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Spring 2024 Studio Artist Class
January 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:15 am
For Ages 6 - 12
The Studio Artist Class is a class meant to grow students’ abilities technically and conceptually through a focused 6 week session of classes. Students will study elements and principles of art, in-depth techniques, and study a variety of artists to inspire their work. Each 6 week session has its own theme and focus.
$90 for Museum members, $100 for not-yet
10 student maximum per session.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON SESSIONS 3:15PM-4:30PM
FOR AGES 6-12
SESSION 1A: MEET THE MASTERS (1/17-2/21)
SESSION 1B: VISUAL STORYTELLING (2/28-4/10, NO CLASS 3/27)
THURSDAY MORNING SESSIONS 10:00AM-11:15AM
FOR AGES 6-12
SESSION 2A: ART AROUND THE WORLD (1/18-2/22)
SESSION 2B: POP ART (2/29-4/11, NO CLASS 3/28)
Meet the Masters: In this session, students will explore the techniques and styles of important historical artists. They will use a variety of media such as pastel, watercolors, and more to explore art fundamentals and create original artworks.
Visual Storytelling: Students will explore all types of visual storytelling in this session through designing and drawing storyboards, designing 3D characters, and creating stop motion animation on iPads.
Art Around the World: In this session, students will explore techniques and styles of art from diverse cultures around the world. From Japan to South America, this class will create works of art inspired by other countries far and wide.
Pop Art: Studio artists will be all about the food in this 6 week session that reimagines the work of artists such as Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol. Students will explore both 2D and 3D methods to create their own pop art food inspired artworks.
The Artist Toolbox: Texture: Get inspired by artists like MC Escher, Frida Kahlo, Salvatore Dali and Leonardo Davinci as we explore the best methods to make textures a part of your art toolbox. Learn how and where to include texture, shading and highlights. Work in a variety of media, including pen, pencil, colored pencils, charcoal and scratch board.
The Artist Toolbox: Color: Take a deep dive into the ways artists use colors to move your eye across a canvas to capture your undivided attention. Discover the color plan behind a Wayne Thiebaud cake painting, and learn how Picasso uses limited color to give focus to his work. Every artwork begins with a powerful, well-conceived color scheme. Create artwork using colored pencils, pastels, oil pastels and more.
Shelby Wren is an artist specializing in painting, drawing and pottery. She has loved creating
since she was young and was thrilled to learn that through an education in art, she could push
her skills and knowledge to become a “career creator.” Shelby holds a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Art History from the University of Central Florida and an Associate’s Degree in Fine Arts from
Valencia College. She has exhibited her artwork in juried exhibitions and festivals in the Orlando
area and was selected as an emerging artist for the Winter Springs ARToberFEST in 2016 and
2017. Shelby has been teaching children’s art classes for over 6 years and will be teaching the
Wednesday afternoon sessions.
Jo Ann Raulerson attended Ringling College of Art and Design, graduating in 1977 with a fine
arts degree. She has continued her education at Penland School of Arts & Crafts and Ringling
Summer watercolor workshops, and watercolor workshops with Herbie Rose and Bill Maurer. Jo
Ann has taught art at Camp Create, the Orlando Museum of Art summer camp, and spent one
summer teaching at Camp Carolina. She has also taught children’s art classes for 25 years. Jo
Ann enjoys all mediums of art but specializes in watercolor and drawing. She has extensive
experience in mosaic, handmade paper and collage. Jo Ann will be teaching the Thursday
Fontaine Rodgers is an artist/educator with 16 years teaching experience in the International
Baccalaureate program and is certified for grades K-12 in art. She holds a BFA, cum laude, from
the Maryland Institute, College of Art. An active member in the Central Florida Printmakers and
the Sumi-e Society of America, she has taught a variety of classes for the Crealdé School of Art
in Winter Park and Lake-Sumter State College. To learn more and to see her students’ artwork,
go to her website: www.fontainerodgers.com. Fontaine will be teaching the Teen Studio Artist
Cancellations and Refunds:
- No fees will be returned or credits issued for failure to attend.
- There will be no make-up classes due to a student’s illness,
unanticipated travel or other reasons not the responsibility of the Museum
of Art – DeLand.
- If a class is canceled, students will be notified at least two (2) days
prior to the date of class, and tuition will be refunded. The Museum
reserves the right to substitute teachers as needed.
- A refund will be issued minus a $25 processing fee for cancellation up
to 7 days prior to beginning of the session. No refund will be issued after
the 7 day deadline.
Check in/Check Out:
- Students cannot be dropped off more than 10 minutes before the start
of class and students are to be picked up promptly after the end of class.
Please let the museum staff know if you are running late. A fee of $1 per
minute will be assessed for late pick up or early drop off.
- Students can only be signed out by authorized adults with
identification each day.
- If any changes need to be made to authorized adults for pick up list,
changes must be submitted in writing to Martha Underriner.