All Day (Sunday)
Classes at 1:00 p.m., 3:00
Classes at 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. in the Art Loft
Resident artists Anke Hass, Carole Sesko and Shannon O’Leary make art
history and technique accessible to all in these fun, educational sessions. Try
your hand at painting, drawing, collage and more as they guide you through
the basics and share their knowledge of the wonderful world of art.
Tuesday, December 22nd: Shannon O’Leary, Pottery Pinch Pots
Saturday, December 26th: Carole Sesko, Jazz! Collage in the Style of Henri Matisse
Saturday, January 2nd: Carole Sesko, Paintings in the Style of Georgia O’Keefe
Sunday, January 10th: Shannon O’Leary, Pottery Leaf Bowls
Saturday, January 16th: Anke Hass, Gustav Klimt – Mixed Media Portrait Sketches
Saturday, January 23rd: Carole Sesko, Reverse Color Landscape Painting
Saturday, February 6th: Carole Sesko, Acrylic Paintings Inspired by Folk Art
Sunday, February 14th: Anke Hass, Snowscapes on Large Canvas with Acrylics
Saturday, February 20th: Anke Hass, Intro to Color with Sketching and Watercolors
Saturday, February 27th: Anke Hass, Drawing Horton: An Hommage to Dr. Seuss
Sunday, March 6th: Carole Sesko, Mixed Media with Markers and Acrylics
Sunday, March 20th: Shannon O’Leary, Hand-Building Pottery Masks
Saturday, March 26th: Carole Sesko, Hello Kitty, Hello Art! Japanese Anime Art
Saturday, April 2nd: Anke Hass, Multi-Colored Linocut Printmaking
For the last decade Anke Hass has been heavily involved in the arts in the
Lake Tahoe Basin through community education, private instruction and
workshops. Anke specializes in portraits and landscapes, in oils and pencil.
Local artist Carole Sesko has over 20 years of experience in contemporary
art. Carole works with wood, canvas, paper, metal, textiles or a mixture of
all. Her art is process-driven and she strives to balance matte, sheen, color,
pattern and texture until the components unify and flow.
Shannon O’Leary is an eclectic sculptural artist with a passion for ceramics
and other mediums including natural and reclaimed objects, textiles and
leather. Her formal education in clay translated into her desire to share and
express the craft with others.