Adult (ages 17+)

Adult classes and workshops are offered over the course of one day to six weeks. Classes and workshops are great for beginning to advanced level students. The Kimball Art Center offers a wide variety of both classes and workshops for the busy adult schedule. There is always an artistic adventure awaiting you at the Kimball from pottery, painting and photography, to fused glass and welding. Register today, space is limited and classes fill quickly. *Note that teens 16+ can register for select adult classes.

Art classes will be held at our new facility, 1401 Kearns Blvd.

FALL SEMESTER

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Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop I
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 29

With Local Business Owners Alex Lowe & Jesse Santaularia from Motherlode PC

$50. Wine & T-shirt included.
@ Motherlode PC (710 Main St #3, Park City, UT)
This workshop is for students 21+. ID required.


Support local business and enjoy a creative night out at our Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop.  Alex and Jesse will host students at their shop/studio on Main St., where they produce screen printed goods, including t-shirts, posters, totes and more.  Choose from one of their original Park City designs, or email an image that you would like to print, and they will teach you how to screen print a unique image onto a t-shirt or poster.  If you choose to BYO image, please email your image at least 24 hrs in advance to alex@motherlodepc.com. Photos must be black and white and other graphics must be one color. High-res photoshop, illustrator, jpg, or pdf files will all work!  Can’t make it?  We are offering this workshop once a month over the fall semester so everyone can give it a try and enjoy!

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Welding Workshop III
1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 1

With Jim Hoffmeister

$80 + $25 materials fee.


If you have ever seen sparks flying and wondered what those folks were doing, this class will answer your questions and give you the metalworking itch, guaranteed!  Students will have the opportunity to learn the basics of metalworking and metal sculpture design.  We will be using MIG welders, Oxygen/Acetylene torches, Plasma Cutters, Grinders, Shapers, Cut-off tools, and anything we can find laying around to bend, shape or mold our ideas into art. This class is also open for  teens ages 14+, who can handle a more advanced class setting.  This is the last welding workshop until summer - sign up in advance to reserve your space!

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Painting the Expressive Portrait
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Mondays, October 3, 10, 17, 24

With Annette Mehr

$180 + materials list.


Students revisit and refine portraiture technique. Rather than exaggerate to the point of caricature, learn to accurately show and create dynamic expressions through oil paint, and how to use brushstrokes and a specific color palette to convey mood and enhance the expressive portrait.  This class will be taught from photo references and mirrors for self-portraiture.  Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Silver Paper Clay
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 8

With Carol Avery

$70 + $35 materials fee


Explore a version of PMC + Silver Clay, infused with an ingredient to make it workable for a longer period as the medium is delicate, yet durable. Japanese metal clay artists make beautiful miniature Origami pieces with it. Try your hand at weaving it by cutting strips and then manipulating them, or accordion-fold it. Ambitious artists may venture into an Origami piece or two. Finished pieces can be worn as pendants, broaches, or earrings, depending on the design.

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Wake & Draw: Open Studio Figure Draw Session III
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 8

Figure model provided.
$15, BYO drawing materials.
*This class is for adults only 18+.


Unwind from the work week and enjoy your Saturday morning in the studio.  This class has been offered because of popular demand!  Grab an easel or a drawing horse, bring a pad of paper, your preferred drawing medium, and your creativity.  A nude and/or draped model will be present to pose.  Students will work with the model to communicate positions, quick draw exercises, or extended time draws, etc., which will allow students to continue their study of the figure.  There is no instructor during this open studio session, so it is suggested that students who register have figure drawing experience. Wake & Draw is meant to be a creative meeting place for artistic people to share their techniques and skills on a community setting.  Come by and try it! Space is limited to 10 students, so please register in advance to reserve your space.

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Introduction to Book Arts: Handmade Journals using the Hidden Belgium Binding Stitch
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 8

With Jan Harris Smith

$70 + $10 materials fee.


Learn how to make a handmade journal to write, draw or paint in from basic materials. We will measure and cut pages and form them into signatures cover book board with decorative papers to create a cover and spine and use the Hidden Belgium binding stitch to attach cover to signatures. As we work on our journals, we will discuss journaling techniques and ways to personalize your journal. At the end of class, you will have a one of a kind journal to record your thoughts in and learn all the basics of bookbinding in this class!

