Developing Interesting Brushstrokes and Marks

$55

Online Demo
through Penn Studio School of Art
2-1/2 hours
 

When: January 16 (Tuesday), 1 – 3:30 pm Chicago time
or watch any time

Painting medium: Oil paint

Learn about: Painterly brush marks can be used to add interest to traditional oil paintings, impressionist paintings, and abstract work. Because these marks look fresh and effortless, the process of making them is often misunderstood. They don’t have to be fast, and they don’t have to follow the “put it down and leave it” rule!

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Promo Video: https://youtu.be/KuKH4o0exkc

Demo Description
Painterly brush marks can be used to add interest to traditional oil paintings, impressionist paintings, and abstract work. Because these marks look fresh and effortless, the process of making them is often misunderstood. They don’t have to be fast, and they don’t have to follow the “put it down and leave it” rule!

Over the last several years of teaching, Jessie has learned how some common artists’ misconceptions about fresh marks can frustrate and hinder the painting process – and how thinking about loose, painterly marks a little differently can be freeing and lead to better art.

Jessie has developed a painting process that combines playfulness and discovery with deliberate decisions and slowing down at the right times. Her work has long been described as “painterly” and “fresh”, and during this demonstration workshop she will show you exactly how she creates the beautiful brush marks she’s known for.

She’ll show you her favorite brushes, palette knife, and squeegee, and how she uses them.

After a presentation and demonstration, there will be lots of time to get answers to your questions.

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