Date: Tuesdays, October 18-November 8, 2022
Time: 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Pacific Time/1:00-4:00 PM Eastern Time/6:00-9:00 PM London Time
Medium: Oil or acrylic
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Sunsets, backlit flower petals, sparkles on water, the radiance of a child’s cheek: nature is full of glowing moments created by light interacting with colour and texture. As artists, working with our coloured pastes, we often struggle to recreate that magical glow.
This workshop will focus on different methods for achieving luminous passages in paint. We’ll experiment with both tonal and colour approaches as well as different paint application techniques.
The workshop will encompass:
This will be a workshop for experimenting and exploring the many options that painters have for making something glow.
Our subjects will be both your own photos and simple still lifes that you set up in your individual studios. Experimenting with actual objects will help you to tackle photos with all of their built-in inadequacies.
Ingrid Christensen is an award winning painter and instructor who specializes in figurative and still life oil painting. Influenced by French and Russian Impressionism, her work is an exploration of light, color and dynamic mark making. A self-proclaimed “paint nerd”, Ingrid has written and featured in Winsor & Newton Masterclass videos, contributed articles to Artsy Magazine, and taught sold-out workshops in Canada and Mexico.
Ingrid lives in Calgary, Canada and has made her peace with snow. ingridchristensen.substack.com
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