Classes

Paul Cézanne: Still Life | Happy Life

3-Session Online Painting Class
10 Spaces available

A continuation of my “Under the Influence” series, we will take an in-depth look at the still lifes of French artist, Paul Cézanne.

Pablo Picasso in speaking about modern art said, “Cézanne is the father of us all.” As we look at the work of Cézanne there is much that we can learn about form and color that will inform our own work in many profound ways.

Each class will consist of four 2-hour sessions taught via Live Zoom with a presentation of fascinating facts, insightful insights, and lots of time to paint. We will be working primarily from our own still-life setups to create our paintings.

Session 1: Understanding Cézanne and his work
Session 2: Composing a still life
Session 3: Color, value, form, and their relationships

All skill levels welcome, but some experience with drawing and handling of paint is recommended.
$130 for 3 sessions
April 5, 12, 19 at 6 to 8PM EST
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Constructive Criticism

Two-hour sessions held on Tuesdays at
12PM to 2PM (Eastern USA & Canada) 18:00 to 20:00 (Central Europe)
19:00 to 21:00 (Israel)

First series of Constructive Criticism will be held March, 23, 30 April 6 & 13(you can join also a single meeting)


Constructive Criticism designed to help artists of all walks to be able to get informative and meaningful feedback on their work. If you are a painter, photographer, sculptor, printmaker, or any type of visual artist, we welcome you.
If you are working on a new piece or a new series of works and want to bounce your ideas off of others, or perhaps you are getting ready for an exhibition and want some advice.

Present your work, talk about it, and get a critique and feedback.
Each week artists can share what they are working on and expect criticism from ArtisTTable co-founders, Tali Farchi and Royce Deans that will aid in furthering the success of their work.

Hear what others have to say. See what others are doing and take the opportunity to share your thoughts on their work.
Feeling comfortable talking about your work with others important. Private sessions are available.

Join us starting in March for a vibrant experience.
Group:
4-Week Session is $120.
Single meeting $45
Private:Single session $100

Click to register for 4-session via PayPal – $120

Click here to register for a single session via PayPal – $45

Click here to register for a private session via PayPal – $100


Monotypes to Go

Learn to make monotypes in this 4-hour class
Taught by myself and Angela Saxon 
Saturday, April 24, 10 am – 2 pm
Old Art Building, in person and Zoom Live

Printmaking is a thrilling process! Monotypes are made by applying paint or ink directly onto a printing plate and transferring that image to paper, working either by hand or with a press, creating a mirror image of your original drawing.

In this workshop you will make monotypes by hand. We start with a demo, then explore basic mark-making techniques, learning to pull prints with a wooden spoon. A still life will be our subject matter. Some experience with drawing is helpful but not necessary.

Saturday, April 24
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

In person at the OAB or online live Zoom class
To physically attend the class you must notify the OAB office: 231.2562131
Limited to a total of 10 people (Live + Zoom)

$140 members
$126 non-members
Materials cost extra. See ‘Materials: 2 Options’ section in text.
https://www.oldartbuilding.com/events/monotypes-to-go-2/


Paul Cézanne: Find Your Way Around the Landscape

4-Session Online Painting Class
10 Spaces available

In this installment of my “Under the Influence” series, we will take an in-depth look at the landscapes of the French artist, Paul Cézanne. 

Cézanne said, “Everything in nature takes its form from the sphere, the cone, and the cylinder.” He has much to teach us about form and composition.

Each class will consist of four 2-hour sessions taught via Live Zoom with a presentation of fascinating facts, insightful insights, and lots of time to paint. The weather should be starting to warm up by the time this class starts and there will be opportunities to be able to get out and observe directly from nature.

Session 1: Understanding how Cézanne constructed his landscapes
Session 2: Organizing a compelling landscape
Session 3: Drawing and painting en plein air
Session 4: The figure in the landscape

All skill levels welcome, but some experience with drawing and handling of paint is recommended.
$175 for 4 sessions
April 26, May 3, 10, 17 at 6 to 8PM EST
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