Every seat was taken! Full house for our big event “Painting with Al Black”, one of the few remaining original Highwaymen. Al coached us stroke by stroke through a beautiful Florida landscape painting.Here are a few photos of a day we are not likely to forget!!! Time to stand back and take a look at… Continue reading Paint with Al Black! – Sept 9, 2023
CAST Without Borders September 5 – December 3, 2023Ages 12 – 17 Auditions: Wednesday, August 23 @ 4:45 – 7:00 PM Rehearsals: September | Tuesdays | 5:00 – 8:00 PMOctober & November | Tuesdays & Thursdays | 5:00 – 7:00 PM(No rehearsals October 31, November 21 or 23) Performances: December 1, 2, & 3 (times… Continue reading Welcome CAST!
Students at Chelsea Art Center enjoy the creative atmosphere, ample workspace, and individual attention from instructors. Here is a peek into our classrooms this past week, Oil Painting with Michellle Curry, Drawing with instructor Michelle Curry, and Pet Portraits in colored pencil with Lindy Thomas. Plenty of Aha! moments were overheard! Colored pencil students worked… Continue reading A Peek Inside Chelsea Art Center Classrooms- August 3, 2023
Michelle Curry’s 10-week Oil Painting students are making strides. I caught them mid-stroke in the studio today. Below is a peek at their their unfinished masterpeices. Michelle’s six 10-week courses (Watercolor, Acrylic, Oil, Colored Pencil, Drawing and Pastel) repeat four times a year. You may register for Michelle’s September courses now.
All is going well. Julie Garisto wrote a very nice article about Chelsea Art Center for the June 23 issue of Ocala Gazette. A link to the digital version of the publication is here. Thank you, Julie! Your article is pointing new visitors toward Chelsea Art Center. TAGS 202 with Melle Broaderick Drawing and Oil… Continue reading Update- June 20 -29, 2023
Tuesday, June 13, 2023 Tags 202 with Melle Broaderick 1-3 pm This is a series of fun classes for the paper crafter with some experience. Tags can be used on gift bags or packages, tucked into a card, used for a bookmark or just kept and displayed to remember the thoughtfulness of the giver. Tags… Continue reading First Week of Classes!