Here And There: Deep Space in Landscapes

Barbara Noah is a visual artist who teaches painting, drawing, mixed media, and 2D/3D interdisciplinary arts, including both representational and abstract work. She has taught at the University of Washington, Cornish College of the Arts, UCLA, and Cal State University, Long Beach. Her art practice has included work in several media (digital imaging, painting, print, photography, sculpture, installations, and public art). She has exhibited in venues such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Artists’ Space and The New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the City Museum in Nakhodka, Russia, the Shenzhen Art Institute Gallery in China, and the Biennial Exhibition of La Jeune Gravure Contemporaine-Paris in France. Her work has been published in ARTnews and Art in America. Barbara is the recipient of Artist Trust’s THA Grant and a Pollock/Krasner Grant. She received her B.A in Art from Mills College and an MFA from Pratt Institute in New York.
Saturday, Sunday
9:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
12/9-12/10
$215
Gage Capitol Hill
All Levels Welcome
In this class, we will explore the techniques used to create a sense of deep space in painting landscapes. We will look at the work of other artists who have painted landscapes and study the principles of atmospheric perspective. We will also discuss methods for creating shallow or deep space in painting. You will then paint landscape(s) from life using your choice of either oils or acrylics. Locations will be weather dependent. Bring sunscreen!

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