Seville, Spain Workshop
Dancing in the Footsteps of Sorolla

Garin Baker

Workshop Description

Above: Painting by Garin Baker

May 15–23, 2018

Tuesday–Wednesday
8 nights in Hotel/9 Days

Standard room: $3,299
Superior room: $3,499
Non–Artist Partner $850

Included: Daily Breakfast, Day trip to Italica, First evening meal

A deposit of $1,000 per person, of which $350 is non- refundable, is required as a reservation for this workshop. The deposit is non-refundable after March 15, 2018. Final payment is also required by March 15, 2018.

Dancing in the Footsteps of Sorolla (See his paintings above!)
Having marveled at the works of Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, in his Vision of Spain series at the Hispanic Society of America in New York City as a young art student long ago, it has been a dream of mine to travel to the source of these amazing works. This workshop offers the opportunity to paint en plein air in the land of Sorolla, where he did countless studies of flamenco dancers, courtyards and garden scenes. My hope for this traveling workshop is not just to paint the landscape in and around the city and town of Seville, Spain, but to also paint the character of the people — who we hope to pose on several occasions in various morning and afternoon poses. Using the backdrops of beautiful garden settings, courtyards and along streetscape motifs, these sessions will begin and end each day with demonstrations in composition, light and color, as well as with hands-on instruction late into the evening and critiques of each day’s progress. Not to mention the richness of texture, great meals and complete immersion of Spanish flavors. I hope you will join me on this amazing adventure filing your senses with what will be an amazing and unforgettable creative experience.

Here are some images of our wonderful hotel in Seville:

 

For questions or to register, please contact Robert Telenick:

rtelenick@artstudentsleague.org

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About the Instructor

Born in 1961 in New York City, Garin Baker received his BFA in painting and art history at Pratt Institute with additional studies the Art Students league. As a traditional figurative artist and plein air painter he’s had a long career as a professional artist with an impressive list of commissions and sales. He’s also nationally recognized for his large-scale Public Art Murals for municipal, private and corporate collections in the US and abroad. To his credits are several features in American Artist and Plein Air Magazine. Garin Baker has won several First Place and Grand Prize awards including Plein Air Easton, Brandywine, PA and the prestigious Irvine Museum Award. For more information please visit: garinbaker.com or carriageartatelier.com.
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