Free for Members, $5 per Non-Member
Pre-registration is required. Space is limited.
Each month (September to May), participants will be introduced to one of the Museum’s exhibitions in a fun and accessible, hands-on learning experience for all ages. Labs are led by professional artists or art educators who guide participants in creating their own artwork. Using a array of mediums and techniques, the project will relate to an exhibition on display in the Museum.
Degas Impressionist Drawings – “Creating a Still Life”
Instructor: Julie Terhaar, BFA, Illustration and Painting, Savannah College of Art and Design
Explore the impressionist style of Degas drawings. Beginning with a simple still life students will construct a pleasing composition learning the art of gesture drawing and the use of willow charcoal along with pastel to create depth and value to their piece just as Degas created.
Julie TerHaar is an established artist and teacher with over twenty-five years of experience. She holds her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in both Illustration and Painting with a minor in Art History from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She is an instructor at PMA for adult and teen classes and is an art teacher at Sikes Elementary in Mulberry. She has been in numerous galleries in the D.C. and Northern Virginia region where she resided for twenty years and has completed over 200 commissioned portraits and paintings for clients.