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Theresa Otteson, 801-292-0367
Spring Class Schedule at Bountiful/Davis Art Center
Bountiful, Utah, January 2, 2011- Bountiful/Davis Art Center is now offering eleven new classes and workshops scheduled to begin March 22, continuing through April 29, with some classes being ongoing. Students may now register by purchasing classes online at www.bdac.org
This May Bountiful/Davis Art Center will be offering a three day watercolor workshop taught by nationally renowned artist, Carl Purcell. Students can register for this workshop by going to the gift shop online at www.bdac.org
Classes for children and youth include the following:
Drawing taught by Sarah Maynard, Tuesdays, 4:00 -5:00pm (Elementary Age)
This class focuses on the Elements of Art (line, value, shape, color, texture, and form) the ingredients artists use to make a work of art. Class runs March 22 – April 26 (6 weeks) Tuition: $65
Sculpture for Youth taught by Mike Call. Wednesdays – ongoing, 4:30 – 5:30pm (Ages 10 – 18)
Students will sculpt a life sized portrait in clay, try plaster casting, and create a small animal figurine. Those students who participate in the Scouting program will be able to meet the requirements for a Sculpture Merit Badge. Tuition: $75 (8 Weeks)
Mastering Color taught by Sarah Maynard. Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:00pm (Elementary Age)
Students will learn all about color using various painting techniques such as tempera, gouache, acrylic, oil, and pastels, incorporating examples of the Masters throughout history. Class runs March 24 – 28 (6weeks) Tuition: $65 + $15 Material fee.
World Art taught by Sarah Maynard. Thursdays, 5:15 – 6:15pm (Elementary Age)
Students will learn about the cultures of other regions of the world such as Asia, Africa, Australia, and the Middle East by creating art projects from these regions. Class run March 24 – April 28 (6 Weeks) Tuition: $65 + $15 Material fee.
Classes for older teens and adults include:
Landscape Oil Painting taught by Diane Turner. Tuesdays, 7:00 – 9:00pm
This class is designed for advanced artists who would like to hone their painting skills with this excellent teacher. Classes run March 22 – April 19 (5 Weeks) Tuition: $75
Watercolor taught by Sandi Olson. Wednesdays, 6:00 – 9:00pm
This class covers beginning through advanced students, with a critique for all each week.
Classes run from March 23 – April 27 (6 Weeks) Tuition: $75
Figure Drawing coordinated by Robert McKay, faculty member of the Salt Lake Community College Art Department. Wednesdays, ongoing. Fee: drop-in: $10, with student ID: $7,
Six Weeks: $42. These figure drawing sessions are held in an open forum with live models. No formal instruction is provided. *You must be 18 or older to attend.
Beginning Through Advanced Art taught by Mike Call. Thursdays, 6:00 – 7:30pm
This class provides the opportunity for beginners to advanced students to continue to develop skills, associate with, and get feedback from other artists. Class run March 24 – April 28 (6 weeks) Tuition:$75
Adult Studio Sculpture taught by Mike Call. Thursdays, ongoing, 7:30 – 10:00pm
This unique sculpture class is great for the experienced sculptor who wants to learn new skills as well as for people have never sculpted but want to give it a try. Class runs March 24 – April 28 (8 weeks) Tuition: $100
Foundations in Painting - Restructured taught by Simon Winegar. Thursdays, 6:30 – 9:15
This oil painting class is designed for the serious beginning to intermediate artist, and focuses on a solid foundation in form, value, color, edges and composition while focusing on understanding and discussing the laws and principles of representational art. Classes run March 24 – April 28, (6 weeks) Tuition: $95
Gentle Flow Yoga taught by Connie Day. Tuesdays, ongoing 9:15 – 10:15am
Learn to link movement and breath, still the mind, and reduce everyday stress through gentle flowing movement. Open to all ages and abilities. Tuition: 10 class pack $60, 5 class pack $40, drop-in $8
Carl Purcell Watercolor Workshop, Thursday – Saturday, May 12 – 14, 9:00am – 3:30pm each day.
Students will be focusing on looking beyond the surface details of a subject to respond to the underlying color patterns. This enables the artist to create strong, fresh color patterns for a foundation to that requires less fussy detail. Cost for this three day workshop is $220
For more information about this exhibit and other programs of Bountiful/Davis Art Center, call 801 292-0367 or visit us online at www.bdac.org
bountiful/davis art center 745 south main street bountiful, UT 84010
phone: (801) 292-0367 fax: (801) 292-7298 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bdac.org
Emma J. Dugal
Bountiful/Davis Art Center
745 So. Main Street
Bountiful, UT 84010
801 292-7298 (fax)