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					              THANK YOU
     2010 SPECIAL EVENT SPONSORS




                   J. Conn Scott
             Rehoboth Art and Framing




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         Village Improvement Association


     Rehoboth Art League Programs are made possible in part by
                          grants from the




                          302-227-8408
                                                                                                               The Paynter’s Studio, circa 1685




       Class Catalogue
      Fall/Winter, 2010
                                         www.rehobothartleague.org
                                                                     12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
                                                                           Class Registration Form
Mission Statement
The Rehoboth Art League, with the people of Delaware and its visitors,     Class Title/Class Code                                                       ___________
encourages artists and arts education, and sponsors exhibits and pro-
grams that reflect the diversity of the community in an historic setting   Instructor                                                                            ____
and in partnership with other organizations.
                                                                           Class Dates                                                      Time_______________
Rehoboth Art League, Inc.
                                                                           Student Name                                                                          ____
12 Dodds Lane, Henlopen Acres,
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971                                                   Parent Name, if minor                                                                 ____
Office: 302-227-8408
Fax: 302-227-4121                                                          Address                                                                               ____
Web: www.rehobothartleague.org
                                                                           City, State, Zip                                                 Phone                ____
Office Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
                                                                           Email                                                            __________________
Homestead Hours: April – October
Mon. – Sat: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                         RAL Member Yes/No
Sunday: Noon – 4:00 p.m.
                                                                           Tuition paid: $___________ Check             Cash     Charge
Corkran/Tubbs Gallery Hours:
Mon. – Sat: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                         Material fee: $___________ (unless payable to instructor)
Sunday: Noon – 4:00 p.m.
Closed: Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day       VISA/MasterCard # __________________________Exp: _______

                                                                           Signature: ____________________________________________
Staff:
Interim Executive Director                                                 There will be a $5 processing fee charged for students canceling one week or more in ad-
Larry Sweigert                                                             vance of class start date. A $25 fee will be charged to students canceling fewer than 7 days
director@rehobothartleague.org                                             before class start date. No refunds will be made once the class has started.

                                                                           RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT
Educational Programs Director                                              I, _________________________, acknowledge that I have voluntarily applied to participate in the
Kimberly S. Klabe                                                          above activities at the Rehoboth Art League:
educator@rehobothartleague.org
                                                                           Having read this waiver, I, for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waiver and re-
                                                                           lease the Rehoboth Art League from any claims arising from my participation in this event. We
Membership/Development Administrator                                       also hold right to display any and all photographs. By indicating your acceptance of this agree-
Rose Murray                                                                ment and waiver, you are affirming that you have read and understood this agreement and
Membership@rehobothartleague.org                                           waiver and fully understand its terms. You understand that you are giving up substantial rights,
                                                                           including the right to sue. You acknowledge that you are signing the agreement and waiver
                                                                           freely and voluntarily, and intend by your acceptance to be a complete and unconditional release
Gallery Manager                                                            of all liability to the greatest extent allowed by law.
Nick Serratore                                                             I verify this statement by placing my initials here:________________
galleryral@rehobothartleague.org                                           Parent or Guardian’s initials (if under 18):_____________________

Events Coordinator                                                         PARTICIPANT/RELEASE OR PARENT OR GUARDIAN
                                                                           Signature: _____________________________ ________________________________
Dorothy Dobbin                                                             IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE, YOU AND YOUR PARENT OR
events@rehobothartleague.org                                               GUARDIAN MUST SIGN AND INITIAL THIS FORM WHERE INDICATED.


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Class Registration Form
                                                                                                  Sketch Group – The sketch group is open to all interested artists
Class Title/Class Code                                                       ___________
                                                                                                  and meets from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, from March
Instructor                                                                            ____        through November in the Chambers Studio. There is a fee of $5
                                                                                                  per session. Live models are provided, and the group is always in-
Class Dates                                                      Time_______________              terested in hiring new models. (models are paid $25 per session.)
                                                                                                  Call 227-8408 for information.
Student Name                                                                          ____

Parent Name, if minor                                                                 ____        Open Pottery Studio – Open Tu & Th, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for
                                                                                                  RAL Members. If you would like to become a RAL member, please
Address                                                                               ____        contact us at 227-8408. Cost for Open Studio is $2/hour, with a
                                                                                                  maximum of $10 per day. Participants should have previous pottery
City, State, Zip                                                 Phone                ____        experience—no instruction is provided. Open times may change if
                                                                                                  there is a class/workshop scheduled.
Email                                                            __________________

