Date: Three Wednesdays in April 2023: 5th,12th and 19th.
Time: 9:30AM to 12:30 PM
Cost: $150 for three sessions (members rate $135)
Level: Intermediate /Advanced
Limit: min. class size: 6 / max class size 8
Supplies: whatever painting materials you possess plus a trial frame or matt.
Demonstrations will be in watercolor and acrylics
Other: no additional fees
Class Description: Emphasis on compositional rhythms, advancing and receding color, strategies for revision and unpacking examples of master paintings. Sessions will be a combination of demonstration, discussion, critique and studio practice in response to the interest of participants. Individual expression based on the fundamentals underlying different media and practice will be encouraged through abstract considerations which are the backbone of compelling imagery.
Instructor Bio: Erik Sandgren makes prints and paintings that reference the light, patterns and motion of nature and evoke the sensory experience of Pacific Northwest landscapes. Born in Oregon and educated at Yale and Cornell, he is the son of painter Nelson Sandgren (1917-2006). Since 1989 Erik has been painting Northwest lands and waters in the light of myth, history and origins. Their topographical references are observed, imagined and remembered.