The Hoffman Center for the Arts in Manzanita will offer oil painting classes on four consecutive Thursdays, starting Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. Tuition will be $165 for the initial four weeks.
According to teacher Karen Gale, the instruction is designed to take students from “where they are to the next level.” She added, “Participants will learn the elements of art and design, classic painting techniques, and color theory through the process of creating their own paintings.”
Students who already work with oils are asked to bring their own supplies. A complete list will be provided at registration. Students new to oil painting can be provided materials for an additional $20.
The class may evolve into a weekly drop-in oil painting group.
Gale has been teaching art for eight years and is experienced to both beginning and experienced artists.
She studied in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University. Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, she created the Pike Road Painters artist group in Yamhill, joined Currents Gallery in McMinnville as an artist and teacher, and founded Pease House Art in Oregon City. She lives in Bay City, teaches art, paints, and is illustrating a children’s book.
Interested persons can register for the oil painting class on-line at hoffmanblog.org/ongoing-classes/register-for-workshops
Registration is needed no later than Monday, Oct. 26. Questions about the class can be referred to Gale at pease[email protected].