Location: VanDerVeer Studio
Friday, March 29; 6:30-7:30pm
Free and open to the public. Pre-registration requested due to limited space.
Register for Jeremy's weekend workshop on Saturday and Sunday, March 30-31
Jeremy’s paintings prove just how versatile acrylic paintings can be! They don’t have any of the poster-like, hard-edge surfaces often associated with the water mixable paints and his landscapes have the balance of hard and soft edges, atmospheric depth, color harmony, and rich details one
associates with oil paintings. During this one-hour lecture, Jeremy will look at a brief history of the acrylic colors and mediums, and he will review their benefits and challenges while taking you through a journey of his own work and painting approach. www.jeremysams.com
primary subject matter is landscapes while working in acrylics. He also loves the challenge of portraits and his work varies in size from just a few square inches to murals measuring upward of 40×60 feet! His artistic growth took on a new form in 2011 when he was introduced to painting en plein air. Since then, he was won many awards for his plein air work and has been a featured artist in Plein Air Magazine. Jeremy’s personal inspirations come mostly from the play of light and atmosphere and their effects on objects and landscapes.