This fall class is now closed for registration. Winter session will go on sale December 1 for classes starting in January.
Dates: Wednesday, Ten-week session, Oct 3 to Dec 19 (No class Oct 17 and Nov 21)
Course Description: Beginners discover the potential of the medium while exploring color, composition, form, and light. Advanced students work from still life, landscape, and personal imagery. You may bring your own supplies; a list of required materials is distributed during first class.
Instructor: Bill Commerford
Bill Commerford has taught core and graduate subjects at the Boston University School of Fine and Applied Art, where he received his BFA in advertising design and his MFA. He has also taught a History of Modern Art class at Boston State as well as Illustration, Design, and Typography at Massachusetts College of Art. He was the award-winning typographic director of the world-famous "T.J. Lyon’s Antique Type Collection," and one of his dozens of watercolors, “The Third Moose,” was published in Yankee magazine’s anthology “The Best of Fifty Years.” A twenty-year teacher of watercolor and water media at the MFA, Bill is also a principal of FIVESEVENDELLE, a premiere Boston alternative art space providing exhibitions and community interactive opportunities for artists and local institutions in the Mission Hill neighborhood.