Painting the Tonalist Landscape in Oils

Howard Park
Saturday & Sunday, October 21 & 22 ; 10:00am - 3:00pm
LAA Member: $250 ; Non-LAA Member: $275
Class Cap:
12 people
Howard Park, "Morgan Point Light", oil

Tonalism emerged in the 1880s characterized by moody and atmospheric paintings done with a range of lighter or darker shades of one color. By conveying the essence of the subject using a limited range of color, tonalism requires a focus on dark and light values to convey an introspective mood. In this 2-day workshop students will learn how to paint in a tonalist style using a limited palette with a focus on value and temperature, and to develop a composition that is unified by the sense of atmosphere and light. This workshop will include demonstrations focused on brushwork using large brushes and using a palette knife for highlights.

All levels of students welcome.

About the Artist: Howard Park

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