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Drawing Class (1440 pixels)


As of January 2022, Membership is required for adult classes.
We offer oil painting, acylic painting, life drawing, pastel, and fundamentals.
Classes are weekly courses.


Mondays with Karen McCauley

Intermediate/Advanced Painting

All mediums, working from photos or still life set ups
MONDAYS   9:00-12:00,  1:00 - 4:00

Next class begins Jan 15,  through July 29, 2024.

Fall class scheduled to begin Sept 9 - Nov 25, 2024.

Karen focuses on teaching the student at their level focusing on composition and design in oil and acrylic, using the students photo reference or a still life setup.

Contact instructor to inquire about registering for class:

Ph:  830-570-0131


Karen is an artist and teacher who began her education in art by studying traditional oil techniques from nationally known artists.  She learned application of glazing in the style of the old masters, also alla prima techniques.  Realizing the importance of a strong foundation in fundamentals, Karen studied drawing, design, color theory and perspective drawing.  Anxious to expand her knowledgein Fine Arts, she quickly discovered mediums of watercolor, pastel, printmaking, and acrylics.  Karen teaches classes and workshops, encouraging her students, giving them the tools for theor own self expression and creative growth.


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Wednesdays with Marion Field Koch

 Intermediate Painting in Oils and Pastels
 Marion Field Koch, BFA

 12 Weeks; June 5th - July 31st, 2024

  9 am -12:30 pm

 Cost:  $340 per semester

 Focus of this class will be on capturing light on form using the elements of drawing, values, color effects, composition           and design.  How to create the painting that tells the story of your vision.   

Contact Marion to register: or text (210) 326-0346



Coppini Kids

WEDNESDAYS 4:00-5:30


This is a fine arts program for the young artist ages 6 and up.  The Coppini Kids art students will be taught the basics of art, including working with pencil, paint, pastel, and clay.  At the end of each 12-week semester, they will have a show in the upstairs gallery, displaying their art and projects.

Wednesday Winter Class Begins  Jan 24th - Apr 10th, 2024

Tuition:  $500 + $50 Supply Fee

Includes an artist reception and exhibition at the end of the semester (April 14, 2024, 2 - 4 pm)

NO CLASS on MARCH 13      Make up Day:  April 10

Contact Karen McCauley to register:  830-570-0131


Instructor:  Yooli Gomez

Ms Gomez has been teaching in a variety of mediums for over 20 years to students of all ages.  Most recently, she has served as an art teacher at Fusion Three Studio, a private art studio and gallery.  At the studio, she taught acrylic, watercolor, oil, and porcelain painting to both children and adults.  She studied child development in San Antonio and has been involved in painting courses around the world.  She has five children and two of her youngest are seniors at St. Mary's Hall.


Thursdays with Roberta Buckles

Roberta Buckles, MFA

Beginning painting in Oils & Acrylics for New and Newer painters
Thursday mornings 9:30am -1:00 pm, 12 weeks from Jan 18- Apr 11
Cost:  $340 for the semester

Intermediate Painting in Oils and Acrylics
Thursday afternoons 11:00am - 2:30 pm, 12 weeks from Jan 18- Apr 11
Cost:  $340 for the semester

Roberta focuses on all of the fundamentals essential for painting and much more. This includes brushwork, composition and drawing issues, all aspect of color and color theory, value decisions, materials, developing your voice in painting, etc. 

Please click on the "For more Information" link below.

Please call or text Roberta to register at 210-557-5383



Friday Evenings with ANDREI RENTERIA


Figure Drawing (360 pixels)Friday Evenings 6:00pm - 8:30pm, 12 weeks from March 22 - June 7th 

Cost:  $440 for members

This course offers an exploration into the fundamentals of drawing the human figure in a procedural approach. Students will explore how to draw the gesture clearly and learn to contain the forms that make up the human body into basic volumes (i.e. spheres, boxes, ellipses and cylinders). 

Towards the end of the course, students will concentrate on specific landmarks of anatomy and useful facts about the human body, in order to develop a strong systematic approach that frees them creatively, while adding complexity and new level of believability to their drawings. 

Students will work from live models and use simple drawing materials. Experience in drawing is recommended.



Contact Andrei Renteria to pay for class, Text: (210)992-4328 or email: 

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