Project Description

Fall 2023


Instructor: Eileen Driscoll

Days/Dates: Wednesdays, September 13 to October 4

Times:  9:30am – 12pm each week

Length: 4 Classes / 2.5 Hours per Class

Age: 18+

Level: All

Class Fee:  $160 members/$210 non-members

Supply List: Instructor will email list to students

Location: OCAF School Street Studios

Class Description:

Have you ever wanted to take a painting class but were afraid that you weren’t ‘talented’ enough to be ‘successful’? There are many different approaches to painting. What I call ‘Intuitive Painting’ is a great way to explore your creative voice. The process will unfold in front of you. It is exciting and will take you into your ‘zone’. I am confident you will be delighted with your experience.

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Eileen Driscoll
Eileen DriscollInstructor
About the instructor:

Eileen Driscoll is a retired teacher who taught Art in Gwinnett County Public Schools. She has a BA with a Major in General Studio Art and a Minor in Education. Her MSEd is in Career and Technical Education. Her Continuing Education includes: watercolor and acrylic painting, collage, and handbuilding ceramics at: Savannah College of Art and Design/Savannah campus and Atlanta campus and The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning in Duluth, Georgia.

Her work has been shown in the: Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY – ‘The Figure’/acrylic painting; The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning- Abstract Paintings & Photography; and Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus- Georgia Art Teachers Exhibition – Mixed Media – Guest artist: Juane Quick-to-See-Smith.

Eileen loves to help students find their creative voices using a variety of mediums and enjoy that process each step of the way. She believes the creative process is one of exploring and trusting the process as it unfolds. Learning about color, line, composition, mediums and more, are also important so the student has that knowledge as they create. A relaxed, friendly and supportive environment in the classroom is fostered so students can have fun and ‘get lost’ in their