Stressed? Need to decompress? We’ve got what you’re looking! Our nonstop line-up of weekend workshops in October and November will let you relax, unwind and have fun. Maybe you’ve always wanted to try something new — like printmaking or sculpting — but didn’t know where to begin? Get started on the weekend! And, with so much to choose from, you can explore more than one >>
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Learn how to create and work with a sketch “mannequin” (not the wooden kind), then learn to accentuate the figure to complement the gesture’s mood and narrative.
Capture highly detailed scenes and learn how to create contour drawings, then add grisaille underpaintings, and watercolor glazes.
Leaves are always a challenge for the botanical artist, but their colors and forms give us an opportunity to play with a variety of methods.
Immerse into still-life painting: learn how to start a painting with a color wash and develop the painting with brush handling, color, and texture through observation.
Learn how to draw animals and bring them to life with watercolor.
Learn the processes and skills needed to energize and make the surface of your paintings complex, nuanced and rich with meaning.
You’ll learn to analyze and deconstruct images in order to put them back together to produce linocut prints.
Are you interested in taking your artistic skills to the next level? Learning from well-known artists? Enjoy our Weeklong Workshops to explore new techniques in painting and drawing with the support of like-minded peers.
Other November Workshops:
Extend your painting arsenal to encompass and incorporate non-traditional media and techniques.
Create small watercolor studies, exploring concepts of balance and contrast, using value, scale, color, intensity, and texture as variables.
Learn the processes and skills needed to energize and make the surfaces of your paintings complex, nuanced and rich with meaning.
Work in oil paints and learn how to capture the most essential qualities of a portrait by painting broadly but accurately with the Alla Prima technique.