David Hornung

Sun, September 29 to Sat, October 5 2024

Improvisational Abstract Painting with David Hornung

Medium: Mixed Media

Level: All Levels

Location: Studio

Status: 6 spots left

Instructor's Website: https://www.davidhornung.com/

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In this relaxed, supportive workshop students make small scale acrylic paintings that explore the language of abstract painting through improvisation. The emphasis is on experimentation and workflow with a focus on process over product. Using a variety of tools, such as, knives, brushes, and blotting and scraping materials, students are encouraged to discover visual surprises that can be developed into compelling abstract compositions. Studio work is complemented by slides shows and discussions that examine historical and contemporary abstract painting.

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About David Hornung

David Hornung is a painter and collage artist whose work has been widely exhibited in the US and UK. Across a long career as an art professor, he has served on the faculties of The Rhode Island School of Design, Indiana University, Skidmore College, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn College, and Adelphi University. He is the author of Color: A Workshop for Artists and Designers (Laurence King Pub Ltd.), a color theory and practice textbook that has been translated into six languages and is used in art schools and private studios around the world. His work is represented by the Elena Zang Gallery in Woodstock New York, Pulp Gallery in Holyoke Ma., and Cynthia Winings Gallery at Blue Hill, Maine.


Rates & Enrollment

Day Student Tuition: $830.00

Full 5-Day Package*: $2,433.80-$2,647.64

*5-Day Workshop Package includes: Tuition for 5 full class days, 6 nights of dinner, lodging, breakfast, daily cookie and fruit breaks, unlimited coffee and tea, and welcoming wine and cheese reception. Your choice between a room to yourself (single occupancy) or bring a friend and split a room (double occupancy).

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