Continuing Education

Peg McNair

Peg McNair

Peg McNair has been weaving tapestries, designing, and painting for over 35 years.  Initially she explored tapestry, creating more than 100 over 12 years, gaining national recognition for her impressionistic landscapes and bold, rich colors.  Her work appeared in solo and group shows from New Mexico to D.C. to Seattle, WA.  She created several commissions for private clients, Percent for Art projects and corporations across the country.

Her next exploration involved creating textile print designs for the fashion industry and surface designs for products from diapers, sheets, paper plates to shower curtains, and more.  Peg has painted botanicals using drypoint watercolor, drawn people using pastels, and continued with impressionistic landscapes in mixed media.

Currently Peg is working on a series of gouache paintings on paper, “Avian Allegories”, which explore the avian(human)  condition with strong color design, intricate detail, and humor.

 

Courses Taught

Color Interactions: Theory and Practice

Learn how and why colors change, disappear, interact and vibrate. In this hands-on class using Expressionist painter Johannes Itten's Color Theory and exercises from Joseph Albers' Interaction of Color, learn to anticipate and solve color challenges and expand your color choices. Class uses Coloraid (a palette of 314 silkscreened papers) for direct exploration of color effects. Applicable to all media and all experience levels. Click here for supply list.

Visit the CE blog to learn more about Color Interactions.

Students who take this class are invited to participate in our Summer CE Student Art Show. Learn more here.

We 6:30pm–9pm Jan 17Feb 28 (7 sessions) $149.00
On Campus: CC Bldg, Room 3352 (Main Campus, Map)
9600 College Way N Seattle WA 98103
This class is already in session. Please call or email the Continuing Education office for possible late registration.
Winter Quarter