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In the Field Photography: Changing Colors
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Sunday, October 9

With Rebekah Stevens

$100 + BYO digital camera (tripod optional).


Experience the changing colors of the beautiful fall season with Rebekah as she takes you out in the field and teaches landscape photography techniques.  Most of the class will be spent outside in the field taking photos of the mountains and fall foliage. For the latter portion of the class, students will come back to the KAC to assess their photos and have open discussion about their experiences and challenges.  Class size is small, so all levels of experience are welcome as beginner, intermediate and advanced techniques will be taught!

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Glass Fusion I
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Tuesdays, October 11, 18, 25; November 1

With Jan Harris Smith

$180 + $80 materials fee.


Learn the basics of glass fusion while creating one of a kind glass projects in class. We will explore the use of tools used to shape and form glass. Properties and types of glass will be discussed, as well basic design concepts, resulting in the completion of several finished projects. Class will cover the use of reactive glasses, the use of frit, rod, and dichroic to create patterns in glass and the use of inclusions in glass such as silver foil. Cold working techniques will be demonstrated to put a finishing touch on the fused glass piece. This class is for beginners and intermediate students continuing their practice in glass fusion.

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Choose Your Own Medium: Pastel & Watercolor
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Wednesdays, October 12, 19, 26; November 9, 16

With Jeanne LaRae

$250 + $20 materials fee


These sessions will teach the basics of each medium. Intermediate students are welcome to participate as Jeanne will work at the individual pace of each student.   Jeanne will teach you how to use the correct tools and the correct methods to achieve an awesome painting. On the first day of class, please bring one piece of Masonite or a thick wood panel to tape down the paper.  Jeanne LaRae/Kimball Art Center will supply the pastels and the watercolor. This will allow you to explore these new mediums without a huge investment.  This is a class that will help you learn the skills to move forward into other drawing and painting classes with more confidence and abilities to paint either on your own or along with an instructor.  This class will be split into two sessions - 3 classes focusing on pastel, and 3 classes focusing on watercolor.  You are welcome to continue in one medium if you choose.

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Artist Professional Development Workshop II: The Field
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 13

With Maggie Willis

$13, BYO artwork.


The Field is a peer-to-peer forum for artists to share work and exchange feedback.  The Fieldwork method reveals how each piece is perceived by others and fosters a detailed information exchange that is both efficient and supportive.  Insightful and stimulating critiques are guided by an experienced facilitator.  Artists working in any medium (performing, visual, new media, craft, folk art, design, literary, music) are invited to attend, the groups are aesthetically diverse.  Fieldwork is effective for beginning, emerging, and established artists.  Participants may share completed works or works-in-progress.  By practicing Fieldwork, artists benefit from; expanding feedback skills across disciplines, connecting with other artists, jump starting their practice, making progress on developing projects, audience building, and gain an understanding of how and what their work communicates to viewers.

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Explorations in Painting II
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Tuesdays, October 18, 25; November 1, 8, 15

With Jeanne LaRae

$210 + materials list.


Take time to relax and learn to paint with either acrylic or oil paints in this class (student’s choice). Students will learn to paint from references – either photographs and/or still life sets.  Students can bring in their own photographs to paint.  By the last day of class, students will have the skills necessary to continue painting on their own, or advance to another class. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Intro to Metalsmithing
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Wednesdays, October 19, 26; November 2, 9, 16, 30
(No class November 23)

With Jan Harris Smith

$300 + $40 materials fee.


Have you always wanted to learn to craft your own jewelry using silver and other metals?  Join Jan as she instructs students in the art of metalsmithing including sawing, shaping, soldering, forming, polishing and stone setting. Students should be able to create at least two finished projects in class. This class is for beginners.

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Intro to Pastels: Florals and Botanicals
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Thursdays, October 20, 27; November 3, 10

With Annette Mehr

$180 + materials list.


Pastels are the perfect stepping stone from drawing to painting. It is dry media, so it is accessible to people who have never painted before. Techniques used are similar to those used in painting. Learn to paint with pastel while improving your observational skills and practicing color theory.  Students will work from photo references to explore the beauty of florals and botanicals in pastel. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Wake & Draw: Open Studio Figure Draw Session IV
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 22

Figure model provided.
$15, BYO drawing materials.
*This class is for adults only 18+.


