Workshops & Field Trips
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Workshop Policy:

Workshop instructors are paid on the number of registrants.  If you sign-up and cannot attend a workshop,  please contact
the administrator to see if a replacement can be found to assume the cost. If a replacement cannot be found, no refund will be issued.

Workshops are usually $55/SAG members and $65/ Non-members, and reserved when the payment is made.

For more information on enrolling or teaching a workshop, please contact Jan Kelley at
Tuesday Painting Group      FREE  
All are welcome.
9am-12am      (Summer Hours

Join us on Tuesday mornings for fun and fellowship. At the
same church i as our meetings.        
 Bring whatever you are
working on!

You never know when someone will offer a mini demo,
workshop, tutorial, or ????????
Figure Drawing Group

Every 4th Friday - September thru May  9am to noon

Fee for the model - $5 members / $10 non members

This is a non-instructional figure drawing group. Please bring your
own drawing materials,including an easel (if you wish).  We hire a
professional model for the entire 3 hours.The session starts with
several 2 and 5 minute warm up drawings followed by longer
poses; 10 – 45  minutes.

Please notify Bernadette Wladyka (571) 435-7043 if you will be attending
Upcoming Workshops:   Christine Crosby – Oils – July 14, 2018
Christopher Kyle - Pointillism - May 12  2018 - 10 students

Chris,a Charleston native, studied Engineering Design Graphics and Graphic Design Trident Tech College but kept coming back to
traditional art. Kyle is a self-taught artist developing his skills through trial and error. His work is primarily done in charcoal however Chris
loves to incorporate colored pencils in his artwork and has a secret obsession with pen and ink.

In 2011 Chris Kyle started to take art seriously.  He joined the Summerville Artist Guild in 2012. Since then Chris has won a handful of
ribbons; done numerous commissions; and made a few business logos.

For Chris, Art is not a hobby as he strives to be a professional artist much like Jonathan Green and Bob Graham.  He says, “If they can do
it…Then why can’t I. “

About Chris Kyle’s workshop: You will learn how to create the look of Pointillism.

Supplies needed: Sketchbook no larger than 8x11 that works well for pencil and ink.,Pencil and eraser for sketching,,3 Black Micron pens:  
Sizes 02, 03, and 05.

Chris will have a photo for you to work from.  If you would like to bring your own photo/s of a flower/s to work from you may do that also.