Education

ArtStudio Class Schedule


On-site art classes are offered throughout the year in a variety of media for all ages and levels of training. Together with our professional artist/educators, students explore the creative process in a supportive and experimental environment, and all classes involve educational experiences in the museum galleries.

Limited art supplies sold in the museum store. Discount for members.

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Uninstructed Life Drawing – All Media Open Studio with Kristin Lindseth | Spring 2018

Fridays, April 13 – June 15 (No class on 5/25)
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Fee: $110 TMA MEMBER, $130 NON-MEMBER ($20 DROP IN FEE PER CLASS)

Draw, paint or sculpt from life in a series of open sessions with models both male and female. These uninstructed life drawing sessions are for all levels of experience, beginning to professional artist. Tables, easels and chairs provided. We have 10 easels on a first-come, first-served basis. 8 weeks.


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Explorations in Drawing with Jeff Bramschreiber - Spring 2018

Beginner to Intermediate

Fridays, April 13 - June 8 (no class on 5/25)  
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Fee: $140 TMA MEMBER, $155 NON-MEMBER ($20 DROP IN FEE PER CLASS)

This class will explore all the dimensions of traditional and contemporary approaches to drawing from the fundamentals to illustration. Students will use a variety of traditional and mixed media approaches including dry and wet techniques. 8 week session.


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Watercolor Masters with Jane Hofstetter

Intermediate to Advanced Students

Wednesdays, March 28 + April 25 + May 23 + June 27, 2018
Time: 9:30am – 1:00pm
Fee: $130 TMA member, $145 non-member

Using her book, 7 Keys to Great Paintings, as a manual for the class, Jane R. Hofstetter will teach six classes presenting techniques and posing solutions to problems encountered when using watercolor. Many examples of famous artists will be looked at in each class with Ms. Hofstetter demonstrating techniques. Students will work at home and bring their work for critique.

Ms. Hofstetter has been painting and teaching for more than 25 years. She studied art at the University of California at Berkeley and Los Angeles’ Chouinard Art Institute. Ms. Hofstetter is a member of the National Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. She currently teaches watercolor workshops throughout the United States and Europe. Her work has appeared in Watercolor Magic, American Artist, The Artist Magazine and The Collected Best of Watercolor (Rockport Publishers, 2002). She is the author of 7 Keys to Great Paintings (North Light Books, 2005).

Space is limited! To sign up, please contact the Education Department at education@tritonmuseum.org or at 408-247-0731.


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