Gouache Studies with Ed Zorensky
Ed's stunning landscape, "Blue Kayak," was recently juried into the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Show which can be seen in the CAE gallery. Here's your opportunity to learn an unusual watermedia technique from a nationally recognized artist!
Painting from observation is based on the interpretation of related shapes, values and colors. Visual expression emerges through a balance of abstraction and reality. Gouache is a perfect medium for exploring these creative choices with any motif. It dries quickly, mixes easily, and offers a color range that transposes well to larger finished works in oil, acrylic or water media. This six-week course will focus on the practical use of gouache to study the pure language of painting through rendering a landscape, a figure and a still life--two weeks for each. The course is designed to help the beginner get underway with confidence and to encourage the experienced artist to expand creative perception.
While there is no materials fee (students bring their own supplies), a $20 model fee will be collected at the the first class.
DATES: Six Thursdays: October 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9,
PRICE: $210.00 CAE Member; $240.00 Non-Member