Last Chance to Learn to See the Art of Harry Sefarbi!

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn to see and understand the unique and sensual paintings of Harry Sefarbi (1917-2009). This class corresponds with the special exhibition, Harry Sefarbi: A Retrospective, held at the Wayne Art Center from September 21st through November 15th in their Main Gallery.

The Violette de Mazia Foundation will conduct a 3-session class to be held in conjunction with the first retrospective of Sefarbi's art work in twelve years. Taught in the midst of one hundred of his paintings, students will have the benefit of the direct observation of his work in the exhibition. A prolific painter as well as a teacher at the Barnes Foundation for over 50 years, he dedicated his life to art. This course will explore the connections between the visual ideas Sefarbi employed in painting and teaching through the evolution of his creative development.

David Nolan is a local artist who works primarily in oils and has studied with artists including Edward L. Loper, Sr., Marilyn Bauman, and Al Staszesky and Harry Sefarbi. David graduated from the Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia, PA, and continued his education at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He learned the objective method for the aesthetic appreciation of art as a student of the Violette de Mazia Foundation and furthered his studies at The Barnes Foundation. In addition to his teaching, he works as a graphic designer.

To register for this special topic course, please visit www.wayneart.org or call 610-688-3553.

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