Unwind from the work week and enjoy your Saturday morning in the studio.  This class has been offered because of popular demand!  Grab an easel or a drawing horse, bring a pad of paper, your preferred drawing medium, and your creativity.  A nude and/or draped model will be present to pose.  Students will work with the model to communicate positions, quick draw exercises, or extended time draws, etc., which will allow students to continue their study of the figure.  There is no instructor during this open studio session, so it is suggested that students who register have figure drawing experience. Wake & Draw is meant to be a creative meeting place for artistic people to share their techniques and skills on a community setting.  Come by and try it! Space is limited to 10 students, so please register in advance to reserve your space.

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The Art of Printmaking in Monotypes
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 22

With Linda Taynahza

$100 + $10 materials fee.


Many monotype applications will be covered with lots of demonstrations in this workshop; fingers and rags, brushes and brayers, sponges and crayons might be tried to apply inks. Multiple drops, multiple plates, chine colle’, washes, stencils, stamps, reworking the ghost plate and more will be covered.  A sampler of each process might be produced.  Or, a series concentrating on one or two applications could also be approached.  Enjoy a day of printmaking. Class will be fun and interesting for everyone!  Materials list available with class registration.

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Restart the Art II
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Tuesdays, October 25; November 1, 8, 15, 22

With Nathan Jarvis

$210 + $20 materials fee.


For anyone who has ever wistfully said, “I used to draw and paint.” Heck, also for anyone who has never actually painted or drawn much, but perhaps has lost a bet or is stepping up to a double-dog dare. Get back to drawing and painting in a fun, non-threatening setting where good humor, helpfulness and practical exercises encourage ownership of creative skills. Work from life and student-supplied photo reference.

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Choose Your Own Medium Painting: Oils or Acrylics (AM Session II)
10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Thursdays, October 27; November 3, 10, 17; December 1, 8, 15, 22
(No class November 24)

With Jeanne LaRae

$340 + materials list.


Take time to relax and learn to paint with either acrylic or oil paints in this class. Students will paint from either still life sets and/or photographs which they will choose as a class or individually.  By the last day of class, students will have the skills necessary to continue painting on their own, or advance to another class. Please bring a photograph (your own work or something you are interested in) to class with you on the first day. Beginning to intermediate level students are welcome.  Students are also invited to take a full day of painting and register for both the AM and PM sessions.

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Choose Your Own Medium Painting: Oils or Acrylics (PM Session II)
1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Thursdays, October 27; November 3, 10, 17; December 1, 8, 15, 22

With Jeanne LaRae

$340 + materials list.


Take time to relax and learn to paint with either acrylic or oil paints in this class. Students will paint from either still life sets and/or photographs which they will choose as a class or individually.  By the last day of class, students will have the skills necessary to continue painting on their own, or advance to another class. Please bring a photograph (your own work or something you are interested in) to class with you on the first day. Beginning to intermediate level students are welcome. Students are also invited to take a full day of painting and register for both the AM and PM sessions.

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Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop II
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, October 27

With Local Business Owners Alex Lowe & Jesse Santaularia from Motherlode PC

$50. Wine & T-shirt included.
@ Motherlode PC (710 Main St #3, Park City, UT)
This workshop is for students 21+. ID required.


Support local business and enjoy a creative night out at our Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop.  Alex and Jesse will host students at their shop/studio on Main St., where they produce screen printed goods, including t-shirts, posters, totes and more.  Choose from one of their original Park City designs, or email an image that you would like to print, and they will teach you how to screen print a unique image onto a t-shirt or poster.  If you choose to BYO image, please email your image at least 24 hrs in advance to alex@motherlodepc.com. Photos must be black and white and other graphics must be one color. High-res photoshop, illustrator, jpg, or pdf files will all work!  Can’t make it?  We are offering this workshop once a month over the fall semester so everyone can give it a try and enjoy!

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Plaster Molds & Slip Casting
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Thursdays, October 27; November 3, 10, 17

With Kristen McDermaid

$180 + $30 materials fee.


