students to cultivate their own creativity and personal expression while learning about various art mediums and techniques. Students will be introduced to contemporary artists to deepen their awareness of what it means to be an artist. Creative problem solving and artistic risks will be encouraged while building a community of inclusion and understanding.

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