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Classes in Drawing/Painting

Bill Bradbury --- Studio #A510Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: bbrad4745@gmail.com
Phone:
Website:
www.billbradbury-artist.com

Cartooning

Bill is a graduate of New England School of Art, Boston. His work has been published in newspapers, magazines, and numerous publications. He instructed courses in Cartooning and Advertising at UMass Lowell in the Continuing Education Division for about 15 years. He was employeed as a graphic artist at the Lowell Sun Newspaper for over 25years. Bill teaches a courses in Graphic Design at Middlesex Community College. He is a member of the Arts League of Lowell, The Whistler House Museum of Art and the Chelmsford Art Association. He spends a great deal of time doing portraits, caricatures, drawings and advertising. Bill shares Studio 5-15 at Western Avenue with his wife and creative partner Lois.
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Uli Kapp --- Studio #317Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: ulikapp@comcast.net
Phone: 978 886 8729
Website:
www.ulirama.massagetherapy.com

Acrylic/Mixed Media

I am an artist from Germany , residing in Andover . My inspiration I get from European artists and from my energy work . I am a reflexologist, polarity therapist and I combine my art with energy. I see art as a powerful healing tool and paint intuitive paintings for the sole . To me painting is to express yourself , free yourself , have fun. Painting has no age limits . I am teaching classes for children, and classes for adults , but also a combination class for Moms/Dads/Grandparent with their children in small classes . 6-8 participants. Classes will include the basics of colors , how to use acrylics ,and mixed media, to paint with a plan , but also to take an intuitive approach and conquering fear of painting freely and to express yourself.
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Valerie Jeanne Borgal --- Studio #504Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: vjb@valeriejeannesart.com
Phone: 978-337-0280
Website:
www.valeriejeannesart.com

Watercolor, Pen and Ink, Scratchboard, Graphite

A graduate of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts School of Art and Design, Valerie has pursued watercolor painting with a love for the movement and fluidity of the paint as it mixes with the water and flows over the paper. She has taught in many settings and enjoys the excitement her students receive as they accomplish the results they are trying to achieve. She believes drawing is the basic foundation of all art work and as long as a person can write their name they have already learned the basic elements of drawing. Val teaches drawing and watercolor. Drawing class will include working in pencil, colored pencil, conte' crayon, charcoal, pen and ink using stippling, scratchboard techniques and learning contour drawing, shading, perspective, composition and much more. Watercolor class will include, washes, dry brush, glazing, and more. No one is too young or too old to learn to create beautiful art. If you desire to do it, you can.
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Dominique Boutaud --- Studio #517Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: do.boutaud@gmail.com
Phone: 617 953 3990
Website:
dominiqueboutaud.net

Abstract Painting, Craft Painting

Dominique is an oil abstract artist painter internationally awarded, born in France. She finds, joy, peace, relaxation, energy and well being in painting freely with abstract art. During the creating process, it is so much fun to play with colors, forms, shapes, textures, materials, tools... and to create abstract paintings in splashing up colors and making shapes on canvas. As well, it is possible to have a similar pleasure in creating abstract watercolor cards. She gives groups and privates abstract painting and art craft classes in French and in English for adults and children. Bring your smile and you will be amazed by your energy and pleasure you will have when you create.
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Deb Bretton Robinson --- Studio #213Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: brettonarts@hotmail.com
Phone: 978-866-8794
Website:
debrabrettonrobinson.wordpress.com

Watercolor, Acrylic, Drawing, Calligraphy, Graffiti Art

Debra Bretton Robinson is an artist residing in Chelmsford, MA and a participant in the vibrant Lowell, MA art scene. She grew up in Plaistow, NH and has been inspired by the New England landscapes surrounding her throughout her life. Her acrylic paintings on canvas concentrate on places she encounters everyday in her life or places she frequents. Her style borders between representational and abstract enlisting New England architecture as a base while using bold, contrasting colors for a contemporary edge. The colors and lines of her paintings are inspired by Matisse during the Fauvist movement and The Seven, a group of painters working in Canada at the turn of the 20th Century. The talents of several other artists she continues to draw upon are: William Henry Johnson, Tommy Thompson, Lawren Harris, Emily Carr, Alice Neel and Edward Hopper. Jazz and Blues music continue to be a force in her work.
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Jennifer Clement --- Studio #A311Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: paint@theartistbar.com
Phone: 978 808 8411
Website:
www.TheArtistBar.com

