What could be more delightful than painting Easton on a beautiful spring evening. Learn how to infuse your pastel painting with dramatic light and color even when the hour is getting late. While doing a demonstration, Katie will guide you through the process of creating contrasts in warm and cool colors while designing strong compositions. The students will learn to set up their own drawing and find the lightest and darkest values in the scene, then how to take colors down in intensity as darkness falls. Continue with a new painting on the second Tuesday class or begin a new work. (Sundown is 7:38 p.m.) This class occurs off site.
Instructor: Katie Cassidy
Tuesdays, April 18 and 25
Cost: $85 Members, $102 Non-Members
To register click HERE.
April 18 - April 25, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
A plein air easel or you may borrow a studio easel from the Museum
small sketch pad
vine charcoal or a pencil for studies
soft pastels (not oil pastels) – set of 60 or more. Rembrandt sets of half-sticks are a good basic brand
roll of Viva paper towels
Papers or ground – Canson Mi-teintes paper in dark colors or black, or dark boards from Pastelbord, or dark/black Art Spectrum paper. Recommended sizes 8x 10, 9 x 12 or 11 x 14