THE ART OF NATURE WORKSHOPS
offered through the Greenwich Art Society
These workshops are currently held via Zoom. Students submit work in progress which I display on an iPad shared to each student's screen. As we discuss the work, I add notes, corrections, and suggestions on the work in a non-destructive manner. At the end of class, I send the reviewed version to each student.
This approach has proved highly effective and popular with students. When we meet again in person, this technique will enable us to hold class in even during the worst weather.
Are you are inspired by nature? Do you long to portray your subjects with accuracy or to use them as springboards to a more expressive style? Perhaps you want to conquer watercolor or gain confidence in drawing. These and many other goals can be pursued in my popular workshops at the Greenwich Art Society.
Work in watercolor, colored pencil, graphite, pastel, or other dry or water-based mediums. Individual guidance helps you meet personal goals while a supportive group environment makes every class unique.
Students work on projects of their choice supported by demonstrations addressing basic skills and techniques as well as advanced challenges. Emphasis is placed on seeing as artists, putting words to intuition and answering that familiar question: “What do I do next?”
Classes have no prerequisites and fill up fast. Choose Mondays or Tuesdays from 1:00 to 4:00PM. Maximum 5 students. To enroll, call 203-629-1533. More information can be found on the Greenwich Art Society website.