Master Artist Workshops
at the Museum Art School

Master Artist Workshops offer individuals the opportunity for intensive study with national and regional artists. Workshops are 2-5 days and have a limited number of space.

Douglas David
Registration deadline is January 20, 2017
Workshop meets Friday – Saturday, February 3-5, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
#WW00 $400 (Museum members $375)

This workshop will help you get comfortable with the process of painting larger canvases. The class includes interesting and memorable discussions on all the basic elements of painting including, composition, massing, building form, light and shadow: and depending on your own style, knowing when a work is finished (learning how to not overwork your painting). Douglas delivers sound principles of painting that are an incredible foundation for your painting, and whether a beginner or a person who has never ever picked up a brush, it will make sense. Douglas’ approach to painting large canvas is very simple, and he helps you walk through various steps and stages so you can manage and maneuver through larger canvases.

Douglas David has a B.F.A. in visual communication from the Herron School of Art at Indiana University. He has studied the palette of the late Frank Vincent DuMond under Frank Mason of New York’s Art Students League for more than 10 years. Douglas also studied with noted east coast painters John P. Osborne and John C. Traynor. He conducts workshops around the country, and served as artist in residence at The Studios of Key West and Glen Arbor Art Association. He is the recipient of numerous regional and national awards and honors. For more detailed information, visit www.douglasdavid.com.

Oil Pastels into Abstraction
Marianne Mitchell
Registration deadline is January 20, 2017
Workshop meets Friday - Sunday, February 10-12, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
#WT00 $375 (Museum members $350)

This workshop is for realist painters who want to incorporate more abstract expression in their work, and for abstract painters who seek guidance in developing their expression. Instruction focuses on exploring the abstract realm using oil pastels and learning how to create luminous layers of color with this medium, a unique process developed by artist Marianne Mitchell. The relationship between emotional expression, compositional skill and technical facility will be emphasized in discussion and demonstration throughout the workshop.

Marianne Mitchell is an internationally recognized abstract painter and nationally known educator and coach. Her work ahs been exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Bergamot Station in Santa Monica as and various locations in Europe. She is the recipient of themed-Atlantic Arts Foundation Fellowship in Painting and has work in public and private collections across the country and around the world. For more information visit www.mariannemitchell.com.

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