Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Summer Landscape Class for Humans

 A class so informative, a monkey could get something out of it- but that monkey should have some prior experience with oil paint.
I will be teaching a Summer Landscape class that will try to push some of the things learned in the beginner classes. We will do studies for a larger piece, and work on it for the rest of the class. Let me know if you have any questions about this class. The description of the class and the link to sign up is listed below.

Click here to Register.
Plein-Air Painting: Beyond the Basics

Designed for both those with previous oil painting experience and those who have taken the beginning
plein-air class, this class will take you beyond the basics. Continuing the studies of impressionistic
painting techniques, we will meet in a scenic park to work on a large painting. By scouting out a desired
spot, we will do the sketches and color studies to prepare and finish a larger painting that captures the
impression of light and color of the Cincinnati landscape.

Sat., 9:30 am-1 pm (bring a brown bag lunch or snack if you wish); June 23rd- July 14th; 4 wks; $110
(no discounts), supplies are the student’s responsibility. A list will be sent with your enrollment confirmation
or see http://www.uc.edu/content/dam/uc/ce/docs/Commu/Classes/paintingsupplies.pdf.; #3505-01
Location: First class meets at artist’s studio in Eden Park; then at an awesome part of my choice for the rest of the class

This is a great class for humans too.!

Contact me if you have any questions. richard_luschek@yahoo.com

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