Workshops in the Studio of EL Blumenschein
Using still life as the learning vehicle, the workshop will emphasize color and value relationships, as well as composition and a bit of technique.
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Painting Still Life & Portrait
Ideally, the role of a teacher is to help the student see the world as shapes, value and color relationships through the language of brushstrokes. The most valuable gift a teacher gives a student is a way of thinking and understanding. Unless you prefer the odds of “a monkey at the typewriter” when figuring out painting problems, then understanding how the language of paint works is necessary in order to truly becomes a good painter.
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Winter landscape Painting
will familiarize participants with processes they can use and adapt to their own work for painting winter landscapes. Topics covered include landscape composition and technique, painting en plein air in the winter environment, developing useful field studies for studio reference and studio processes for landscape work.
Plein Air Painting
Class will receive two full days of hands-on instruction by Michelle Chrisman. Chrisman is a professional oil painter and an experienced painting instructor.
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Located on historic Ledoux Street in downtown Taos, the E.L. Blumenschein Home and Museum is maintained much as it was when the artist and his family were alive. Blumenschein was a founding member of the Taos Society of Artists. Founded in 1915. The society was formed to promote the artists’ work through annually organized traveling exhibitions to several major American cities. Not only did it bring the Society recognition it was the start of the Artist Colony you see in Taos today. The workshops will take place in the studio of E. L Blumenschein.
Class size limited. Call today to reserve your spot.
Call 575-758-0505 for more information! or visit http://www.taoshistoricmuseums.org/
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