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.
Jack "Hagop" Keledjian
Workshop meets Friday – Sunday, March 17-19, 2017
9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
#SP60 $450 (Museum members $425)
Learning to paint still life, portrait, and landscapes with oil. Learning how to use hard edges, warm and cool colors, and create three-dimensional space. This three day workshop experience will lead you in creating effective compositions and drawing with paint.
Hagop was born in Yerevan, Armenia where at the age of twelve he entered the School of Painting for Young Artists. Upon graduation from college, Hagop was accepted into the Aprahamian Art Studio where he learned his technique. His studies involved working exclusively from life, using the conceptual and technical methods of the Spanish and Russian traditions, and also included French Impressionism. Seeking his own artistic vision, Hagop emigrated to the U.S. in 1981 and settled in Watertown, Massachusetts, where he has thrived as an artist and teacher. Among his honors, a painting on permanent display at the Armenian Library and Museum of America in Massachusetts, and earning first prize in the International Artists Magazine Competition for 2007. For more detailed information please visit www.hagopfinearts.com.