The mission of Patris Studio and Art Gallery is to foster growth in the visual arts, provide a place for serious artists to work and connect with other artists, and enrich the community with programs of quality art education, art appreciation, and exhibitions.
The Broadway Rain Series Exhibition has ended at Patris Studio and Gallery but some of the original rainscapes are still available for acquisition as well as a selection of archival giclee prints and archival canvas wraps.
These impressionistic rainscapes by Patris focus on the Oak Park Broadway corridor, paying homage to the past and highlighting the present. Find your favorite!
2018 Summer Art Classes: Fantasy Character Design Summer Workshop for young people with Nate Flamm Thursday July 26 kicks off this summer session with a free demo! 10 am - 11:30 am free demo on July 26 and information session click here for more info, registration and details.
Summer Beginning Drawing Classes with Patris (No class July 11)
Wednesdays 9:30 am - 10:45 am
$36 for a 3 pack of classes or $15 per single class session
Practice and learn new drawing skills!
One-Day Beginner Mini Drawing Workshops with Patris
*Saturday July 7 12 pm - 2 pm
*Saturday July 28 12 pm - 2 pm
*Saturday August 11 12 pm - 2 pm*
Saturday August 25 12 pm - 2 pm
$30 per class and includes materials to use, class demonstration, and practice. These mini workshops focus on different aspects of drawing, techniques, and approaches and are designed to give the beginning level artist a foundation to build drawing skills. No experience needed.
Summertime Watercolor Classes With Teresa Steinbach
Fridays in July
10 am - 12:30 pm
$40 per class sessions
Learn to conceptualize, design, and illustrate your own imaginative characters!
Students will engage in lectures and learn what makes a compelling character. They will complete assignments that will further develop their concept art abilities.
Limited seating, 20 spots available.
Thursdays, June 28th - July 19th, 2018
10 am - 11 am
Graphite Pencil, or other drawing medium
Colored pencils, markers, paint, or other coloring medium
Students will provide their own supplies (The focus of this course is character design, and not the medium, so any drawing and color materials will do). If you have a portable device, and know how to use it, digital medium is fine as well.