Egg Tempera (Fall 2015)

Description

Egg Tempera

with Gabi Moore
Five-week series: MOVED BACK ONE WEEK TO October 23 to November 20
Fridays 9:30am-10:45am
Cost: $85 (includes $25 materials fee)
Beacon Feed Visual Arts Studio

Learn about the medium of egg tempera and the making of iconographic art. Participants will choose their own subject matter, which has personal meaning for them and transform these images into tiny, decorative, paintings. We will look into art history and the making of icons in different periods in time. Ages 12 to adult, with exceptions by instructor possible for the mature younger artist.

Gabi Moore (Visual Arts) is an artist and teacher with over 15 years experience leading art workshops for people of all ages. She holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from the Graduate School of Figurative Art from the New York Academy of Art in New York City. Teaching for eleven years at Fordham University, Gabi led courses in Anatomical Drawing, Painting, and Drawing. Since she moved to Cambridge in 2000, She has taught at Hubbard Hall and the Community Center at the Salem Court House. Gabi continues to work on her own figurative art, painting people in quiet moments, between actions, observed as they interact in outdoor spaces. Gabi lives in the village of Cambridge with her 2 children.

What Gabi’s students are saying:
“Fan-freakin-tastic.”
“My girls are learning new skills but also are allowed to pursue their interests.”

Tuition assistance available, forms are due by September 4 for priority consideration. Download a Scholarship Application here.

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