Painting—Representational to abstractionApply Now
ERIC DAY CHAMBERLINAUGUST 22-29This Class Is Full
You must be familiar with an idea in order to abstract it. We will begin by depicting the landscape, and as the work progresses we will begin to focus on key elements that are important to you. These could be textures, shapes, colors, etc. We will then explore methods of expressing these ideas in a way that is meaningful to you. Some painting experience is preferred, and if you already work abstractly this approach can be a way to take your work to the next level.
Eric will send a list of materials to bring.
ABOUT ERIC DAY CHAMBERLIN
Eric Day Chamberlain received a BFA in printmaking at the University of Washington in Seattle, including a term studying in Rome. He earned his MFA at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Eric returned to Seattle where he teaches at Pratt Fine Art Center. In 2011, he was awarded an artist in residence fellowship at the Vermont Studio Center. Eric’s work ranges from representational to abstract, his most current paintings being large still lifes inspired by houseware items. He is a regular exhibiting member of the innovative Shift Gallery in Seattle, and has a solo show coming up in February.
This workshop is offered: Morning