Are you looking for a place to celebrate? The Dunedin Fine Art Center has got you covered! The Dunedin Fine Art Center is essentially a piece of art in itself. The center’s unique architecture coupled with our amazing exhibits creates...
Our award-winning instructors at the Dunedin Fine Art Center teach a variety of artistic mediums. Our instructors have taught at renowned schools and have been showcased locally, nationally and internationally. Combining education, experience and talent, our instructors have helped thousands of students, young and old, learn new artistic skills and unleash their creativity.
The Dunedin Fine Art Center is proud to offer the unique and exciting combination of art and educational experiences just for children and teens. Here, children and teens alike can explore their artistic abilities in a variety of ways! Visit the David L. Mason Children’s Museum, learn a new craft at one of our numerous summer camps, take an exciting tour with fellow classmates, make friends at Teen Art Club or celebrate your next birthday with the Dunedin Fine Art Center!
This class will teach students how to set a DSLR or Mirrorless camera to B/W settings. Students will shoot agreed upon projects and present the images. We will convert the images via Adobe Lightroom to produce stunning creations in a monotone and duotone output. Students will need to have Adobe Lightroom on their computer or laptop. Basic digital photography and computer skills are required.
This class will meet online. Students should be comfortable using Zoom (it's easy!). A Zoom account is NOT required to participate.
Every good painting tells a story. In this two-day workshop, students will explore the connection between the story you want to tell and the choices you make throughout the painting process. Knowing how to be clear about what you want to say will give you the information you need to set up a good composition, to choose a format that enhances your narrative, to make successful editing choices and to choose a color palette. Lyn will guide you through this process and will give you the tools you will need to go from simply copying a reference photo to creating a painting with something to say.
*Since this is a 2-day class, it will move too quickly for beginners. Students must at least have knowledge of basic underpainting techniques and must be familiar with using sanded papers.
This workshop will be held on Zoom. The instructor will send out login information prior to the workshop date.
Involved in fine art and fine craft for the past 25 years, Lyn Asselta's extensive background has included titles such as elementary school art teacher, draftsman, calligrapher, workshop instructor, and creator of award-winning fine-art gourd vessels. However, at one point, she opened an old box of Grumbacher pastels and never looked back. Lyn is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America (PSA), an International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) Eminent Pastelist, a member of the Salmagundi Club, the Eastern League of Professional Artists and American Women Artists. She is the founder of the First Coast Pastel Society (FL) and is a Member of Excellence of the Southeastern Pastel Society. Her award-winning paintings have appeared in shows and exhibitions throughout the United States, and in invitational exhibitions in France and China.
DFAC will not be taking deposits for this workshop; tuition must be paid in full in order to register. Withdrawals will not be refunded after December 15, 2020.