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VIRTUAL - In Celebration of Flowers

  • April 22, 2024
  • April 24, 2024
  • 3 sessions
  • April 22, 2024, 10:00 AM 3:00 PM (CDT)
  • April 23, 2024, 10:00 AM 3:00 PM (CDT)
  • April 24, 2024, 10:00 AM 3:00 PM (CDT)
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  • Non-member registration fee is an additional $10.00 per day

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VIRTUAL: In Celebration of Flowers

Susan Giannantonio

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

April 22, 23, 24
10:00am - 3:00pm Central Time (includes a break for lunch)

$170 members/$200 non-members


Approach flowers, plants, stems, and plant materials in new and unique ways to investigate their shapes, textures, and forms. By using our tools and exploring new ways to create marks and textures, we will lead the viewer’s eyes straight into and through the plants, hopefully to experience their very nature at eye-level.

This class is for artists who have some familiarity with whatever medium(s) you enjoy using. Watercolor and/or acrylic and/or other media are welcome. Prior to class, artists are asked to prepare plants, flowers, vases and create a still life to be used for the 3 days. We will draw (see important supply list) each morning, break for lunch, and return to paint in the afternoon.
  

This class is immersive and geared to help the artist develop their own “voice,”whether realistic, semi abstract, or abstracted to the point of non-objective. There is no right or wrong -- you discover your own path.

Links to a video recording of each session will be provided, should you miss a class or want to review a session. Links remain available for 

​120 days.

Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Supply List:
You will need to create a still life/floral setup with at least a few plants & flowers
Use a large format support (board, etc), either on an easel or on table for drawing.
  • Plenty of LARGE drawing paper, 18 x 24” or newsprint size. We will draw a lot.
  • Charcoal or pastel or large black drawing implement(s)
  • A variety of sizes of paper, canvas, boards appropriate to your painting mediums to explore painting ideas. Consider trying some large work.
  • Your preferred paint and brushes. Watercolor and/or acrylics or mixed media. Have at least 1 rigger or liner, a few chip brushes (cheap), a Chinese calligraphy brush or 2
  • If you are using watercolor, have an opaque white: Dr. Ph Martin’s Bleedproof white, gouache, gesso, etc.
  • Matte or gel medium
  • Palette (newspaper or plastic bag can be used for acrylics palette  
  • Water
  • Paper towels or terry cloth
  • Newspaper and/or collage paper (optional)
  • Drawing implements you enjoy—pencils, Posca Pens, Inktense pencils/blocks, Stabilo stubbies, Marabu crayons, caran d’ache, etc.
  • Paint colors to have on hand:
  • 2 or 3 yellows: Cad, lemon, yellow ochre, hansa, etc
  • White or white gesso
  • Indigo, indanthrone or Prussian blue
  • Any greens you prefer
  • Palette knife or 2
  • A plastic grocery bag or clear plastic notebook sleeve.

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