Narrative Figure Painting
July 21, 2019 – July 27, 2019
By exploring composition, experimenting with format, expanding mark making vocabularies and manipulating color, this workshop provides students with new strategies for storytelling. Participants interested in using the figure for narrative, allegorical, or conceptual goals will strengthen their observational practice and delve deeper into creating evocative images. During class you will spend time painting from direct perception and learning to edit and direct paintings by adding and subtracting information. Students will work to distill the distinct poetry of the image by questioning visual hierarchies and infusing traditional life painting with contemporary attitudes about materials and sources. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $600
Danielle Mužina is an artist and educator based in Murray, Kentucky and is an assistant professor of Painting at Murray State University. Her studio practice encompasses painting, performance, installation and poetry. Mužina’s artwork has been exhibited nationally and supported with residencies including the Vermont Studio Center and Chautauqua School of Art. Her paintings have garnered several awards in national juried exhibitions and have been featured in the Carolina Quarterly as well as HGTV Magazine.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.