Edmonton Art Classes
Edmonton Art Class at Pro’s Art School teaches the techniques of drawing, perspective and composition in oil painting. Students are guided through the styles of Classical Realism, Naturalism, Gesture and Impressionism. Students work in a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere. People work in the school as one big family, helping and encouraging one another. Many students work hard to better themselves, but still think of the group not just of themselves.
Students are able to use tilting desk tops or easels. The students can leave Still Life sets up and work on them continually every time they come. The gallery is located throughout the building and is a sumptuous display of artwork. The public is welcome to come in and browse/view the works any time a class is in progress. The visitors are free to talk to the individual students and ask questions regarding their art.
Workshops are of numerous types. We have in class drills during regular classes so that we may work altogether on the same theme during that one class, example: painting trees or a face. Occasionally workshops are held Saturday afternoons, Sunday or Thursday mornings. We also have live model drawing and painting classes. We also invite a variety of guest instructors from around the world to teach. Past teachers include Zhoaming Wu, Sherrie McGraw, Robert Johnson, & Rick Weaver.
Edmonton Art Workshops
Pro's Art School is pleased to offer workshops that feature drawing and painting in different styles including Alla Prima, portraits, landscapes and still life. The workshops are optional learning experiences for students wishing to improve their painting and drawing techniques, outside the normal classroom schedule.
Edmonton Art Instruction
- Anyone 14 or older is welcome, regardless of experience or skill level.
- Artists can register any time throughout the year.
- Classes run all year with a short break during the Christmas season.
The first class is $60 & includes:
- A Primed Stretched Canvas
- Two Pro’s Art Brushes
- In-class Oil Paints & Mediums for the first 2 paintings
- Detailed instruction
- Three and one-half hours of class time
Edmonton Art Atelier
The current "Atelier method" is a form of fine art instruction modeled after the historic private art studios of Europe. An atelier consists of an artist usually a professional painter or sculptor, working with a small number of students to train them in art. Atelier schools can be found around the world, particularly in North America and Western Europe.
Although the methods vary, most Ateliers train students in the skills and techniques associated with creating some form of representational art, the making of two-dimensional images that appear real to the viewer. They traditionally include sessions for drawing or painting a nude model.