The Painting Studio
Date: 10 Saturdays, September 9 – November 18 (no class 10/7)
Time: 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Classroom 3A
Instructor: Paul Iezzi
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Tuition: $390, Members save 10%
Students looking to improve their technique working in Acrylic, Watercolor or Pastel are welcome. Subject matter will include landscape, still life, and portraiture. Students are encouraged to express creativity and personal vision.
Download material list here.
• Stretch Canvas 16" x24"
• Paints – If you haven't much experience painting in Acrylic, a basic introductory set of colors (Grumbacher, Windsor) will ideally suit your needs. You can also buy the tubes individually.
Basic Colors: Alizarin Crimson, Ultramarine Blue, Cadmium Red Light, Cadmium Yellow Light, Titanium White, Ivory Black, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre, Cerulean Blue, Viridian Green, Orange, Raw Umber.
• Brushes, a selection of flats and rounds
One large brush 1" flat
One brush ¾" flat
One brush ½" flat
One brush 1/4" flat or round
One brush 1/8" flat or round
• Palette: Commercially made wood, masonite, or paper disposable palette
• Vine charcoal – medium
• Paper towels
• 6b pencil
• Small drawing sketchbook
About the Instructor
Nature for Paul, is the stimulus for artistic expression - the essence of the work of art. His endeavor is unity of formal consideration, with the process of thought, the spontaneity of vision is sought to achieve simple awareness of living. Harmony and balance are key components in the construction of image. Of course, a little disorientation could lead to insight. Color lays the foundation for all of his work. Whether abstract, figurative, or figuration, color emotes the possibilities of the universe. This revelation becomes clear and begins to take shape as the work evolves. "My methods and approaches vary according to the subject. Changes happen and occur spontaneously as needed. I find media and methodology change to suit the course of life's events. Creativity is an expression of what is experienced, thought, felt." Visit Paul's website.