RAL Member Yes/No                                                                                 Open Art Studio (Chambers)- Open Wednesdays, 1:00 -4:00 p.m.
                                                                                                  $5 per session for RAL Members. Open studio times may change if
Tuition paid: $___________ Check             Cash     Charge                                      there is a workshop/class scheduled.
Material fee: $___________ (unless payable to instructor)                                         BOARD OF TRUSTEES:
VISA/MasterCard # __________________________Exp: _______                                          President – Marcia DeWitt
                                                                                                  First V.P. – Diana Beebe
Signature: ____________________________________________                                           Secretary/Treasurer – Henry Cox
There will be a $5 processing fee charged for students canceling one week or more in ad-          BOARD MEMBERS:
vance of class start date. A $25 fee will be charged to students canceling fewer than 7
days before class start date. No refunds will be made once the class has started.                 Jim Biever
                                                                                                  Connie Boland
RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT                                                         Martin Clark
I, _________________________, acknowledge that I have voluntarily applied to participate in the   Connie Costigan
above activities at the Rehoboth Art League:
                                                                                                  Bernice Edwards
Having read this waiver, I, for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waiver and        Gretta Estey
release the Rehoboth Art League from any claims arising from my participation in this event.      Laurie Farr
We also hold right to display any and all photographs. By indicating your acceptance of this      Lacy Letonoff
agreement and waiver, you are affirming that you have read and understood this agreement
                                                                                                  Kit Wilson McNeilly
and waiver and fully understand its terms. You understand that you are giving up substantial
rights, including the right to sue. You acknowledge that you are signing the agreement and        Pierce Quinlan
waiver freely and voluntarily, and intend by your acceptance to be a complete and uncondi-        Le Rowell
tional release of all liability to the greatest extent allowed by law.                            Christine Strauss– Moore
I verify this statement by placing my initials here:________________
Parent or Guardian’s initials (if under 18):_____________________

PARTICIPANT/RELEASE OR PARENT OR GUARDIAN
Signature: _____________________________ ________________________________
IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE, YOU AND YOUR PARENT OR
GUARDIAN MUST SIGN AND INITIAL THIS FORM WHERE INDICATED.



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AUGUST 30—OCTOBER 24
Please note: Classes with an asterisk* involve an out-of-state instructor and                           Upcoming Events for 2010
may be cancelled two weeks or more before class begins if registration mini-
mum is not met. Because of this, the information in this class brochure may
change. Please try to register early.
                                                                                                  3rd Biennial Regional Juried Show
                                                                                                   In the Corkran and Tubbs Galleries
                                                                                                        July 23 through August 23
                                      SEPTEMBER
                                      Carol Zika—Portrait Drawing Basics*               37th Annual Outdoor Fine Art and Fine Craft Show
                                      September 7—10, 9:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m.              Saturday and Sunday, August 7, 8 and 14, 15 rain or shine.
                                      (bring your lunch)
                                      ADULTS 16+ #10902
                                                                                            Members’ Fall Theme Exhibit: “RHYTHM”
                                      This class is for students with good percep-              In the Corkran and Tubbs Galleries
                                      tual skills and some basic drawing experi-                 September 3 through October 10
                                      ence who want to study or improve their
                                      knowledge of human skull anatomy for appli-
                                      cation in portrait drawing and painting. We      The Land of Tara: Recent works by Tara Funk Grim
                                      will study the proportions of the head from                   In the Homestead Gallery
                                      infant to adult and using graphite, learn to               September 3 through October 10
                                      draw it accurately from different viewpoints;
                                      observing and applying light and shadow.
                                      This approach is 2-dimensional and will not                     Delaware By Hand Masters
                                      employ live models during the basic learning                 In the Corkran and Tubbs Galleries
                                      process.                                                      October 15 through November 28
                                      Intermediate to Advanced
Minimum 6, Maximum 14
Materials Fee: $10, paid to instructor                                                                 Members’ Holiday Flair
Fee: $220 Members, $255 Future Members.                                                      In the Corkran, Tubbs and Ventures Galleries
                                                                                                December 4, 2010 through January 2011
Edna Filemyr—Decorating Your Clayware
Wednesdays, September 8 —September 29, 1:30 p.m.—3:30 p.m.
ADULTS #10909
Make a series of small vessels, experimenting with techniques for glazing, decora-
tion on bisque, and decoration on wet ware. Ear syringe and brush, inlay, scraffito,
oxide wash, stenciling and banding are some of the techniques presented.

