Arts Center Offers Painting And Drawing Classes

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WOODBRIDGE – The Barron Arts Center, located at 582 Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge, will offer painting and drawing classes for children and adults at all experience levels who wish to learn or improve their skills.

Drawing Program for Kids – $75 per 8-week session (Saturday mornings ? 10-11 a.m.)

Classes draw from life, and touch on form, shading, texture, perspective and even a bit of cartooning. Students are instructed according to their skill level. The object of this class is to have fun and be creative!


Painting for Kids – $85 per 8-week session (Saturday mornings ? 11 a.m. – noon)

Classes paint in watercolor and go through everything from Oriental brush and calligraphy to washes, bleeds, mixing colors, silhouette painting, layering and painting from life. Children receive individual as well as group attention. The goal is to have children learn the joy of painting!

Drawing Program for Adults – $115 per 8-week session (Saturday mornings ? 9-10 a.m.)

Although this is not a figure drawing class, participants will be drawing from life, such as still life, objects and landscapes. Class will cover all basic areas of drawing. One need not have any previous knowledge or drawing skills. Students will instructed according to their level, from beginner on up.

Painting Program for Adults – $115 per 8-week session (Saturday mornings ? 9-10 a.m.)

This is a watercolor course that will begin with Oriental brush, take you through color theory, washes, bleeds, dry brush, spot color and more. A great course for the beginner or the experienced watercolorist.

All courses are offered every eight weeks year round.

For further information about the classes or to register, please email Jeff Cohen at:

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