Still Life Composition-3 Day Workshop

$360.00

Three day workshop at Rocks September 23rd, 24th &  25th, 2019.
Class times 9.15 am to 3.30 pm

Join James Tucker, former Julian Ashtons Scholar and Prize Winner who returns from Florence to share his mastery of the Still Life genre.
Learn the fundamentals of pictorial composition, aiming to take a still life painting to completion using a step by step process over three days. Students are taught at their own level.
Approximate format will be: students start with a strong colour block-in on Day 1, continuing with underpainting on Day 2, finishing on Day 3 with with refinement of all elements the painting , including glazing and rendering.
Suitable for painters of all levels

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Description

Join James Tucker, former Julian Ashtons Scholar and Prize Winner who returns from Florence to share his mastery of the Still Life genre.
Learn the fundamentals of pictorial composition, aiming to take a still life painting to completion using a step by step process over three days. Students are taught at their own level.
Approximate format will be: students start with a strong colour block-in on Day 1, continuing with underpainting on Day 2, finishing on Day 3 with with refinement of all elements the painting , including glazing and rendering.
Suitable for painters of all levels

Additional information

Date

Sept 23, 24, 25, 2019.

Campus

The Rocks

Teacher(s)

James Tucker

Materials List

Materials list- Not included in the fee

Minimum required pigments:
Ivory black, titanium white, cadmium red, cadmium yellow (HUE versions are ok) Viridian green, ultramarine blue, raw umber.
Optional recommended pigments: burnt umber, yellow ochre,
alizarin crimson, lemon yellow, sap green, prussian blue.

Among recommended brands are Windsor and Newton, Old Holland, Art Spectrum (student version paints are fine)

Brushes: filbert brushes of various sizes (half the size of a pinky nail to the size of a thumb nail) they should be springy and firm. White synthetic ideal.
Try to avoid using hog or bristle brushes as they can be very messy, and save your soft sable brushes for later.

Apron, artists smock or painting shirt. Cotton rags or paper towels.
Palette (disposable paper or wood), palette knife.
2 9x12inch (22x30cm) canvas or panels for painting.
The School has cut primed canvas for sale

If you cannot bring all the above- do not be concerned as almost all items are available for purchase either at the School or at Parkers Art Supplies around the corner.

Class Times

Three day workshop at Rocks September 23, 24 & 25, 2019, 9.15 am to 3.30 pm