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The Art in Painting: Learning to See - A Workshop  

In this hands-on workshop, learn to observe and analyze the basic structure of all forms by drawing and painting on canvas. We will use still-life, photography, examples from old masters, and when possible, work outdoors. Learn to mix primary colors and their complementaries to achieve variations in values, the function of volumes and patterns, and create an original dynamic painting.

 

AH436 The Art in Painting: Learning to See - A Workshop  
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Presenter(s): Thelma Appel
Location: Room 102
1:45 PM - 3:15 PM Sessions: 10
9/6/2017 - 11/8/2017 Fee: $56.00
*Please Note: There are required supplies for this course. Acrylic Paints: For best results, acrylics should be opaque (full-bodied) and good quality! Colors: Titanium white, Mars or Lamp black, Burnt umber, Cadmium yellow (medium), Magenta, Alizarin crimson, Cobalt blue, Thalo green, Sap green, Acrylic (mat) medium. Brushes: 1/2” flat edge, 1/2” filbert, 1/2” pointed, 3/4” flat (for background wash and larger areas). Canvases: 12” x 16” or larger. Charcoals: Assortment of soft and stiffer sticks (5B or 6B pencil) and a soft eraser. Recommended Retailers: Michael’s.
 

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