Date: Friday, July 14, 2023
Time: 2:00-3:30PM Pacific Time/5:00-6:30 PM Eastern Time/10:00-11:30 PM London Time
Medium: All – instructor demo will be done in oil
Take a journey between two worlds of representation and abstraction! In this Technique Takeaway, Anton Nowels will look at the work of Joan Mitchell, Claude Monet, Ed Mell, and Maynard Dixon and explore how to design paintings that blend both the geometric and expressively abstract forms.
Strengthen your compositions and find more dynamic designs in your work! Great for all skill levels.
Anton Nowels is an accomplished artist whose work has been been exhibited on a national level. Nowels is a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society (AIS) and recently won a Landscape Painting award at the Oil Painters of America (OPA) National Exhibition. This year, he participated in the Brinton Museum’s Residency program in Big Horn, Wyoming.
As a workshop instructor at Scottsdale Artists’ School, Winslow Art Center, and the Tubac School of Fine Art, Anton teaches and explores color theory approaches employed by Charles Hawthorne, Henry Hensche, Sergei Bongart, and Josef Albers. Nowels paints a variety of subjects and experiments with painting techniques. The Maynard Dixon Legacy Museum in Mt. Carmel, Utah, represents Anton’s work and has welcomed him as a guest artist at their Maynard Dixon Country events.
Nowels has studied both contemporary and fine art. At Scottsdale Artists’ School, he earned scholarships to study with Ned Mueller, Camille Przewodek, and Romel de la Torre. At Arizona State University, he studied Interdisciplinary Art and explored contemporary art practices, including performance, installation, and video.
Currently, Nowels is working on a series of large-scale paintings that focus on both representation and abstract impressionism. antonnowels.com
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