Sat, Mar 05|
Zoom Workshop by Tony Allain CREATING MOOD & ATMOSPHERE IN PASTEL: using confident ‘brushwork’!
We are delighted to invite you to the Zoom Workshop with Tony Allain. This is a crowd favorite class. Will be great for the first-timers and of course for Tony Graduates. ⠀ Spaces at the class are extremely limited, and Red Rock members will have limited advanced priority boarding.
Time & Location
Mar 05, 2022, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM PST
About the event
Zoom workshop by Tony Allain PS, PSA, MC-IAPS, MPANZ
CREATING MOOD & ATMOSPHERE IN PASTEL: using confident ‘brushwork’!Have you ever wanted to bring a looser and more painterly feel to your work loaded with juicy color and flooded with light? Fear not. The cavalry is coming!!!
Join me and I will share some of my working methods concentrating on painting landscapes and seascapes from photographs that delight you and excite the viewer. Using our reference photos we can bring some fresh color and a more painterly feel to our works. We will look at choosing, editing, and cropping our reference photographs. We will learn how to find the point of interest from the photo. I will supply a selection of reference photographs for you to experiment with. Our aim is to capture the essence of the subject in an intuitive way with the freedom of ‘brushwork’ that has its roots in the alla prima work of the French Impressionists, giving liveliness and vigorous mark that is instrumental in expressing the mood and atmosphere on a subject............. I wish to share my passion with you.
You will need:
Toned Sketchbook: grey or tan colored pages.Three Ink markers: fine point, med chisel, large chisel.
Other materials include sketchbooks, graphite pencils, etc for making thumbnails. Your own choice of paper and pastels.
Tony lately has been using Sennelier La Carte, Pastel Premier, and UART in various sizes. For pastels: Unison, Terry Ludwigs, Diane Townsend, and others.
Below is a rough guide to a full-day 6-hour workshop (9 am – 3 pm PST) Creating Mood & Atmosphere: Using our photo references. The link will be provided a day prior to the workshop.
We will start our workshop right after.
This is a suggested guideline. Breaks and programs can be adjusted by the creative flow.
09:00 - 09:15 - Meet and Greet, The Intro by Tony
09:15 -09:30 – Photo and Sketchbook overview by Tony.
09:30- 09:50 – Editing our photos, viewfinders, cropping, and flipping. Demo1 Watch or paint along
09:50 -10:00 - Tea Break
10:00 -11:00 - Demo 2 by Tony. Watch or paint along, Q&A
11:00 - 11:30 - Lunch Break & dinner for Tony
11:30 - 1 pm- Review of the morning, Feedback time
1 pm - 1:50 pm -Exercises for the class by Tony
1:50 -2 Pm - Tea Break
2 pm - 3 pm - Demo in pastel by Tony and homework for students
All times are in PST, please calculate your timezone accordingly. All times are just a guideline and there could be changes to accommodate all the participants.
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