Classes

General Class Information:

ATTENTION
  • For classes in the building, masks are required, unless as directed by a physician. All OHA Guidelines are being followed for your protection.
  • All "Online" classes are being conducted via the Zoom platform.  Instructors will send the "invitation to join" via email prior to class.  In that email, you will simply click the link to join "the meeting" and enabale your audio. If you have trouble please give us a call.

As well as quality instruction from experienced artists, OSA Members have the opportunity to show their work in the OSA Gallery. For exhibit schedules and guidelines, see our Gallery Events page

To meet the OSA Instructors, please click here
Scholarships are available.  Please click here for the application.

Classes are Nonrefundable. Please connect with your instructor to make-up class dates within the same term.




Class Prices are listed with:  OSA-Member Price first  |  followed by Non-Member Price 

When you enroll in Classes or Workshops, you will be asked to log in or create an account.  After creating an account, you will be able to look up and make changes to your registration history and account information.

We thank you for your patience as we refine the appearance and function of our Class and Workshop pages to serve you better!


You may limit the list of classes by selecting filters below:


All Media

Open Studios: All Levels and All Mediums Welcome
Instructor: Rotating Facilitator

Mondays, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 4, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS

Winter Term: Jan 4 - April 5

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Limit of 8 students to keep appropriate social distancing. Please wear your mask.

OSA offers drop-in open studio sessions for artists from all over to work in community for an afternoon each week. Come join us in these relaxed, self directed studio sessions for community and feedback with fellow artists. All mediums and abilities are welcome. The primary facilitators for this term are Michael Musto and Jack Robinson.


Entire Series:
Member $ 115.00 | Non-Member $ 150.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 10.00 | Non-Member $ 12.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 18
Jan 25
Feb 01
Feb 08
Feb 15
Feb 22
Mar 01
Mar 08
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 29
Apr 05




After School Arts
Instructor: Randall Vemer

Tuesdays, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 5, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Jan 5 - April 6

Skill Level: All, Ages 12-16
Drop-ins Welcome

Learn to draw, sketch, paint or collage in this after school art program. Each week will focus on a different medium taught by an OSA instructor. This class is perfect for students ages 12-16. All skill levels are welcome. Supplies included. Scholarships available. All students will be required to wear a mask, and everone will be spaced according to social distance guidelines. 

Supply List:

18*24" Newsprint Pad
Soft vine or willow charcoal (not compressed)
Brown and White Acrylic paint for underpainting
2-3 acrylic or oil brushes different sizes



Entire Series:
Member $ 190.00 | Non-Member $ 190.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 15.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 19
Jan 26
Feb 02
Feb 09
Feb 16
Feb 23
Mar 02
Mar 09
Mar 16
Mar 23
Mar 30
Apr 06




Expressive Painting, session 1
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 1: Jan 9 - Feb 20
Saturdays, 1:00 - 4:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)
Zoom all levels (online) painting class for portrait, floral and landscape (or subject of
your choice), oil, gouache and watercolor. All levels and paint mediums welcome (small
group class for like medium and subject matter). 8 class series includes: materials list,
palette layout, planning paintings (photography, still life set up, & fundamentals)
expressive mark making, and advanced painting techniques. In the virtual classroom
students work at their own pace with individual instruction, critique and optional
homework. Audit your first class and sign up for the series to stay on a progressive track
learning the stages of making a painting and goal-setting (2 make-up sessions
available) or drop-in as you can (must RSVP for class link).
If you would like to try out a class or purchase the series(8 for $160 member,
nonmember $200) email joradarts@gmail.com for a free introduction and supply list.
Come prepared to draw, paint and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction
will be announced and recorded to refer back to.
Use what you have and/or contact the instructor before you purchase new materials!

Zoom (online) painting class for portrait, floral and landscape (or subject of your choice), oil, gouache and watercolor (small group break away class available for like medium and subject matter). In this virtual classroom students work at their own pace with individual instruction, critique and optional homework. Audit your first class and sign up for the series to stay on a progressive track learning the stages of making a painting and goal-setting (2 make-up sessions available) or drop-in as you can (must RSVP for class link). If you would like to try out a class or purchase the series email joradarts@gmail.com for a free introduction. Come prepared to draw, paint and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction will be announced and recorded to refer back to. Each 7-week series will cover idea, concept and design planning, alla prima painting, color mixing, and expressive mark making. Come prepared to draw, paint, and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction will be announced as recordings to refer back to. Email me at joradarts@gmail.com for an invite to our virtual classroom facebook page to see what we are doing!


Entire Series:
Member $ 140.00 | Non-Member $ 175.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan 30
Feb 06
Feb 13
Feb 20




The Making of Poetry
Instructor: Diane Corson

Saturdays, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 16, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

This in-person 6-week course on poetry will begin by discussing the history of poetry from classical to contemporary free form and found poetry. Students will work in an interactive setting by creating a hand-bound collective classroom chapbook as well as working independently. Poetry is another tool for artists to use in a uniquely individual way.


Entire Series:
Member $ 120.00 | Non-Member $ 150.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 20.00 | Non-Member $ 25.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan 30
Feb 06
Feb 13
Feb 20




Expressive Painting, session 2
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 2: Feb 27 - April 10
Saturdays, 1:00 - 4:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)
Zoom all levels (online) painting class for portrait, floral and landscape (or subject of
your choice), oil, gouache and watercolor. All levels and paint mediums welcome (small
group class for like medium and subject matter). 8 class series includes: materials list,
palette layout, planning paintings (photography, still life set up, & fundamentals)
expressive mark making, and advanced painting techniques. In the virtual classroom
students work at their own pace with individual instruction, critique and optional
homework. Audit your first class and sign up for the series to stay on a progressive track
learning the stages of making a painting and goal-setting (2 make-up sessions
available) or drop-in as you can (must RSVP for class link).
If you would like to try out a class or purchase the series(8 for $160 member,
nonmember $200) email joradarts@gmail.com for a free introduction and supply list.
Come prepared to draw, paint and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction
will be announced and recorded to refer back to.
Use what you have and/or contact the instructor before you purchase new materials!

Zoom (online) painting class for portrait, floral and landscape (or subject of your choice), oil, gouache and watercolor (small group break away class available for like medium and subject matter). In this virtual classroom students work at their own pace with individual instruction, critique and optional homework. Audit your first class and sign up for the series to stay on a progressive track learning the stages of making a painting and goal-setting (2 make-up sessions available) or drop-in as you can (must RSVP for class link). If you would like to try out a class or purchase the series email joradarts@gmail.com for a free introduction. Come prepared to draw, paint and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction will be announced and recorded to refer back to. Each 7-week series will cover idea, concept and design planning, alla prima painting, color mixing, and expressive mark making. Come prepared to draw, paint, and take some notes. Some demos and class instruction will be announced as recordings to refer back to. Email me at joradarts@gmail.com for an invite to our virtual classroom facebook page to see what we are doing!