Mold making and slip-casting are great skills to have when working with clay. In this workshop, participants will learn to make simple plaster molds and cast objects using clay slip. Participants will learn how to build and assemble using a combination of found slip-casting molds along with their own cast objects. This class will create sculptural multiples that can be combined and altered in limitless configurations and possibilities. We will discuss the technicalities and the benefits of slip casting forms. All skill levels are welcome from beginner to advanced.

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Stitch It Up: Embroidered Jewelry Workshop
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 29

With Lindsay Frei

$60 + $15 materials fee.


Have fun with Lindsay and learn the art of embroidery on fabric while making some awesome wearable art.  Students come up with their own miniature designs, whether it be a phrase, an animal, an object, or an emoji.  Lindsay will have kits prepared for each student to display the embroidered art as a pendant on a necklace.  Come stitch it up and accessorize creatively!  Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Illustration 101
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Wednesdays, November 2, 9, 16, 30
(No class November 23)

With Nathan Jarvis

$140 + $15 materials fee.


Hone visual problem solving skills. Explore various career options available today. Find out what is unique to yourself and how to best develop it. Learn about copyrights and basic business considerations associated with working as a professional illustrator. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Wildlife Painting
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Wednesdays, November 2, 9, 16, 30; December 7, 14
(No class November 23)

With Heather Stamenov

$280 + materials list.


Learn how to create lifelike paintings of animals and participate in one of humanity’s earliest art forms (dating back to prehistoric cave paintings!).  Whether painting a portrait of a horse, a moose, birds or one’s beloved pet(s), students will work on creating good composition, practice color mixing and brush handling techniques to depict the beauty of animals and their environments. This is a great opportunity for beginners or advanced oil painters to expand their subject matter. Photographic references will be used in this course. Start collecting your favorite wildlife images! The instructor will also bring a supply of good photos that students may use.

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Encaustic Review: Introduction to Beeswax & Paper
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday, November 5 & 6

With Nancy Vorm

$300 + $50 materials fee.


This workshop is for the artist who wants to continue a conversation with encaustic...and begin an exploration of combining papers with beeswax in countless ways! Students will be introduced to the endless possibilities of combining beeswax with paper by utilizing collage techniques, creating translucent layers, working with mixed media materials for mark-making along with stenciling and image transfers. The workshop will begin with a discussion of encaustic history, safety procedures, materials and equipment followed by a brief review of encaustic medium and paint applications, appropriate supports, grounds, brushes, and tools. Each demonstration and discussion will be followed by ample time for practice and creative exploration throughout the 2-day workshop.

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The Scientific Illustration
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Mondays, November 7, 14, 21, 28

With Annette Mehr

$180 + $25 materials fee


Stippling is a technique using many small dots to create naturalistic gradation of tones, which is portrayed in scientific illustration.  Learn how to use line and stippling techniques to suggest and render form, create texture, and build a dynamic, clean image using pen and ink. Class will examine specimens like animal skulls, or taxidermied animals. On the first day of class, each student will receive a drawing pad and a personal pack of Micron pens of varied thicknesses to achieve the perfect values when drawing. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Painting on Clay
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Mondays, November 7, 14, 21, 28; December 5

With Kristen McDermaid

$225 + $30 materials fee.


Explore the details that can be expressed on clay with Kristen.  Students will have the opportunity to work with the newest ceramic materials, using Designer Liner brand firable paints.  This is a great course for anyone who wants to add professional looking touches to their ceramic artwork!  Fear that you can’t draw or paint?  Not to worry.  All ability levels are welcome.

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Glass Fusion II
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Tuesdays, November 8, 15, 22, 29

With Jan Harris Smith

$180 + $80 materials fee.


Learn the basics of glass fusion while creating one of a kind glass projects in class. We will explore the use of tools used to shape and form glass. Properties and types of glass will be discussed, as well basic design concepts, resulting in the completion of several finished projects. Class will cover the use of reactive glasses, the use of frit, rod, and dichroic to create patterns in glass and the use of inclusions in glass such as silver foil. Cold working techniques will be demonstrated to put a finishing touch on the fused glass piece. This class is for beginners and intermediate students continuing their practice in glass fusion.

