#PleinAirPainting – End of Week 3

What a GREAT 3 weeks we have had. One week to go – one more painting. While we were able to get a painting a day (for the most part done with watercolors, the acrylics seem to take a lot longer. I am VERY proud of the work of my students. The work they have been producing, the lessons they are learning, the techniques they are experimenting with. Successes and failures abound, but in the end, the experiences are why these five are taking the time out of their valuable (and fun filled) summer. Thanks all!

#Paintings and the #Street – #PleinAirPainters

Plein Air Painting: Last day out on the street!

Shelby Keefe Painting a store front – ALL is worthwhile of painting! http://www.greens-n-grains.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/artist-shelby-keefe.jpg
  • NVAS: 1.2P: Shape an artistic investigation of an aspect of present-day life using a contemporary practice of art or design.
  • Question to begin with: What did the painting of the complementary colors do for your painting? How does the underpainting help the composition (or is it hindering the painting)? What do you look forward to as you head out today? What does working in the town do DIFFERENTLY for you than painting out in the nature?

What are your TOP 3 learning experiences from this week? What are 2 things you would like to focus on next week – our last week together? What is ONE thing you would share with your classmates (current or future) about the process of painting?

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