Entire Series:
Member $ 140.00 | Non-Member $ 175.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 27
Mar 06
Mar 13
Mar 20
Mar 27
Apr 03
Apr 10
  



Colored Pencil

Botanical Drawing: Study One Subject through the Year
Instructor: Janet Parker





Take the time to observe and draw from the beautiful natural world around you. Roughly each month, we’ll focus on a different plant
subject, throughout the month. Along the way we’ll explore using different techniques and materials, always reviewing basic principles
for drawing realistically. Each class will include some demonstration, along with the goal of giving students plenty of time to draw in
class. I also encourage students to keep a botanical themed sketchbook for work in and outside of the classroom. To learn more about
what’s planned for each class, please contact Janet for a schedule. jkp920@gmail.com
Online Zoom Class
Winter Term: Jan 4 & 25, Feb 8 & 22, Mar 8 & 22, Apr 5 & 19
1:00 - 2:30pm
Skill Level: All
No drop-ins

In this course, each student will choose one plant to study throughout its growth cycle. 

Year-Round Botanical Study continues for those students interested in preparing art for the 2021 Wild Treasures show.

To learn more about what’s planned for each class, please contact Janet for the course schedule. jkp920@gmail.com

Price: Member $ 200.00 | Non-Member $ 300.00





Drawing a bulb flower from blossom to roots
Instructor: Janet Parker





Take the time to observe and draw from the beautiful natural world around you. Roughly each month, we’ll focus on a different plant
subject, throughout the month. Along the way we’ll explore using different techniques and materials, always reviewing basic principles
for drawing realistically. Each class will include some demonstration, along with the goal of giving students plenty of time to draw in
class. I also encourage students to keep a botanical themed sketchbook for work in and outside of the classroom. To learn more about
what’s planned for each class, please contact Janet for a schedule. jkp920@gmail.com
Online Zoom Class
Winter Term: Jan 11, Feb 1 & 15, Mar 1, 15, & 29, and Apr 12
1:00 - 2:30pm
Skill Level: Beginner and Intermediate
No drop-ins

This is a new class which will generally meet every other week. Ideally we'll start with tulips - cut flowers in the first class, then move to working with a potted plant grown from a bulb for the next meeting. • Start with drawing the buds and blossoms, • then adding the leaves, • then removing from the soil to draw the bulb and roots. • then putting all the elements together We'll work with the same potted plant for as long as it lasts, and likely, get a new one to last through mid April. We’ll work on large paper ideally, and build up study sheets. This class will meet 7 times.


Price: Member $ 210.00 | Non-Member $ 280.00


Click for Supply List


Drawing

Realistic Head and Figure Drawing/Painting (part of Art 101 series)
Instructor: Randall Vemer





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 7 - April 8
Thursdays, 1:00PM - 3:00PM

Skill Level: All
No drop-ins

The Head and Figure 122 (2nd part of ART 101 series) The head and figure have a special place in art. Free up your drawing with gesture, slow down and see the nuance. Draw natural looking figures that look balanced. Figure art is a rich subject and rewarding to the artist. Randall is a classically trained musician who brings that to his painting.

Supply list:
  • 18" x 24" drawing pad
  • charcoal
  • rag

Price: Member $ 200.00 | Non-Member $ 282.00





Life Drawing with Instruction session 1
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term session 1: Jan 8 - Feb 19
Fridays, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)
Zoom class with nude and some clothed figure program, lots of poses. Learn to sketch fast to
get the essence of the figure. 30 second to 10-minute poses to start. You will learn the
fundamentals of drawing the figure in the context of a virtual life drawing session with
demonstrations of the various techniques. Perfect for learning to put the figures you see into
your landscape paintings. As the class progresses, I will add a supply list. To start all you need is
a ballpoint pen and paper or charcoal, pencil, pen…anything you want to draw with. 9-9:45am
instruction & 10:00 to 12:00 draw as a group without instruction to practice what you have
learned. Enter the classroom at 8:45. You will email a couple of your drawings for critique,
corrections and practice sessions.
RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com

This online Zoom class incorporates figure drawing with nude and clothed figures, as well as a variety of poses. You will learn the fundamentals of drawing the figure in the context of a virtual life drawing session with demonstrations of various techniques. As the class progresses, the instructor will add a supply list. To start, all you need is somthing to draw with and a pad of paper. Students will email a couple of drawings for critique, corrections and practice sessions. RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com


Entire Series:
Member $ 80.00 | Non-Member $ 105.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 20.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 15
Jan 22
Jan 29
Feb 05
Feb 12
Feb 19




Life Drawing Open Studio, session 1
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Life drawing is back online. $5 $7 non-member 10-12 on Friday’s
Zoom Session: Poses will run like a regular life drawing session. Google how to screen mirror to
your television so you can set up an easel. I have been happy with a sketchbook and pencil in
front of my computer screen but eager to get some bigger drawings going. Join Studio One
Eleven at OSA on Facebook and I will start posting our drawings again. Just send me your fav’s.
RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.comONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term session 1: Jan 8 - Feb 19
Fridays, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)

Life drawing is online! Poses will run like a regular life drawing session with timed poses of varied lengths & regular long poses. Students have the option to screen mirror to a television so it is easier to work from an easel. A sketchbook and computer is also a great option for working on a smaller scale. RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com

Entire Series:
Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 35.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 5.00 | Non-Member $ 7.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 15
Jan 22
Jan 29
Feb 05
Feb 12
Feb 19




Life Drawing with Instruction session 2
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman

Fridays, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Class Starts on Feb 26, 2021
Location:

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term session 2: Feb 26 - April 9
Fridays, 9:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)
Zoom class with nude and some clothed figure program, lots of poses. Learn to sketch fast to
get the essence of the figure. 30 second to 10-minute poses to start. You will learn the
fundamentals of drawing the figure in the context of a virtual life drawing session with
demonstrations of the various techniques. Perfect for learning to put the figures you see into
your landscape paintings. As the class progresses, I will add a supply list. To start all you need is
a ballpoint pen and paper or charcoal, pencil, pen…anything you want to draw with. 9-9:45am
instruction & 10:00 to 12:00 draw as a group without instruction to practice what you have
learned. Enter the classroom at 8:45. You will email a couple of your drawings for critique,
corrections and practice sessions.
RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com

