November 2018: Texture, brushstroke and color in Monet’s painting

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.

 

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Color through Painting

Recent paintings from students in Color through Painting  

January-February course with 6 classes begins on January 12.

(See class descriptions under Classes | Cours)

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Jessica Travis_acrylic on paper_Kansas Landscape

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Mary Lostak_acrylic on canvas_study from Cezanne

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Jill Brewer_acrylic on canvas board_Boats

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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.