Plein Air Drawing is for both beginning artists and artists who wants to improve their skills. Participants explore the beautiful North Country with an artist's eye. This course requires gallery exhibits to view and discuss "Plein Air Drawing," focusing on Impressionists and the White Mountain and Hudson River Schools. Students also visit local areas to create artwork using oil and chalk pastels, charcoal, pencil, and color pencil. Through this class, students develop an appreciation for art.
In Drawing with Color, students learn the elements and principles of art and design using color. A hands-on approach, the course exposes students to the science and psychology of color and to the way these notions relate to drawing and art. Instruction guides students through experiential learning in the mediums of color pencil, oil pastel, and chalk pastel. It likewise introduces creative strategies to address difficulties and solve problems, guiding learners through a series of creative projects reflective of the artist's four roles in society.