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New Classes at Grants Pass Museum of Art

Art Classes!

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How to Paint Snow
with Kristen O’Neill
Saturday, Dec 2
1 – 4 pm
  • All materials provided
  • Create your own painting of a winter scene
  • Learn about color theory (warm & cool colors)
  • Have a fun afternoon!
  • All skill levels are welcome
$30 per person, includes all materials.
Animal Portraits
with Bobbi Baldwin
Saturday, Dec 9
9:30 – 5
Paint your beloved pet or favorite animal, open to all mediums (exce!
Dogs, cats, horses, tigers, cows, wild animals
Whatever your favorite fur or feather animals are!
We will work on learning the anatomical structure of bodies and faces as well as how to best portray them!
We will also work on composition, color theory, techniques, and painting.
Beginners through advanced artists—all are welcome.
$85 per person. Materials list to be sent to you. (Most materials available for use at the Museum if needed).
Art Journaling:
Recipe for a
Perfect Holiday
with Karen O’Brien
Saturday, Dec 16
1:30 – 4:30 (NEW CLASS TIME OFFERED)
In this class we will learn how to begin our own art journal* with simple supplies. I will share plenty of ideas and approaches to begin filling your journals. We will create a journal spread in class focusing on the holiday season.
All you need to bring to class is:
  • Blank journal that can handle water media: 90-140 lb paper
  • OR
  • Old book : thin spine, no larger than 9″ x 12″, no shiny, slick or glossy pages
*What is an Art Journal? It’s a place to record your thoughts, memories, and emotions through images, art and words.
Why do it? It is an easy way to use your creativity every day. It can be done with simple tools. It is portable, requiring very little space to do it. It can be used to document life, travels, plan you art, express your feelings, test out new art products and techniques. It can be personal – only for you, or you can share it with others.
$45 per person. Includes some materials. (List on website)

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