Painting Supplies

Live online art classes, all year
Find your next art class here and start creating

All our classes are live online each week, featuring a teacher who 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 Spring Quarter goes from April 5-June 26, 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 Spring  Quarter Schedule

Current Classes

Emma procreate.jpg

Mini Course:  Draw and Paint with ProCreate

In April, we'll start offering 1 mini course each quarter, with several drop-in workshops taught on Sundays on different subjects, with different guest teachers.  April's class:  Learn to Draw and Paint with Procreate, by Emma Bergman, on April 10, 24 and May 1, 22, 29, and June 12 and 26.  Apple's Procreate drawing and painting program has become an important tool for artists - both as a way to plan drawings and paintings, and also to create original work (David Hockney's last show was all digital art).  Emma will walk you through drawing and painting different subjects using the many Procreate tools. All experience levels welcome!

Kirista - art 2.JPG

Abstract Mixed Media Painting - SCHEDULED SOON

A fantastic class for students of all experience levels, each week, abstract artist Kirista Trask will introduce you to a new abstract artist or an art technique and then give you exercises to follow.   Have fun creating abstract art, while learning about composition, color, mark-making, and a little art history, too! Heavy craft or watercolor paper, scissors, water-based paints of any kind, brushes and even coffee grounds might be used in this class!  

Drawing to painting_edited.jpg

Focus on Drawing - Wednesdays

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.

Charcoal drawing - Step 9.jpg

Drawing Faces - 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.

Painting Supplies

Painting Made Easy - Fridays

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.

Drawing Figures

Drawing Made Easy - 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.

Paint Brushes with Paint on Them

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.

moneyVoucherImage624010.jpg