Robin Eley: Oil Painting (May 28th)

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Robin Eley: Oil Painting (May 28th)

200.00

Oil Painting By Temperature: Form and Color Through Warm, Cool, and White

Instructor: Robin Eley

Max: 20 Students

May 28th, Noon - 8PM

(Please arrive 20 minutes early. Parking is residential and easy.)

Robin Eley is an Australian-born artist whos work is marked by the combination of a photorealistic technique and a conceptual approach to the idea of making and unmaking physical objects. While producing and exhibiting his work, he has developed strong ties with the extended community, both as a teacher in Australia and through initiatives such as his BINARY PROJECT. This is his first class in America. 

In this 8 hour workshop, Robin will demonstrate his process for developing a coloristically sophisticated range of value and form through the simple elements of a cool paint, a warm paint, and titanium white.  

THE WORKSHOP WILL INCLUDE:

(Before Workshop: Each student will receive a photo-reference by email. Students are expected to complete a preparatory drawing from this photo on canvas before coming to class.)

I. A 30-minute presentation of Robin's work and biography, with audience Q & A. 

II. A 1 hour demonstration of Robin's initial painting phase.

III. A 2.5 hr. interactive working session.

Students will get started on their own paintings and Robin will make the rounds, advising them on drawing, paint mixing, brushes, and pacing. 

IV. A 30 minute dinner break. 

DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED.

V. A 20 minute mid-class critique of all students, by Robin. 

VI. A 3.5-hour interactive work session. 

Robin will continue to make the rounds as students are elaborating and tightening their pictures. While the total class time will not be enough to finish paintings, Robin will give individual and generalized advise on how to push each picture to a conclusion. 

VII. A 15 minute final critique. 

 

MATERIALS TO BRING:

A physical copy of your provided photograph

Canvas or panel (no larger than 16'' x 20'')

Basic drawing materials (pencil, charcoal, ink)

Oil painting setup (your own traveling kit and palette)

Traveling Easel (optional)

 

If you need to cancel - Please contact us at least 3 days beforehand.

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