Instructor: Julia Rogers
jrogers251@gmail.com
2-day workshop: February 23 and 24
Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
Cost: $175 Members, $210 Non-members
Click HERE to register.


Exploring color relationships built on strong value structures and shapes will allow the painter to capture his/her “responses to nature” on canvas. Because color is the most personal and expressive of all elements in a landscape, understanding the color wheel is extremely important to achieving the feelings of time and place in a landscape painting. This class will explore ways to reap the benefits of good values and color choices for landscapes, including smart use of color opposites and color harmonies to get the viewer’s attention. Personalized instruction and helpful critiques will be provided to accommodate each student’s painting style. Students should bring their own landscape photos with which they have a strong personal connection.

Dates:

February 23 - February 24, 2019

Time

10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Class Schedule:

Saturday & Sunday, 10 am - 3 pm

Class Information:

PAINTS

I use mostly Gamblins but there are comparables in all brands
Recommended:
Titanium White
Burnt Sienna or Transparent Earth red Alizarin crimson.
Cadmium Yellow (medium)
Cadmium lemon yellow
Cadmium Red
Raw Sienna
Ultramarine Blue
Optional colors:
Raw Sienna
Cobalt Blue
Gamblind Radiant Turquoise Gamblins Chromatic Black Gamblins Portland Gray medium Torrit gray

BRUSHES
Flats/ Filberts:
Robert Simmons Signet or Rosemary (suggested makes) 8,6,4,2 OR in between
Rounds:
Princeton, (suggested make) 2,0 for fine details
Some softer brushes for washes
Palette knife
Rigger
Sketching pencil or Carbon pencil 3b-6b

MEDIUMS
Gamsol for brush cleaning Optional:
Solvent Free Gel

SURFACES
Canvas or boards no smaller than 9x12 Sketchbook.

PALETTE
Paper or wood

REFERENCE
Bring your own reference on an Ipad, laptop or printed out. NOT on cell phones, please. I will print out some extras.
* Most of these supplies can be found at Ben Franklins in Easton!