with Jack Rosenberg
November 12-16, 2018 Morning and afternoon, 10 sessions in all. An immersive painting experience.
Mornings: Exercises and experiments to explore color, composition, concepts, etc.
Afternoons: Individual projects.. Composition, value, color, mark-making will be discussed.
Aside from demonstrations and lectures, all instruction and critiques will be on an individual basis. Students are welcome to leave their paintings and materials in the studio for the duration of the week.
9:00-12:30 Experiments & Exercises.
Students arrive by 9am to setup and mix paints and to receive instruction or demonstration before the class begins at 9:30.
1:30-5:00 Individual Projects.
Individual projects for each student. Same project for 5 days. Development of concept, working from photographs or other reference materials.
Afternoon students return by 1:30 to setup and mix paints, and prepare for afternoon session.
The workshop covers the issues of composition, drawing, values and color through the vehicle of making a painting in oil. Students will create a uniquely individual projects developed in a step by step approach: selection of material, composition, color selection and painting.
Students also learn about supports for painting, the fundamentals of color mixing, the use of mediums, the sight-size method of drawing, and the use of basic tools for painting.
Students are welcome to leave their paintings and materials in the studio for the duration of the week.
For more information about our classes and to register for a class, you may also telephone us at 860.868.2878 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuition must be paid in full one week prior to the first class. Students are guaranteed a place in class only after full payment is received.
Materials are extra for some classes and workshops.
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