Using artist quality concentrated pigments painters will create a series of works produced on quality d’Arches paper.
- Combining a variety of related conventional and not so conventional materials, such as India ink, and watercolor crayons, pencils, pastels, and markers.
- Conventional and not so conventional techniques including wet into wet, wet into dry, veil painting, resist techniques, and collage.
- How to spark a visual idea, allow it to grow and metamorphose into an original, unique series of artwork.
Using artist quality commercial paints, discover the many personalities of acrylics. You will feel how this buttery, viscous medium behaves similarly to oil paint in its ability to thickly cover surface and graduate colors one into one another in the aid of representational 3-dimensional illusion. Find how, unlike oil paints, acrylics easily lend the ability to color-block, defining and controlling hard edges to further non-representational and graphic designs.
- Color Theory. Practice mingling pigments to mix and match, blend or bounce, and advance or recede.
- Two-Dimensional Design. For visual impact, become familiar with and manipulate the formal visual arts vocabulary.
Opaque rather than translucent, this flat watercolor medium is the choice of book and fashion illustrators, and graphic and textile designers. Create original artwork which then can be electronically scanned and then manipulated for publication.
- Designing impactful surface pattern.
- Illustrating a storyline.
- Devising a commercial product line.
|2-hour Private session||$ 75|
|2-hour Semi-private session||$ 60 each|
|2-hour Group||$ 50 each|