Painting Supplies

Live online art classes, all year
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All our classes are live, sychronis and online (meaning there is a teacher and students live with you) each week. The  teacher will walk you through projects and assist you during class.  Classes are ongoing and you can drop in and out as you please, but are also loosely divided by quarter.  The  Summer Quarter goes from July 5-Oct. 2, 2022.  We use Whatsapp Messenger to deliver critique during class, please download that on your phone if you plan to join in classes. 

Class start times vary depending upon where you live in the world, The website will update you automatically when you register.  For those who prefer paper, you can download and print the 2022 Summer quarter schedule

Summer Classes

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Printmaking from Home - SUNDAYS

Each quarter, we offer a different mini course on Sundays,  on different subjects, with different guest teachers.  Summer Quarter:  Printmaking from Home with Lado Pochkhua, on Sundays, July 10, 17, 24 and August 7 and 21, September 4 and 18). A professional artist focusing on printmaking, and a father of two young children, during the pandemic Lado developed printmaking techniques to entertain his young children using equipment found around the house.  He liked it so much he incorporated the tecnniques into his professional work, too!  Learn with Lado on all basics of printmaking.  A great class for adults and families!  

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Drawing to Painting - TUESDAYS

A great class for all experience levels, artist Leah Kohlenberg will walk you through a basic drawing project, with participants having the option to continue in pencil, or to add the water-based painting medium of their choice.   Requires at minimum pencil and paper.

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Tween Art Prep Course - THURSDAYS

Is your 11- to 13-year-old showing some talent (and more importantly, a strong desire) towards making art? Do they need to prep art portfolios for an upcoming high school or other art class? Or are they simply ready for more advanced art instruction? This live zoom class is designed for the tween who loves art and wants to boost fundamental drawing and painting skills with a professional artist and teacher. The four sessions will include four different drawing techniques - with pencil, charcoal, ink and pastels - and each class will result in one artwork (either completed or near completion). All classes are recorded so if student misses a class they can catch up via video. And each package also includes one individual meeting with the student and teacher Leah Kohlenberg (via zoom) to make sure individual goals (art portfolio prep, for example) are being met. To be followed in August by a four-session painting class.

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Drawing Faces (3/4 pose) - THURSDAYS

Learn how to draw faces  in this class, for both experienced drawers and ambitious beginners.  Each week, artist Leah Kohlenberg will walk you through drawing a face or figure, with special emphasis on measuring and focusing on different aspects of figure drawing each month.  Demos might be done in pencil, charcoal, ink, pastels or paint, but each lesson can be done with a pencil and paper.  Note:  This is a continuation from Winter Quarter's Faces, basics class, so some drawing experience is recommended for this class.

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Drawing Made Easy: Focus on Ink - SATURDAYS

Think you can’t draw?  Learn otherwise in this all-levels drawing class, with particular instruction for complete beginners.  All classes will feature a demo of a specific subject – and artist Leah Kohlenberg  will walk you through the steps to create a better drawing than you can imagine. Throughout the year, demos might be conducted in pencil, charcoal, or ink (supply list here), but you can do every lesson with a pencil and paper.

Think you can’t paint?  Learn otherwise in this all-levels painting class, with particular instruction for complete beginners.  All classes will feature a demo of a specific subject – and artist Leah Kohlenberg will walk you through the steps to create a better painting than you can imagine. Throughout the year, demos might be conducted in gouache, watercolors or acrylics, but you can do every lesson with the water-based painting medium of your choice.

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Painting Made Easy - FRIDAYS

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Oil Acrylic Painting Studio - SUNDAYS

Walk through basic drawing and painting projects with artist Leah Kohlenberg, for both experienced artists and ambitious beginners.  Requires a specific supply list, either for oil or acrylic paints.   All demos done in oil, though students can follow in acrylic, too.

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