NEW! Becoming a Colorist: Landscapes
Karen Edelmann $220
"Colour and I are one. I am a painter." Paul Klee, 1914.
Color applied or withheld, color used to describe or to camouflage, color intense
or subdued—artists have always had a love affair with color. The goal of this series of three, two day, workshops is to offer new ways of thinking about it, understanding it and discovering how imaginative color choices can enhance and invigorate your work.
Karen Edelmann is a color-centric painter. See her work at KWEdelmann.com or follow her on Instagram at k.williams.edelmann and Facebook at Karen Williams Edelmann.
This is a two-day workshop that re-introduces the painter to color and suggests ways to create landscape paintings that enhance and dramatize, rather than imitate, nature. Day one will prepare the surface, explore alternate color palettes, color mixing and then rough in the view. Day two will develop the painting working with a palette knife and various tools and/or brushes. Traditional or water-based oil paint is recommended. References will be supplied and a materials list will be sent upon registration.
THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL
F78 2 sessions Fri., Nov. 9 and Sat., Nov. 10 9:00am-4:00pm (with a one hour break at noon)
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