Workshops

Plein Air Workshop: Naples, FL

Course Starts: 1/7/22

Course Ends: 1/8/22

Day/Time: Friday, Saturday 9am-4pm

Location: LePrince Fine Art, 639 Eighth St. S. Naples, FL 34102

Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor

Tuition: $300

Learn how to paint beautiful landscapes of Naples, FL on location! In this class, we will discuss the fundamentals of painting en plein air (on location) as well as more advanced topics like drawing, composition, and color theory.

Day 1 of the workshop will begin with a 30 minute lecture at LePrince Fine Art to discuss the core concepts of plein air painting. This will be followed by a 2 hour painting demonstration by Marc. Students are encouraged to ask questions throughout the lecture and demonstration.

The class will have a 1 hour lunch break.

Afterwards, students will begin work on their own paintings while Marc goes around to each student giving individualized instruction. Class will end at 4pm, but students may continue to paint if they wish.

Day 2 will begin with a short discussion of the previous day’s work followed by a 3 hour demo. After a 1 hour lunch, students will again be let loose to tackle their own paintings while Marc gives individual instruction.

We will end the workshop with a group critique and review everything we’ve learned, had issues with, and what the next step will be in each of our artistic journey.

Plein Air Workshop: Naples, FL

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$300.00

Painting Realistic Landscapes (Virtual Workshop)

Course Starts: 2/8/22

Course Ends: 2/9/22

Day/Time: Tuesday & Wednesday, 9-11am

Location: Virtual

Medium: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor

Tuition: $150 WBCA Members, $187 Non-Members

Learn how to paint believable landscapes with authentic light from the comfort of your home! In this class, we will discuss the fundamentals of landscape painting as well as more advanced topics like color
theory and how to paint beautiful light effects.

Day one of the workshop will begin with a 30 minute lecture and slide presentation followed by a 90
minute demonstration by the instructor. Students are encouraged to ask questions during the lecture
and demonstration.

Day two of the course will begin with a 15-30 minute discussion of the previous day’s demo. This will be
followed by a 90 minute demonstration highlighting any questions or issues the students encountered
during the course.

Students will then be given a homework assignment of creating one landscape painting either from life
(en plein air) or from a photograph.

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