Paint and Sip

The Artist Bar, as seen on Boston tv's Chronicle is New England's premier "Paint and Sip" party. The Artist Bar is owned and operated by professional Artist Jennifer Clement, a working artist for over 30 years, teaching and selling her paintings in major galleries around New England. She holds degrees in Fine Art/ Painting, Teaching, Marketing / Communication and Interior Design. The Artist Bar's mission is to make Art accessible to all while helping people create and explore their inner artist. Come and paint in a casual relaxed setting, you can reserve a date for a private party or corporate event in our studio. Come paint with a group of your friends or join an existing party.
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Kathy Cooper --- Studio #Studio 511Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: kcooperfa@aol.com
Phone: 978.973.3775
Website:
www.KathyCooperFineArt.com

Oil Painting

Kathy is a nationally known artist and past president of American Impressionist Society who paints in a representational and impressionistic style She has studied with some of the most sought-after Impressionist Master painters and brings this knowledge to her students in her Atelîer which includes weekly classes from September to May. Students enjoy a relaxing and positive learning experience and give great reviews. Class subjects alternate from landscape, floral to occationally, figure/portrait. Visit her website for more information and registration.
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Jean Curley --- Studio #202Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: CurleyCreates@gmail.com
Phone: 978-302-0516
Website:
www.CurleyCreates.com

Watercolor

Watercolorist Jean Curley paints primarily landscapes and florals, with some of her work being intensely realistic, and others quite delicate. She has a deeply instilled appreciation for nature, and likes to capture the beauty of nature… the drama of light, the intensity of colors, or perhaps just something unusual. Her work is on display and available for sale at her studio, at the Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios, and at Art on Main, a fine art gallery at 40 Main Street, Westford, MA. Jean teaches introductory through advanced watercolor classes, and also offers a try-it class for those interested in a quick exploration of the watercolor medium before purchasing all of the supplies. She emphasizes a minimal palette approach and encourages her students to truly enjoy their creative exploration of watercolors.
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Lisa Hertel --- Studio #311Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: lisa@cogitation.org
Phone: 508 574 8685
Website:

Crafts for Kids

Lisa Hertel is the mother of two and an artist from a long line of artists (to be continued in her daughter). She mostly works in clay and paint, but especially loves to teach kids. She has worked as a art TA and run several art programs. In her free time, she runs science fiction conventions.
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Linda Jean Kapeckas --- Studio #504Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: thelastamerhwife@aol.com
Phone: 978-761-1543
Website:

Children's Watercolor

Linda Jean Kepeckas comes from historic Lowell, Massachusetts, as a third generation "Lowellian". With family ties to the industrial revolution and the firth of the mills, Linda Jean resides in Lowell with her husband, John, also a "Lowellian" After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education from Lowell State College, she pursued her life long dreams of being a wife, mother, artist, writer, and traveler. She produces her work as an adventure in color, texture, and excitement. Exploring watercolor and bringing it to the extreme has always been her goal. Having worked as a sales representative, and an air personality for a local radio station, Linda Jean's "The last American Housewife" persona allowed her to expand her creativity into another medium, talk radio. She is also currently working on a cookbook. Linda can be found painting in her studio on Western Avenue in Lowell, MA - a place called home! Her passion remains Dear John, "Her Kids", her pets and of course - Breaking the Rules in the world of Art! "As She Sees It"
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Paula Mingolelli --- Studio #A408Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: thecreativehands@comcast.net
Phone: 979-808-0101
Website:

Oils, Watercolor, Acrylic, Pen and Ink

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Denise Rainis --- Studio #326Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: hello@deniserainis.com
Phone: 978-302-3695
Website:
www.deniserainis.com

