In this workshop, participants learn the subtle, systematic process of painting with dots and dashes using gouache on neutral gray paper. Because it is a slow, methodical process, it gives you time to try things and make adjustments. Since it is a "slow build"...Pointillism is more forgiving than most other forms of painting. You learn to mix colors, render form with color, and really "see" what you are painting. The result is that people surprise themselves with what they can do.
It is my favorite class to teach.
|Finished! Painting by Suzanne Jackson|
|Finished! Painting by Jeanne Maasch|
|Finished! Painting by Annie Vrijmoet|