Introductory Drawing

October 20th, 2014 by Mac

Instructor: Carol PhenixDrawing_101___Vegetables_by_xycolsen
Date: Thursdays, October 30 – November 20
Times: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Draper and Maynard 201
Cost: 
$97

How do you create the illusion of 3-dimensional objects in space on a flat piece of paper? Not by magic, but by “drawing what you see instead of what you think you see.”  This class will introduce the basicfoundations of drawing, upon which every style builds. Participants will explore the basic elements that go into a drawing: line and contour, perspective, value (range of light to dark) using still life, landscape, and portrait exercises. We will look at different examples of masters’ drawings and discuss various approaches of style, technique and media.  In addition to class exercises, students will have the opportunity to create a personal choice piece.

Carol Phenix is a landscape, figure, and portrait painter. She has been published in two HarperCollins JRR Tolkien tribute books and several derivative works including the 1998 Tolkien Calendar. Additionally, she has painted a number of young adult fiction book covers. 

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November Wine and Food Pairing

September 18th, 2014 by Mac

Instructor: Chef Anthony Bomba, Sous Chef Dave Tetro and wine-non expert Linda Hammond
Date: Wednesday, November 12
Times: 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Location: Fosters, Common Man Inn, Plymouth NH
Cost: 
$10 (includes registration fee) to PSU and $18 wine and food fee to Fosters

November brings the end of daylight savings, Thanksgiving, and more night than day. We all need something bright to look forward to and this is it! Be ready for new and delicious offerings from our favorite chef, Tony Bomba. As many have experienced, Tony’s meticulous planning and true talent have produced surprisingly creative yet elegant dishes for us to enjoy. This season, he is accompanied by sous chef, Dave Tetro. Linda Hammond, our wine non- expert, will share information about the wines for each dish. Participants learn about their food ingredients, preparation, and why certain wines complement them. These pairings offer the perfect affordable evening out.  They are also wonderful gifts.  Won’t you join us with a friend?

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October Wine and Food Pairing

April 1st, 2014 by Mac

Instructor: Chef Anthony Bomba, Sous Chef Dave Tetro and wine-non expert Linda Hammond
Date: Wednesday, October 8
Times: 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Location: 
Fosters, Common Man Inn, Plymouth NH
Cost: 
$10 (includes registration fee) to PSU and $18 wine and food fee to Fosters

This is our fifth season of the popular Wine and Food Pairing evenings at Fosters. Chefs Anthony Bomba and Sous Chef, Dave Tetro are carefully planning several delectable cuisine offerings – just for your enjoyment; and Linda Hammond, wine non-expert, will tell you about the companion wines for each dish. Participants learn about their food choices, ingredients, preparation, and why certain wines complement them. These pairings offer the perfect affordable evening out. They are also wonderful and affordable gifts.

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