This workshop is for you! Whether you are a first time painter or a pro, get your summer painting skills grounded in simplified, well-designed shapes & correct color-values! Learn how to see patterns in the landscape, & how to give your work a sense of visual poetry.
There will be an emphasis on the use of spectral light, and how the French Impressionists used this to convey the feeling of outdoor light. You will create 2 paintings per day, and several small studies. Supply List provided upon registration.
Dates: Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21, 2013 Time: 9am – 5pm Location: Varies / Meeting and Class Locations sent following registration Materials Fee: List sent following registration Class Fee: $150 / Harwood Members $135
To register, please click here. This class is taught by Michelle Chrisman, through the Harwood Art School. Please email the instructor if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
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