Two classes offered by the Maine Art Gallery in Wiscasset in June and July are filling up, but a few spaces are still available.
Adeline Godminc-Tronzo will teach a drawing workshop with painting and collage on Sunday, June 13; and Carolyn Gabbe will lead an exploration of how color is used to paint light and shadow in a three-week class on successive Mondays beginning July 12.
French-born Adeline Goldminc-Tronzo was educated in Paris before moving to New York City in the mid-seventies to study at the Art Students League with Marshall Glasier, Joseph Hisrch, Robert Beverly Hale, and Norman Lewis. She holds a BFA in Art and Philosophy. Her work has been exhibited across the US and Europe. This class will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and is limited to eight students. The cost is $60 for members of the Maine Art Gallery; $70 for non-members.
Carolyn Gabbe is a graduate of the Advanced Fine Art program at Studio Incamminati in Philadelphia and holds a MA from The American University and a BA from The George Washington University. She has been juried into membership at Oil Painters of America, the Philadelphia Sketch Club. and the Portrait Society of America. Her work has been shown in juried shows and galleries throughout the country. This class will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and is limited to nine students. The cost is $80 for members; $85 for non-members.
The classes will be subject to Maine CDC guidelines; vaccination required; masking optional.
To register for the classes and to see the lists of materials required, visit www.maineartgallerywiscasset.org. Cromwell Coastal Properties is the sponsor of this year’s learning opportunities.
The Maine Art Gallery is a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and preservation of painting, sculpture and graphic arts through exhibitions, lectures, demonstrations, and educational programs for children and adults. More information can be found at www.maineartgallerywiscasset.org and on Facebook at Maine Art Gallery Wiscasset.
The gallery is located at 15 Warren Street, Wiscasset, just a two-minute drive or an eight-minute walk from downtown Wiscasset. Free on-street parking. Route 1 from the north, turn right onto Federal Street (Rt. 218) then left onto Warren Street. Route 1 from the south, turn left onto Federal Street, then left onto Warren Street.