Atelier Advanced, Fall: Edgar Payne Landscape Strategy
Sept 15 - Nov 17; Tues, 1:30-3:30pm (10-week Term)
Students will have the option of joining either with Zoom or in-person (as safety guidelines permit) in small groups (up to 4). In other words, there will be a zoom camera switched on each day. The instructor will teach with the camera and speaker setup for students using Zoom to be able to interact during the class--especially during lectures and studio work time--to receive feedback on their projects.
During the class for those working in-person, masks and safety measures will be required for attendence. Anyone who has been in the vicinity of a known or possible Covid-19 exposure MUST choose to attend via Zoom until tested and receiving a negative test result from your healthcare provider. If you have any symptoms of any virus, cold or flu, you are asked to refrain from attending in-person classes.
This 10-week term is the first in a multi-term sequence designed for students who have completed the foundation atelier program. Each quarter of this sequence will focus on developing greater technical familiarity with a specific genre, but will include helps for painting across genres (still-life, portraiture and landscape). There will be a variety of weekly assignments and a single term-length project (to be discussed in class) each quarter. Weekly assignments completed outside of class will be followed by weekly group critiques, an analysis of historical (or current) methods related to a particular idea and procedural recommendations for the following week.
Please note: This course is not open to beginning students.
Fall 2020 ATELIER Advanced Techniques
During the first three weeks of study, if a student determines that they cannot for any reason continue with the class, a pro-rated percentage will be refunded.