Foundation Drawing For High School Students

Instructor: Rosalie Puleo

Mondays throughout October: 2:30-4:30pm

Start or further your art journey by developing drawing and observation skills in this new class for high school students. Explore and solidify foundational skills such as shading, line, composition and perspective by drawing from still lifes. Learn to draw using charcoal with both white and toned paper. Each class is two hours, including instructor presentations and demonstrations, studio work time, and critique. No previous drawing experience required!

Rosalie Puleo RN, BSN, CMSRN is a classically trained artist and nurse with experience in many mediums. She has a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Department of Illustration. She has worked as a Senior Designer for Bantam Dell of Random House designing print advertisements to author websites, as an animator for Tiffany & Co, a spot illustrator for Esquire Magazine, and on community art projects and scene painting for school plays in Seattle.

$100 scholarship tuition

$175 member tuition

$275 member plus scholarship contribution

$220 non-member tuition

$320 non-member plus scholarship contribution

Tuition is designed to promote access for all students, regardless of their financial situation. Please consider sponsoring a scholarship if you are able, and contact Kristin Tollefson, Director of Education and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at for more information.


Every Monday
2:30pm – 4:30pm


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