Every artist needs a coach - someone you can rely on to answer questions, critique your work, steer you in the right direction, and encourage you when you need it the most. Looking to take your artistic talents to the next level? We're here to help.
Next February is a leap year for you. No, not that kind of leap year where there are 29 days in February. I’m talking about your painting skill leaping to the next level of understanding, and proficiency!
Are you a painting beginner who wants to learn painting essentials and the craft of painting? Then this workshop is for you.
Are you an intermediate painter who wants to learn painting skills, tips, and techniques to take your painting further than you thought possible? Then this workshop is for you.
Looking to try your hand at a new medium? Then this workshop is for you.
It doesn’t matter if you’re painting in acrylics, watercolor, or pastel, this workshop has something for everyone.
Want to paint a still life? Bring a set-up to paint from. Prefer to paint a landscape from a photo you bring to class? We’ll help you with that. You may even have time to do both! Are you working on a painting that needs a helpful critique? We’ll help with that, too.
Award-winning artist, Gerard Bianco, has been guiding artists for over forty years, teaching the craft of painting from the ground up. From the basics to the more intricate and subtle aspects of painting, his hands-on approach will help you to mix colors, understand values, and learn the craft of painting to take your art to new heights.
Here’s your opportunity to spend six hours with a painting professional who will personally guide you on your painting path.
This One-Day Workshop runs from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Sunday ___ Sign up here: https://artascope.org/.../painting-step-by-step-one-day.../
COMING SOON, a series of painting tips and techniques. The first one is titled, "Creating Skin Tones in Watercolor". (See below)
Gerard is offering private lessons in oil, pastel, and watercolor. Please contact us below if you are interested.
I'm often asked about the watercolors I use to create realistic skin tones. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to render life-like skin tones in watercolor. It's a fun, easy-to-follow tutorial where, together, we will create a chart of skin tone samples that you can refer to when creating your next painting.
Fun, easy, and a tutorial you can watch over and over..
You'll learn how to create life-like skin tones from colors you never imaged using! Many of which are straight out of the tube.
Choosing the right colors from the start will make or break you painting.