Composition and Color in the Landscape
September 16 - 17, 2017; 2 days; 9am - 4pm
Location: Founders Hall
Interpret Minnesota’s scenic North Shore with Kami Mendlik, 2017 Plein Air Grand Marais Awards Juror. Focus will be on simplifying shapes and studying the properties of color. Through observation and thumbnail sketches students will learn to better see shapes in the landscape and strengthen their painting’s structural foundation. Kami will also teach students to develop a clearer understanding of the properties of color: hue, value, temperature, and saturation while studying the light at hand. Class will be peppered with demonstrations and individual feedback and students will go home with additional exercises to continue improving upon color and composition.
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