With a focus on color and light, Sally demonstrates how to “key” a painting and create light using value comparison for composition and rendering form. Concepts of color relativity, harmonizing color masses, the effects of light on color, and optical mixing of layered color are explored. Sally poses questions you can use as tools to showcase beautiful color and light to create a compelling motif. Painting from clothed models and still life, each student receives individual attention and critiques. Demonstrations, lectures and slide shows are designed to help you achieve light-filled paintings with vibrant color.
About Sally Strand
A native of Colorado now residing in California, Strand has been exhibiting professionally as an artist for over 35 years. Strand was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2007, the highest commendation of the Pastel Society of America, NY. She is the recipient of numerous top awards, including the PSA Master Pastelist distinction and the IAPS Master Circle Medal. Her solo exhibitions in galleries and museums include a one-person retrospective of pastel and oil paintings at the Bakersfield Museum of Art in California.
Widely published in books and magazines internationally, her work is also represented in many private, corporate and museum collections including the Butler Institute of American Art. Strand studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago, the Art Students League and National Academy of Design in New York. She holds a BFA degree from the University of Denver and an MFA from Laguna College of Art and Design. Strand teaches workshops and master classes internationally.
Learn more about Sally Strand on her website: http://sallystrand.com/
Rates & Enrollment
Day Student Tuition: $1,020.00
Full 5-Day Package*: $2,124.00-2,292.00* + Service Charge & Tax
*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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