Title
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
9am - 12pm

Watercolor

Frederick Schuler Briggs

PAINTING

Hans Guerin

Plein Air

David Buckley Good

Drawing I

Beth de Loiselle

Plein Air

David Buckley Good

Painting

Andrew Schuler Guerin

Plein Air

David Buckley Good

Anatomy

John Pattillo

10am - 1pm

Saturday Class

Hans Guerin

Beth de Loiselle

1pm - 4pm

DRAWING II

Andrew Schuler Guerin

Portrait

Hans Guerin

Sculpture

Francesca Schuler Guerin

Portrait

Andrew Schuler Guerin

Figure

Hans Guerin

7pm - 9:30pm

Evening Class

Hans Guerin

Andrew Schuler Guerin

SCHEDULE

CLASSES

FULL TIME

The academic year (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.) is divided into two semesters of approximately 14 weeks each. The fall semester runs from the first Wednesday of October through January, with a mid-December holiday. The spring semester runs from early February to mid-May.

SATURDAY CLASSES

Saturday Classes are open to available for aspiring young artists ages 13 or older as well as adults. 10:00 am - 1:00 pm. Classes cover drawing, painting, sculpture and watercolor in various subject matter. They are excellent for portfolio development.

PLEIN AIR CLASSES 

These outdoor landscape classes will be held Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays most weeks, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. However the days may be altered each week due to weather.Students learn methods and techniques specific to landscape including composition, perspective, color and light. These classes provide additional opportunities to understand and interpret a wealth of visual information from life. 

EVENING SCHOOL  

Evening school is one term (7-9 p.m.) from the first Wednesday of October to Easter break, approximately 22 weeks. Tuesday classes include drawing, still life oil painting, watercolor, and sculpture. Wednesday classes offer portrait painting in various media.

SUMMER SCHOOL 

Summer school is one term of six weeks, from late June to early August. Morning classes offer the option of landscape painting at several picturesque locations or studio classes (drawing, oil painting, sculpture). Portrait painting is taught every afternoon, as is still life painting and drawing.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

It is the policy of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design that no person shall be subject to discrimination in whatever relationship with the Association because of sex, race, color, creed, religion, or national origin.

As a private, nonaccredited school, no government financial assistance exists either for the school or for students. We do not participate in any government program, such as Pell Grants, federal student loans, or the deferred loan program.

Foreign students cannot expect to be issued student visas (I-20) based on acceptance to our school.

Because of the unique nature of the training, all students begin as freshmen regardless of their previous education or experience.

The Schuler School of Fine Arts reserves the right to change any curricular offering, policy governing students, or financial regulation whenever and as the requirements of the school demand.