This class will cover fundamental techniques and materials in oil painting with an emphasis on painting from life. Students will be given an introduction into life-painting techniques, color mixing and color theory.
Michael Ross is an artist who makes naturalistic, evocative paintings of forests, fields, wetlands, birds, and our relationships to natural spaces. He has exhibited his work extensively, and his work is featured in the collections of the Georgia Museum of Art, the University of Georgia, the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, Georgia, the Washington, D.C. Department of Transportation, and in many private collections. He has participated in artist residencies in Maine, Vermont, Norway, and on the west coast of Africa. Ross grew up in Scandinavia, received his MFA in drawing and painting from the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art (class of 2016), and lives in Athens, Georgia. You can see more of his work on michaelrossart.com
Please Note: All CDC guidelines will be upheld including wearing a face covering at all times in the building and social distancing is enforced. This class is subject to change or cancelation based on State and Local pandemic responses.
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