Date(s) - Thu. Aug. 16, 2018
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This event is part of our children’s summer programs. Click here to learn more.
Class Description: A form may be created by the forming of two or more shapes or as a three-dimensional shape (cube, pyramid, sphere, and cylinder,) It may be enhanced by tone, texture, and color. A form is the external appearance of a clearly defined area. Choose only one everyday object. This should be a object that is utilized each day (something the artist can not be without). Using pastels create a work of art showing the shape of the one object, the form, and the space around the object. Over sized drawing surfaces will be help to enhance in over all look of the object.
About the Instructor: From an early age, Annette R. McCarty discovered her freedom in drawing, painting, and rag doll making. In 1992, Annette graduated with a BFA from Westfield State University. That same year, she began her art education career as an Art Teacher in the Boston Public School District. Before 2004, Annette’s dedication to studying art education helped her to receive an M.A. Ed, an M. Ed, and an M.S. Ed. Annette also has three teaching certifications from the state of Massachusetts. Her certifications are Art Education K-5, Art Education 6-12, and Special Education K-5. Through her career, Annette continuously exhibited her artwork at museums and art festivals. Annette is a retired Department Chair and Professor of Art. Currently, she is the CEO of The Annette McCarty Art Studio, LLC.