Studio Artist Classes at Rockford Art Museum, led by local artist Jasmina Jovanovic, offer the adult artist an opportunity to paint in a studio atmosphere. Individual instruction is provided for all levels of experience, from beginning to advanced. Drawing and painting are taught in a variety of media, including acrylic, charcoal, oil, pastel, pencil and watercolor. Subjects include animals, architecture, the human figure, landscapes, portraiture, and still life. Color theory, perspective, symbolism and texture are emphasized. Work may be realistic or abstract. Jovanovic works with each student to help them develop personal style and expression.

SPRING 2019 STUDIO ARTISTS
Each 2-hour class is limited to 10 participants – and fills quickly!
Classes are taught at Rockford Art Museum, 711 N. Main St., Rockford.

SPRING SESSION 1
FEB 5–MAR 21

CHOOSE: TUE OR THU; 9:45–11:45 AM OR 1–3 PM
$75 ($70 FOR RAM MEMBERS) 
REGISTRATION REQUIRED, CALL (815) 968-2787
 

SPRING SESSION 2
APR 2–MAY 23 

NO CLASS 4/25
CHOOSE: TUE OR THU; 9:45–11:45 AM OR 1–3 PM
$75 ($70 FOR RAM MEMBERS) 
REGISTRATION REQUIRED, CALL (815) 968-2787
 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR 
A native of the former Yugoslavia, Jasmina Jovanovic moved to the Rockford region with her family in 1999. She holds a degree in art history from the University of Belgrade and cites artistic influences as varied as “Italian Renaissance masters, French symbolists, and world-famous surrealists.” Jovanovic is represented in many private collections overseas, and has exhibited in several shows in Belgrade, New York and Chicago as well as Rockford and Freeport. Her icon paintings are on view at Rockford’s Serbian Orthodox Church.

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