The  Boulder  School  of  Fine  Art
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Open for classes

Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays,

 Wednesdays and Thursdays

July and August

Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday
Introduction to Classical Technique
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Saturdays 9:30-12:30

Sundays 1-4

Tuesdays 1-4

Empower yourself and learn to draw and paint using classical technique fundamentals.

July and August

Saturday
Classical Long Pose Figure Drawing and Painting 
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Saturdays 1-4

Explore and develop classical drawing and painting skills in this figure study class.

July and August

Sunday and Tuesday
Afternoon Oil Painting
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Sunday and Tuesday afternoons 1-4

Join Elena Cantor in person and explore oil painting in these ongoing class.

July and August
 
Wednesdays After School
Classical Youth

Wednesdays 4:30-6:00

Explore classical art with Elena Cantor in these ongoing weekly classes.

For students aged 10-16

July and August

Thursday Evening
Figure Sketching
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Thursday evenings 6-8

Ben Harden teaches how to sketch a figure from life using classical methods in this weekly ongoing class.

Goosecreek waterfall
Goosecreek waterfall

The Boulder Goosecreek Bike Path faces the front of Art Work Space

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studiobwithroses

Front door of Suite B

rabbit bush and bee
rabbit bush and bee

September blooms along Goose Creek bike path

dogs eye of a Bargue drawing
dogs eye of a Bargue drawing

Necho

Seeing double
Seeing double

Grisaille painting by BSOFA student Heather McGarey of David's eye

Full size drawing of sculpture
Full size drawing of sculpture

Full sized charcoal drawing of Greek God sculpture made in Introduction to Classical Technique class.

Long pose sketches._._
Long pose sketches._._

Students charcoal drawings of Long Pose Figure class

Portrait of Stephanie
Portrait of Stephanie

Charcoal and chalk on Roma paper drawing of Stephanie

Chad's Thursday Evening sketch
Chad's Thursday Evening sketch

Thursday Evening Sketch pencil drawing by BSOFA student

Learn to see

what's really there.