Retired art educator, Tom Zangerle, is the instructor for the Cobblestone Museum’s two painting classes entitled, “Landscape Painting in Oil from a Photograph.” Classes are scheduled for Saturday, April 15 and April 29 from 10am-1pm at the new Visitors Center. A display of Tom’s artwork will be on display this spring, too.
Tom welcomes all levels of students, as long as you bring your own supplies. He said, “Whether you’re a novice, intermediate, or pro, you will get a lot out of the classes and have some fun, too!” Tom will cover many of the basics such as composition, value, color mixing, materials and the use of photographs to aid in the completion of an oil landscape.
Tom noted, “You don’t have to have been born with special talents and there are no hidden secrets. All you need is a willingness to learn and try.”
Mr. Zangerle lives in Medina with his wife Mary, and is a retired public school art teacher. He has taught thousands of students how to draw and paint. He said, “Let me help you, too.”
A list of class supplies will be provided. Both classes cost $25 each ($20 Museum Members) and are limited to 10 students per class. Register here online or call now at (585) 589-9013.