Learn the basics of "deceive the eye" painting with effective use of shadow and light to give 3-D effects.
Students are taught using water-based acrylic glazes to render light and shadow in painting architectural elements in such a way as to make them "pop" off a surface.
Special tools and techniques are introduced with instruction in
limestone blocks with mortar joints, fitted arched stone wall, faux
paneling, rondelles and grisaille ornaments. All done in tromploy
I have had students in this class whose experiance ranged from
beginner to accomplished portrait artists. They all learned important
trade tricks to speed up production time while working with water-based
|April 14 & 15, 2011
||Thurs. & Friday . - 9am to 5pm
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slide show of samples