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Personalized, Individual Instruction - Plein Air Landscape Painting - 3 hour session(s)
Plein Air Workshops are arranged as follows:
4 Day - Small Group (6 to 10) En Plein Air Landscape Painting Workshop
Beginning with the fundamentals over the course of four days you will form good practice routines of compositional drawing and design that’ll help you to develop your ability to gauge proportions, measure shape and angles and explore the effects of light. Students will be covering color tonal range (values), saturation and brushwork. You will discover a confident approach to landscape painting using your creative thinking. Materials and techniques will be covered including various effects, color combinations, texture and edges. Focus will be on individual needs. guiding you through everything you need to know about Plein Air painting! You'll get hands on generous one-on-one instruction and leave this workshop with full a grasp of basic principles, and a better understanding of how to apply them in a consistent way.
2-day - Small Group (6 to 10) En Plein Air Landscape Painting Workshop
Perception, the art of seeing, is the underlying foundation for this class. Train your eye to observe shapes, proportions and values and relay them to the canvas.
The workshop group will meet at an outdoor location to spend the afternoon with Stacy. He will begin with a painting demonstration in the morning and then students will paint alongside him.
Day one will be about canvas surface preparation, Notan observation, composition, drawing and tonal block-in. As students are working on the early stages of their painting Stacy will make the rounds to observe each artists painting and comment with helpful suggestions and guidance. After a short break in the afternoon, students will re-group with Stacy to ask questions, talk about the paintings they're working on, discuss challenges of painting in plein air, and more!
Day two will be structurally the same as day one but the instruction will be all about color and brush work.
Location: Sussex County, DE
Basic workshop materials list:
• Portable easel
• Paper Towels
• Mineral spirits (no turpentine please)
• Brushes (a variety is good to achieve unique and varied brushstrokes)
• Paint: At a minimum bring a tube of red, yellow, blue and Titanium White. At a maximum bring Cadmium Red Medium, Alizarin Crimson, CadmiumYellow Light, Yellow Ochre, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Blue, and Titanium White. Any brand will do.
• Canvas (8x10, 9x12 or 11x14 panels are fine)
• Palette knife
• Trash bag
10% discount to bona fide art students and to previous students of Stacy Rogers’ instruction classes/workshops.
Prices available upon request