Friday, September 11, 2015
David Shevlino Figure Painting Workshops in California!
Alla prima figure painting:
This class is about painting the figure alla prima (wet into wet) and the techniques used to create a fresh, direct response to our subjects.
On the first day there will be demonstration; then the class will paint from the model. Students will learn to interpret and simplify the figure by starting with large, overall basic shapes, then moving to smaller forms. Next comes a simple block in of light and dark tones, then mid tones.
By learning to simplify form, values and color, we become better able to paint our subjects with greater clarity and directness.
This class will be particularly helpful to students who wish to paint more loosely and to paint their subject with greater economy.
Where: Patris Studio and Art Gallery
3460 2nd Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95817
Workshop #1 October 15 – 18, 2015
Tuition: $500 + $40 model fee
Workshop #2 October 20 – 22, 2015
Tuition: $440 and includes model fee
Registration: Contact Patris at firstname.lastname@example.org to register and send in a $250 deposit to hold your space. Checks made payable to Patris and sent to studio address. Balance of workshop tuition to be paid 3 weeks prior to workshop.
David Shevlino studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (certificate ’84) and the University of Pennsylvania (BFA ’92). His work has been featured in national publications and he has exhibited his work and taught workshops throughout the U.S. He has also produced a series of videos and DVDs about his artwork and painting methods.
“My exposure to art began as a teenager growing up in NJ near NYC. I began making trips to art museums in NYC when I was 15 and developed a love of traditional figurative painting. As a youth I found myself especially drawn to the old masters. Those early trips to the museum instilled in me a love of craft and a sense of where painting comes from.”
David Shevlino Fine Art www.davidshevlino.com