Current Class Schedule
Japanimation with Paul Rufe
Wide-eyed cartooning enthusiasts will learn the tricks of the trade by using pencils, markers, and crayons to illustrate characters like Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon, and others in the Manga style, as well as characters they create themselves.
June 1, 8, 15, 22 (4 Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:00)
Mem. $40, Non-mem $45
“I prefer a loose whimsical style that portrays a moment in time rather than an actual portrait. The relationship between people and catching people in the act of living are my favorite subjects to paint. I use watercolors with pen and ink and some acrylic metallic paint for embellishments. Recently, I’ve been adding collage elements, including musical notes and Japanese papers. On some of my Island women, I make watercolor batik papers that I then cut out and collage on for their clothing – sort of like dressing a paper doll. When it feels appropriate, I add stamps; some that I have carved myself.”
Huntsville Art League
Lowe Mill Art & Entertainment
Studio 2015 (in the North Floor)
2211 Seminole Dr.
Huntsville, AL 35805
About Huntsville Art League
Established in 1957, Huntsville Art League is a nonprofit artists’ cooperative with a mission to promote understanding, appreciation, participation and general interest in the visual arts. We are supported through the countless volunteer hours of our members, corporate and private sponsorships, and grants.Learn More
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Figure Drawing (Clothed)
Huntsville Art League, Studio 215
Contact Terri Shows for more information 256-651-7450
NEW DATE & TIME
Third Thursday of each month
Huntsville Art League, Studio 2015
Contact Larry Augsburger at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Every third Thursday of the month (except during the summer and December)
Everyone is welcome! You don’t have to be a member.
Guest speaker to be announced.
Executive Board Meeting
Second Thursday of the month
5:30 – 7:30 PM
This meeting is open to Officers, Committee Chairs, and Huntsville Art League Members.