Monday, March 2, 2015
Portrait Workshop, March 6,7,8th
This Message Made My Day.....
...........Darrell Anderson is my kinda instructor!!! I was just telling a friend how my portrait class with you provided me with strong technical concepts or approaches but more A MULTITUDE OF ONE LINERS THAT STUCK WITH ME TO THIS DAY! You I get as a person but better as an instructor! Have fun Darrell Anderson! "The beginning is the DIFFICULTY whereas the end just HAPPENS and will always be out of your control".... ME"
I try to teach in a way I'd like to be taught myself...but adapt it for each person's different style and skill level. Admittedly it doesn't always happen just the way I'd like but after fifteen years of teaching art many of the instructional hiccups are worked out.
This coming weekend is your opportunity. We cut off admissions for the portrait workshop on Wednesday. Take a look and then contact the Winslow Art Center for more info: HERE.
What materials you choose are up to you. Conte' with white charcoal pencil can make a beautifully expressive piece.
Gouache is simple to use and easily correctible and I love the way the colors work together.
Watercolor either works....or not. There doesn't seem to be an in-between but the luminosity of color is it's uniqueness.
And, of course, oils have the textural and sculptural qualities that make them so deeply expressive. Here's another:
And, lastly, is simple paper and pencil. I like it because it is a very direct and personal expression of both the artist and the subject.
Unabashedly I'm trying to interest you in trying a weekend of portraiture. This opportunity will come and go, and I likely won't be teaching another for at least a year. I'd like you to come.
Contact the Winslow Art Center HERE for details.