Beginning Pastel, Multimedia

I am so lucky! After many happy and fulfilling years as an educator, I am currently in a position to pursue my interests in art. I find myself immersed in a community of talented artists, many of whom have become my good friends. I am very thankful for their inspiration, support, friendship, and for challenging me to paint every day in any way. I began painting pastels 10 years ago under the tutelage and friendship of a magnificent woman named Linda Fink. The three most important concepts that I learned from Linda were: 1. Relax when you paint. 2. Pink is everywhere. 3. When you are finished with your painting, kiss it with a touch of your favorite colors. My interests are varied and I have been influenced by many genres and artists. Currently, the subjects of my paintings are inspired by the humbling colors and beauty of nature, the ever-changing weather and seasons of New England, and the occasional dramatic light that allows transcendence from an ordinary scene to one of extraordinary and breathtaking beauty. I also love to paint on non- traditional canvases including birch bark, stone, and glass. My first love is still pastel, but I have recently branched into watercolor and oil and am inspired by the endless possibilities in all mediums. Please feel free to contact me if you like my style and are interested in discussing potential classes or a commissioned painting.
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Ilene Richard --- Studio #325Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: ilene.richard@gmail.com
Phone: 978.621.4986
Website:
www.ilenerichard.com

Acrylic/Gouache

Ilene Richard is a fine art painter and children's book illustrator. She has a BFA from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth in illustration, Graphic Design and Jewelry Design. As an illustrator, Ilene has had the wonderful opportunity to have worked with and been published by many publishing houses such as Random House, Scholastic, Kar-Ben, Grossett & Dunlap, Highlights Magazine and Spider Magazine to name a few. Ilene has been inducted into the National Association of Women Artists in New York and was written up as being one of the Top Fifty Emerging Artists to watch by Art Business News in 2012.
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Donald Sullivan --- Studio #A509Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: belviderestudio@aol.com
Phone: 978 204 6619
Website:
www.BelvidereStudio.com

Watercolor

A graduate of Mass College of Art who is a painter of realistic watercolor landscapes along the east coast, Italy, France, Greece, and Lowell cityscapes. Don loves working with color and changing light conditions, and the challenge of working plein-air. He has taught art in the public and private sectors for over 40 years. His work is in many private and corporate collections.
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Jean Theurkauf --- Studio #A516Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: jean@threadgardens.com
Phone: 978 563 9890
Website:
www.ArtOfTheTangle.com

Zentangle(r) Drawing

Jean has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Pychology from Brandeis University. After working for many years in software engineering, she has returned to her passions... art, fiber and teaching. She loves to pursue fiber art from a perspective that combines art and engineering, resulting in complex, often freeform pieces. She teaches with a goal of providing students with the skills, knowledge and tools to create their own designs, and not be shackled to prepared patterns. She is also a Certified Zentangle Teacher, having completed the Zentangle Certification Course with Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts, founders of Zentangle. Her goal with Zentangle is to help students, particularly, the "non-artists" find their creative selves, and discover that they CAN create beautiful works of abstract art.
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Christopher Volpe --- Studio #521Drawing/Painting

Contact Information:

Email: chris@christophervolpe.com
Phone:
Website:
www.christophervolpe.com

Oils

Landscape oil painter Christopher Volpe paints moody, poetic landscapes and still lifes in an expressive, tonalist style, evoking emotional responses seldom elicited by contemporary art. Applying a graduate degree in poetry to the appreciation and practice of the painter's art, he currently teaches art history on the faculty of the New Hampshire Institute of Art in Manchester, N.H. and sells his work through the Kennedy Gallery in Portsmouth, N.H., Northlight Gallery in Kennebunk, Maine, and Bowersock Gallery in Provincetown, Mass. Oil Painting classes are ongoing, on a drop in basis.
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Classes in Fiber

Barbara Poole --- Studio #Loft 207Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: barbip@yahoo.com
Phone: 617-306-9629
Website:
www.bfelt.com

Felt Making, Nuno Felting, 3D Felting, Acid Dying Techniques

Barbara started BFelt in 2009 as a family run crafts business focused on creating one of a kind "art-to-wear". Prior to starting B. Felt, she worked as a figurative painter. You can see Barbara's figurative paintings and drawings at barbarapooleartists.net. She still aspires to work in both mediums, but is focused solely on fiber arts right now. Barbara became a full-time felt maker after becoming enchanted with the magic of the medium. From wool, soap and elbow grease, one can create beautiful pieces of wearable art. She consistently experiments with new styles and techniques to create new textures and effects. You can follow her work and discoveries on her blog and on facebook.
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Linda Branch Dunn --- Studio #512Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: lbranchd@netscape.net
Phone: 617-491-7007.
Website:
www.LindaBranchDunn.com

