November 2nd - November 4th, 2017

10:00AM - 4:00pm


Class Description:

In this workshop we will concentrate on SIMPLICATION. We will work on values, edges, color harmony, design and lighting. Bev will demonstrate the advantages of a limited palette, with emphasis on values. Each day will include a demonstration and student painting time. There will be a critique of every artist’s work at the end of day 3.
The workshop will be informative, challenging and FUN! 


About the Instructor: 

Beverly Boren is a professional artist with a studio located in Trophy Club, Texas, where she actively pursues her profession. She enjoys painting a variety of subject matter including, florals, landscapes, figurative and portraits. She recently became interested in photography, partially due to her grandchildren.

Beverly is currently represented in the Frame Up Gallery in Mt. Vernon, Texas and The Last Gallery in McKinney, Texas. She is a past and present member of the following art associations: Signature Member of the Outdoor Painters Society, Signature Member of Southwest Watercolor Society, Pastel Society of the Southwest and Oil Painters of America.

She has participated in selected exhibitions where she has won numerous awards including:

Pastel Society of the Southwest Dallas 1999, Still Life Award, Dallas 2001, Merit Award, Pastel Society of the West Coast, San Diego, California, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, 1999, Award of Excellence, "Art Splash" Graham, Texas, Still Life Award 2006, Selected in National Top 100 "Arts for the Parks" Miniature Division, 2004

Supply List:  

Traditional Oils or Water Soluble Oils (your choice)

Cad Yellow Light

Cad Red Med.

Cad Red Dark


Cerulean Blue

Cobalt Blue

Ultramarine Blue


Ivory Black

Permanent Rose

If you choose to go with the water soluble, I would suggest you also get the water soluble medium

Traditional oils- get the odorless turp

Palette:  Plexiglass (PLEASE no paper palette)

Brushes:  Robert Simmons, Princeton good brands

Several Flat brushes #2,4 and 6)

Canvas:  8X10 to 12X16

If you have an easel, please bring it.