|Frank Guida, BFA, holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Illinois. He has been a drawing teacher for more than 25 years, working at the Pelham Art Center and for the New Rochelle School's Continuing Education Program, as well as instructing art seminars for the Westchester Parks and Recreation Department.|
Classes by this instructor
Each spring, New York trees blossom in abundance—from simple oaks and maples, to exuberant dogwood, crabapples, and magnolias. Instructor Frank Guida takes you en plein air to draw ethereal drifts of blossoms on the bough, and develop your skill at creating depth and texture. Use graphite's more...