Impressionist Portrait Painting- 2 Day Workshop
This weekend workshop will utilize Maryland Hall's north-light studio classrooms to explore portrait painting with an emphasis on color perception. A fundamental challenge in portraiture is how to paint a beautiful , natural looking flesh color. This aspect of portraiture will be studied along with proportion, light and shade,and anatomy. We will have four models, so everyone will get a good spot. Students will complete a finished portrait in the workshop.($45 model fee collected at first class).
New Session Starts Monday, February 6
This class will explore the dynamic use of color to create the illusion of light in oil painting. Ebersberger's decade of study with renowned American Impressionist Henry Hensche, this method of color study is designed for beginners as well as advanced students of painting. Students will learn to perceive and paint with a full-spectrum palette of color, giving their paintings greater luminosity and brilliance. Still life set-ups will be used in Maryland Hall's unique north-light studios, and outdoor still life , when weather permits.
Classical Figure Drawing
New Session Starts Thursday,
This class will cover all aspects of drawing the figure realistically and expressively in vine charcoal. Working from the live model, students will gain mastery over portraying the beauty of the human form. Topics of study will include anatomy, proportion, and rendering the figure in light and shade. Individual attention, group critiques and demonstrations will make this anexciting and informative class. Illustrated handouts and copies of master drawings and will be given out for take-homestudy at each class session. A $45 model fee will be collected at first class. (This class is suitable for high school students building a portfolio for college submissions.)
Start Date: February 2, 2017
Start Date: March 9, 2017