WORKSHOPS AND CLASSIFIEDS

Workshops

PSC Calendar of Events
Please visit our event calendar page by clicking the link below. Our show chairs and other PSC administrators will be adding important event dates regularly so please visit often!
Sally Strand, Composition and Light NEW!
2/20/2020 - 2/23/2020
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
Composition is one of the most challenging elements of creating a painting. Sally presents foundational elements of composition and design on which all great representational paintings rest. You will study major principles such as pictorial space, balance, dominance, massing, contrast of content, and the use of opposites. You will see how light is a major tool to create a compelling motif, key a painting, and evoke emotion. Painting from still life and clothed models each student receives individual attention and critiques. Demonstrations, lectures and slide presentations of classical and modern masterworks are designed to help you achieve powerfully convincing paintings that stand out.

Contact: Catherine Tatem
(904) 280-0614 ext 1206 or 203
ctatem@ccpvb.org
Plein Air Painting, Lorenzo Chavez
3/26/2020 - 3/29/2020
Tubac,Arizona
Paint in and around beautiful Tubac Arizona. Tubac is a small but interesting artist community just so of Tucson. Its painting locations are easy to get to and offer great vistas. Come enjoy the fine weather in March in So Arizona.
Sally Strand, Showcase the Color of Light! 1-Day Workshops IAPS
4/17/2020 - 4/19/2020
MidAtlantic Pastel Society, Richmond, Virginia
Focusing on color and light, Sally discusses optical mixing of layered color and how to truly see and identify color, especially subtle color. The effects of light on color, composition, and perception, as well as the use of different types of light are explored. Painting from costumed models and still life, each student receives individual attention and critiques. Demonstrations, lectures, and a slide show are designed to give students tools to achieve intensely beautiful color.

Contact: Joan Dreicer
216-533-0111
jdreicer54@gmail.com
Sally Strand, Color of Light, 4-Day Workshop
4/21/2020 - 4/24/2020
Maryland Pastel Society, Rockville, Maryland
Focusing on color and light, Sally discusses optical mixing of layered color and how to truly see and identify color, especially subtle color. The effects of light on color, composition, and perception, as well as the use of different types of light are explored. Painting from costumed models and still life, each student receives individual attention and critiques. Demonstrations, lectures, and a slide show are designed to give students tools to achieve intensely beautiful color.

Contact: Susan Van Eseltine
(410) 312-5513
susan.ve@verizon.net

On April 25, 2020 Sally will be doing a Demonstration
Glenwood, Maryland
Contact: Kim Stone
(717) 385-3148
mdpastelsociety@gmail.com
Exploring Landscape Paintings on UArt Sanded Pastel Paper Workshop, Lorenzo Chavez
5/1/2020 - 5/2/2020
PACE in Parker Colorado
Exploring Landscape Paintings on UArt Sanded Pastel Paper is a indoor 2 day workshop held at the PACE in Parker Colorado. We will be working on UArt surfaces only, exploring its interesting and varied possibilities and potential for creating beautiful Landscape Paintings with Pastel. for more info and to register early please contact Laura Heller via email at lheller@uneeda.com or call her at 845 875 6260.
Value and Color with Barbara Churchley
5/27/2020 - 5/28/2020
Redstone Art Center
We know that values are mandatory in painting, but color can be arbitrary if the values are correct. Let's expand your color palette, and stretch your creative vision with unexpected and seldom used colors. Cost is $200 per person. Phone 970-778-0658

SOLD OUT. Please contact Barbara to be placed on a wait list. barbara@barbarachurchley.com
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