Paintings That Glow:: Techniques of the Old Masters Workshop with Janice Tanton, Red Deer College

Raven's Mark © 2010 Janice Tanton. All Rights Reserved.Join me for a wonderful in-depth, week-long workshop at Red Deer College, July 25 – 29, 2011 as part of the SERIES: Summer School of Art.

Series is a program like no other, offering week long courses in a wide variety of media from world-class instructors.

Red Deer College has opened the doors of it’s new Centre for Visual Arts and can’t wait to show you how fabulous their new studios are! Whether you are a beginner or long time devotee, you’re sure to be inspired by the creative environment they have to offer.

Take a week to immerse yourself in your art. You deserve it!

In the “Paintings That Glow: Techniques of the Old Master’s” week-long course, you will experience the philosophy and practice of the masters, from composition to foundational underpainting, to final glazing techniques and colour mixing.

You will learn how to create paintings that glow from the inside out. You will spend a short time in studio demos, lectures and presentations with the instructor, then you’ll have the chance to try it out, step by step.

Working from still life, you will learn how to focus on values, create a grisaille, define light and complete a painting. You will also learn how to stretch and finish a fine Belgian linen canvas. And of course…a healthy dose of fun and artistic community-building with Janice!

Course Fee: $595.00 + GST
Course Number: 1173 ESER 6118

To register & review the supply list, please contact Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB.

If you have questions regarding the program, please feel free to post below.

Other upcoming workshops:

Paintings That Glow: Techniques of the Old Masters – Red Deer College, AB
Paintings That Glow: Techniques of the Old Masters – HFSA, ONTARIO
Authentic Impressionism – HFSA, ONTARIO
Glazes and Grounds – ACAD, Calgary ALBERTA

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