Developing Your “Color GPS”

Frank Hobbs

New Workshop

Beginner-Advanced; Location: VanDerVeer and TBA
Friday & Saturday May 19-20; 9am-4pm & Sunday May 21; 9am-12pm (1 hr lunch break)
TUITION: Members: $222; Non-members: $252

Rich, luminous, vibrating color is a quality shared by great perceptual painters such as John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla, Isaac Levitan and others, past and present. Their secret: an unshakeable sense of orientation in the value scale. Like the GPS units many of us use in our cars, these painters navigate color space with an infallible sense of direction. In this workshop we will work outdoors from the local landscape and in the studio to investigate the powerful link between tonal values and the universe of color. Whatever your experience level, this workshop will provide keys to developing a richer, more varied color palette while addressing the fundamentals of luminosity, volume and space in landscape painting. All fine art media accepted.

Sorry this Workshop has filled. Please call the office to be added to the waiting list.