Date: Mondays, October 3 & 10, 2022 (no class September 26)
Time: 11:00 AM-1:30 PM Pacific Time/2:00-4:30 PM Eastern Time/7:00-9:30 PM London Time)
Medium: Oil or acrylic
Blooms get all the attention in a still life or flower painting. But there is nothing like enjoying the transparency in the glass vessels that contain all of those blooms. But glass is often overdone, with too many strokes, too much paint applied with a heavy hand, too much white paint, all of which results in a flat, weighty surface that resembles ceramics, not see-through glass! Learn how to paint less in order to create more: more light, more depth, more anchoring weight, more delicacy. And, don’t worry–we will be painting plenty of flowers along the way!
Class One: simplified glass shapes
Class Two: cut vessels and reflected light and color
Amy Brnger, from Eliot, Maine, has painted still life, flowers, interiors and landscape for as long as she has been an artist. She enjoys painting flowers from her garden, interior views of her home, and forgotten, overlooked landscape views.
Amy attended the University of New Hampshire for painting and then earned degrees in counseling and adventure. She now works as a full time artist. Amy won an Elizabeth Greenshields award twice, and has completed public and private commissions. She is represented by galleries in Maine, New Hampshire, Cape Cod, and Virginia. In addition to painting, she has a paperworks business and teaches painting workshops nationally, internationally and online. amybrnger.com
This class is no longer available for registration because it was held in the past. Please view our Online Course Catalog to see current classes.