Sky High Online Workshop (August 14, 2021)Regular price $85.00
In landscape painting, We often become too focused on WHAT we are painting, and we forget to give the sky an important role in our composition. In this workshop we will explore how to make the sky a more dramatic part of our thought process.
The workshop will consist of two sessions (morning and afternoon) of 3 hours each. Together, we will complete several smaller studies of skies and discover what they can do for us. We will then Complete a painting together, step by step, with focus on making the most of our skies.
During the sessions, questions will be moderated and each session will conclude with a question/answer segment.
The entire workshop will be recorded and participants will be given lifetime streaming access to view and review the material.
Date & Time: Saturday, August 14th
- Morning Session: 10AM-1PM*
- Afternoon Session: 2-5PM*
*Mountain Time (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)
This workshop will take place via Zoom. All participants will be sent a Zoom invitation link via email upon registration.
In order to make the most of our time together and provide you with the best experience possible, I recommend the following:
- Use a laptop or computer with a cabled (ethernet) connection. Participation using a tablet or smartphone is possible but not recommended.
- Download the Zoom desktop app (computer or laptop) or mobile app (tablet or smartphone) using the following link: https://zoom.us/download
Workshop Materials List
- 1 inch flat
- #10 or #12 round
- #4 or # 6 round
- Water container
- Paper towels
- Small sponge
- 1/4 sheet or 1/2 sheet of good quality watercolor paper - pre-stretched on a board if less than 300 lb. (I use 140 lb. rough).
- 1 - 1/4 sheet of watercolor paper on which you have drawn 4 rectangles 4 X 6 inches in size.
I will be using Daniel Smith finest tube paints. I recommend them for their quality, but other brands are acceptable. You will need the following colors:
- Pthalo Blue
- Ultramarine Blue
- Quinacridone Sienna or Burnt Sienna
- Yellow Ochre
- New Gamboge Yellow
- Sap Green