Art

I.   The Art of Collage 

**EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $89 before January 14**

CollageInstructor: Andy Zaller

Six Sessions: Mondays, February 3, 10, 17, 24; March 3 and 10--6:00-7:30 PM

Price: $99—Class limited to 20 students.

Collage has been a popular medium of artistic expression since the 20th century.  Artists such as Picasso used collage materials to create both representational compositions (including still life, landscape, and portraiture) and non-representational compositions (emphasizing color, line, and shape).  With a  pair of scissors, a little glue, and a lot of creativity, you will learn to transform magazines, construction paper, and tin foil into works of art.

Bring images and found materials to class to create your masterpiece!

Dr. Andy Zaller has been an art educator for over 30 years--26 of which were spent teaching art at Booker T. Washington High School.  As an AP Studio Art consultant for the College Board, he gained an understanding of what it takes to grow novice artists into masters of their craft.  Currently, Andy teaches Art Appreciation and Art History courses at the college level.  Venues such as OSU-Tulsa, Mayfest, KSU, and the University of Tennessee have displayed Andy's art.  His books Dancers, Z-Scapes, and Invitation to Dance also display Andy's prolific craft.

 

II.   Over and Under: Beginning Basket Weaving

**EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $119 before January 14**

Basket WeavingInstructor: Becky Walker

Six Sessions: Mondays, February 3, 10, 17, 24; March 3, 10 and 17--6:00-8:00 PM

Price: $129—Class limited to 12 students.

When you see a beautiful hand-woven basket, do you find yourself thinking, "how could anyone do that?"  Do you yearn to hand weave a basket of your own?  Are you looking for a new and unique outlet for your creative energies?

"Over and Under" will teach you the basic techniques of basket weaving--an old and gratifying art.  You will learn how to lay out a base, weave in a "locking" row, weave with different colors of dyed reed, rim and lash a basket, and even add decorative curls.  At the end of the class, you will go proudly home with a usable and attractive market-style basket.  If you can imagine it, you can probably weave it!

Discussions and examples presented in class will include weaving materials, techniques, and basket styles.  Basket weaving supplies are included in the price of the class.

Becky Walker was taught her first basket several years ago by a close friend.  Since then, she has studied under several nationally-renowned masters, including John McGuire, Flo Hoppe, and JoAnne Kelly Catsos.  To keep her techniques innovative and updated, she attends weaving conferences across the U.S., and is an active member in the Basket Weavers Guild of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Native American Basket Weavers Association, and the Texas Basket Weavers Association.

 

III.   Freedom of Print: Silkscreen for the Beginner

**EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $169 before January 14**

SilkscreenInstructor: Kelly Foshee

Six Sessions: Wednesdays, February 5, 12, 19, 26; March 5 and 12--6:00-8:00 PM

Price: $189—Class limited to 10 students.

Silkscreen is an extremely accessible, easy-to-learn printmaking process, but also a very versatile art form.  In this class, you will learn to create your own designs on cards, posters, and clothing--but you can use this technique on nearly any surface!  Class will feature lessons in water-based, non-toxic silkscreen printing, both single color and reductive (multi-)color.  Most supplies are included in the price of the class--please contact your instructor about any further materials.

Expand your creative possibilities--no prior experience necessary!

Kelly Foshee, a native Tulsa, is a Teaching Artist.  Kelly received her BFA in painting and printmaking, and a MFA in printmaking from The University of Tulsa, and promotes art education throughout the Tulsa area.  Currently, Kelly serves as the Fine and Performing Arts Chair at the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences, and has taught young artists for the last ten years.  She has taught Studio Art and Art History at TSAS since 2006.  Her work has been showcased in exhibitions around the country, and in London.