7th Annual Winter Challenge: A Painting A Day for 30 Days! with Diane DuBois Mullaly
All mediums, all levels of experience. Based on the philosophy of the Daily Painting movement; creating one small artwork each day is a great way to loosen up, improve quickly, discover new concepts, and develop the discipline to get into the studio every day. The depths of winter are a great time to take on this challenge! Paintings are typically 6”x 6” and can be any subject, painted from life or from photos. The first class introduces this concept and suggests a variety of approaches to it; then the instructor and students all paint together in the Museum’s studio. Over the following four weeks, each enrolled artist paints one painting a day at home; then on Thursday brings the current week’s work to class for an individual critique and group discussion. The last week, ALL paintings are reviewed in class, and the painters are able to see their growth and progress. Don’t miss it! Coffee and snacks provided. Minimum 6, Maximum 12.
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