This online Zoom class incorporates figure drawing with nude and clothed figures, as well as a variety of poses. You will learn the fundamentals of drawing the figure in the context of a virtual life drawing session with demonstrations of various techniques. As the class progresses, the instructor will add a supply list. To start, all you need is somthing to draw with and a pad of paper. Students will email a couple of drawings for critique, corrections and practice sessions. RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com


Entire Series:
Member $ 80.00 | Non-Member $ 105.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 20.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 26
Mar 05
Mar 12
Mar 19
Mar 26
Apr 02
Apr 09
  




Life Drawing Open Studio, session 2
Instructor: Joanne R. Kollman





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Life drawing is back online. $5 $7 non-member 10-12 on Friday’s
Zoom Session: Poses will run like a regular life drawing session. Google how to screen mirror to
your television so you can set up an easel. I have been happy with a sketchbook and pencil in
front of my computer screen but eager to get some bigger drawings going. Join Studio One
Eleven at OSA on Facebook and I will start posting our drawings again. Just send me your fav’s.
RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.comONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term session 2: Feb 26 - April 9
Fridays, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (please RSVP)

Life drawing is online! Poses will run like a regular life drawing session with timed poses of varied lengths & regular long poses. Students have the option to screen mirror to a television so it is easier to work from an easel. A sketchbook and computer is also a great option for working on a smaller scale. RSVP for class Zoom links joradarts@gmail.com

Entire Series:
Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 35.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 5.00 | Non-Member $ 7.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 26
Mar 05
Mar 12
Mar 19
Mar 26
Apr 02
Apr 09
  



Mixed Media

Brush Lettering & Ornamentation
Instructor: Nicole Poole

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 8, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio B

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Jan 8 and 15
Fridays, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Using a variety of brush tools students will learn the modern brush style lettering that is very popular today. Learning to use the brush pens and how to manipulate them we will explore line variation and the curvature and bounce of letters. Students will learn how to ornament their lettering work with colored brush pens to create beautiful finished pieces.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered online on Zoom the same dates but at 3:00pm - 5:00pm (discounted price of $35 for memberd and $40 for non-members per class). Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706

Create an illustrated and hand lettered family tree. 

Beginning with a mapped plan of  your family lineage we will design and create an illustrated family history. 


Entire Series:
Member $ 80.00 | Non-Member $ 90.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 15
  




Brush Lettering & Ornamentation ONLINE
Instructor: Nicole Poole





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: Jan 8 and 15
Fridays, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Using a variety of brush tools students will learn the modern brush style lettering that is very popular today. Learning to use the brush pens and how to manipulate them we will explore line variation and the curvature and bounce of letters. Students will learn how to ornament their lettering work with colored brush pens to create beautiful finished pieces.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered as an in-studio class at OSA the same dates but at 9:30am - 12:30pm. Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706

Create an illustrated and hand lettered family tree. 

Beginning with a mapped plan of  your family lineage we will design and create an illustrated family history. 


Entire Series:
Member $ 70.00 | Non-Member $ 80.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 35.00 | Non-Member $ 40.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Jan 15
  




Sketchbook Illustration with Fude Pens & Watercolor
Instructor: Nicole Poole

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Feb 5, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio B

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Feb 5, 12, and 19
Fridays, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Capture your life’s moments into a personal sketchbook using a fudenosuke brush pen and watercolors. We will explore these two mediums and how they successfully interplay by learning different techniques to create beautiful colored illustrations. Also discussed will be the addition of hand-lettered text in your pages and how to create your own small kit to make your sketchbook practice a simple and accessible pleasure anywhere you go.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered online on Zoom the same dates but at 3:00pm - 5:00pm (discounted price of $35 for memberd and $40 for non-members per class). Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706

Create an illustrated and hand lettered family tree. 

Beginning with a mapped plan of  your family lineage we will design and create an illustrated family history. 


Entire Series:
Member $ 120.00 | Non-Member $ 135.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 05
Feb 12
Feb 19




Sketchbook Illustration with Fude Pens & Watercolor ONLINE
Instructor: Nicole Poole

Fridays, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Class Starts on Feb 5, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio B

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: Feb 5, 12, and 19
Fridays, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Capture your life’s moments into a personal sketchbook using a fudenosuke brush pen and watercolors. We will explore these two mediums and how they successfully interplay by learning different techniques to create beautiful colored illustrations. Also discussed will be the addition of hand-lettered text in your pages and how to create your own small kit to make your sketchbook practice a simple and accessible pleasure anywhere you go.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered as an in-studio class at OSA the same dates but at 9:30am - 12:30pm. Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706

Create an illustrated and hand lettered family tree. 

Beginning with a mapped plan of  your family lineage we will design and create an illustrated family history. 


Entire Series:
Member $ 105.00 | Non-Member $ 120.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 35.00 | Non-Member $ 40.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 05
Feb 12
Feb 19




Chapbooks & Zines
Instructor: Nicole Poole

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Feb 26, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio B

Make your own little self-publishable book! Chapbooks and zines are small books containing
stories, poems, illustrations, recipes, visual collections, mini manifestoes, artworks… anything
really. These little books may be as simple or complex as it’s creator intends. A variety of art
materials will be discussed and explored to help each student determine the style and materials
they will use to bring their subject to life and create their book. Each project will be planned and
organized into a dummy book to use as a guide for creating your own finished book.
IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Feb 26, March 5 and 12
Fridays, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Make your own little self-publishable book! Chapbooks and zines are small books containing stories, poems, illustrations, recipes, visual collections, mini manifestoes, artworks… anything really. These little books may be as simple or complex as it’s creator intends. A variety of art materials will be discussed and explored to help each student determine the style and materials they will use to bring their subject to life and create their book. Each project will be planned and organized into a dummy book to use as a guide for creating your own finished book.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered online on Zoom the same dates but at 3:00pm - 5:00pm (discounted price of $35 for memberd and $40 for non-members per class). Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706


Entire Series:
Member $ 120.00 | Non-Member $ 135.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 26
Mar 05
Mar 12




Chapbooks & Zines ONLINE
Instructor: Nicole Poole





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: Feb 26, March 5 and 12
Fridays, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Make your own little self-publishable book! Chapbooks and zines are small books containing stories, poems, illustrations, recipes, visual collections, mini manifestoes, artworks… anything really. These little books may be as simple or complex as it’s creator intends. A variety of art materials will be discussed and explored to help each student determine the style and materials they will use to bring their subject to life and create their book. Each project will be planned and organized into a dummy book to use as a guide for creating your own finished book.

