LIVE ZOOM WORKSHOPS

 

Visual Languages

These live Zoom workshops will bring you back to the roots, SEEING RIGHT!

You will soon realize how it will reflect your drawing and painting!

Towards the end of our 1 1/2 hr zoom session, I will give you the opportunity to share your results with a brief optional critique! 

Come with me on this journey and I will show you my routine! 

Once you've signed up, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with your unique zoom link.

OR

If you are a patron on my PATREON page with lots of other benefits,

you will have access to participate in my Live Zooms at no extra cost. It is included in your monthly tier!

Check it out!

Visual languages 2

Was Live on APRIL 10

PAINTING IN ACRYLICS

I will show you how I approach a portrait painting in Acrylics!

We will work from a photograph as a loose reference to get started. I will demonstrate how I lay down the basic shapes with a limited palette...I will show you how to layer and glaze without loosing the freshness of your work.

Materials:

 

Small acrylic primed canvas or board.

Acrylics: Burnt sienna, unbleached titanium, yellow ochre, blue (I use ultramarine or cerulean), burnt umber, any white and any black. Airbrush medium & Acrylic glazing liquid (gloss)

Purchase recording​ only!

Visual languages 4

Live on  June 5, 1- 2:30 pm MT  

Composition & Design

What makes a painting work?

No matter if you plan your painting, or if you jump right in and design on the go, Composition & Design matter!

For this Zoom lesson, we are looking at paintings and trying to come up with answers:

-why am I attracted to a certain painting?

-why some paintings work better than  others?

-how can I make my painting stronger?

Materials:

...they will be posted soon!

Purchase your ticket for the live zoom or just the recording (available after the live zoom)

Visual languages 3

Live on May 8, 1- 2:30 pm MT  PAINTING IN OILS

I will show you how I approach a portrait painting in Oils!

For this Zoom lesson, we are gathering different reference pictures, from magazines or personal pics to create a loose scene, I compare those figures to actors on a stage, who will be part of your screenplay! You will learn how to push color and how to create an interesting piece of art.

Materials:

Below is a list of the supplies that I will be using, however, you are always encouraged to use what you have on hand. 

-Brushes: Flats, Filbert and a Fan Brush

-Surface: Acrylic primed canvas or board

-Acrylics: Burnt sienna

-Oils: Zinc or Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Red Light, Alizarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Bice (Kings blue) Burnt Sienna, Lamp Black

Any painting medium (I use Liquin)

Any mineral spirit ( I use Gamsol)

Purchase your ticket for the live zoom! Recording will be available after the live zoom!

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