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WORKSHOP. Creating the Illusion of Fabric in Paint with Lin LaMer, Sep 13, 2015


Creating the Illusion of Fabric in Paint
with Lin La Mer

Sunday, September 13, 2015
12-3:00 pm

$30 Workshop

contact Lin to register

Fabric is important whether painting portraits, the clothed figure or still life. Fabric has been used throughout the history of painting to indicate social class, fashion and/or mood. Compare in your mind Sargent's full length portraits of society ladies dressed in elegant evening wear with the works documenting fishermen of the Adirondaks. You can immediately identify the fabrics in each work. There is no question the ladies wear silks, satins and other rare and expensive fabrics while the fishermen wear flannel and wool, often homespun and worn.

Lin's students report that her methods relieve their tensions and inhibitions about "oil painting." Drawing, building the grisaille or monochromatic value painting then adding color builds confidence and success. Come build beautiful paintings with Lin.

September 13th is class 6 in the series of 10.
Newcomers are always welcome as several new fabric still life models are prepared each session.
Contact Lin for information on what to bring and any preparation students should make in advance.
$30 per class or $270 all 10 classes
To Register contact Lin La Mer at draftaline50@msn.com
Payable to Lin La Mer in check or cash

Class 6: Sunday September 13th, Semi-transparent fabric part 2
Classes 7 and 8: September 27th and October 11th, Satin, solid color
Classes 9 and 10: October 25th and November 8th, Velvet

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