Exploring The Atmospheric Landscape
October 14, 2018 – October 20, 2018
In this workshop students will learn to interpret the landscape through a process of introspection, observation and application. By painting with acrylics and oil, students will create mood-driven paintings by layering, subtracting and adding gel mediums, molding pastes, cold wax medium and glazes. You will explore composition, structural elements of landscapes, color mixing, capturing light, principles of art and design, along with a daily mixture of demonstrations, studio time and individual consultations. This is not a plein-air course, but you might paint outdoors as well. Open to all skill levels, however an understanding of color theory and basic painting skills is helpful.
COURSE FEE: $525
Rachael McCampbell is a painter, teacher, sculptor and writer in Nashville, Tennessee. She writes a column for Nashville Arts Magazine, is a certified Golden Acrylics teacher and a recognized Gamblin Workshop Instructor. McCampbell’s work is in the permanent collection of the Tennessee State Museum.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.