Animals in the Landscape

Aug-Sep

Composition and simplification for the strong beginner,
intermediate, and advanced painters.

LIVE zoom presentations or demonstrations 2 Fridays per month, 10 am – 1 pm Chicago time. (If that time doesn’t work for you, recordings will be available)

**In process. If you join the workshop now, we can have a 30 minute zoom to catch you up, and you’ll have access to the recordings.**

$149

Out of stock

[note: this workshop is intended for strong beginners through advanced painters. If you’re just getting started on your painting journey, Oil Painting Basics would be a better fit.]

If you have experience putting paint on canvas, and you want 

  • to use composition to make your paintings more interesting
  • to use simplification to make your paintings stronger
  • to see painting demos
  • to paint with a great small community of artists
  • to do all this in a live online workshop from the comfort of your studio or home

…then this workshop is for you. 

 

Schedule – official workshop zooms in bold.

 

 

Fri, Aug 11 – 30 minute presentation about composition and simplification, and a 2-1/2 hour paint-together of animals in the landscape from source photo(s).  

Fri, Aug 18 – paint with fellow workshop students. It could be several artists or just one.

Fri, Aug 25 – 30 minute presentation with inspirational paintings, and a 2-1/2 hour casual Q&A time. For critiques, send me a painting in advance. Bring questions or work to share. With the remaining time we’ll paint a small study or painting exercise together.

Fri, Sept 1 –paint with fellow workshop students. It could be several artists or just one.

Fri, Sep 8 – 30 minute presentation about composition and simplification, and a 2-1/2 hour paint-together of animals in the landscape from source photo(s). 

Fri, Sept 15 – paint with fellow workshop students. It could be several artists or just one.

Fri, Sept 22 – paint with fellow workshop students. It could be several artists or just one.

Fri, Sep 29 – 30 minute presentation with inspirational paintings, and a 2-1/2 hour casual Q&A time. For critiques, send me a painting in advance. Bring questions or work to share. With the remaining time we’ll paint a small study or painting exercise together.

 

Extras
Between zooms you can email Jessie with painting questions, for critiques, or for technique demos. Or email to get encouragement in your painting journey.