Dates: March 2 – 30, 2022 (5 weeks), 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Class Fee: Non-Members $125/ Members $110/ Docent $95
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The five classes of the course will cover work by 31 artists associated with the Cape with an eye to examining how they approach figures, landscapes, and abstractions. We will also look at work that crosses those lines and provides an enigmatic quality or references cultural or political concerns. The focus will be on looking closely at each artwork, at the composition, various styles, expressions, and emotional aspects. Because Forman has interviewed and written about all of these artists, she will offer anecdotes and personal analysis. Class participation will be encouraged. Art is subjective, open to the personal interpretation of the viewer. Each of us responds in different ways, and our impressions, sense of aesthetics, and emotional responses can be vastly different, so exploring them during the class should be a dynamic and fun experience.