Quilting, Fabric Collage, Thermofax Printing

Linda received her BFA in Textile Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. An explorer in the land between Quilt and Painting, she uses dye, paint, glue and stitch to transform cloth. She teaches a variety of fabric printing techniques, including thermofax screen printing. She believes that any student, given a chance to explore, with find her own way to a joy of putting paint on fabric. "Every step is a journey, and the journey itself is home." - Basho.
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Deb Bretton Robinson --- Studio #213Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: brettonarts@hotmail.com
Phone: 978-866-8794
Website:
debrabrettonrobinson.wordpress.com

Soft Sculpture, Doll Making, Collage

Debra Bretton Robinson is an artist residing in Chelmsford, MA and a participant in the vibrant Lowell, MA art scene. She grew up in Plaistow, NH and has been inspired by the New England landscapes surrounding her throughout her life. Her acrylic paintings on canvas concentrate on places she encounters everyday in her life or places she frequents. Her style borders between representational and abstract enlisting New England architecture as a base while using bold, contrasting colors for a contemporary edge. The colors and lines of her paintings are inspired by Matisse during the Fauvist movement and The Seven, a group of painters working in Canada at the turn of the 20th Century. The talents of several other artists she continues to draw upon are: William Henry Johnson, Tommy Thompson, Lawren Harris, Emily Carr, Alice Neel and Edward Hopper. Jazz and Blues music continue to be a force in her work.
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Barbara Fletcher --- Studio #303Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: paper3d@hotmail.com
Phone: 978 688 8713
Website:
www.paperdimensions.com

Paper

Barbara holds a BFA from Syracuse University in Commercial Art. She is a sculptor of paper and mixed media materials that reflect the humor she sees all around her, particularly in the natural world.. In the mid-1980’s while living in Maine she completed a commission of fantasy sculpture for famed writer Stephen King. Now living in Boston for over 25 years, her art has been shown in numerous galleries and museums including The DeCordova Museum, The Danforth Museum and a one person show at The Children’s Museum. For over 15 years Barbara has taught children and adults in her studio, art centers and afterschool programs. Her work has been commissioned for hospitals including Children’s Hospital Boston, and medical facilities as well as restaurants including Captain Fishbone’s at Marina Bay, Quincy, MA. Her newest installation work which utilizes a technique with sprayed paper was on view in June of 2012 at Frame 301 Gallery, Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, MA. She is also honored to have been featured in many books over the years on paper art and paper casting, including Arnold Grummer’s “Complete Guide to Paper Casting” and “Paper in 3Dimensions” by Diane Maurer-Mathison. Her latest work consisting of sculptural lighting which utilizes a sprayed paper technique can be seen in “Paper Illuminated” by Helen Hiebert.
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Jo Ann Millen --- Studio #A518Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: jo.millen@comcast.net
Phone:
Website:
www.yellowbyrdestudios.com

Felting, Fiber Arts, and Rug Hooking Intro and Advanced Dye Techniques

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Jean Theurkauf --- Studio #A516Fiber

Contact Information:

Email: jean@threadgardens.com
Phone: 978 563 9890
Website:
www.ThreadGardens.com

Knitting, Crocheting, Weaving

Jean has a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and Pychology from Brandeis University. After working for many years in software engineering, she has returned to her passions... art, fiber and teaching. She loves to pursue fiber art from a perspective that combines art and engineering, resulting in complex, often freeform pieces. She teaches with a goal of providing students with the skills, knowledge and tools to create their own designs, and not be shackled to prepared patterns. She is also a Certified Zentangle Teacher, having completed the Zentangle Certification Course with Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts, founders of Zentangle. Her goal with Zentangle is to help students, particularly, the "non-artists" find their creative selves, and discover that they CAN create beautiful works of abstract art.
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Classes in Clay

Yary Livan --- Studio #A418Clay

Contact Information:

Email: ntith@yahoo.com
Phone: 978-726-6288
Website:

Cambodian Pottery Techniques

Yary Livan is a Master Cambodian Ceramicist and specializes in Cambodian Wood Firing. He is one of only three master ceramicists to survive the Khmer Rouge genocide and is one of only two still actively creating pottery. Yary is an adjunct professor at Middlesex Community College, he is part of the Cambodian Wood Firing Kiln, newly built in Lowell and he has a working studio at Western Avenue Studios. Yary will be teaching Wednesday & Thursday evenings in his Studio.
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Classes in Glass

