WATERCOLORS Beginner Series
Explore the delight of watercolor and develop basic skills. This four class series is an introduction to watercolor painting techniques exploring textures, mixing colors and creating strong compositions. The instructor will provide demonstrations and feedback to encourage you to create your own successful watercolor paintings. Student must purchase supplies for class and bring to each session.
Needed Supplies are listed below.
Paper: no less than 140 lb. individual sheets or pads. This weight is the most common and cost effective. Arches, Fabriano, Canson, Strathmore, Cotman are all good quality papers. Watercolor Tube Paint: starting with primary colors (red, yellow, blue). Winsor-Newton, Cotman, DaVinci, Holbein, Daniel Smith, Schminke, Grumbacher are all manufacturers of quality paints. Paint Brushes: synthetic, #10 round brush, a 1” flat brush, and a big flat 2” brush for washes. Palette: Teacher’s personal preference is a butcher tray with plenty of room for mixing. There are many plastic, white palettes available with wells on the sides and a middle section for mixing. Water Containers: 2 unbreakable wide mouth containers. Other materials: Pencils, erasers, sponge, spray bottle
Four Part Class occurs on November 26, December 3, 10, and 17 from 6:30-8:30p.m.
Member Price (4 classes) $120 Non-member Price (4 classes) $160
Fluid painting, or paint pouring, is a technique used with acrylic paints and flow medium that creates unique and really amazing effects. You end up with an incredible piece of abstract, fluid art that will amaze you, your friends, and your family. Plus, it is really fun! A relaxing form of art that is great for everyone.
All supplies are included- enough for each student to make 2 fluid pieces of art based on two techniques, dirty pours and swiping!
PLEASE NOTE- Fluid art takes a minimum of 24 hours to dry. We recommend leaving the pieces for a scheduled pick up after the class to avoid risking damage to your new beautiful art!
Suitable for ages 8 to adult. Max 15 student
Dates: 11/15 and 11/22 and 12/6 and 12/13
6p.m. to 8p.m.
SICA member - $40 per student /Non-member - $55 per student
Instructor: Atalie Antcliff
Make It Monday
Learn to paint nativity figures on wooden peg people. Learn to build a stable from cardboard. All supplies (wooden figures for Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, shepherd, angel, 3 kings) included. (Two session class)
Cost: $45 SICA member, $60 non-member
November 18 and December 2 at 6:30p.m.
Contact SICA directly by phone to register and pay by credit, check, or cash. Register through eventbrite for a small fee.
Instructor: Georgiann Coons
Class Size: 10
Toddler Tuesday at SICA provides endless opportunities for sensory exploration and artsy fun! Children are free to explore the materials provided during the session, and will be gently encouraged to use all of their senses while creating. Toddler Tuesday will provide an opportunity for socialization, problem solving, skill building, sensory exploration, and so much more.
Suitable for ages 1-5, Dress for mess! Classes on Tuesday's from 9a.m. to 11a.m.
Dates: 11/19, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17
SICA member drop in price $10 per child, Non-member $15 per child
Class size limited to 10
The pottery barn at Southern Indiana Center for the arts will be open every Saturday from 11:00-1:00 for youth and from 1:00-3:00 for adults. This will be an open studio and students are encouraged to bring their own ideas and let our trained pottery instructor help you develop them into your own personal masterpiece. SICA is happy to help you complete for your projects. “Pottery is a multi-step process and it can take about three to four weeks to get a project complete.” Said Betty Johnson, Resident Pottery Instructor.
The pottery barn will continue to be open on Thursday nights for additional instruction by prepaid reservation only. Come check us out for all your pottery needs.
Cost for a session is $20.00 for non-members and $16.00 for members. Annual membership rates begin at $25 dollars for an individual!
For more information please call 812-522-2278
Created with images by Steve Johnson - "untitled image" • Element5 Digital - "untitled image" • Carissa Weiser - "Our world is so digital these days. Most of the time, it’s a good thing. But on days like this– when it’s drizzling outside my window– it’s nice to unplug from it all and work on a project that doesn’t depend on your ability to use a computer. It’s just you, your hands, and your imagination." • Paweł Czerwiński - "untitled image" • Gareth Harper - "I took this shot whilst making a short video, inspired by the Gospel accounts of the birth of Jesus. My friend lent me their beautiful nativity set, some other friends lent me their desk lamps for lighting and it’s amazing what you can achieve with some fairylights, sellotape and depth of field. Anyways, Merry Christmas. God bless us, everyone." • Senjuti Kundu - "This is two-year-old Malki, her name means Queen in Yiddish. We were at the park playing with paint and bubbles and this shot was a remarkably lucky one since toddlers move so fast. This photo is important to me because it captures her innocence and reminds me how happy and carefree I was that day, hanging out with her." • Quino Al - "Alfarería" • Hanny Naibaho - "thanks postcard and latte"