Workshops

The Sexy World of Color: Let’s Mix Things Up! (Virtual Workshop)

Course Starts: 11/9/20

Course Ends: 11/18/20

Day/Time: Monday & Wednesday, 6pm-8pm

Location: Virtual

Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor

Tuition: $150

Learn how to harness the power of color in your paintings! In this class we will cover everything you need to know about color and how it works within your paintings. Marc will also discuss other painting fundamentals including drawing, value, materials, and much more.

Each session will begin with a 30 minute lecture and slide presentation followed by a 90 minute demonstration by the instructor. Students are encouraged to ask questions during the lecture or demonstration.

Students will then be given a homework assignment of creating one painting at the end of each session. These paintings should be emailed to Marc prior to the next class session.

Subsequent class sessions will begin with a 15-30 minute discussion and critique of the students’ paintings. This will be followed by another 90 minute demonstration.

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The Sexy World of Color Virtual Workshop

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$150.00

 

Painting the Light: Virtual Workshop

Lady in Waiting 24x24 $1800
Lady in Waiting 24×24 $1800

Course Starts: 12/8/20

Course Ends: 12/9/20

Day/Time: 9am-11am

Location: Virtual-https://whitebeararts.org/2020/11/painting-the-light-a-virtual-landscape-painting-workshop/

Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor

Tuition: $150 Member/$187 Non-Member

Learn how to paint beautiful landscapes with authentic light from the comfort of your home! In this class, we will discuss the fundamentals of landscape painting as well as more advanced topics like color theory and how to paint believable lighting effects.

Day one of the workshop will begin with a 30 minute lecture and slide presentation followed by a 90 minute demonstration by the instructor. Students are encouraged to ask questions during the lecture and demonstration.

Students will then be given a homework assignment of creating one landscape painting either from life (en plein air) or from a photograph.

Day two of the course will begin with a 15-30 minute discussion and critique of the students’ paintings. This will be followed by a 90 minute demonstration highlighting any questions or issues the students encountered during their homework assignment.

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