April 14 Landscape: Reality, Memory, Imagination

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April 14 Landscape: Reality, Memory, Imagination

from 150.00

Saturday, April 14, 3 – 6pm
Location: 817 W. Davis #110 Street
Instructor: Erika Duque
# of Students: 4 - 10

Class will begin with a short introduction to the history of landscape painting and painters. The student will create a landscape based on reality, memory and or imagination. This workshop will teach several painting techniques using quality acrylic paint, as well as balance and composition, and how to translate a photograph into a painting whilst embracing your own personal style and imagination. The instructor will provide images of landscapes from National Parks, but students may bring their own photos for inspiration or reference. The instructor will also provide a small acrylic palette (student may take palette home). Each of the class members will leave with their own 16 “x 20” landscape painting.

Bio: Erika Duque is a painter who lives and works in Fort Worth, TX. She is originally from Flushing, Queens, NY. Duque received her BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is currently an MFA candidate at TCU in painting and graduates in May of 2018. http://www.erikaduque.com

*Bring a friend and receive a 10% discount. If you'd like to bring a group please call or email for discounted rates.

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