Muddy Girls --- Studio #405Glass

Contact Information:

Email: muddygirls413@yahoo.com
Phone: 978-726-6288
Website:
Www.MuddyGirlsStudio.blogspot.com

Fused Glass

Barbara Guilmet & Samantha Tucker are ceramic & fused glass artists. They offer a “Walk-In” Fused Glass workshop on the 1st Saturday of every month. The same workshop can be set up by appointment with a minimum of four people. Popular items made at the workshop include fused glass pendants, earrings, bracelets, votive candle holders, and sun catchers. $25.00 includes materials & instruction. Please call 978-302-7223 or email MuddyGirlsStudio@yahoo.com to schedule a workshop. A project menu is listed on MuddyGirlsStudio.BlogSpot.com. Barbara & Samantha’s work can be seen at The Loading Dock Gallery, Zeitgeist Gallery both in Lowell and The Merchant Company in Portland, Maine. Their Western Ave. Studio is open to the public the 1st Saturday of every month, Thursday & Fridays noon to 4 pm and by appointment. If traveling to Western Ave Studios specifically for the fused glass workshop offered during Open Studios, please call first.
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Aaron Slater --- Studio #216Glass

Contact Information:

Email: aaronkslater@hotmail.com
Phone: 603 380 3004
Website:
www.aaronslaterglass.com

Flameworking

As a "flameworker" Aaron uses a torch to manipulate molten glass into detailed and dynamic forms. His marbles are held in private and public collections worldwide. Aaron has been teaching classic and modern glass working techniques for over seven years, first at Diablo Glass School in Boston and now in his own studio. Aaron Slater Glass School is a fun and safe place to learn the art of molten glass. Class subjects include: beads, marbles, rings, ornaments, sculpture and blown forms
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Peter Zimmerman --- Studio #A205Glass

Contact Information:

Email: zimmerman.peter@ymail.com
Phone:
Website:
www.pzdig.com

Soda Glass Lampworking

1991 was the year I took a job at a production glass studio in Centralia, WA. I became a full team member and worked hard as an apprentice during my first six years. 1997 gave me the opportunity to work as a production glassblower on the island of Bermuda. I was influenced by Bermuda’s spirit and environment while I practiced with great devotion the traditional Venetian techniques, both solid and blown. 2007 was my opportunity to leave the island life and come back to the United States. I found my studio in Lowell, MA at Western Avenue Studios. New designs and new ways to connect are helping me reach my goal of touching an audience with my work and joy.
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Classes in Jewelry

Betsy Keeney --- Studio #307Jewelry

Contact Information:

Email: centrevillagestudio@yahoo.com
Phone:
Website:

Metal Jewelry, Enameling

Betsy Keeney loves the possibilities that working with metal presents. Her goal is to reflect true craftmanship, each piece being formed by hand. She finds moving and forming metal exciting, which keeps her exploring this wonderful medium. Betsy earned her Undergraduate degree in Education, and her Masters in School Counseling. Besides working, and teaching Metal Jewelry and Enameling in her studio, she is a part time faculty member at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.
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Liz Stewart --- Studio #A313Jewelry

Contact Information:

Email: liz@lushbeads.com
Phone: 978-459-7240
Website:
www.LushBeads.com

Beaded Jewelry

Liz Stewart is a jewelry designer, instructor, and owner of Lush Beads in Lowell, Massachusetts. She has been a beader since 2000, when her friend got her addicted to the craft of jewelry-making. After a tech industry layoff in 2002, she ventured into the beading world full-time and hasn’t looked back. She shares her love of beads and beading by teaching it to others.
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Heather Wang --- Studio #319Jewelry

Contact Information:

Email: heatherwangjewelry@yahoo.com
Phone:
Website:
www.heatherwang.com/index.php/site/static/private-lessons

Metalsmithing, Enameling, Wedding Band Workshops

Heather Wang has been designing and making contemporary fine jewelry at Western Avenue Studios since 2006. She earned her BFA in Jewelry & Light Metals from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002, and her MFA in Goldsmithing, Silversmithing, Metalwork & Jewellery from London's Royal College of Art in 2004. She taught both teen and adult jewelry making and enameling classes at the Brookline Arts Center from 2007-2013.
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Classes in Photography

