Our talented community of professional artists are offering painting classes in various media throughout 2019. Browse by medium type below. We update this page as new and different classes become available.
Rodney Reveal – Watercolor class
January 7–28, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., 4 sessions, Nickel Plate Arts
$150 for all four sessions or $40 for one
Is 2020 your year to learn how to paint with watercolors? Let Nickel Plate Arts Studio Artist and HCAA member J. Rodney Reveal be your guide and create a new painting every week in his popular watercolor class. Rodney is an award-winning painter both locally and nationally and is well known for his works involving natural landscapes, animals, and nostalgic scenes of Noblesville. To secure your seat in this class, call Rodney at (317) 432-3648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstract Intuitive Class
Wednesday Nights from 6:00–9:00 p.m. from February 19 to March 11
$130 for 4-week session, includes all supplies
Nickel Plate Arts Campus
107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060
Local artist Addie Hirschten leads students in this abstract painting class. Abstract painting is a fresh new painting technique with roots in the abstract expressionist and art therapy movements. Learn to spontaneously paint inspired by your emotions and what is important to you. In this class, you will each create one abstract painting over the course of four weeks and learn about this exciting new painting movement together.
Introduction to Oil Painting
January 15 – March 18, (Wednesdays) 6:30-8:30 pm – ten weeks
Instructor: Jeanette Pomeroy Parassi
Materials not included in this price, see below for details!
Suggested ages 16+
Start at the beginning in this class with basic instruction using the double primary palette. This fundamental class will introduce you to the basics of art theory and oil painting including: composition, materials, color mixing, and painting from direct observation.
Upon registration, the supply list will be sent to you if you would like to purchase your own supplies and bring those unopened supplies to the first class. There is also an option to purchase our $90 supply pack which will be ready for you at the first class – link here: https://
This class is led by Jeannette Pomeroy Parssi, who has been teaching painting and drawing for more than 15 years. 2019 marked her 6th year as a member of the faculty at Michigan’s famed Interlochen Center for the Arts summer art camp, where she developed the camp’s Global Arts Program.
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“I’ve really enjoyed the class. I didn’t know that I could paint anything recognizable. Even though I’m not as good as some, I am so proud of the paintings that I have done so far. It is good for me to set the time aside to paint, otherwise I probably wouldn’t find the time at home.”
– Anita Landress –
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