Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Intermediate Painting Workshop
Problem Solving Your Paintings

Four Day Painting Workshop with Seamus Berkeley


Three Scallions, 4" x 9", Oil on canvas (click image to visit the blog)


This 4-day workshop is designed to take you to a new level in your painting. Expand your means of expression by taking another look at composition including setup, placement, measurement and design to achieve a better result in space division, eye pathways and focal points. We will discuss brushwork and color mixing as well. The focus of this workshop will be on increasing your skills and ability to problem-solve your own work. The goal is to empower you to get what you want our of your painting. Seamus has a way of clearly expressing his in-depth knowledge of the painting process and he makes learning a pleasurable experience. He uses demonstration, discussion and one on one interaction in teaching.

This workshop is designed for intermediate students. It is open to artists who have previously attended a Seamus Berkeley workshop or for those who have some familiarity with their medium.

Note: Seamus works in oils and instruction will focus on this medium although the workshop is open to students who work in other media.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

Seamus Berkeley has taught drawing, fundamentals of painting and portraiture classes and workshops for over 20 years in a number of places including the Taos Institute of Arts and at the University of New Mexico and his studios in Berkeley, California and Taos, New Mexico. He is a commissioned artist whose fine art works are owned, respected and enjoyed by collectors worldwide.

Seamus has won regional and national awards, including Best Portrait at the Oil Painters of America. He is the founder and past-president of the Taos Society of Portrait Artists and a member of the Oil Painters of America. His work has been featured in such publications as Southwest Art, Information Warehouse, The Taos News, Art-Talk and The Trail-Gazette. His work has been exhibited at the Rane Gallery in Taos, New Mexico and the Tennyson Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Visit his website at www.seamusberkeley.com.

LOCATION: Studio 40, 933 Parker Street between 7th & 8th Streets in Berkeley, California.

DATE: Thursday, October 25 through Sunday, October 28, 2007

FEE: $495 plus $30 Models fee; Register before September 25 for $445; Last date for registration: October 11, 2007

Class size limited to 10 students

To obtain further information (supply list, map, lodging, etc) and to register, please contact Sally Stewart at 510-235-1121

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