The Tulsa Art Center is a comprehensive art-centered educational community where some of Tulsa’s finest professionals inspire students of all skill levels and ages to achieve their creative goals. Please click here for more information about us.
Learn how to draw what you see, with these beginner drawing lessons. Discover essential drawing skills from how to hold a pencil through to perspective, pencil shading, and sketching. Progress into more difficult subjects in this fun and challenging class.
In this amazing class we will teach you how to use Prismacolor pencils to achieve beautiful realistic and artistic results. Turn a plain picture into a real work of art by learning how to add, blend and shade with layers of color. No clean up of paint mess, just a relaxing time among new friends. All levels are welcomed.
This super easy super fun 8 week course will give you hours of relaxed enjoyment. The course will teach the use and materials of acrylic ink painting. Acrylic ink is a multidimensional and versitile media. It does not fade and you can use it in combination with graphite pencils, ink pencils, colored pencils. It thins with water and cleans up with water. It is fast drying and u-v stable. Colors can be created by mixing, and it goes a long way. You can use a variety of tools to apply different creative effects.
Over the course of the next 8 weeks, you will learn how to use your camera. Learn tips on bulb photography, stop-motion photography and single light source photography. At the end of the 8 weeks, you will have the beginnings of your portfolio. It’s time for you to begin your personal creative journey of photography for art or hobby.
Over this 6 week class, your preschooler will learn all about different art techniques. Students will learn about texture and pattern painting with watercolor, color sorting with rainbow collages, salt painting and pet portraits. This is a fun and exciting class that allow your preschooler to explore their creativity like never before!
Copperplate Calligraphy is a script style of lettering that is written using an oblique pen holder with a pointed flexible pen nib dipped into the ink. This lettering style is based upon the script used in the 18th century for lettering such documents as the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. It has been most commonly used for lettering invitations for weddings and other formal occasions, and for addressing the envelopes.
Art Mix is a fun and exciting class that focuses on a variety of mediums. Learn how to draw with oil pastels, learn about the art of African masks and create one from paper mache. We will design and create a stepping stone mosaics and to be inspired by Andy Goldsworthy for an installation art project that will be showcased at Foolish Things Coffee Company. This class is designed to expose students to all types of art, allowing them to express themselves through the unique and fun projects.
1. Oil Pastel Portrait
2. Paper Mache mask
This class embarks the student on a study of drawing and painting in styles both representational and exaggerated including Anime and Manga. Frank will help develop an artist's ability to use line, value, and color in artistic compositions whether using pencil, ink, color pencils, paint or digital coloring. Thursday classes will focus on digital drawing and painting with Photoshop.