Scott Gellatly - Landscape Inspired Abstraction Masterclass (Online); Wednesdays, July 1-29, 2020

This class is full! Spots available in Scott’s Thursday class. Find out more HERE.

Date: Wednesdays, July 1-29, 2020 (5-week course)
Time: 3:00-6:00 PM PST
Level: All
Medium: Oil or acrylics
Supply List: Scott Gellatly Supply List

Our live online classes are taught via Zoom. Students have the opportunity to interact with the instructor and other participants, watch live demos and receive feedback and instruction. You will have access to a class chat forum where you can share work, comment and ask questions. Once you’ve enrolled, you’ll receive instructions about how to access the class.

To take this class, you need a microphone and camera enabled computer OR an IPad /smart tablet OR a smart phone (android or IOS) and a strong internet connection.

This class continues exploring the concepts of abstraction and examines ways to take your painting in a new direction! It will focus on the process of pulling imagery from nature to emphasize the formal aspects of painting – color, composition, movement and space. Open to all oil or acrylic painters who are willing to let go, experiment and take chances! You do not need to have taken Scott’s previous class to sign up.

Scott will draw from the history of abstraction, utilizing plein air works in the studio and exploring different materials, tools and color palette strategies.

Each session will start with a presentation/demonstration, followed by a series of painting exercises. Students will be able to show their work online for individual and group discussions. They will also be of a private online forum where they can share their paintings, leave comments and ask questions. Recordings of each session will be available to download or stream each week.

Scott Gellatly holds a degree in painting and drawing from the University of Oregon and has exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States. A landscape painter at heart, Scott’s work has become more abstracted, with greater emphasis on pure color and gestural mark-making to evoke nature.

Scott is an Oregon native and lives in Portland with his family.

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