Classes & Workshops
DECEMBER 11, 2020
INTRODUCTION TO ABSTRACT PAINTING - Watercolors or Acrylics with Connie Canby
As abstract artists we are often misunderstood because many of our
viewers want things to look familiar and to represent scenes or objects.
In fact, abstract paintings do represent feelings, events, pictures, people,
places, things and experiences. As artists we fragment and enlarge part
or some or all of these and translate them into designs relying on color,
shapes, textures and skills.
Thru this series of painting experiments you may experience a new, freer,
more expressive artist, and your already “famous art” may have a renewed,
enthusiastic, and vibrant feel and look.
Our skill level in copying a scene, a photo, (even your own) may have
reached a very high level but, if we are not able to express what we want
or mean, we could just be making more pretty pictures and not challenging
our true potential. Let’s discover this new or renewed relationship with our
medium and run with it. I guarantee fun, laughter, and “wow” moments.
Due to the COV-19 virus face masks must be worn at all times.
The Workshop will be in the main gallery with tables spaced
6-feet apart. Bring your own lunch.
To Register: download, print and mail in the registration form
(see below in blue) For more information contact Nancy Owens