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered as an in-studio class at OSA the same dates but at 9:30am - 12:30pm. Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706

Create an illustrated and hand lettered family tree. 

Beginning with a mapped plan of  your family lineage we will design and create an illustrated family history. 


Entire Series:
Member $ 105.00 | Non-Member $ 120.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 35.00 | Non-Member $ 40.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 26
Mar 05
Mar 12




Linoleum & Stamp Carving
Instructor: Nicole Poole

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Mar 19, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio B

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: March 19, 26 and April 2
Fridays, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Using easy-to-carve soft blocks students will learn to design and cut with a simple tool to create
block prints and stamps that can be used many times. We will begin with abstract cuts to create
eye-pleasing repeat patterns as well as a planned "picture block” subject. A satisfying process, the
blocks cut like butter and print with ease!

Using easy-to-carve soft blocks students will learn to design and cut with a simple tool to create block prints and stamps that can be used many times. We will begin with abstract cuts to create eye-pleasing repeat patterns as well as a planned "picture block” subject. A satisfying process, the blocks cut like butter and print with ease!

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered online on Zoom the same dates but at 3:00pm - 5:00pm (discounted price of $35 for memberd and $40 for non-members per class). Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706


Entire Series:
Member $ 120.00 | Non-Member $ 135.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Mar 19
Mar 26
Apr 02




Linoleum & Stamp Carving ONLINE
Instructor: Nicole Poole





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: March 19, 26 and April 2
Fridays, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Using easy-to-carve soft blocks students will learn to design and cut with a simple tool to create
block prints and stamps that can be used many times. We will begin with abstract cuts to create
eye-pleasing repeat patterns as well as a planned "picture block” subject. A satisfying process, the
blocks cut like butter and print with ease!

Using easy-to-carve soft blocks students will learn to design and cut with a simple tool to create block prints and stamps that can be used many times. We will begin with abstract cuts to create eye-pleasing repeat patterns as well as a planned "picture block” subject. A satisfying process, the blocks cut like butter and print with ease!

Please contact the instructor for your suggested materials list or any questions: lionandpoppy@gmail.com

Follow her on Instagram @lionandpoppy

This class is also offered as an in-studio class at OSA the same dates but at 9:30am - 12:30pm. Please reach out to the office if you have trouble finding the online version on this class page. (503) 228-0706


Entire Series:
Member $ 105.00 | Non-Member $ 120.00




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Mar 26
Apr 02



Painting

Oil Painting Success, Saturdays
Instructor: Dorothy Fitzgerald

Saturdays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 2, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Jan 9 - April 10

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome

Come learn the different techniques of oil painting. Students will explore color, brush techniques, and different painting surfaces. Paint subjects that are exciting! - Each student selects their own inspiration. The instructor will help each student individually to achieve a great painting.

To sign up for Dorothy's class online, you need to select the individual drop in dates that you you would like to attend. Dorothy does not bill her classes on a full semester basis. 

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Per Class Fee | Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
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Jan 23
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Feb 06
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Mar 06
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Apr 10
  




Still Life Painting in the Realist Style, Session I
Instructor: Joanne Mehl

Mondays, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 4, 2021
Location:

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session I: Jan 4 - Feb 15
Mondays, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome

Using daily demonstrations and critiques, Joanne will show students how to paint a realist still life through Zoom. Utilizing these integral steps: set up, lighting, initial lay-in of painting, paint handling techniques, color mixing, design considerations, varying styles, and finishing touches. Students can choose to paint along with Joanne or simply watch her demo.

Questions? Email me at joannemehl@comcast.net

For more about your instructor, please visit: www.joannemehl.com


Entire Series:
Member $ 175.00 | Non-Member $ 210.00



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Veterans Art Class
Instructor: Steve C. Kleier

Mondays, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 4, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS

Winter Term: Jan 4 - April 5
Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome

We are proud to offer this free art class to any US military veteran. The class is designed to expose student to traditional drawing and painting techniques in a relaxed environment. The class is drop in and scheduled in an 10 week series. Materials provided. This will be an in person class at the OSA studio. Please wear a face mask and social distance.


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Mar 01
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Apr 05




Fundamentals of Watercolor Painting
Instructor: Yong Hong Zhong





Online Zoom Class
Winter Term: Jan 4 - Feb 22
Mondays, 10:00am - 1:00pm
Skill Level: All
No Drop-ins

This course will cover the basic fundamentals of painting using mostly watercolor and charcoal. The class will
explore the following concepts in detail each week: simplification, values, shapes, colors, edges, light and shadow,
composition and visual structures. There will be a short lecture in the beginning of every class follows by a
demonstration. Sudents will then start hands on exercises. Each class will end the class with a short critique.
This course will cover the basic fundamentals of paintings using mostly watercolor and charcoal.  We will explore the following concepts in detail each week, Simplification, Values, Shapes, Colors, Edges, Light and Shadow, Composition and Visual Structures. There will be a 20 to 30 minutes lecture in the beginning of every class follows by a 30 to 45 minutes demonstration.  After a 10 to 15 minutes break, students will start their hands on exercise for 30 to 45 minutes.  We will end the class with a short critique.

Price: Member $ 240.00 | Non-Member $ 350.00

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Online Veterans Art Class
Instructor: Nathan Seay

Tuesdays, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 5, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS

WInter Term: Jan 5 - April 6 
Tuesdays, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome (To sign up for this class, please contact OSA at (503) 228-0706 or email Emily at efox@osartists.org)

OSA is proud to offer this free online art class to any US military veteran. The class is designed to expose student to traditional drawing and painting techniques in the comfort of your own home. For local veterans, we will be delivering free art supply packages for this online class. Please reach out to efox@osartists.org to be place on this delivery list.


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Mar 02
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Apr 06




Variety in Watercolor
Instructor: Steve C. Kleier





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS

Winter Term: Jan 5 - Feb 16
Skill Level: All levels
No Drop-ins

10am - 12pm

Steve will show you how to use direct watercolor skills in a creative way to make your painting more exciting and take your art to the next level. This style of watercolor painting uses the white of the paper, chromatic color, and meaningful brushstrokes to create excitement and capture the effects of light and texture. I start each class with a student critique and a drawing or value study for a good start on the days painting. We will use a variety of subjects. This is a virtual class using Zoom.

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Price: Member $ 140.00 | Non-Member $ 175.00

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Oil Painting Success, Wednesdays
Instructor: Dorothy Fitzgerald

Wednesdays, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 6, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter term: Jan 6 - April 7

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome

Come learn the different techniques of oil painting. Students will explore color, brush techniques, and different painting surfaces. Paint subjects that are exciting! - Each student selects their own inspiration. The instructor will help each student individually to achieve a great painting.

