Rick Fox - Seeing Color (Online Class Recording)

Date recorded: Friday, July 23, 2021

Deepen your sensitivity to color in this 1-1/2-hour presentation with Maine artist Rick Fox. Through demos and examples of color in historic paintings, discover how cultural conditioning often prevents us from “seeing” and learn how to recognize relative relationships that will help you build personal connections to color.


Rick Fox
is a painter who is fascinated by perception and the challenge and complexity of the translation of the “world” to a surface. He lives in southern Maine and has been seduced by color and at the moment his primary practice is plein air painting. Rick is currently represented by Gallery NAGA, Boston, and JP Art Gallery, London.  In 2019 Rick was a Ballinglen Artist Foundation Painting Fellow. And in 2018 he was awarded two residencies: Playa Artist Residency (Summerlake, Oregon) and 2nd Annual International Plein Air Symposium, sponsored by the Mark Rothko Center (Semenova, Latvia).  Rick has been teaching painting and drawing full-time at the University of New Hampshire since 2010.  

There is no Zoom link for this event. You will be given a link to watch the recording of this class. You’ll be able watch the recording as many times as you would like for one month.

$40.00 for 1 month

About Our Past Technique Takeaways:

Discover specific art techniques that you can ‘take away’ from some of your favorite artists and apply to your own work. This one and a half hour recorded presentation will showcase a process that the artist incorporates in their daily art practice.  Instruction will be through a combination of lecture and demonstration. 

You’ll be able watch the recording as many times as you would like for one month. 

A link to the Class Group page, where you will find the recording, will be included in your purchase confirmation and on your purchase confirmation email.  You must be signed in to your Winslow Art Center account to access the recording. (There is no Zoom link for this event as it has already taken place)