Students will learn new ways of looking at one subject by making three paintings of the same subject. First one, realistic. Second, expressionistic. Third, abstract. The instructor will guide students in taking a subject apart by referring to masters in art history who continue to inform modern artists. This class is for intermediate to advanced painters and designed to complement the Richard Diebenkorn exhibit.
January 15 - February 19, 2019
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Tuesday, 1 - 3:30 pm
• Any portable art materials that you have, except oils: Graphite pencils, charcoal, ink and brush, color medium/s of your choice -- colored pencil, pastel, oil pastel, watercolor, acrylic.
• 1 sheet of 22x30 paper (or thereabouts – 22x30 is a standard size)
o Note: throughout the 6 weeks, you will use about 6 sheets of 22x30 paper
o (Ben Franklin has choices) Sturdy watercolor paper is always a good option
o I will have some sheets of paper for you to purchase from me for $4.00/sheet 22x30 Folio paper