To sign up for Dorothy's class online, you need to select the individual drop in dates that you you would like to attend. Dorothy does not bill her classes on a full semester basis. 

Entire Series:
Member $ 0.00 | Non-Member $ 0.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
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Jan 20
Jan 27
Feb 03
Feb 10
Feb 17
Feb 24
Mar 03
Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 24
Mar 31
Apr 07




The Value of Design ONLINE
Instructor: Michael Orwick





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: Jan 6 - Feb 10
9:30am - 12:30pm
Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome
6 week oil and acrylics painting class (other mediums accepted)

Having an idea of what to paint is one thing, but translating that idea onto the canvas is accomplished through your individual technique and process. 
Join award-winning artist and popular instructor Michael Orwick for this six-week oil painting class, designed for oil and acrylics. Michael's painting classes are open to all levels of painting experience. In it we will focus on the fundamentals of good painting. We will cover the following topics: Composition, Value, Design, Choosing a Subject, Identifying and mixing accurate Warm and Cool Colors, Establishing a Focal Point as well as Tips and Do’s, and Don’ts for the Studio and Outdoor Painter to consider.  Focusing on a simplification process, the step-by-step method to creating a successful painting  The workshop will be complete with informal lectures, instructor demos, group critiques as well as individual advice. I think there are many, many ways to communicate what you want to say through a painting.
I will show you some of the techniques and processes that work for me, but more importantly, I will show you how to develop and adopt your own techniques and processes which suit you
Having an idea of what to paint is one thing, but translating that idea onto the canvas is accomplished through your individual technique and process. Join award-winning artist and popular instructor Michael Orwick for this six-week oil painting class, designed for oil and acrylics. Michael's painting classes are open to all levels of painting experience. In it we will focus on the fundamentals of good painting. We will cover the following topics: Composition, Value, Design, Choosing a Subject, Identifying and mixing accurate Warm and Cool Colors, Establishing a Focal Point as well as Tips and Do’s, and Don’ts for the Studio and Outdoor Painter to consider.  Focusing on a simplification process, the step-by-step method to creating a successful painting  The workshop will be complete with informal lectures, instructor demos, group critiques as well as individual advice. I think there are many, many ways to communicate what you want to say through a painting.
I will show you some of the techniques and processes that work for me, but more importantly, I will show you how to develop and adopt your own techniques and processes which suit you.



Entire Series:
Member $ 180.00 | Non-Member $ 240.00




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Jan 27
Feb 03
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Intermediate Watercolor - Exploring New Techniques
Instructor: Angela Grainger

Thursdays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 7, 2021
Location:

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 7 - April 8 (no class March 18 and April 1)

Skill Level: Intermediate
Drop-in Welcome

Class time is spent on learning exercises, technique studies and your own personal projects. You can choose your own project to paint, something you are interested in, a favorite photo or you can join in a suggested project. Students bring their own watercolor supplies and I am happy to provide a basic supply list if needed.

This class is nonrefundable.

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Member $ 300.00 | Non-Member $ 420.00



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Painting from your Studies
Instructor: Jef Gunn





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term: Jan 7 - Feb 18
Thursdays, 9:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: Intermediate
No Drop-ins

You saw it. It’s just what you want. It’s fleeting and you don’t have time, or your paints aren’t with you, or it’s too damned wet and cold right now. What to do? Could you paint it later from a sketch and fragments of memory?

 

You saw it. It’s just what you want. It’s fleeting and you don’t have time, or your paints aren’t with you, or it’s too damned wet and cold right now. What to do? Could you paint it later from a sketch and fragments of memory?

Yes, you could. If you know what is essential.

The art of seeing and drawing the seen. The quick sketch–the élan vital. The longer study– measuring.  Notes of value and color. Memory’s meander.

From all this depth of observation you can recall it and paint it on a canvas in color. Will it be a realistic reconstruction? Likely not, but it could feel like that mysterious memory of something you really saw. Works with landscape, portrait, interiors, still life, or made up stuff out of your heart.

This class repeats in the evening.

Yes, you could. If you know what is essential.
The art of seeing and drawing the seen. The quick sketch–the élan vital. The longer study– measuring.  Notes of value and color. Memory’s meander.
From all this depth of observation you can recall it and paint it on a canvas in color. Will it be a realistic reconstruction? Likely not, but it could feel like that mysterious memory of something you really saw. Works with landscape, portrait, interiors, still life, or made up stuff out of your hear
Come try it with Jef Gunn who’s been doing this for decades. Please direct all questions to Jef Gunn at zopa@hevanet.com

 


Price: Member $ 350.00 | Non-Member $ 385.00

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Painting from your Studies - Evening class
Instructor: Jef Gunn





ONLINE ZOOM EVENING CLASS
Winter term: Jan 7 - Feb 18
Thursdays, 6:00 - 9:00PM

Skill Level: Intermediate
No Drop-ins
You saw it. It’s just what you want. It’s fleeting and you don’t have time, or your paints aren’t with you, or it’s too damned wet and cold right now. What to do? Could you paint it later from a sketch and fragments of memory 

You saw it. It’s just what you want. It’s fleeting and you don’t have time, or your paints aren’t with you, or it’s too damned wet and cold right now. What to do? Could you paint it later from a sketch and fragments of memory?

Yes, you could. If you know what is essential.

The art of seeing and drawing the seen. The quick sketch–the élan vital. The longer study– measuring.  Notes of value and color. Memory’s meander.

From all this depth of observation you can recall it and paint it on a canvas in color. Will it be a realistic reconstruction? Likely not, but it could feel like that mysterious memory of something you really saw. Works with landscape, portrait, interiors, still life, or made up stuff out of your heart.

