What artist doesn’t wish to have time to paint without interruption? There are dozens of workshops out there to prove we crave that time away, we love having an instructor to keep us on track, and we can’t wait to learn new ways to create. Add in a dose of charm and a town with options for shopping, eating and down-time, and Adele Castillo has the perfect option for you.
The talented Adele Crowgey Castillo will be leading a workshop called Pushing the Color at DCAC in April. In this workshop, students will learn to use color regardless of whether their preferred palette is traditional or modern. With morning exercises exploring color families and more, followed by afternoons to apply those lessons, students will leave with more color knowledge and tools to use in your future art work.
You can look forward to:
Goal setting as a way to expedite your painting process
Exploring color choices and how to push yourself to a new level
Demonstrations to help get your days’ activity started
Snack and Stretch breaks
One on one guidance along the way
For fun: information regarding color – origins, sources, tidbits of interest
Flexibility for the artist who paints quickly and the artist who takes a more measured approach
The deadline to sign up is February 3. Visit Adelecastillo.com for more information or to register.