“Working Large without Fear” painting workshop

“Working Large” is a three-day studio class, Feb. 18-20, with a fun and intensive exploration of handling a large canvas. Painters are encouraged to leave the “comfort zone” and work larger than their customary sizes. Learning how to select compositions that “work” for large-scale paintings, we will create them without letting the bigger format intimidate!

 

Painters will be working in their choice of oil, acrylic or watercolor with daily demonstrations and one-to-one instruction. Also included is a “Get Acquainted” party on the evening of Feb. 17.

 

For more information on this or other workshops in 2016, or to register, please visit williamjameson.com or email billjameson0593@gmail.com. Early registration is encouraged as this workshop is limited in size and fills quickly!

 

-Submitted by Cathy Jackson

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