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Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop III
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, November 10

With Local Business Owners Alex Lowe & Jesse Santaularia from Motherlode PC

$50. Wine & T-shirt included. @ Motherlode PC (710 Main St #3, Park City, UT)

This workshop is for students 21+. ID required.

Support local business and enjoy a creative night out at our Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop. Alex and Jesse will host students at their shop/studio on Main St., where they produce screen printed goods, including t-shirts, posters, totes and more. Choose from one of their original Park City designs, or email an image that you would like to print, and they will teach you how to screen print a unique image onto a t-shirt or poster. If you choose to BYO image, please email your image at least 24 hrs in advance to alex@motherlodepc.com. Photos must be black and white and other graphics must be one color. High-res photoshop, illustrator, jpg, or pdf files will all work! Can’t make it? We are offering this workshop once a month over the fall semester so everyone can give it a try and enjoy!

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Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop III
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, November 10

With Local Business Owners Alex Lowe & Jesse Santaularia from Motherlode PC

$50. Wine & T-shirt included. @ Motherlode PC (710 Main St #3, Park City, UT)

This workshop is for students 21+. ID required.

Support local business and enjoy a creative night out at our Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop. Alex and Jesse will host students at their shop/studio on Main St., where they produce screen printed goods, including t-shirts, posters, totes and more. Choose from one of their original Park City designs, or email an image that you would like to print, and they will teach you how to screen print a unique image onto a t-shirt or poster. If you choose to BYO image, please email your image at least 24 hrs in advance to alex@motherlodepc.com. Photos must be black and white and other graphics must be one color. High-res photoshop, illustrator, jpg, or pdf files will all work! Can’t make it? We are offering this workshop once a month over the fall semester so everyone can give it a try and enjoy!

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Wake & Draw: Open Studio Figure Draw Session V
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 12

Figure model provided.

$15, BYO drawing materials.
*This class is for adults only 18+.


Unwind from the work week and enjoy your Saturday morning in the studio. This class has been offered because of popular demand! Grab an easel or a drawing horse, bring a pad of paper, your preferred drawing medium, and your creativity. A nude and/or draped model will be present to pose. Students will work with the model to communicate positions, quick draw exercises, or extended time draws, etc., which will allow students to continue their study of the figure. There is no instructor during this open studio session, so it is suggested that students who register have figure drawing experience. Wake & Draw is meant to be a creative meeting place for artistic people to share their techniques and skills on a community setting. Come by and try it! Space is limited to 10 students, so please register in advance to reserve your space.

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Artist Professional Development Workshop III: The Field
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, November 17

With Maggie Willis

$13, BYO artwork.


The Field is a peer-to-peer forum for artists to share work and exchange feedback. The Fieldwork method reveals how each piece is perceived by others and fosters a detailed information exchange that is both efficient and supportive. Insightful and stimulating critiques are guided by an experienced facilitator. Artists working in any medium (performing, visual, new media, craft, folk art, design, literary, music) are invited to attend, the groups are aesthetically diverse. Fieldwork is effective for beginning, emerging, and established artists. Participants may share completed works or works-in-progress. By practicing Fieldwork, artists benefit from; expanding feedback skills across disciplines, connecting with other artists, jump starting their practice, making progress on developing projects, audience building, and gain an understanding of how and what their work communicates to viewers.

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Painting Pet Portraits
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Thursdays, November 17, ; December 1, 8, 15 (No class November 24)

With Annette Mehr

$170 + materials list.


Working in the student's choice of paint medium (oil, acrylic, or watercolor), Annette will teach students how to successfully paint a pet portrait. Students will learn how to break down the figure of a pet or animal into basic shapes to help accurately depict the subject. Using photographic references, learn how to simplify the subject's form, which is a valuable skill in drawing/painting and can be applied to still lifes and the human figure. Students will learn portrait and painting techniques to capture the likeness of animals, and become more comfortable with their favored paint medium, discovering new skills in painting and drawing. Students should come to class with photographic references of the pet or animal they would like to paint. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Faces & Features: Portrait Drawing Workshop
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday,November 19, 20

With Heather Stamenov

$190 + $25 model fee.


