GLENN HIRSCH MIXED MEDIA PAINTINGS

CLASS SCHEDULE FALL 2014

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UC BERKELEY EXTENSION'S DOWNTOWN CENTER IN S.F.


Light and Space Painting

Instructor: Glenn Hirsch

Mon 6:30PM - 9:30PM
22 Sep 2014 to 8 Dec 2014

ART X411.4 - 002
UC Extension Art and Design Center, San Francisco

Classroom 213

Introductory slide show, click here

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Focus on both the concepts and techniques of creating light and space in your artwork. Use the narrative language of photography and film—such as backlighting, shadow casting and deep focus—to conceptualize and apply these effects to any genre of work. Use color and composition to create works that can convey the infinite or circumscribe your space. This course is intended for intermediate and advanced students. 


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Mixed-Media Painting

Instructor: Glenn Hirsch

Sat 10:00AM - 1:00PM
20 Sep 2014 to 13 Dec 2014

ART X440 - 005
UC Extension Art and Design Center, San Francisco

Classroom 213

Introductory slide show, click here

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Learn painting and drawing methods, textural effects and collage techniques that encourage improvisation and experimentation in your work. Learn about the use of water-based painting media and their combination with drawing media, including pencil, charcoal and ink.
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Pen and Ink Drawing

Instructor: Glenn Hirsch

Tue 6:30PM - 9:30PM
23 Sep 2014 to 16 Dec 2014 No meeting on Nov. 11

ART X432 - 002
UC Extension Art and Design Center, San Francisco

Classroom 218

Introductory slide show, click here

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Explore traditional and innovative approaches to line drawing with pen and ink. Demonstrations introduce you to the different types of pens, papers and inks. Course projects cover a full repertoire of line-making techniques, including gesture, contour, hatching, stippling, and devel­oped and freestyle lines, as well as the use of ink washes for grounds and shading.

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THE SAN FRANCISCO ART INSTITUTE PUBLIC EDUCATION

Wednesdays, September 10 - December 3
7:30–10:30 pm | Studio 117 | $480
 
(no session Nov. 26)


Through visual and verbal analysis, you will increase the power of your work and overcome blocks that hinder the completion of paintings. The course presents ideas to help you explore the content of your art through irony, humor, narrative, mood, and the use of unusual materials. Individual instruction and technical assignments will help you to explore a particular style and become more independent by painting in series.


prerequisite: recent college-level classes in painting and/or drawing.

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student work from this class, click
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