Workshops

Fort Collins, Colorado • 3-Day Plein Air to Studio Landscape Painting Workshop • May 7-9

“Capturing the Atmosphere”

Bingham Hill just west of Fort Collins, Colorado

Date/Times: May 7-9, 2020; 10am-5pm
Location: Carnegie Center for Creativity, Fort Collins, CO

(200 Mathews St, Fort Collins, CO 80524)


COVID-19 UPDATE:
As it currently stands nothing has changed with the workshop but I’m monitoring things daily.  And I assure you if we do have to cancel I will be issuing full refunds. The main factor of consideration is of course SAFETY – based on the spread of the virus itself.  But another consideration is that, although we are a small gathering, we will be using a Fort Collins City building as our main meeting place so we will be following their guidelines as well. I’ll continue to keep you posted as more information becomes available.


Cost: $450 


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“CAPTURING THE ATMOSPHERE”

Dave’s landscape painting workshops are designed for all levels of ability and focus on concepts and techniques derived from years of plein air painting. Whether painting outdoors or working in the studio, the primary focus of his workshops will be learning how to simplify a landscape as well as interpreting color relationships to develop atmosphere. Other fundamental concepts will also be discussed, including the importance of values, shapes and edges.  Artists will learn to analyze the information they gathered in the field or from photographs,  interpreting color and value relationships in order to create depth in a landscape painting.

Dave has been painting outdoors for 20 years, learning from his environment to become a nationally recognized landscape painter.   His work has been featured in Plein Air Magazine and Southwest Art Magazine and he is a signature member of American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America.

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Bozeman, Montana • 3-Day Plein Air to Studio Landscape Painting Workshop • July 31-August 2

“Capturing the Atmosphere”

July 31-August 2, 2020
Bozeman Art Museum

2612 W. Main St. Ste. B • Bozeman, MT.

Cost: $450 


To sign up please contact:
Linda Williams (406) 570-1419 • williamsart52@yahoo.com


“CAPTURING THE ATMOSPHERE”

Dave’s landscape painting workshops are designed for all levels of ability and focus on concepts and techniques derived from years of plein air painting. Whether painting outdoors or working in the studio, the primary focus of his workshops will be learning how to simplify a landscape as well as interpreting color relationships to develop atmosphere. Other fundamental concepts will also be discussed, including the importance of values, shapes and edges.  Artists will learn to analyze the information they gathered in the field or from photographs,  interpreting color and value relationships in order to create depth in a landscape painting.

Dave has been painting outdoors for 20 years, learning from his environment to become a nationally recognized landscape painter.   His work has been featured in Plein Air Magazine and Southwest Art Magazine and he is a signature member of American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America.

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St. George, Utah • 3-Day Plein Air Landscape Painting Workshop • August 19-21

“Capturing the Atmosphere”

August 19-21, 2020
Illume Gallery of Fine Art

29 West 200 North • St. George, Utah 84770

Cost: $475


To Register Call Jane: 435-313-5008


“CAPTURING THE ATMOSPHERE”

Dave’s landscape painting workshops are designed for all levels of ability and focus on concepts and techniques derived from years of plein air painting. Whether painting outdoors or working in the studio, the primary focus of his workshops will be learning how to simplify a landscape as well as interpreting color relationships to develop atmosphere. Other fundamental concepts will also be discussed, including the importance of values, shapes and edges.  Artists will learn to analyze the information they gathered in the field or from photographs,  interpreting color and value relationships in order to create depth in a landscape painting.

Dave has been painting outdoors for 20 years, learning from his environment to become a nationally recognized landscape painter.   His work has been featured in Plein Air Magazine and Southwest Art Magazine and he is a signature member of American Impressionist Society and Oil Painters of America.

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