503-325-4442
106 Third Street
Astoria, OR 97103
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Classes



~ ~ GENERAL INFORMATION ~ ~

The ASTORIA ART LOFT IS OPEN

Tuesdays through Saturday from 10 am - 4:00 pm

                                                          

   Watch for our CHILDREN'S SUMMER WORKSHOPS coming the summer of 2020 

       

Other classes are offered during regular Art Loft hours or by appointment.





Watercolor and experimental substrates - - with Jo Pomeroy

On-going Watercolor classes with Jo Pomeroy - Wednesday and Thursday afternoons


Beginner or an experienced watercolorist, all are welcome.  The beginner will learn basic watercolor techniques, color theory, design and composition, problem solving.  The advanced student will learn additional techniques, experimental techniques, different styles, and more.

Critiques follow each class.

But - - the main focus of each class is to "have FUN" on your painting journey.

Recommended Supplies:

*Paper:  140 lb. cold press Arches or similar quality brand.  (Special assignments on yupo, terraskin, masa.)

*Paints:   (Professionl quality such as Daniel Smith, Graham, Holbein, Mariblu, etc.) Permanent alizarin crimson or carmine; lemon yellow or Hansa yellow; cadmium yellow pale or Aureolin; Prussian blue or phthalo blue; cobalt blue; ultramarine blue.

*Brushes:

1" aquarelle flat;   #10 or #12 round; and a rigger (liner).

*Other:

palette or white plate, large white towel, board on which to place paper; paper towel, sponge, spray bottle; color wheel


Fee:        $30 per session

                                          For more information call 503-325-4442





BEGINNING DRAWING - getting to know Graphite to Colored Pencils

January 14, 21, 28, 2020
Febuary 4, 11, 2020

This is a beginning  class on "getting to know your pencils, related supplies and the principals of drawing" workshop. 

A class on how and where to begin your drawing journey.   No experience needed.

        Supplies:        

                No.   HB, #2, H4, B4  

                            A white vinyl eraser 

                            9 X 12 inch drawing journal or close to that size

        Some supplies  will be available to try and use