During three sessions, participants studied Monet’s texture, brushstroke and color from the water lily paintings, then used that inspiration to paint from a still life.
Students: Kate Miller and Mary Lostak.
Our next class features Matisse: his ink/brush drawings and the paintings they inspired. Starting on Monday, January 21st, 2019. Look for information here.
Monochrome acrylic on canvas with glazed color from a still life. Paintings by Mary Lostak and Noor Althani.
Classes begin March 7, 2016
PAINTING STUDIO | Tuesday afternoons from 14h00 to 16h30
An open painting studio for adults. Instruction includes techniques in acrylic and combined media, color and composition, and resources for creative inspiration.
DRAWING STUDIO | Wednesday morning from 10h00 to 12h30
A morning drawing class for all levels. Instruction includes rendering light and shade, cross-hatching, using value to create volume and strong composition, expressive line and texture. Contemporary as well as traditional approaches to subjects including still-life, portrait, figure drawing, and photography as well as abstract image making.
SATURDAY MORNING PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS | April 2, May 21, June 25
An introductory workshop to the art of monotype printmaking. Class meets at La Ruche in the 15th arrondissement, from 11h00 to 16h00 (with an hour’s break for lunch at 13h00). Price is 100 euros, all materials supplied.
Registration link here for WICE members | Others please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Recent paintings from students in Color through Painting
January-February course with 6 classes begins on January 12.
(See class descriptions under Classes | Cours)
Jessica Travis_acrylic on paper_Kansas Landscape
Mary Lostak_acrylic on canvas_study from Cezanne
Jill Brewer_acrylic on canvas board_Boats
Katie Tynes at work on a study from Vlaminck
Watercolor studies preceeded these paintings. Some students had experience, others none. Photographs were sources for Jill Brewer’s “Boats” and Jessica Travis’ “Kansas Landscape”. Katie Tynes and Mary Lostak chose to work from paintings by Vlaminck and Cezanne.