Instructor: Erin Raedeke
Tuesday and Wednesday, January 14 and 15
Patterned fabrics and objects add visual energy and rhythm in a still life or figure set-up. But how does the painter get the sense of the pattern without having to replicate every detail and repeat of the pattern? How can some marks stand in for many and how does the pattern and its color relationships shift with the plane changes and folds of the fabric or object? This workshop will explore some tips and solutions for working with the often confounding yet exhilarating problems of working with pattern.
Who is this workshop for: This workshop helps those with basic painting and color mixing skills to apply those skills to a more complex observational problem.