September 8, 15, 22, 29
October 6, 13, 20
Class Description for both OLLI-URI and The South Kingstown Guild:
Designed for beginner and intermediate students, this studio/class setting offers a relaxed environment in which to explore different acrylic painting techniques that will bring out their individual styles. Bring a photo/reference material of your choosing and create a painting guided by Jen Ferry. Individual attention is given to meet each student’s pace. You’ll learn tricks that will add depth, drama, and texture to your painting while experimenting with brush strokes, color choices, and composition. The goal in this all-encompassing class is to gain a working knowledge of acrylic paints while exploring your own creativity. A supply list will be provided to registrants before the first class.
For the first class come prepared with the class materials, an open mind, and the desire to create. Beginner students will start with color mixing exercises that recreate the color wheel. Intermediate students will start their paintings with Jen Ferry’s guidance on how best to translate their reference material onto the canvas.
2017 Fall Acrylic Painting at OLLI-URI
2017 Fall Classes at the South Kingstown Guild
I teach a weekly acrylic painting class that has usually 6-12 people each session. Small enough for individual instruction but big enough to do demonstrations. All skill levels. It's a supportive, friendly and relaxed environment. Register online at South Kingstown Parks and Recreation.
Fall Session 1: September 12 - October 17
Fall Session 2: October 31 - December 12
Tuesday mornings 9:30-11:30
6-week session Resident $72 Non-Resident $82
I've been teaching private lessons in acrylic painting and drawing. One-on-one instruction is so beneficial in getting you to where you want to be as an artist. Contact me for pricing and availability.
The South County Independent interviewed me for an article for it's featured artist profile series.
I was excited to be elected President of the Art League Rhode Island. A great organization whose mission is to provide a venue for the growth and encouragement of artists, to promote high standards in the visual arts, and to encourage community participation and appreciation of the greater Rhode Island arts community.
Two of my pieces got accepted into the RI Open Juried Exhibit at the Warwick Center for the Arts. I was also juried into their Art Of Light Exhibit.
One of my pieces got accepted into a juried art show at Trinity Gallery in Lime Rock, Connecticut.
Exhibiting in a group show at the New Hope Gallery in Cranston.
I was honored to be selected as a profiled artist on the Arts Business Institute's website. Click here to read the article.