All levels                                                                                   All exhibitions made possible in part by grants from the
Minimum 5, Maximum 8
Materials fee: $30 paid to RAL
Fee: $75/$110




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                                                           Bill Patterson—Intro to Oil Painting
                                                           September 11—October 2, 10:00 a.m.—noon (4 Saturdays)
                                                           ADULTS/Mature Teens #10905
             37th Annual Outdoor
FINE ART & FINE CRAFT SHOW                                Always wanted to work in oils, but not sure? This class is designed for the be-
                                                          ginner as well as the intermediate level of student. Students will develop a
                                                          painting from a still life or photograph. You will be introduced to the ways that
                                 Saturday & Sunday,
                                                          artists see and how that determines the style of a painting. Students will explore
                                August 7, 8 and 14, 15    subject matter such as: themes and variations, pictorial balance, passage,
                                10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.   mood, characteristics of color (including hue, value and intensity), mass and
                                                          volume, and the hierarchy of edges and the handling of paint.

                                     More Artists         Beginners/Intermediate
                                 Upgraded Amenities       Minimum 5, Maximum 10
                                                          Fee: $75 Members, $110 Future Members
                                 $5.00 Admission Fee
                                per Weekend, per Adult     Kate Lear—Pottery Basics
                                                           Tuesdays, September 14—October 19, 6:15 p.m.—8:45 p.m.
                                                           ADULTS #10901
  WWW.REHOBOTHARTLEAGUE.ORG
                                                           Hand-building & wheel-work. Basic to advanced, - emphasis on hand-building
                                                           for beginners, then working up to the pottery wheel. Intermediate to advanced
                                                           students will receive additional guidance. While there will be structured les-
                                                           sons, this class is also an opportunity to pursue personal projects with the
                                                           advice and counsel of your instructor. Lessons will cover basic construction
                                                           techniques along with a serious introduction to glaze and surface treatment.
    Members’ Fall Theme Exhibit
            “RHYTHM”
                                                           Beginners through advanced
                                                           Minimum 5, Maximum 10
                                                           Materials fee: $40, paid to RAL
       In the Corkran and Tubbs Galleries                  Fee: $145 Members, $180 Future Members.



         The Land of Tara
                                                           Kate Lear—Pottery Basics
                                                           Wednesdays, September 15—October 20, 9:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
                                                           ADULTS #10908
       New works by Tara Funk Grim                         See description above. Same class, different day/time.

            In the Homestead Gallery                       Beginners through advanced
                                                           Minimum 5, Maximum 10
                                                           Materials fee: $40, paid to RAL
Both Shows opening September 3, 2010                       Fee: $145 Members, $180 Future Members.
  Opening reception, Friday, September 3 from 5—7 p.m.




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Sherry Lee Biele—Painted Floorcloths                                                          Rehoboth Art League Membership Application
September 13, 15 and 17, 6 p.m.—8 p.m.
ADULTS #10907                                                                      Please print clearly. Send your inquiry to membership@rehobothartleague.org

Learn how to paint faux-textured backgrounds and design the layout of a         Name _______________________________________________________________
hand-painted design with a decorative border. $20 materials fee will
cover cloth, paint, rollers/brushes, poly acrylic and contact cement. This      ____________________________________________________________________
would make a great gift for the upcoming holidays!                                    Primary Address: Street

Beginners/Intermediate                                                          ____________________________________________________________________
Minimum 4, Maximum 8                                                                  City                              State                  Zip
Materials fee: $20 paid to instructor
Fee: $70/$105                                                                   ____________________________________________________________________
                                                                                Primary Telephone Number                         Cell Telephone Number

Ted Nuttal—Painting the Portrait in Watercolor from Photographs*                ____________________________________________________________________
September 15, 16 and 17, 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.                                          E-mail (email addresses are kept confidential)
ADULTS #10903
                                                                                Are you an artist? Yes______ No ______ Medium? _____
Though often viewed by man as intimidating and challenging, painting the
figure can be just as approachable as a still life or landscape and brings      _____ Corkran    $1,000.00    ______ Household $100.00
with its accomplishment a unique satisfaction and reward. In his work-
shop Ted will discuss, with daily demonstrations and one-on-one interac-        ______ Tubbs        $ 500.00 ______ Dual            $ 75.00
tion with class members, how to achieve spontaneity, character and life in
your figure paintings. Ted’s approach to the figure and specific techniques
he uses to bring excitement to his paintings will find your paintings taking    ______ Paynter      $ 250.00 ______ Individual $ 50.00
on a new life and you’ll have great fun in the process.
                                                                                ____    Supporter $ 125.00 ______ College Student
Beginners (should have some painting experience) through advanced                                                          $30.00
Minimum 10, Maximum 15
Fee: $350 Members, $385 Future Members.
                                                                                _____ I/We wish to make an additional gift: $__________