Working from both a live model and self-portraiture, explore the formal and expressive aspects of portrait drawing. Through both short and long poses, students will learn the basic anatomy and proportions of the human head, and investigate various approaches to personal expression.

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Explorations in Painting III
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Tuesdays, November 22, 29; December 6, 13, 20

With Jeanne LaRae

$190 + $25 model fee.


Working from both a live model and self-portraiture, explore the formal and expressive aspects of portrait drawing. Through both short and long poses, students will learn the basic anatomy and proportions of the human head, and investigate various approaches to personal expression.

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Fused Glass Christmas Ornaments
12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 26

With Jan Harris Smith

$65 + $30 materials fee.


Have you ever wanted to create one-of- a-kind Christmas ornaments or gifts? We will be creating unique ornaments from fused glass using provided patterns or your own ideas to decorate your tree or give to friends and family. The class will also cover the basic tenets of glass fusion and is suitable for ages 12 and older. This class is for beginners, but experienced students can join in, as well.

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Illustrating the Human Skeleton
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 3

With Annette Mehr

$100 + $20 materials fee.


This class focuses on the human skeleton, offering an anatomy based approach to capturing the human figure. Working from the skeleton helps anyone interested in drawing have a deeper understanding of form, learning to indicate form through minimal use of line and shading. Working from a human skeleton model, students will work with pencil and Micron pens in various sizes to achieve perfect balance in value and contrast while drawing the human skeleton. This is a valuable workshop that will strengthen anyone’s skills in drawing. Teens 14+ are also welcome to enroll.

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Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop IV
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Thursday, December 15

With Local Business Owners Alex Lowe & Jesse Santaularia from Motherlode PC

$50. Wine & T-shirt included.
@ Motherlode PC (710 Main St #3, Park City, UT)
This workshop is for students 21+. ID required.


Support local business and enjoy a creative night out at our Local's Special: Screen Printing & Wine Drinking Workshop. Alex and Jesse will host students at their shop/studio on Main St., where they produce screen printed goods, including t-shirts, posters, totes and more. Choose from one of their original Park City designs, or email an image that you would like to print, and they will teach you how to screen print a unique image onto a t-shirt or poster. If you choose to BYO image, please email your image at least 24 hrs in advance to alex@motherlodepc.com. Photos must be black and white and other graphics must be one color. High-res photoshop, illustrator, jpg, or pdf files will all work! Can’t make it? We are offering this workshop once a month over the fall semester so everyone can give it a try and enjoy!

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Artist Professional Development Workshop IV: The Field
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Thursday, December 15

With Amy Caron

$13, BYO artwork.


The Field is a peer-to-peer forum for artists to share work and exchange feedback. The Fieldwork method reveals how each piece is perceived by others and fosters a detailed information exchange that is both efficient and supportive. Insightful and stimulating critiques are guided by an experienced facilitator. Artists working in any medium (performing, visual, new media, craft, folk art, design, literary, music) are invited to attend, the groups are aesthetically diverse. Fieldwork is effective for beginning, emerging, and established artists. Participants may share completed works or works-in-progress. By practicing Fieldwork, artists benefit from; expanding feedback skills across disciplines, other artists, jump starting their practice, making progress on developing projects, audience building, and gain an understanding of how and what their work communicates to viewers.

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Wake & Draw: Open Studio Figure Draw Session VI
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 17

With Amy Caron

$15, BYO drawing materials. Figure model provided. *This class is for adults only 18+.


Unwind from the work week and enjoy your Saturday morning in the studio. This class has been offered because of popular demand! Grab an easel or a drawing horse, bring a pad of paper, your preferred drawing medium, and your creativity. A nude and/or draped model will be present to pose. Students will work with the model to communicate positions, quick draw exercises, or extended time draws, etc., which will allow students to continue their study of the figure. There is no instructor during this open studio session, so it is suggested that students who register have figure drawing experience. Wake & Draw is meant to be a creative meeting place for artistic people to share their techniques and skills on a community setting. Come by and try it! Space is limited to 10 students, so please register in advance to reserve your space.

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10% Member Discount

Being a Kimball Art Center member has it’s privileges! Members receive a 10% discount off of ANY fine art class or workshop at the Kimball Art Center. Become a member and enjoy the perks!
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