Saturday, April 11, 10am to 2 pm at the Palmer Museum
Tuition is $50 for members ($55 nonmembers) • Beginning-advance artists & students welcome
Ages 12 years old and up
Call early to reserve your spot! Call 746-7668
Local artist Talya Johnson will be guiding participants in color exploration through this hands-on workshop. The group will be painting a still life of primary colored blocks.
Invented by the late Henry Hensche, color block studies are an excellent tool in learning to see the relationships between colors.
What to bring: Different brands name their paints differently, so pigment numbers are also listed. Bring single pigment paints if at all possible. Acrylics and oils will be available for those who can’t find certain colors. Please do not bring any solvents to class. Canvas/painting surface will be provided. Because of the nature of painting with the palette knife, this class is geared toward acrylic and oil painters.