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Establishing Light in Painting
Workshop with Daniel Robbins at The Academy Art Museum
Sponsored by Studio B Art Gallery
This workshop will focus on the process of establishing light and luminosity in painting. Light is something that must be built into a painting using an indirect method: multiple layers of paint to
create a complex optical effect. Direct painting – also referred to as alla prima or premier coup painting – does not suffice when light is the focus of the piece. Because of this, the workshop
will focus on the process and application of painting in layers using the indirect method. The proper use of the materials for achievability will be discussed in addition to impasto, glaze, and
scumble techniques. Acrylic paint or a fast drying oil medium will be used to insure that the layers of paint are dry enough to add additional layers of paint on the following days.

Academy Art Museum – 106 South St, Easton, MD
Dates: May 10-12, 10 am to 5 pm
Cost: $495 – Registered participants will receive supplies needed for the workshop
Contact us for more information: betty@studioBartgallery.com | 443-988-1818
To register toady, please send check payable to:
Studio B Art Gallery
“Establishing Light in Painting” Workshop
7B Goldsborough St.
Easton, MD 21601

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