Adrienne Lenz—Princess Jewels                                                   _____    My check, made payable to the RAL is enclosed.
Saturday, September 18, 10:00 a.m.—noon
Ages 4-7 #10902c
                                                                                 ___ Please charge my membership to ___ Master Card            ___ Visa
Every little girl wants to be a princess and every princess wears beautiful
jewels. This class will be a fun class for little girls to learn how to make     Card # __________________________Expiration Date _____ Security Code: _____
some fun, colorful, beautiful jewelry! All jewelry will be supplied but feel
free to bring anything special you would like to use.                            Signature ________________________________________________________

Minimum 4, Maximum 10.                                                         ____ Please contact the Executive Director regarding the Louise Corkran Society and
Fee: $30 Members, $65 Future Members                                           making a testamentary gift to the Rehoboth Art League. Thank you for you member-
                                                                               ship!

                                                                               12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth DE 19971      302-227-8408    www.rehobothartleague.org
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Sherry Lee Biele/Kim Klabe—Halloween Hoedown!                                      Terry Whye – From Mud to Maiolica Pottery workshop
Saturday, October 16, 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.                                       Saturdays, September 25 and October 2, 2:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m.
AGES 6-12 #101001c                                                                 Ages 8 and up, #10901c
Let’s make Halloween costumes! We’ll have bags and boxes full of ―stuff‖ to        Tiles, simple bowls or platters will be slab constructed using a rich dark
create a one-of-a-kind Halloween costume. No off-the-rack plastic costumes         brown maiolica clay. Classic opaque white glazes are combined with the
for you! You’ll have several designs to choose from, or if you’re really feeling   brushwork techniques of in-glaze painting characteristics of this colorful ce-
wild, you can make up one of your own creation. After your costume is              ramic art form.
ready, we’ll spend the last hour ―painting‖ your face with stage make-up.
We’ll also teach you how to do it yourself and send you home with instruc-         Beginning to advanced , Minimum 6, Maximum 14.
tions so you can recreate your face on Halloween night. Bring your friends,        $90 Members, $120 Future Members
this is going to be a fun morning!
                                                                                   Terry Whye – From Mud to Maiolica Pottery workshop*
Minimum 5, Maximum 10                                                              Saturdays, September 25 and October 2, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m.
RAL Members: $35 Future RAL Members: $70                                           ADULTS, beginners to intermediate #10904

NOVEMBER                                                                           This is the same class as above, but for the adults! Please note that these
                                                                                   techniques are easily adapted to cone 6 firing temperatures and a suitable
Kate Lear—Pottery Basics                                                           high fire glaze recipe will be provided, making this a useful class to anyone
November 2—December 7, 6:15 p.m.—8:45 p.m. (Tuesdays)                              who attends open pottery days at RAL.
ADULTS #111101                                                                     Beginners through advanced, Minimum 6, Maximum 14.
                                                                                   $90 Members, $120 Future Members
Hand-building & wheel-work. Basic to advanced, - emphasis on hand-
building for beginners, then working up to the pottery wheel. Interm. to ad-       Kate Lear—TRY IT! Potter’s Wheel One Day Workshop
vanced students will receive additional guidance. While there will be struc-       Sundays, Sept. 26, October 3, November 14 and December 30
tured lessons, this class is also an opportunity to pursue personal projects       1:00 p.m.—3:30 p.m. TEENS/ADULTS #10906
with the advice and counsel of your instructor. Lessons will cover basic con-      Experiment and explore in one of these weekend sessions for adults who are
struction techniques along with a serious introduction to glaze and surface        curious about the potter’s wheel. You’ll cover methods of centering clay and
treatment.                                                                         throwing bowl and cylinder forms. Students will decorate finished pieces us-
                                                                                   ing commercial underglaze. Instructor will clear glaze pieces after they are
Beginners through advanced                                                         bisque fired. Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks for drying/ firing of work.
Minimum 5, Maximum 10
Materials fee: $40, paid to RAL                                                    Beginners. Minimum 3, Maximum 8.
Fee: $145 Members, $180 Future Members.                                            Fee: $60 Members; $80 Non-Members
Kate Lear—Pottery Basics                                                           Big Hands, Little Hands with Kate Lear (Pottery workshop)
November 3—December 15, 9:30 a.m.—12:00 p.m. (Wednesdays. No
class November 24)
                                                                                   Ages 3-6 + adult (no extra charge for one adult.)
                                                                                   Sundays, September 26, October 3, November 14 and
ADULTS #111102
                                                                                   December 30, 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. #10903c (one day workshops)
See description above. Same class, different day/time.
                                                                                   This one-day workshop introduces young children to ceramics by allowing
                                                                                   them to explore clay through this playful experience, accompanied by a par-
Beginners through advanced
                                                                                   ent or familiar adult. Adults and children use their hands to pinch, roll and
Minimum 5, Maximum 10
                                                                                   attach pieces of clay together to build creative ceramic works of art together!
Fee: $145 Members, $180 Future Members. Materials fee: $40, paid to RAL
                                                                                   Beginners. Minimum 3, Maximum 8.
                                                                                   Fee: $60 Members; $80 Non-Members, $25 each add’l person.
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                                                                                 Adrienne Lenz—Jewelry Making 101
OCTOBER                                                                          October 9, 2010, 2:00 p.m.—5:00 p.m.
Gwen Bragg – Local Plein Aire Watercolor Painting *                              ADULTS #101004
September 30—October 2, 9:30 a.m.—3:30 p.m.
12:30 start on Thursday                                                          Learn how to make different kinds of jewelry—necklaces, earrings, rings,
ADULTS #10905                                                                    bracelets, anklets. Different materials will be used, such as beads, various
                                                                                 metals, pendants, clay, etc. This class will show the basics of how to make
This is an annual plein aire (weather permitting) watercolor workshop for in-    jewelry from scratch; attaching clasps, using beading string, creative ways to
termediate to advanced level. Special emphasis will be on developing good        make jewelry look original, and much more.
composition and redefining watercolor techniques. Time will be slated for
demonstrations and individual painting critiques. Please bring your own pho-     Beginners
tos to supplement those of the instructor for use during inclement weather.      Minimum 4, Maximum 10
Bring your own watercolor supplies.                                              $45 Members, $80 Future Members

