Apothecary on-line until May 15th at roundhillstudio.com
Jaime Lee Lightle B.A., CHRP, DTATI, Cand.
Gallery Director, Round Hill Studio
Saturday May 1st , Kelly Mitchelmore’s 12th annual spring show- “Beyond the Bubble”. This year the series is a contemporary oil collection of florals that reflect on the last years journey during covid. Available online and private personal viewings by appointment :)
Saturday May 1st at 12 pm the show will be launched with a virtual tour ( posted on Kelly’s website and Facebook) and all the works will be avail for purchasing at her online shop https://kellymitchelmore.ca/shop-ship/ ️. Shipping and curbside pick up is available and this year there is also the option for a 20 min viewing if your in the area!
The show runs for the weekend on May 1st and 2nd with appointments available each day – for more info or to book please go to https://kellymitchelmore.ca/beyond-the-bubble-appointments/ – spots are limited to 8 each day.
This series of workshops has all new subject matter on the topics of seascapes and landscapes. Surf and rocks, rural landscapes and even some figures/boats/vehicles in the landscapes/seascapes.
*includes recording following live zoom sessions and attendance in weekly Open Studio sessions
Chesapeake Fine Art Studio
Chesapeake Fine Art Studio
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Virtual Interactive Escapade Workshops
with French Escapade and Evelyn Dunphy
“Paint Live from your home with Evelyn and fellow artists”
White Peonies in a Swedish Vase
May 17, 18 & 19th
9:00 am – 12:00 noon PDT
12 noon – 3:00 pm EDT
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Atlantic ST
Three sessions 3 hours each
with follow up with Evelyn as wished
How many flower paintings are there in the world! We must dream up a personal interpretation, with our choice of flowers, the arrangement and lighting – what is included, what is omitted. In my imagination, it is the light that makes a subject worthy of a painting.
I cut peonies every summer and carry them around looking for good spots to take photos. This time I found it in the kitchen window where the afternoon light was streaming in. I brought the little blue table in and put the flowers on it. I watched as the light changed, and eventually, the reflections appeared. Voila! So exciting!
Here is our reference photo.
To sign up for the class, just go to “Book A View”
Composition is the first and most important consideration., Backlighting makes the image more dramatic. The dark values down the right hand side and along the base are a good example of “repoussoir”, the classic design principle in which a subject can be “framed” within the picture plane. Squint to see this more clearly.
How do you paint a white peony in the shadow? What is the “right” color for the shadowed areas of the white peonies.
Above is an example of a painting of peonies with very strong backlighting.
In this workshop I will be painting on paper which I have stretched over wooden stretchers, as used for canvas. Here are the reasons that I enjoy this surface so much. If you would like to try this, instructions and a short video will be sent to show you how to stretch the paper. However, if you prefer, you are welcome to use unstretched paper instead.
If you have any questions, please send me an email at email@example.com. I will hope to see you in this workshop!
To sign up, just go to “Book A View”
I’m very happy to include this review from an artist who has taken several workshops with me.
Thank you for another spectacular class. I’ve learned more from the workshops I’ve attended with you than I have in the collocation of books I’ve acquired over the past year or so and all the videos I’ve watched online combined. I’m grateful for your steady guidance at every step.
Evelyn Dunphy Studio
596 Fosters Point Road
West Bath, ME 04530