David Dunlop’s Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Live Online Workshop – 11am EDT (Wild Meadows and Gardens)

$50.00

21 in stock

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David Dunlop’s Tuesday, September 14, 2021 Live Online Workshop -11am EDT – Wild Meadows and Gardens.  
Join David for more adventures in landscape painting !  In this live online workshops on Zoom, David will bring you a wealth of artistic, historical, and scientific information, exploration of artistic precedents, unique painting demonstrations, encouragement, exciting painting techniques and tips, and insights in his entertaining way.   Assuming that there are no technical issues, we will also post a recorded version of the Workshop that you can access for later viewing.

When you purchase the Workshops, your purchase confirmation will contain the the Zoom link to join each workshop together with the link to the webpage containing the recorded version of the workshop and its related password.  We will also send this same information to you in an email before each workshop.

a.  Live Studio Discussion and Painting Demonstration by David (1.5-2 hours).    David will present his painting topic of Wild Meadows and Gardens in his inimitable style.  He will introduce the topic by discussing other images from different photographs and paintings to illustrate his discussion – from Old Master to contemporary paintings.  He will select a composition, diagram the painting, discuss his palette considerations, and then complete a unique demonstration painting  of a Wild Meadows and Gardens landscape.

b.   Recordings of the workshops will be available for workshops participants after the workshop, assuming there are no technical problems.

c.   Zoom Video Conferencing.   We are using the Zoom video conferencing technology, which also allows us to record the workshops.  You can use the free Zoom option and you will need to register at Zoom before the class.  Click here for more information on how to register for Zoom.  Please update your Zoom software because there have been issues with Zoom because of the recent surge in usage because so many people are now at home.