February 26–March 2
IInstructor present each day
Enrollment limited to 12 students
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In this course we will focus on working with a limited palette of primary colors to deepen knowledge about color mixing and color harmony. We will explore the color wheel to further understand complementary colors and color temperatures. Students will make a color chart to practice color mixing. We will initially work on short practice exercises including painting a color study working from a model. The remainder of the class will focus on completing a long pose figure painting using both direct observation and the color studies for reference. This workshop is open to all levels.
Liz Adams-Jones received her BFA from Georgia State University. She studied life drawing and painting at the Art Students League and the National Academy. In 2008, Liz was awarded a scholarship from the Newington Cropsey Foundation to study Renaissance Art History and Studio Painting at SACI in Florence, Italy. This year Liz was a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. She currently teaches at The Art Center in Manhattan and privately. Her work has been featured in American Artists’ “Drawing” magazine, North Light Art Book’s “Strokes of Genius 5” and Fine Art Connoisseur.