drawing

Students will work in a small group setting of no more than 9 students. This class is designed for students who have taken the Beginner/Intermediate...

Students will work in a small group setting of no more than 9 students. This class is designed for students who have taken the Beginner/Intermediate...

Interested in learning how to draw? Or have you already taken a drawing class and want to know more? Then you can familiarize yourself with...

This is a colored pencil workshop with award-winning artist Sandie Daignault and will provide step-by-step instructions with tips and techniques for the creation of a...

A colored pencil workshop with award-winning artist Sandie Daignault, this class is designed for students who have taken the Beginner/Intermediate workshop and completed the Pear...

Interested in learning how to draw? Or have you already taken a drawing class and want to know more? Then you can familiarize yourself with...

This is a two day, two-hour colored pencil workshop with award-winning artist Sandie Daignault and is designed for beginners. Students will work in a small...

Connecticut youth share their portraits and stories of healing from the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic in this collection from two workshops led by an award-winning New England portrait artist.
"Pandemic Portraiture: Reflections of Healing" is a CT FY22 grant-supported program taught by portraitist ShawnaLee Waterbury-Kwashnak to a select group of Connecticut youth artists who created portraits inspired by their witness of healing during the pandemic. The project culminated in a virtual art show and this book, which captures experiences during the midst of turmoil and will be of interest for historians for generations to come. It includes a section for readers to record their own reflections of healing.
  This program was produced with the support of the Department of Economic and Community Development, Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Master blending colors together, hone new and old techniques, and push yourself to become the artist you were always meant to be.

Through fun and practical drawing assignments, learn alongside others a set of foundational skills that allow you to explore art on your own.

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