New Instructors for the New Year

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New Instructors for the New Year

New Instructors for the New Year at DCA 

 

Dorchester Center for the Arts (DCA) strives to maintain a

rigorous instructional arts calendar,

and is always on the hunt

for new programming

to enhance the opportunities for the community. 

In the new winter session set to begin mid-January,

several new instructors will be featured,

including the following:   

Will Dennehy

Will is an architect and fourth (maybe fifth) generation artist. 

Since moving to the Eastern Shore, he has rediscovered his love of painting. 

He uses classic techniques of painted grounds, indirect painting,

and modern acrylics to create realistic portraits and images

of the Eastern Shore.

  Watch for new acrylic painting classes with Will coming in January, February and March.

Diana Evans

A teacher of watercolor for nearly a decade,

Diana enjoys painting landscapes, seascapes, shorelines and boats,

,still life, wildlife, animals, and Eastern Shore lifestyle.  A much sought-after instructor,

Diana has been teach for several years at Brookletts Place in Easton

and will be bringing her talents for beginning watercolor instruction to DCA in the Spring of 2018.

Winter also features returning instructors with new classes,

including Robert Gladney who will teach

Principles of Ceramics for Handbuilding and Throwing,

and Jennifer Cristaudo teaching a clay handbuilding candle box class. 

Jennifer Cristaudo, handbuilt ornamental box

Jennifer Cristaudo, handbuilt ornamental box