Friday, September 14 – Sunday, September 16, 2012
(Not including art supplies, transportation or accommodations)
Classes are demonstrated in pastel. Those proficient in other media are also welcome.
Open to beginning through advanced students
Class sessions take place each morning and afternoon over a three day period. Students will learn how to simplify the landscape into basic masses and to develop the ability to see the full spectrum of color, going beyond value changes. Students will also learn to capture the full effect of light in painting, how to depict volume and perspective through color relationships and to
establish the all important Light Key.
Instructor Angela Manno is an internationally exhibited artist and experienced teacher who has taught out of her studios in Colorado and in Provence, France. Angela’s approach to capturing radiant color and light in the landscape has been handed down through the Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown, MA, founded by Charles Hawthorne, a contemporary of Claude Monet who taught Monet’s painting technique. Her works are in private collections throughout the US, Europe, South America and the Middle East and in the permanent fine art collections of NASA and the Smithsonian Institution. To see samples of her work, go to: www.angelamanno.com.
Learn the approach to outdoor landscape painting that Claude Monet used to create his impressionistic masterpieces and experience the magic of the Hudson River Valley in Autumn. Paint the natural beauties of this magnificent Valley with its fertile farmlands, bucolic pastures, grazing sheep and historic barns.
For more information, contact:
School of Living Arts New Lebanon, NY, USA