The class will include an ongoing critique, "how-to" demos, and tutorials designed for each individual student's natural way with paint. Students will learn about "notans" and planning planning before putting brush to canvas. All "work" is planned before so the actual fun of painting can show results. Composition and design are also handled before the mark making begins.
The fast, loose abstract stye is made with large broad mark making.
Beginning to Intermediate.
Bring your own landscape photos for reference.
Assorted Soft Pastels - 30 half sticks. Recommend Sennelier assorted colors or similar pastels such as Unisom, Schminke, or Richison.
9"x12" Uart sanded paper, 400lb. Bring several sheets.
Sketch book with willow charcoal and fine point medium Sharpie.
Drawing board or backboard like foam core.
Email or call instructor. email@example.com or 720-401-3496.
Cliff enjoys painting and teaching landscapes in Oils, Pastel, and Watercolor. His emphasis is on having fun. He teaches and demonstrates many ideas to inspire artists to be more creative. Cliff graduated from Denver Institute of Technology in the mid '70s and graduated from the Rocky Mountain School of Art in 1980. He has been active in the fine art field ever since. He teaches privately and at the Curtis Center for Arts in Greenwood Village. He is an active studio and plein air artist.
Mail:Park Hill Art ClubP.O. Box 200572Denver, CO 80220