Figure Painting with Carol Broman: Nov. 8th & Nov. 9th, 2019

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Figure Painting with Carol Broman: Nov. 8th & Nov. 9th, 2019

290.00

Instructor: Carol Broman

Date: Friday, November 8th & Saturday, November 9th, 2019

Time: 10:00 AM-5:00 PM (break 12:30-1:30 PM) each day

Materials: The materials list is available through the hyperlink below. Students are responsible for purchasing their own materials.

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About: This workshop will introduce the student to foundational painting methods in the contemporary classical aesthetic applied to the study of the human form. From a single pose held by a model, students will follow teacher demonstrations for each phase of the process, from grisaille or monotone underpainting to a finish pass that seeks an efficient expression of form using the Munsell color model. This workshop will be an introduction to the process of painting the figure from life, beginning with a simple mass drawing in umber tones, that is subsequently developed and re-drawn with flesh tones that mimic the effect of light. Modes of seeing, drawing, light and color theory as well as palette organization will be discussed. Previous experience with oil paint and some drawing ability is preferred. Student may choose to work in monotone or umber tones only.

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Images: all by Carol Broman & provided courtesy of the artist

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About Carol Broman

Ft. Myers-based Carol Broman is well-known throughout Southwest Florida for her luminous still lifes and refined figurative work. Carol received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Jacksonville University, continued her studies with Anthony Ryder and Douglas Flynt, and went on to work at the Water Street Atelier with Jacob Collins. While at the Water Street Atelier in New York City, Carol was awarded a fellowship at the prestigious Hudson River Landscape School.

Since returning to Southwest Florida, Carol has exhibited and taught extensively, building both an impressive portfolio and reputation. Her works glow, demonstrating an ardent and lyrical commitment to representational art and its formal principles. Carol’s great sense of humor and empathy, coupled with her stunning work, make H&R Studio proud and excited to host her and her workshop. You can learn more about Carol and her work by visiting www.carolbroman.com.