Watercolor and Pen & Ink Illustration

Learn to marry the fluid, luminous quality of watercolor with the expression of hand-drawn pen and ink lines to create detailed illustrations with personality. Students will learn and experiment with a variety of techniques for using watercolor and pen and ink together, and will choose one style for one or more developed pieces. Prior experience with watercolor preferred, but not necessary. Instructors: Bryan Ramey, Nicholas Anthony Mancini

Sections

WPIN-FA19.01

Start Date

September 17, 2019

Time

5:30pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$260.00

Availability

0

10 Tuesdays, 5:30pm-7:30pm. Begins September 17.

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Instructors: Nicholas Anthony Mancini

WPIN-FA19.02

Start Date

September 19, 2019

Time

7:45pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$210.00

Availability

1

8 Thursdays, 7:45pm-9:45pm. Begins September19

No class November 7 & 14

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Instructors: Anthony Riccardi, Bryan Ramey

Instructors

Nicholas Anthony Mancini

Nicholas received his BFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA in 2009. He has been an apprentice to Odd Nerdrum in Stavern, Norway as well as an Artist-in-Residence at Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. In 2015 Nicholas was awarded an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant as well as a Constantin Alajalov Scholarship. In 2016 he received the Boston University Anderson Ranch Printmaking Scholarship. Nicholas finished his MFA at Boston University in 2017, receiving the John Walker Graduate Award. Nicholas was recently awarded the Umbrella Artist Residency In Concord for the year 2018-19.

Anthony Riccardi

Anthony Riccardi is a local artist who has graduated from Mass College of Art, where his concentration of study was in painting. His studio is located in Cambridge, where he paints in many mediums, including watercolors, oils, and acrylics. He has exhibited widely in the Boston area.

Bryan Ramey

Artist

Bryan Ramey received his BFA from Alfred University in 2008, after which he honed his craft, traveling internationally before settling in Brisbane Australia. While there he worked with the artist group Jugglers Art Space as well as landing his first solo show. He returned stateside to attend the Post Bachelorette Program at the School for the museum of Fine Arts in 2011. Over the last six years Bryan has exhibited both locally and internationally while working with musicians and authors as a freelance illustrator. He currently lives and works out of his home studio in Allston MA.

Website: artbyramey.com