In her mixed-media class, Exploring Boundaries between Figurative and Abstract Painting, international artist and Museum Art School instructor Victoria Mayol will guide students in exploring the exciting possibilities of working with abstract and figurative subjects.
Instructor Holly Harmon brings us a new course, The New Modern Woman: Themes in Contemporary Art, where topics such as language, body, absence, presence, and identity will be expanded through women artists’ work.
Watch an excerpt from Morgan Kuster’s Watercolor: Wild and Wonderful class as she addresses some basic techniques.
Watch Painting with Colored Pencils’ instructor Ed Cortez work harmoniously through the elements of art to create a realistic drawing of a leaf.
Award-winning artist, designer, and Museum Art School educator Carolyn Fee demonstrates a simple yet effective drawing technique.
In this short tutorial, artist and Museum Art School Faculty member, Christine Thomas, shows us how to use a liner brush while defining shapes in her rendition of Hokusai’s Under the Wave of Kanagawa.
Art Historian and Museum Art School Faculty member Chris Fasolino is leading students through a fascinating journey to explore how food and wine have become a part of art history.
Follow along with artist and museum educator, Jordan Black, who has developed a course tailored to beginning artists who seek to understand the techniques behind figure drawing.
Watch professional photographer Asia Hamilton walks us through the fundamental skill of setting up the correct ISO when taking our pictures.
Local artist Edmund Cortez gives us a brief tutorial on how to transform our drawings into paintings using colored pencils and a simple blending technique.