Saturday, September 24, 2016
10:00AM - 4:00pm
Explorations in Oils or Pastels
Instructor: Janice Hamilton
This class will help the artist:
Place doors and windows in a building.
Make fence posts,
Assess how people and trees diminish as they go into the distance Paint a roof on a building correctly.
These are things that all artists should be familiar with and if not done correctly, can hurt the artists' sales or show chances.
After learning these rules, the class will draw a picture using these techniques.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Janice Hamilton is a wellknown Dallas artist who enjoys the influence of light and color using both oils and pastel.
Using her degree in education, she has taught in both public schools and Continuing Education classes for Richland and Brookhaven. She has given programs and taught workshops for numerous Texas art organizations and has judged many art shows, including the Dallas Business Community for the Arts, Richardson Art Societies Youth Show and TAPPS.
She has won numerous awards, has had onewoman shows, is a signature member of Associated Creative Artists (ACA), the Pastel Society of the Southwest (PSSW) and Texas and Neighbors Regional, and has been named as one of the “Master Pastel Artists of the World” in the International Artists Magazine.
Janice is past president of both ACA and PSSW.
18x24 pad of drawing paper (newsprint will work) Ruler
Drawing pencil and eraser