John Wren --- Studio #A315Photography

Contact Information:

Email: wrenandrosestudio@gmail.com
Phone:
Website:
www.wrenandrosestudio.com

Digital Photography, Photoediting

John offers a series of digital photo editing classes and workshops. Basic camera, Photoshop Elements and Lightroom classes are scheduled though out the year. Specialized workshops can also be scheduled to meet your or your group’s needs. John has been instructing adult education and UMass Lowell workshops for over 12 years.
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Stephan Anstey --- Studio #432Photography

Contact Information:

Email: stephan@anstey.org
Phone:
Website:
www.anstey.org/about/digital-imaging-tutoring/

Digital Imagery

Stephan Anstey is the founder of Shakespeare’s Monkeys and Shakespeare’s Monkey Revue, both venues primarily for poetry and poets. As an artist, he is focused on spiritual exploration and the celebration of the individual in mankind’s endless war against an increasingly invasive society. Anstey’s art is primarily a combination of poetry and digital collage, some of which has been on display at the Arts League of Lowell Gallery on Shattuck Street in Lowell. He lives an idyllic life in the historic mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts with his beautiful and beloved bride Ellen and their talented and wonderful children.
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Richard Bramante --- Studio #A521Photography

Contact Information:

Email: webmaster@richardbramante.com
Phone: 978-710-8235
Website:
www.richardbramante.com

Photography

Richard has had a strong interest in imagery and particularly photography since his early childhood. Although his career path was not in photography but engineering, he always maintained a strong interest in capturing images with his cameras. He has taken numerous courses, workshops and seminars presented by noted photographers. He remains a continuous student of photographic technology and current innovations in photographic creativity. Richard is able to teach his skills to individuals or small groups to ensure each student attains the information they require to further their photographic capabilities.
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Richard Wilkins --- Studio #515Photography

Contact Information:

Email: rwilkins999@comcast.net
Phone: (617) 461-3942
Website:
www.richardwilkinsphotography.com

Black and White, Analog (darkroom)

Although his portfolio includes fine art, street and nature work Richard considers himself a portrait and documentary photographer. He began shooting as a young teenager and only returned to photography after a long business career. He shoots primarily 35mm using both film and digital, but for him, film and traditional darkroom processes yield the more satisfying image and experience. He finds that black and white photography is the most effective medium for his work. While he considers himself essentially self-taught, he did take a number of photography courses while earning a degree in Journalism. As a student he sharpened his skills working as a photo lab (darkroom) assistant. Richard is now exploring the creative possibilities offered by the marriage of digital and traditional film processes. He lives in Boston and exhibits there and at Western Avenue Studios.
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Classes in Printmaking

Markus Haala --- Studio #509Printmaking

Contact Information:

Email: contact@mhm-studios.com
Phone: 617.435.4777
Website:
www.mhm-studios.com

Multiple Techniques

Markus Haala founded MHM Studios Printmaking shortly after moving to the United States in 2011. He is a graduate of the Willem de Kooning Academy of Fine Arts in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, where he studied fine arts with a specialization in printmaking. Markus teaches printmaking and graphic/media arts at different institutions such as the Art Institute of Boston (Lesley University) and school programs in the greater Boston area. His own work has been shown in numerous international exhibitions and publications. MHM Studios Printmaking specializes in teaching and promoting printmaking, collaborating with artists and providing a versatile workspace. The shop is equipped with professional equipment to work in etching, monotype, waterless lithography, relief printing and photopolymer printing. At MHM Studios Printmaking you can learn the techniques of the old masters as well as innovative modern printmaking techniques.
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Classes in Other

Stephan Anstey --- Studio #432Other

Contact Information:

Email: stephan@anstey.org
Phone:
Website:
www.anstey.org

Poetry

Stephan Anstey is the founder of Shakespeare’s Monkeys and Shakespeare’s Monkey Revue, both venues primarily for poetry and poets. As an artist, he is focused on spiritual exploration and the celebration of the individual in mankind’s endless war against an increasingly invasive society. Anstey’s art is primarily a combination of poetry and digital collage, some of which has been on display at the Arts League of Lowell Gallery on Shattuck Street in Lowell. He lives an idyllic life in the historic mill city of Lowell, Massachusetts with his beautiful and beloved bride Ellen and their talented and wonderful children.
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