Clouds and Skies: Exploring Horizons
Instructor: Kimberlee Maselli
Class Code: KM190414
Workshop Fee: $120.00
Medium: Oils or Acrylics
Sunday, April 14th, Noon-5:00pm
For All Skill Levels!
No matter where you live, the sky offers an ever-changing scene to paint, but where do you begin? And how do you create clouds with dimension? This class will help you develop a complete understanding of how to plan and execute sky paintings. We’ll cover the pros and cons of using a photo reference, creating a strong composition and center of interest, and applying atmospheric perspective. Step-by-step exercises help you develop confidence and have a better understanding of how to paint skies and clouds. You’ll leave understanding how to create a sense of drama, atmosphere and form in all your skies.
Price includes paints and mediums for class use, a new brush, an instruction booklet, color wheel, mixed media paper to experiment on and plenty of one on one attention.
Supplies to bring:
Brushes: 1 or 2 medium sized brushes (1/2”-1”)
Creative Mark #4 palette knife (or similar size and shape)
1 stretched canvas or canvas panel (any size between 9x12 and 16x20)
Palette paper pad or covered plastic palette holder
Roll of paper towels
A container for solvents (If using oils)
3-4 sky photos that inspire you (printed or on an IPad. cell phone images are too small to use as a reference)