Intermediate/Advanced                                                            Sherry Lee Biele—Painting Decorative Furniture
Minimum 10, Maximum 15                                                           October 11, 13 and 15, 6 p.m.—8 p.m.
Members: $125 Non Members $165                                                   ADULTS #101003

Walt Bartman—Painting Landscapes on Location*                                    Learn prep, design and finishing. Bring a small table or chair to be
Thursday – Sunday, October 7 – 10, with Sunday being optional.                   decoratively painted.
9 a.m.—5 p.m. (class times vary on different days)
ADULTS #101002                                                                   Beginners
                                                                                 Minimum 4, Maximum 8
Fall is an inspirational time to paint outdoors. Join Walt Bartman, a noted      Materials fee: $20 paid to instructor
colorist, as he paints plein aire at the RAL, Gordon’s Pond and Lewes. This      Fee: $70/$105
will be the ninth year that Walt returns for this popular workshop. He will
demonstrate and lecture on the topics of drawing, composing and the use          Ron Lightcap—Basic Foundations of Drawing
and approaches to working with color. This class is designed for all levels of   October 20—November 10, 6 p.m.—8 p.m. (4 Wednesdays)
students. Students can work in a variety of mediums, including oils, acrylics,   ADULTS #101005
goache and watercolor.
                                                                                 Art is for everyone! Local artist Ron Lightcap believes that everyone can enjoy
Beginners through advanced                                                       or create art. Anyone who can hold a pencil can learn to draw. Taking your
Minimum 10, Maximum 25                                                           first steps into the world of art? Suffering from stress at work or home? Per-
$200 Members, $235 Future Members                                                haps you’re recently retired and still dreaming of taking a pencil in hand. Does
                                                                                 your inner artist need an outlet? A good place to start is with this 4-week
Edna Filemyr—Decorating Your Clayware                                            course of instruction in the basics of drawing. You will be introduced to these
October 6—October 27, 1:30 p.m.—3:30 p.m.                                        key foundational elements of drawing: Seeing vs. knowing, sketching, compo-
ADULTS #101006                                                                   sition, perspective tips, the illusion of depth, light and shadow and drawing
                                                                                 blind and upside down.
Make a series of small vessels, experimenting with techniques for glazing,
decoration on bisque, and decoration on wet ware. Ear syringe and brush,         Beginners
inlay, scraffito, oxide wash, stenciling and banding are some of the tech-       Minimum 4, Maximum 12
niques presented. Materials fee: $30 paid to RAL                                 Fee: $80/$115

All levels
Minimum 4, Maximum 8
Fee: $75/$110

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