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Paul Schulenburg- Painting the Model- Oil

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Paul Schulenburg- Painting the Model- Oil

from 375.00

Dates: May 5+6 (SAT & SUN)

Times: 9am - 4pm

Price: $375 member/ $425 non-member

 

Working from a live model, Paul will demonstrate his approach to creating a convincing figure painting in Oil. Discussing composition, focal point, color temperature, edges and capturing the subtleties of the mood, Paul will instruct students in the workshop in ways to better achieve successful results. He will help students understand ways to mix color, use painting mediums and understand drying times, and to use these elements to their advantage.

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Suggested Materials 

 

Oil paints and the usual equipment (brushes, brush washer, medium,  etc).
Panels or canvases (12 x 16 up to 18 x 24 preferred)
Bristle oil brushes as well as a few softer brushes of various sizes would be helpful. Some big,  some small. At least one brush that is 1.5 to 2 inches wide. 
Odorless mineral spirits or Turpenoid for brush cleaning.
Liquin or Galkyd SD painting medium, or something similar.  
Cotton rag (old tee-shirt is good) 

The following are colors I typically use, (plus cad red light and cad red dark but it can be easier to use a more limited palette). Terra Rosa can be very helpful for mixing skin tones.  Bring what you are used to and if you don't have something I may be able to supply you with certain colors. Quinacridone red is a pinker red and I put that next to my purple to separate if from the cad reds, which are warmer. 

I don't use pthalo blue or green very much as they are very strong and tend to become too prominent. 

These are currently arranged on my palette starting with white in the upper right corner, moving through the spectrum counter-clockwise on my palette to yellow in the lower left corner.  

(* indicates colors that may be more important to have)

White*
Quinacridone Red
Alizarine Crimson* 
Dioxyzine Purple*
Ultramarine Blue*
Cobalt Blue
Viridian
Prussian Green*
Sap Green
Raw Umber*
Burnt Sienna*
Terra Rosa*
Raw Sienna
Yellow Ochre*
Cadmium Red Medium*
Cadmium Yellow

I would recommend panels or canvases that are 12 x 16” and up to 18 x 24” depending on what you are comfortable with. One for Saturday and one for Sunday. And maybe a spare in case you want to start over.

*Cancellation Policy: To reserve a space a 50% deposit, including a non-refundable $20 application fee, is required. Full payment is due 60 days prior to the workshop. No refunds will be given within 60 days of the workshop unless we are able to fill your space. Once a workshop is wait-listed full payment is required no matter of the date. Cancellation requests must be in writing.

Thank you to our workshop sponsors, the Chatham Bars Inn and the Chatham Wayside Inn, for graciously accommodating our workshop Instructors.