Yes, you could. If you know what is essential.
The art of seeing and drawing the seen. The quick sketch–the élan vital. The longer study– measuring.  Notes of value and color. Memory’s meander.
From all this depth of observation you can recall it and paint it on a canvas in color. Will it be a realistic reconstruction? Likely not, but it could feel like that mysterious memory of something you really saw. Works with landscape, portrait, interiors, still life, or made up stuff out of your hear
Come try it with Jef Gunn who’s been doing this for decades. Please direct all questions to Jef Gunn at zopa@hevanet.com

Price: Member $ 350.00 | Non-Member $ 385.00





Exploring Abstract Landscapes with Oil and Cold Wax
Instructor: Lisa Mann





“BOTANICAL DRAWING” WITH JANET PARKER
First Friday, April 3, 2020 | 7 - 9pm | $20
The month of April in Oregon marks the beginning of spring and all the wonderful seasonal growth it brings! Join us for April’s “Botanical Drawing” Drink & Draw and learn fun ways to recreate the natural beauty that surrounds us. We’ll have vases of seasonal flowers to inspire. OSA will provide the materials, wine and refreshments.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 7  - Feb 18 
Thursdays, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Skill Level: All
No Drop-ins

Explore the wonders of painting with oil and cold wax. In this lively and Interactive zoom class, learn to paint abstract landscapes with oil and cold wax medium. Cold wax medium adds body and luminosity when added to oil paints and lends itself to experimentation, glorious texture in layered paintings, and increased drying time.
All class videos are downloadable and artists can work at their own pace.Topics covered are appropriate for all- from complete beginners with no art experience, to those seasoned artists who want to explore this unique and rich medium.
Topics covered include:
Materials and how to use them
Adding textures and layers
Mark making
Reductive techniques to reveal layers below 
How to unify a piece 
Bringing Closures to compositions and self critique
Reduced class rates are available for artists upon request. Please reach out to Lisa at lisa.beth.mann@gmail.com

Price: Member $ 150.00 | Non-Member $ 190.00





Explore Your Potential in Acrylic Painting Online! session 1
Instructor: Wayne Jiang





are in your artistic journey.
We’ll explore classical, impressionistic, and modern painting styles and apply these styles in portrait, landscape, and still life paintings. By gaining color
theory and composition knowledge, your painting process will not only be enjoyable, but also successful. By the end of this class, you’ll complete
artworks suitable for framing. The more adventuresome students will learn advanced old master techniques such as layering and glazing. And Wayne
will help those who want to develop their own personal style or paint their own subject.
Another added bonus of this class is the guided museum tours. In these tours, Wayne will point out many of the subtle old masters techniques. With
plenty of time to talk about these techniques, you’ll get ideas how to apply these techniques in your own work.
Don’t have acrylic paint or canvases? No worries. High quality acrylic paint and painting surfaces will be provided for a small fee.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term, Session I: Jan 7 - Feb 11
Thursdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All

No Drop-ins

We’ll use the Zoom videoconferencing system for this painting class. The online class will have slideshow presentations, painting demos, paint along with Wayne, and critiques. Students will have access to download a video file of the painting demo to refer to so they can paint along at home at their own pace.

This class is designed to help build confidence while learning new techniques that take advantage of this versatile, practical, and non-toxic painting medium. Class assignments will be based on concepts explained during the painting demos and slideshow presentations. Wayne will send photo references and concept handouts via email before a painting demo or slideshow presentation.

We’ll be exploring diverse subjects using acrylic: portrait, landscape, and still life paintings. Students will also learn color theory, painting strategies, and composition so the painting process will not only be enjoyable, but also successful. By the end of this class, students will complete artworks suitable for framing.

http://waynejiang.com/


Price: Member $ 165.00 | Non-Member $ 210.00


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Acrylic Painting
Instructor: Gage Mace

Fridays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 8, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 8 - April 9
Skill Level: Intermediate
No Drop-ins

Students work from a reproduction of a California Impressionist-type landscape to complete their own landscape painting. Craft elements such as composition, building a painting from an underpainting stage, brush work, color mixing, and edge work are all emphasized. For three or four weeks in the middle of the 14 week term, students will work on their own individual still life. Working directly from a very simple motif of their own choosing, the student will learn to enhance their visual perception skills and ability to depict form, lighting, and depth.

 


Price: Member $ 350.00 | Non-Member $ 420.00


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ART SUNDAYS FOR ALL AGES!
Instructor: Poca Kim

Sundays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 10, 2021
Location: Downstairs Studio A

Winter Term: Jan 10 - April 11
This class is open to all mediums and all ages. Students can expect a family friendly art making atmosphere with instructor, Poca, while working on individual or group projects.

Entire Series:
Member $ 350.00 | Non-Member $ 450.00




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Jan 31
Feb 07
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Mar 07
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The Art of Monotype, session 1
Instructor: Scott Gellatly

Mondays, 5:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Class Starts on Jan 11, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term, session 1: Jan 11 - Feb 8
5:45 - 8:45pm
Skill level: All
All materials provided
Drop-ins Welcome
Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. Ink and paper will be provided through materials fee. 
Scott Gellatly is an exhibiting artist, working in oil paint, casein, watercolor and monotype. 

Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. All materials are provided.

https://www.scottgellatly.com/


Entire Series:
Member $ 275.00 | Non-Member $ 325.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 55.00 | Non-Member $ 65.00
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Jan 25
Feb 01
Feb 08
  




Abstracting the Landscape, session 1 - open to all mediums
Instructor: Scott Gellatly

Tuesdays, 5:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Class Starts on Jan 12, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term, session 1: Jan 12 - Feb 9
5:45 - 8:45pm
Skill level: Intermediate 
Drop-ins Welcome

Take the plunge into abstraction by taking the fundamentals of landscape painting to new and exciting directions! This class will focus on the process of pulling imagery from nature to emphasize the formal aspects of painting – color, composition, movement and space. Open to intermediate to advanced oil and acrylic painters who are willing to let go, experiment and take chances!

Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. Ink and paper will be provided through materials fee. 
Scott Gellatly is an exhibiting artist, working in oil paint, casein, watercolor and monotype. 

Entire Series:
Member $ 225.00 | Non-Member $ 250.00



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Jan 26
Feb 02
Feb 09
  




Art without Passport Series: Art Restoration, Repair Secrets Revealed
Instructor: Greg Lewis





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
January 21 | 6:30 - 8:30pm

The process of repair, restoration and conservation of artworks to their original state is one of trained skill, patience, practice and a passion for detail. Over time, many artworks if cared for, will last indefinitely. However, the ravages of time, exposure to the elements of moisture, sunlight, temperature and of course mishandling, can exact its toll. The art mediums of paintings, prints, sculpture, ceramics, textiles and photography will be presented and discussed, as we reveal the secrets from repair to conservation. Join us as we look at a different side of the art world. 

https://www.greglewisstudios.net/art-news.html


Price: Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 15.00





Art without Passport Series: The Masters Touch, Brushstrokes Revealed
Instructor: Greg Lewis





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS

​February 18 | 6:30 - 830pm


Building on the brush techniques of famous artists throughout history, this episode explores three great art influences. The Early Masters; The 19th Century and the Modern Era. Our time together is a must see for the beginning artist just emerging into new creativity, or the advanced artist emerging into new directions with their paintings. Join us for an evening of The Masters Touch: Brushstrokes Revealed.​

https://www.greglewisstudios.net/art-news.html


Price: Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 15.00





Still Life Painting in the Realist Style, Session 2
Instructor: Joanne Mehl

Mondays, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Class Starts on Feb 22, 2021
Location:

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 2: Feb 22 - April 5
Mondays, 10:00am - 12:00pm

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins Welcome

Using daily demonstrations and critiques, Joanne will show students how to paint a realist still life through Zoom. Utilizing these integral steps: set up, lighting, initial lay-in of painting, paint handling techniques, color mixing, design considerations, varying styles, and finishing touches. Students can choose to paint along with Joanne or simply watch her demo.

