CAROLYN LAND & SHARON LIGHTFOOT
Art Speaks Through Nature
Peabody Auditorium Rose Room
March 5,2019 – March 29th, 2019
Opening Reception Monday March 18, 5:30 – 7:00 pm
600 Auditorium Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 32118
Instructor: Carolyn Land • 386.290.5128 • email@example.com
Abstract Art and Expressions in Mixed Media
Tuesdays 9:30 – 12:30 Starting January 2019
This course will explore Abstract and Non-objective work. The basis of the course will be strong underlying composition using the four Elements of Design: line, shape, color, and texture. Students may use any medium that they choose, or mix them together. Techniques will be demonstrated as needed, and product information will be available.
4 week session: Members: $60.00 • Non-members: $80.00
CLASS IS HELD AT
ARTIST’S WORKSHOP, INC
540 Barracuda Boulevard, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169,
off the North Causeway at the Old New Smyrna Beach High School.
Be a Better Artist
Friday 1:00 – 4:00
An independent study group. The course will allow students to work in any medium they choose, and any style they want to peruse. The students will learn to critique there own work and discuss issues that are pertinent to the the professional artist.
5 weeks session: $75.00
CLASS IS HELD AT
132 Canal Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL
Demonstrations and Workshops (upon request)
We are all born creative. As an instructor, I try and instill in my students, that each of us has our own unique style, and allow them the opportunity to express what is inside of them. I teach the elements and principles of good design. I demonstrate various techniques using many different mediums, and advise them about what mediums work well together. I encourage each individual student to take risks with various materials in order to produce a work that is uniquely theirs. Students can work in a representational, abstract, or non-objective style. Most of all I hope I bring excitement to the process of creation.
“The work of Carolyn Land reflects sensitivity and perception that will withstand the test of time. Her ability to transcend the pictorial and dominate the world of abstract is in evidence in her powerful use of color and texturing, evoking response on an emotional and intellectual level”. —Dr. Carmen Vila, Ed.D, Art Educator and Historian