Oil Pastel Masterpiece

Dates: June 14, 2022

Meets: Tu from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location: MCC at Do Space 201

Registration Fee: $39.00

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

This is a great class to explore a medium that was pioneered by Pablo Picasso in the 20th century. It combines drawing, finger painting and art history as you select a masterpiece to use as inspiration for your creation. Choose from artists like Monet, Cezanne, Van Gogh and more. Use pastels to smear and scratch onto paper. You may be surprised how much it looks like a painting. Bring an $8 lab fee to class.
Fee: $39.00
Hours:2.00
CEUs:0.20

MCC at Do Space 201

Beth O'Hanlon

Beth O’Hanlon received her bachelor’s degree with a dual major in Art History and Studio. This education has served her well in her professional pursuits because it has given her a dual approach to understanding and sharing art. O’Hanlon later returned to school and earned her teaching certificate in Art K-12 and Gifted Education K-12.

She has taught art classes in public schools and art history at the University of Cincinnati, Metropolitan Community College and Southeast Community College. O’Hanlon enjoyed mentoring gifted students with Lincoln Public Schools and has now earned her Master’s Degree in Gifted Education and is currently facilitating gifted education at Omaha Public Schools.

O’Hanlon’s studio work has been rewarding with multiple solo exhibitions in painting and many group exhibitions in sculpture and painting. She has been showing her work in galleries for more than 20 years including nature centers and charity events. O’Hanlon has found these to be highly rewarding and she is encouraged that art has a community purpose beyond classroom education. In 2000, she joined the Nebraska Arts Association, Artists in Schools and Communities Program.

O’Hanlon brings many years of art and teaching experience to her business, Adventure in Art. Since buying the business in 2014, she evolved it into a working studio, which offered classes. Since 2017, O’Hanlon has continued the business without the studio space and enjoys bringing many classes and events to the community.

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