Questions? Email me at joannemehl@comcast.net

For more about your instructor, please visit: www.joannemehl.com


Entire Series:
Member $ 175.00 | Non-Member $ 210.00



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Per Class Fee | Member $ 20.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
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Feb 22
Mar 01
Mar 08
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 29
Apr 05
  




Acrylic Abstracts- Exploring and Creating a Series
Instructor: Lisa Mann





“BOTANICAL DRAWING” WITH JANET PARKER
First Friday, April 3, 2020 | 7 - 9pm | $20
The month of April in Oregon marks the beginning of spring and all the wonderful seasonal growth it brings! Join us for April’s “Botanical Drawing” Drink & Draw and learn fun ways to recreate the natural beauty that surrounds us. We’ll have vases of seasonal flowers to inspire. OSA will provide the materials, wine and refreshments.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Feb 25 - April 8
Thursdays, 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Skill Level: All
No Drop-ins

In the lively and interactive class you will learn step by step the techniques involved in Layering acrylics to create abstract paintings. By the end of the 7 week class you will have created a series of abstract works that are glorious! Topics include: -Working with the materials -Abstract composition -Color mixing for dynamic and exciting paintings -Adding Intriguing and rich elements like layers, texture, depth , pattern, collage -Glazing -Evaluating your work and self critique. This class is accessible for complete beginners through advanced artists. Learning to paint abstractly can be both an exciting and Inspiring Way of expression!

Reduced class rates are available for artists upon request. Please reach out to Lisa at lisa.beth.mann@gmail.com


Price: Member $ 150.00 | Non-Member $ 190.00





Explore Your Potential in Acrylic Painting Online! session 2
Instructor: Wayne Jiang





are in your artistic journey.
We’ll explore classical, impressionistic, and modern painting styles and apply these styles in portrait, landscape, and still life paintings. By gaining color
theory and composition knowledge, your painting process will not only be enjoyable, but also successful. By the end of this class, you’ll complete
artworks suitable for framing. The more adventuresome students will learn advanced old master techniques such as layering and glazing. And Wayne
will help those who want to develop their own personal style or paint their own subject.
Another added bonus of this class is the guided museum tours. In these tours, Wayne will point out many of the subtle old masters techniques. With
plenty of time to talk about these techniques, you’ll get ideas how to apply these techniques in your own work.
Don’t have acrylic paint or canvases? No worries. High quality acrylic paint and painting surfaces will be provided for a small fee.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter term, Session 2: Feb 25 - April 1
Thursdays, 10:30am - 12:30pm

Skill Level: All

No Drop-ins

We’ll use the Zoom videoconferencing system for this painting class. The online class will have slideshow presentations, painting demos, paint along with Wayne, and critiques. Students will have access to download a video file of the painting demo to refer to so they can paint along at home at their own pace.

This class is designed to help build confidence while learning new techniques that take advantage of this versatile, practical, and non-toxic painting medium. Class assignments will be based on concepts explained during the painting demos and slideshow presentations. Wayne will send photo references and concept handouts via email before a painting demo or slideshow presentation.

We’ll be exploring diverse subjects using acrylic: portrait, landscape, and still life paintings. Students will also learn color theory, painting strategies, and composition so the painting process will not only be enjoyable, but also successful. By the end of this class, students will complete artworks suitable for framing.

http://waynejiang.com/


Price: Member $ 165.00 | Non-Member $ 210.00


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The Art of Monotype, session 2
Instructor: Scott Gellatly

Mondays, 5:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Class Starts on Mar 1, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term session 2: Mar 1 - 29
5:45 - 8:45pm
Skill level: All
All materials provided
Drop-ins Welcome
Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. Ink and paper will be provided through materials fee. 
Scott Gellatly is an exhibiting artist, working in oil paint, casein, watercolor and monotype. 

Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. All materials are provided.

https://www.scottgellatly.com/


Entire Series:
Member $ 275.00 | Non-Member $ 325.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 55.00 | Non-Member $ 65.00
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Mar 08
Mar 15
Mar 22
Mar 29
 




Abstracting the Landscape, session 2 - open to all mediums
Instructor: Scott Gellatly

Tuesdays, 5:45 PM - 8:45 PM
Class Starts on Mar 2, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS
Winter Term Session 2: Mar 2 - 30
5:45 - 8:45pm
Skill level: Intermediate 
Drop-ins Welcome

Take the plunge into abstraction by taking the fundamentals of landscape painting to new and exciting directions! This class will focus on the process of pulling imagery from nature to emphasize the formal aspects of painting – color, composition, movement and space. Open to intermediate to advanced oil and acrylic painters who are willing to let go, experiment and take chances!

Monotypes are a natural extension from painting into printmaking. It is often referred to as the “painterly print.” However, there are several techniques in this unique process which yields effects and imagery that can’t be achieved through painting. This class will focus on various monotype techniques – from the traditional to the experimental – while students are encouraged to pursue their own artistic voice. Ink and paper will be provided through materials fee. 
Scott Gellatly is an exhibiting artist, working in oil paint, casein, watercolor and monotype. 

Entire Series:
Member $ 225.00 | Non-Member $ 250.00



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Per Class Fee | Member $ 45.00 | Non-Member $ 50.00
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Mar 02
Mar 09
Mar 16
Mar 23
Mar 30
 




Art without Passport Series: Henri Matisse: Art Master of Color & Form
Instructor: Greg Lewis





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS

​March 18 | 6:30 - 8:30pm

French artist, Henri Matisse (1869-1954), was a modern art master of color and form. Expanding into a wide range of art mediums as painter, sculptor and printmaker, Henri left his artistic mark on the art world for decades to come.

All art and video images in this presentation are Copyright to their respective holders, and used under fair use for educational purposes only.

