Color Lessons from the Masters
March 28th-31st (four days), 2017, 10:00 am-4:00 pm
This unique workshop offers an in-depth examination of the work of art history's great colorists, including Giotto, Veronese, De Kooning and other 20th century painters.
We'll explore their masterful use of a wide range of approaches to color composition, including complements, analogous color, color value, color mixing, and chromatic neutrals.
Then we'll take these ideas and apply them to our own painting through landscape, still life, and abstract exercises.
Oil, watercolor, or acrylic are welcome.
Click here or call the Art League at 703-683-2323 to register.
From Amateur to Professional
April 1st, 2017, 10am-4 pm
This intensive seminar demystifies the business side of being a professional artist. Students learn about building a resume, approaching galleries, organizing shows, coping with rejection, slides, publicity, marketing, taxes, and many other topics. Each participant receives a booklet of worksheets and information.
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Traveling with Your Sketchbook
March 24th (pm), 25th and 26th, 2017
This popular workshop teaches students to use gesture, contour, collage, and color to record their travels. Participants learn to use the sketchbook as a journal, and to make it a work of art. Students use picturesque Old Town Alexandria as source material, and for inspiration look at many artists' sketchbook journals. Past students say, This class changed my life!
Click here or call (703) 683-2323 to register.