W I N T E R P A L A C E S T U D I O
classically trained artists
300 Shades of White
Tuesdays, November 20 - December 18
Lighting the lantern –
the yellow chrysanthemums
They say WHITE is the most difficult color to paint, so we would like to dedicate our next workshop to this elusive color. We will study it in depth, from color theory to practical applications. We will see how the Impressionism influenced color theory and clarified what artists instinctively knew before.
To materialize this new understanding of color we will make a copy of one of the paintings by the masters. We have a great selection of the most beautiful images from the past that illustrate our theme, but may be you can find one of your own too. There are many fascinating examples among the Pre-Raphaelites, like Alma-Tadema for example, or the Impressionists like Sargent, Whistler, and others. Please look for files with very high resolution images.
As usual we will have a show of finished paintings at the gallery for the following month.
We look forward to working with you on this project!
Phone: 301 263 0000
Address: 1054 31st Street NW Washington DC 20007