 

https://www.greglewisstudios.net/art-news.html


Price: Member $ 15.00 | Non-Member $ 15.00




Pastel

Pastels - The Next Step, Session I
Instructor: Susan Kuznitsky





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session I: Jan 6 - Feb 10
Wednesdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Level: Intermediate and Advanced
Drop-ins welcome

Stay Connected and stay creative with this 6-week pastel. Whether you are a landscape painter or figurative painter you will benefit from these Zoom weekly classes. Susan will demonstrate a variety of subject matter along with different approaches to the underpainting. You will have the option to paint along or to review the demo later on YouTube at your own pace. Feedback is important and you will be able to email me your work in progress and get feedback that is visual and effective. This class is for intermediate to advanced artists.


Entire Series:
Member $ 210.00 | Non-Member $ 270.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
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Jan 20
Jan 27
Feb 03
Feb 10
  




Pastels - All Levels, Session 1
Instructor: Susan Kuznitsky





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 1: Jan 9 - Feb 13
Saturdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Level: All Levels
Drop-ins welcome

Stay Connected and stay creative with this 6-week pastel. Whether you are a landscape painter or figurative painter you will benefit from these Zoom weekly classes. Susan will demonstrate a variety of subject matter along with different approaches to the underpainting. Learn how to capture the light with this fat and fun medium. You will have the option to paint along or to review the demo later on YouTube at your own pace. Feedback is important and you will be able to email me your work in progress and get feedback that is visual and effective. This class is appropriate for all levels.


Entire Series:
Member $ 210.00 | Non-Member $ 270.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
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Jan 16
Jan 23
Jan 30
Feb 06
Feb 13
 




Pastels - The Next Step, Session 2
Instructor: Susan Kuznitsky





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 2: Feb 24 - April 7
Wednesdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Level: Intermediate and Advanced
Drop-ins welcome

Stay Connected and stay creative with this 6-week pastel. Whether you are a landscape painter or figurative painter you will benefit from these Zoom weekly classes. Susan will demonstrate a variety of subject matter along with different approaches to the underpainting. You will have the option to paint along or to review the demo later on YouTube at your own pace. Feedback is important and you will be able to email me your work in progress and get feedback that is visual and effective. This class is for intermediate to advanced artists.


Entire Series:
Member $ 210.00 | Non-Member $ 270.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
Please select date(s) below to add to cart
Feb 24
Mar 03
Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 24
Mar 31
Apr 07
  




Pastels - All Levels, Session 2
Instructor: Susan Kuznitsky





ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term Session 2: Feb 27 - April 3
Saturdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Level: All Levels
Drop-ins welcome

Stay Connected and stay creative with this 6-week pastel. Whether you are a landscape painter or figurative painter you will benefit from these Zoom weekly classes. Susan will demonstrate a variety of subject matter along with different approaches to the underpainting. Learn how to capture the light with this fat and fun medium. You will have the option to paint along or to review the demo later on YouTube at your own pace. Feedback is important and you will be able to email me your work in progress and get feedback that is visual and effective. This class is appropriate for all levels.


Entire Series:
Member $ 210.00 | Non-Member $ 270.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 40.00 | Non-Member $ 45.00
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Feb 27
Mar 06
Mar 13
Mar 20
Mar 27
Apr 03



Photo/Digital Arts

Introduction to Adobe Lightroom
Instructor: James Parker





This 6 week class will introduce the fundamentals of landscape photography. We will cover gear, composition,
light, camera settings, and have a half day out on location putting your new knowledge to use shooting landscapes.
We'll finish the class off with an introduction to Adobe Lightroom Classic and post processing your photos.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 4 - 25
Mondays, 6:30 - 8:00pm

Skill Level: Beginner
No drop-ins

This 4 week class will introduce you to Adobe Lightroom Classic. Using Lightroom's non-destructive editing, we'll learn how to import, organize, cull, and perform global and local adjustments to bring out the best in your images. No matter what type of photographs you take, this class will take your images to the next level.

Artist website:

Introductory video:

Price: Member $ 125.00 | Non-Member $ 150.00





Cell Phone Photography 101
Instructor: James Parker

Tuesdays, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Class Starts on Jan 5, 2021
Location: Upstairs Studio

IN STUDIO CLASS

Winter Term: Jan 5 - Feb 16

Skill Level: All
Drop-in Welcome

The best camera is the one you have with you. We'll learn how to take better photos with your cell phone. Composition, lighting, and more will be covered.

Artist website:

https://www.jamesparkerphoto.com/


Entire Series:
Member $ 95.00 | Non-Member $ 150.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 25.00 | Non-Member $ 30.00
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Jan 19
Jan 26
Feb 02
Feb 09
Feb 16
 




Drawing and Painting on the iPad in Procreate
Instructor: Elaine Pawski

Wednesdays, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Class Starts on Jan 6, 2021
Location:

 

ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Jan 6 - April 7
Wednesdays, 6:30 - 9:00pm 

Skill Level: All
Drop-ins welcome

Learn to paint and draw on the Ipad with Procreate. Whether you are interested in digital art as a media within itself,
Or interested in learning Procreate as a means to work thru problems with your traditional media, this class is for you.
The class is project based, so all levels are welcome. I will be including demos that will help to develop skills with the
various tools, and requests for help with personal projects are always welcomed

Learn to paint and draw on the iPad with Procreate. Whether you are interested in digital art as a media within itself, interested in an exciting new way to do plein are on the go, or as simply a preplanning tool for your traditional media work, this class will help you to learn the program and adjust to using the digital tools. Each week creative painting projects help you develop painting principles as well as knowledge of Procreate. Help with self directed projects are always welcome. Learn more at my Youtube channel: shorturl.at/tBCJK

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Elaine at epawski@comcast.net or 360-713-8422.

epawskipainting.myportfolio.com


Entire Series:
Member $ 260.00 | Non-Member $ 350.00




Per Class Fee | Member $ 20.00 | Non-Member $ 25.00
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Jan 20
Jan 27
Feb 03
Feb 10
Feb 17
Feb 24
Mar 03
Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 24
Mar 31
Apr 07




Advanced Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop
Instructor: James Parker





This 6 week class will introduce the fundamentals of landscape photography. We will cover gear, composition,
light, camera settings, and have a half day out on location putting your new knowledge to use shooting landscapes.
We'll finish the class off with an introduction to Adobe Lightroom Classic and post processing your photos.
ONLINE ZOOM CLASS
Winter Term: Feb 1 - 22
Mondays, 6:30 - 8:00pm

Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced
No drop-ins

If you have a good understanding of Lightroom Classic basics, this 4 week class will take you to the next level. We'll learn luminosity masking, advanced editing techniques, and how to export your photos to Photoshop for more advanced work.
 
Artist website:

Introduction video:

Price: Member $ 125.00 | Non-Member $ 150.00






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