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Judy McCabe Jarvis
Thursdays 6pm-9pm

Learn to paint reflections, shapes of bottles and make a magical still life of your favorite libations. Instructor will bring plenty of props to paint from. If students wish to bring their own props they may. Students will work directly from these props creating a fun and whimsical tabletop still life.

Open to Acrylic, Oil, and Water-Based Oil.

Pre-Registration is Required. Click the button below to Sign Up!

Thursdays (3 weeks)

1/19, 1/26, 2/2.


Level: All Levels

Age: 18+

Class Fee: $24 for Members per class; $30 for Non-Members per class

(Membership information is available HERE)

Supplies: Student should bring their own supplies. Click the link below.

Meet your Instructor...

Judy McCabe Jarvis

Throughout her decades-spanning professional career in the Greater Philadelphia Area, Judith McCabe Jarvis has established herself as one the region’s foremost painterly realists, depicting the familiar subject matter of the landscape through abstracted lens.

Having developed her craft since early childhood, she graduated from Tyler School of Art at Temple University with a BFA in Painting, spending 5 months of her education studying the Masters in Rome, Italy.

Inspired by color and the environmental diversity of the area surround her home, she enjoys high intensity hues in the most unexpected places on her canvas and feels especially rewarded while plein air painting. Challenged by nature – picking bugs off the canvas, wresting high winds and a boiling sun—plein air allows her to connect both creatively and physically to her subject.

Not limited to the land, however, she is also a student of still life. Attracted to the glistening reflections of bottles and glass, the intimate beauty of a tea cup and the organic beauty of fruits and vegetables, still life offers its own challenges—negotiating the light, subject and perspective all within her quiet of her studio.

Whether it be the rolling hills of the Brandywine Valley or the delicate grouping of gin bottles, Judith McCabe Jarvis’s art aims t capture and slow the viewer so they might look at a small slice of life and see something more, whether it be wit, beauty or moody light.

Classes Policy

All fees associated with classes are non-refundable once the class has started.  In the event a registrant needs to change or cancel their registration, the registrant should use the link provided in the confirmation email to reschedule to a future class.  If the student needs to cancel for a refund prior to the start of class you must contact the Beach Art Center as far in advance as possible. Any agreement to cancel or transfer a registration after the class has taken place is made at the sole discretion of the instructor.  

Beach Art Center reserves the right to cancel classes if minimums are not met or for any other reason relevant to business needs. In the event of a cancellation initiated by Beach Art Center, the registrant will be rescheduled or will receive a full refund.  Beach Art Center does not hold credits on account for future use.

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