One Day Workshop
with Hebe Brooks
Just outside Kansas City
and color depth
||ADDING VIBRANCY TO YOUR PAINTING
The technique of glazing and scumbling is not new. It was widely used by the Old Masters and it is still used today to bring luminosity, harmony, transparency and a depth in colors very difficult to achieve with any other technique.
This one day class will explore the process of glazing and scumbling as well as the importance of knowing the pigment characteristics in order to maximize light reflection.
All levels welcome. Limited to 10 persons.
Visualization of the technique through history and examples
What is glazing/scumbling and why to use it
Transparency and opacity
Where and how to use the technique
Demonstration and practice
Advantages and disadvantages
Mixing styles in one painting - demonstration and practice
A list of materials will be provided to each artist upon enrollment.
HOW TO ENROLL
This workshop is sponsored by the National Oil & Acrylic Painters' Society (NOAPS) and it is in conjunction with the opening of NOAPS Holiday Small Works Show at Cathy Kline Gallery in Parkville, MO - November 17 through December 30, 2017.
Hebe Brooks is a NOAPS Master Artist and the judge for this exhibit.
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The cost is $100 per person and may be paid through the enrollment page. See how to enroll above.
On Friday, November 17, optional and free of charge, there is a guided "Day at the Art Museum" tour. We will spend the day at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City analyzing and visualizing the different techniques to better understand the workshop and to be able to apply the techniques. This day will also open our minds to the different styles and techniques available to the artist of today.
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