Spend time in the galleries as well as the art studios. In the galleries students focus on observational drawing inspired by artworks from different cultures and historical time periods. Study techniques used by various artists and learn about art movements and their impact and importance.
In the studio further develop concepts and themes observed in the galleries through still lifes, landscapes, portraits, and abstraction. Formal elements such as shape, composition, line, color, rhythm, and pattern will be addressed. Students are encouraged to make decisions in their art work and move towards a personal interpretation and expression while working in the medium of their choice (oil, acrylic, ink, collage.)
Students are responsible for providing their own supplies. View the supply list.
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About the Instructor
Linda Hoetink is a practicing artist, textile designer, and teacher. She received a BA in Literature and Languages from Bennington College and an MFA in Painting and Art Education from the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. For the past 20 years, she has taught art at both undergraduate and graduate levels and to both children and adults. Her drawings, paintings, and textiles have been exhibited extensively in Amsterdam and London.