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.
The Washington Art Association & Gallery invites you to celebrate the Sculpture Walk 2018 in Costume! Come as your favorite Sculptor (living or otherwise) or a piece of sculpture.
Featuring Swing Jazz Band, The Swing Vipers
Cocktails & Hors d'Oeuvres. Prizes for Best Costumes!
To purchase tickets, PLEASE VISIT OUR WAA SHOP and make your selection from the following levels.
Giacometti Young Art Patron - $50: Single ticket to WAA Costume Soirée Benefit. Only available for guests 30 years and younger
Rodin Art Patron - $75: Single ticket to WAA Costume Soirée Benefit
Botero Art Patrons - $135: Two tickets to WAA Costume Soirée Benefit
Brancusi Art Patron - $250: Single pass to a WAA Speakers Series event. One free companion ticket to WAA Costume Soirée Benefit
BourgeoisArt Patron -$500: Private docent tour of WAA Sculpture Walk. Mention in social media event postings
Donatello Art Patron - $1000: Open Studio tour with select WAA Sculpture Walk artist. Listing on WAA website
Michelangelo Art Patron - $2500: Four tickets to WAA Costume Soirée Benefit. Listing in printed marketing materials and on WAA website
All tickets include admission to cocktails, live music, hors d’oeuvres and dance party. Prizes for Best Costumes!
Your tax-deductible gift enables the Washington Art Association & Gallery to fulfill its mission as a nonprofit organization to enrich our community through education, exhibitions and special events. Your generous support directly funds studio classes taught by distinguished faculty, innovative exhibitions and initiatives such as WAA Sculpture Walk 2018, and our annual community gatherings.
Let’s build on 66 years of cultural involvement in our community and create a vibrant future for WAA!
directed by Phil Grabsky
Co-Sponsored with Gunn Memorial Library
Described by Picasso and Matisse as the father of us all, Paul Cézanne is considered one of the greatest artists of all time. During his life Cézanne painted almost a thousand works, two hundred of which were portraits. Cézanne - Portraits of a Life is based on a never-to-be-repeated exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery, London; Musee d'Orsay, Paris; and Washington’s National Gallery of Art.
The film provides a rare understanding of the significance and genius of Cézanne and a key to a true appreciation of 20th century art. Directed by Phil Grabsky. 1h 30 min. Visit exhibitiononscreen.com
Exhibition on Screen Film Series at the Gunn Memorial Library. Co-sponsored by the Washington Art Association & Gallery.
A giant artistic force and universally loved, discover why Michelangelo is without a doubt one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance and perhaps of all time. Spanning his 89 years, Michelangelo: Love and Death takes a cinematic journey from the print and drawing rooms of Europe, through the great chapels and museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican to explore the tempestuous life of Michelangelo. Through expert commentary and Michelangelo’s own words, this film takes a fresh look at an enigmatic man whose life is celebrated in every mark and every stroke he made. 1h 31 min. Visit exhibitiononscreen.com
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Materials are extra for some classes and workshops.
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