//Qiang Huang “En Plein Air” Workshop
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Studio B Art Gallery will be hosting a workshop,

“En Plein Air”  by Qiang Huang

First Place Winner 2018 – Plein Air Easton Quick Draw

 This will be an intense and rewarding plein air workshop focusing on creating dramatic composition; simplifying and editing; using bold and loose strokes; and creating energetic paintings through the use of color, values, edges and brushwork.

Also included will be demonstrations, presentations and individual assistance based on personal skill levels and goals.

All levels and mediums are accepted.

July 8th through July 10th, 2019

9 AM to 4 PM

Limited to 15 participants

Apply early for this exciting workshop.

To view Qiang Huang’s art, visit www.qh-art.com.

The workshop fee is $395.00.

To sign up, or for more information, contact Betty Huang, Owner,
Studio B Art Gallery, at 443-988-1818, email: betty@studioBartgallery.com

 

Event Reviews:

“His instruction and daily demos were highly informative and extremely valuable to any plein air artist, or actually, any artist. I’ve already started using what I’ve learned from the workshop in my work. Kudos to Betty and Eddie for creating a great educational and socially engaging environment.”

– Rachel

 

“Many thanks for hosting the Qiang Huang workshop.  I thought it was very informative and I very much enjoyed Qiang’s instructional demonstrations and helpful critiques.  He was very easy to follow and yet respectful of our ineptness… I know I will benefit from his many helpful suggestions.”

– Jerry

 

“What a fabulous workshop!!  I can’t tell you how much useful information I learned from Qiang… I can tell my painting has changed for the better.  Even my husband said there was a change.  Qiang is such a great teacher and has inspired us all!!  His critique was spot on!! And lastly it was so much FUN!”
– Marilyn

 

“I learned so much and had such a great time… Meeting new people, all really talented artists, is so stimulating and fun. I can’t wait to put what I learned into practice.”

– Paula