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The Art in Painting: Learning to See - A Workshop  

Using classroom still life, photographic images, and old master reproductions, we will explore relationship forms and the function of color and shapes in articulating pictorial space. You will be creating at least one complete work of art, and learn how to draw as well! Note: Supplies needed. See below.

 

AH436 The Art in Painting: Learning to See - A Workshop
Presenter(s): Thelma Appel
   
Location: Room 102
Main Building: 99 East Main Street Waterbury, CT 06702  
   
1:45 PM - 3:45 PM Sessions: 4 Th
1/11/2018 - 2/1/2018 Fee: $30.00
*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 (gloss) 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), a soft eraser, mixing palette and sponge. Recommended Retailers: Michael’s.
 

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