Guest Instructors

Shannon Meadows
Drawing Class
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Want to learn to draw? In this class, instructor Shannon Meadows breaks down the elements of art: line, shape, form, value, and space, then applies the principles of design: balance, emphasis, movement, variety and unity. Hands on learning will improve your ability to translate what you see into two dimensions. Lessons build on each other to strengthen skills, access your creativity and enjoy the learning process.

Ages 16 + up! Instructor: Shannon Meadows
Sundays, 12 noon - 3 p.m.
6 week session: $120

2019 Class dates to be announced soon.

Questions? Email Shannon Meadows

Allison Doke
Art Discovery

acrylic still-life painting by a child student, Oct. 2017

Acrylic painting by a student, Oct. 2017

Ages 12-17
Saturdays, 2-4 p.m.
January 26 - March  2, 2019
6 week session: $120

2019 Class dates to be announced soon.

This class is for students in middle school and high school who are interested in developing their artistic skills. The class will focus on the basics of art including, drawing, perspective, color theory, and the basics of painting.

Questions? Want to learn more about classes continuing later in 2019?
Email Allison Doke (

Charles Scogins
Fine Art Painting Class

oil painting of backlit trees by Charles Scogins

Painting of trees by Charles Scogins

Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
January 29 - March 9, 2019

8 Week Session: $150

Please make payment arrangements directly with Charles Scogins.

This eight week class enables students to work on subjects of their choice at their own skill level from beginner to advanced. Charles encourages students to work from life, but in this studio class format, using photographic reference is acceptable. Students invest time painting subjects they find exciting which provides a satisfying experience and result.

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  • The class is open to a variety of media with exception to pastels (due to breathing issues with that medium).
  • Color, composition, and a variety of approaches to painting will be discussed.
  • Students will bring their own supplies but easels are available on site.
  • Please have at least the primary and secondary colors available plus white in opaque mediums, (Yellow, Red, Blue, Violet, Green and Orange).
  • Flat brushes work best and you need not go out and spend large amounts of money on them.
  • A palette knife would also be useful.
oil painting of backlit trees by Charles Scogins

Students of Charles Scogins paint outdoors

oil painting of backlit trees by Charles Scogins

Painting of a student from a class demonstration by Charles Scogins

Questions?  E-mail Charles Scogins (