2020 COLORED PENCIL WORKSHOPS
FEB 28 & 29 - MINEOLA, TX - Mineola League of the Arts - FULL
MARCH 25 - DEMO - PARIS, TX - PARIS Jr College Art Dept
APRIL 8 - PARIS, TX - Beginning Colored Pencil
PARIS Jr College Art Dept - 10 To 4
APRIL 24 - 25 - TEXARKANA, TX - Colored Pencil on Drafting Film Contact: Jeannie Edwards @903-824-8152
SEPT 1 & 2 - HOT SPRINGS, ARK - Brushstrokes Art Club
Contact: Rita Turner - 903-814-3774 - email@example.com
Colored Pencil: Painting With A Dry Medium
The emphasis of this workshop is on burnishing, but not in the traditional sense. The burnishing will be done with a "dry" brush. The two most important things that will be learned are, one, when a sufficient amount of pigment has been applied to make it possible to burnish, and two, how to make the brush work.
Using a paint brush not only blends the pigment but also intensifies the color, producing a rich, luminous work of art which will make the viewer wonder if it really is pencil or if it's paint. Reference material will be provided along with the image printed on the paper.
Colored Pencil on UArt Sandpaper
The emphasis of this workshop is on the paper and is designed to give the colored pencil artists an opportunity to explore the possibilities of a new and different surface.
The student will work on UArt Sanded Pastel Paper, a fine artists grade sandpaper which optimizes the workability and blend-ability of the colored pencil. Reference material will be provided along with the image printed on the sandpaper.
The Portrait in French Gray
The objective of this workshop is to create a portrait using Prismacolors French Gray's. Since the focus of this workshop is a pallet made up of an assortment of grays each student will complete nine steps on a value scale beginning with a small amount of black. The black will be gradated into the 90%. At the other end of the scale French Gray 10% will be gradated into white. Since the French Gray pallet only comes in a 90%, 70%, 50%, 30%, 20% & 10% value range, the 80%, 60% & 40% will have to be created before beginning a portrait.
Graphite:The VALUE & POWER of Value
Did you know the success or failure of the finished product is often determined by how skillfully the value structure of the painting has been managed? Are you confident in your ability to see and skillfully use value? Perhaps you would you like to know why value is so important and learn how to use it to your advantage? Even if you are confident and know how to exercise good use of value perhaps you'd just like to hone your skills.
Whether you work in watercolor, oil, pastel, colored pencil or graphite; if your style is abstract, impressionistic or realistic, regardless of how you categorize your work, all paintings and drawings have one thing in common—the crucial design element of value.
Because value is so important this workshop has been designed to increase the students awareness of value as well as enhance each persons ability to see and understand value so that success, at least where value is concerned, can be more than a guessing game.
AS WELL AS THE WORKSHOPS LISTED ABOVE I ALSO TEACH...
Beginning Colored Pencil
Colored Pencil on Drafting Film
The portrait in Colored Pencil
If you prefer, I can combine any two for a five day workshop.
ALL LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE WELCOME - NO DRAWING REQUIRED
Each student can expect a pleasant, casual and informative working atmosphere with plenty of individual attention.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN TAKING WEEKLY CLASSES
I teach Colored Pencil & Oil Painting on Mondays from 10 am until 1 pm at the Hobby Lobby on 15th & Alma in Plano. Drawing is not required in either medium and all levels of experience are welcome.
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