The Art of Painting Flowers, In the Vase or in the Landscape
Pam C. Newell, OPA, AIS, NOAPS
Flowers are beloved but can be challenging to paint.In this workshop learn to capture the gesture and essence of this beautiful, but fleeting subject. Discover how light creates form and so much more! Pam will conduct a demonstration of how to depict the essence of florals with a tone and wipe approach and how to set up your subject for success. Day two will allow students to continue painting and refining their skills from life, or paint from their own garden landscape photo. We will discuss floral painting art as inspired by the Masters; and discuss values and chroma, hard and soft edges, transparent vs. opaque color, focal point, brushwork, palette knife and more. There will be lots of individual attention in a relaxed stress free environment.
Bring a favorite vase, container or pitcher, and your favorite fresh flowers and foliage (cut or in pots) to enhance the offerings. If painting from your own garden photos, it’s best to view and work with them on an iPad or laptop computer.
For any class questions: E-mail Pam with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open To All Skill Levels: Open to all skill levels and styles; some drawing or painting experience is recommended.
Items/Tools Provided: Lights, stands, backdrop stations, and some flowers.
The Main Emphasis: Oil painting; however, all media are welcome.
Students provide all workshop materials. A materials list is found on Pam’s website under workshops: www.pnewellart.com (under workshops).
Workshop size: Minimum of 6 maximum of 15
Date: November 1st and 2nd
Time: 9:00 am -4:00 pm
Cost: $185 AAHC member and $195 non-AAHC member
Location: Shaffer Studio, 1501 Broad St., New Castle, IN 47362
Sat – Mon closed
Tue – Fri 9 am–4 pm
Hours subject to change