Monday, May 27, 2013
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center * 980 Briarcliff Rd * Atlanta GAPaint with Color Confidence! June 22 10am - 3:30 1 Day
Registrar online here
Class title - Paint w/ color confidence
Class number - 6689
Date - June 15
Time - 10 - 3:30
Fee - $105
or call 404.872.5338
Have you been struggling with controlling color? Do you mix a lot of mud? Well, no more! This class will have you painting with color confidence. Using a simple still life as a reference, learn to work with the color wheel to lighten and darken your colors, find out why values are so important, and more. These color mixing lessons will be taught by demos and then students will use their new knowledge in class with a still set up. Please touch base with Dawn (email@example.com) if you have questions. Bring a sack lunch. Min. 4, max. 10.
Supply List Painting with Color Confidence 2013
For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you already have paints, bring what you have but this is what you need for class. Supplies available at Utrecht or Binders or other art supply stores.
These are the primary colors. Buy the professional brands in these three colors. I have the pigment codes below. Use the pigment codes as a guide to buy the right color as color names change all the time.
- Red - permanent rose/ quinacridone red- pigment code PV19
- Yellow - cadnium yellow, or hue - pigment code PY35
- Blue - Phalo Blue green or blue shade fine -pigment code PB15
- Titanium white 5OZ Tube
- Yellow Ochre or Yellow Oxide
- Beginning brush kit with a mix of bristle and soft brushes.
- 12 x 16 Canvas or larger
- Acrylic and oil disposable Palette Pad 9 x12 . You can use a roll wax paper
- Palette knife plastic or metal
- Sketch pad
- Pencil l
- Roll of paper towels
- Spray bottle for water
- Cup or coffee can to clean brushes in
If using oils
LIQUIN or other medium for thinning the paint
Odorless mineral spirit and a sealed container for cleaning brushes
Friday, May 24, 2013
Monday, May 6, 2013
|All right, I have finished my gnome and dropped here off at Cabbatown Clay and Glass works for the May 11 auction. I think she looks pretty good in my garden. I hate to part with her.|
On Saturday, May 11, from 4:00 – 7:30 pm, the Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works (CCGW) and Garden*Hood, are making it easy to own your own Gnomes in the Hood. Enjoy the sights and scents of spring plants, sip a cocktail, and view garden gnomes of all varieties. The event will feature one-of-a-kind gnomes (or “gnomesses”) created by 25 local artists (painters, sculptors) who have joined forces with CCGW’s artists. The unique gnomes will be auctioned off by silent auction with light hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in the luscious flowering space of Garden*Hood, a neighboring plant and garden center. Gnomes in the Hoodwill benefit CCGW, http://ccgworks.wordpress.com/ a non-profit, cooperative, artist-run studio, and to support their community outreach. CCGW members will be presenting free workshops to local transitional housing programs for women and for veterans.
|Here are s few of the amazing gnomes created by the folks at CCGW. Awesome!!!|
Come out and bib on some Gnomes!!!
Thursday, May 2, 2013
This is a palette knife painting I did as a demo for one of my palette knife classes. I just really like the way the light bounces around on this one. One of the students wanted to buy it in class, but I just felt so uncomfortable talking about money and sales during the workshop, I wouldn't sell it. So believe it or not, I still have this little jewel.
12 x 16
Just send me an email if you would like to take this one home, it's ready to meet you!
Thankfully Saturday and Sunday turned out to be perfect and we all forgot about the rainy, cold Friday! I had such a nice time seeing friends and meeting new art collectors. Here are a few treasures that have found new homes
|Sun and WInd|
24 x 36
30 x 30
|Red and Roses|
Thank you for such a successful show. I can't wait to get back in the studio now.