Tuesday small classes at OnTrack-Studios in Franklin, TN
Gayle Levee- All of Gayle's classes and workshops include step-by-step instruction and personal guidance.
Gayle Levee is classically trained as well as being an excellent instructor. Helping students build a solid foundation of strong basic skills is one of Gayle's most outstanding assets. She is also encouraging, positive and easy to be with. Study at your own pace, in a small group, at the beautiful OnTrack classroom. We will design a curriculum just for you. Groups are limited to seven, so you will get lots of individual attention -- but they will fill fast, so don't wait!
To schedule a demonstration or workshop for your organization, please contact Gayle.
Morning class is from 9:00 to 12 noon. Afternoon class is from 12:30 to 3:30.
August 7-10, “Painting the Head” Painting from a live model is an effective way to improve skills in painting any subject matter. In this workshop you will receive instruction on drawing, design, proper value and color use, and edge control. To benefit most from this class an artist should have some drawing skills and a working knowledge of the medium they are using. The workshop will consist of power point presentations, lectures, demos, and every student will get individual instruction at their easel. While most of the demos/instruction are geared for oil painters, acrylic artists, familiar with their medium, will also benefit and are welcome. A full color booklet of class notes is included. . Contact Brenda through this website for information.
July 15-17 “Loosen Up” Students will use oils (acrylics are allowed as well) to paint from photos. They will have a choice of dozens of photographs consisting of trees, boats, cityscapes, figures, koi, hanging fruit. Students will also have the option to paint from their own photos if they choose.
Penix will cover topics like how to make your paintings more 3-dimensional, the power of warms and cools, color theory, harmony, edges, shape-quality, variety, simplifying, loosening brushwork, elements of design, elements of light and shadow, the power of suggestion and finally painting how you see versus just copying a photograph.
October 21-24 “Plein Air Painting” Cost is $525.00
The workshop will kick off with a lecture and demo. Students receive instruction on principals of painting ranging from drawing, color, value, composition, color theory and so much more. Every day, you will apply what is being taught by getting outside and paint with full days in the field seeing, recording and observing nature as it changes. Suzie will demo on location and offer one-on-one instruction to all the students while they paint in scenic locations.
Suzie’s personal goal is to identify every student’s level and provide strategies to progress through group instruction, example, and individual interaction. Her humorous, informative manner makes tackling this multi-faceted challenge a fun and rewarding experience. Contact Brenda Coldwell through this website for registration and Suzie’s supply list.
Portrait Class Schedule-6 week sessions
These classes offer a different model every week, in a variety of clothing, costumes and poses. The class is $135.00 per 6 weeks. If you can't make class, you may find a sub or I can find one. There is no instruction, but there is a friendly critique from the group, towards the end of class. There will be some time to make changes (if needed) to your painting if desired. Contact Brenda Coldwell through this website for information.
First Session 2019
September 12, 26 October 3, 10, 17, 24
Second Session 2019
November 7, 14, 21, December 5, 12, 19
Third Session 2020
January 9, 16, 23, 30, February 6,13
Winter classes at On Track Studios
Monday Paint Club
We will have an open style class of 8-10 painters. Pam will work with each painter and their individual needs. We will work from images on your iPad or printout photos. The focus will be landscape. Contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org
4 week Monday classes-January 6, 13, 20 and 27.
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
4 week Monday classes- February 10, 17, 24, March 11.
9:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Raise Your Painting IQ
We will meet for six Monday’s this fall.
Starting: October 7, 14, 28 and November 4, 11, and 18.
Want to paint better landscapes? We will be covering Color, Composition, and Value in depth. How do these three improve your painting IQ! Want to learn to use greys and vibrant colors together? Want to learn to focus your painting on what is most important?
Come paint with us from 9:30-4:00. You will have a week between classes to practice and focus on improving over time.
$350 for the workshop
To secure a spot in the workshop, or questions: Contact me at 615-294-0150 or...PFrizbe@comcast.net
Elements Of The Landscape: Still Water
4 Friday classes
9:30 ~ 3:30 Starting
August 16, 23, 30
and September 6 ~ $275.00
Painting still water reflection is a must for any Landscape artist.
In this four week class you will discover the power of painting reflection and add dimension and peaceful harmony to your paintings.
To register please email Karenphilpott@me.com
Gayle Levee on Tuesdays. See above description and contact information.
NEW!! Cumberland Atelier at On Track Studios
Please contact Brenda Coldwell for more information or registration through this website.
GAYLE LEVEE TUESDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON CLASSES
Title: Color in the Autumn Landscape
Dates: Sepember 24 – October 15; October 29 – November 19
Times: 9:00 am to Noon; 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Cost: $200 per half day per month
Class Size limited to seven
Description: In this class we will explore the Earth Primary Palette (a limited palette) and its usefulness as the foundation for paintings which employ the full Impressionist Palette. You will learn how to create depth and light in your autumn canvas, even when the trees are red in the distance, and green up close!
MARTY WELSH TUESDAY EVENINGS
Title: Drawing the Portrait in Charcoal- An Academic Approach
Dates: September 24th-November 12th
Cost: $400 for eight evenings
Class Size: Limited to eight
Description: In this class we will work with a model from life to understand the necessary components of a successful portrait. Through the medium of charcoal we’ll explore values, anatomy, and drawing techniques. Students will learn a method working from simple to complex with the goal of capturing the model’s likeness in a realistic portrait.
RICHARD GREATHOUSE WEDNESDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON CLASSES
Title: The Human Figure: Concepts in Drawing and Anatomy
Dates: September 25 – October 16; October 30 – November 20
Times: 9:00am to noon; 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Cost: $100 per day
Class size limited to 8
Description: Throughout this class, we will take a tour of the human figure, focusing on areas of the body one at a time, exploring traditional concepts related to anatomy, observation, and techniques in charcoal. The goal at the end will be to understand how the constituent parts of the human figure add up to a unified structural whole.