Date: Friday, December 2, 2022
Time: 2:00-3:30PM Pacific Time/5:00-6:30 PM Eastern Time/10:00-11:30 PM London Time
Painting realistically is part observation, part design. We want to be responsive to what’s in front of us (the motif/subject), but that doesn’t mean we want to paint a laundry list of everything we see or to make every element in a painting equally important.
Join Tracy Everly as she shares some thoughts about the role prioritizing and subordinating play in her own work. She will demonstrate painting two different studies from the same motif, with the idea of creating two different pathways for the viewer.
Tracy Everly is an award-winning painter. She has studied occasionally at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, but she is also largely self-taught, having put together her own educational path held together by dogged determination and love of art.
Her teaching objective is to create a positive educational, empowering students to take risks, ask questions and pursue their own individual artistic path. Her method involves sharing her own artistic process fully and openly, aiming to help students build tangible foundational skills and to offer guidance about materials, but she also focuses on mindset and thought process as important aspects of creating art. tracyeverly.com
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