Bryan Memorial Gallery
Bryan Memorial Gallery

Workshops

 





Workshops & Demonstrations

9/23/2019 - 9/25/2109 8:30 - 4:00 daily

Painting With Eric

Led by Eric Tobin
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Members Price $300, Non-Members: $325

Full payment expected with registration.  Attendance is limited to 10 participants, so please register early.  Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. 

There is ONE scholarship available for  this workshop. To apply for consideration please apply using this document: Quimby Scholarship Applications

Master Vermont landscape painter Eric Tobin presents a three day workshop in September. Attendees will be treated to two plein air painting sessions per day, and include demonstrations, critiques, and discussions. The painting locations will be selected by Tobin, with each day consisting of a new location, and will include a morning session and an afternoon session at each place. Tobin will paint alongside the participants, offering commentary during each session.

Scheduled in anticipation of the abundance and bounty of the fall season, Tobin will focus the workshop’s attention the subtleties and nuance of the true Vermont autumnal experience.

This workshop is open to all wishing to attend, no matter what stage of their development. Tobin’s expertise is in the field of painting with oils, though artists in any medium are welcome to join. Participants should expect to start at least three paintings during the three day workshop.

Participants are responsible for their own art materials and their own meals and accommodations. 

A list of suggested materials in oil medium will be provided upon receipt of your registration, as well as a list of recommended local accommodations.

A more specific schedule will also be sent in response to your registration.  

Monday, October 21 - Wednesday, October 23 9AM - 3PM

Painting the Colors of Autumn.

Led by Andrew Orr
Registration Required     »register now

Members Price $300, Non-Members: $325

Full payment expected with registration.  Attendance is limited to 10 participants, so please register early.  Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. 

There is ONE scholarship available for  this workshop. To apply for consideration please apply using this document: Quimby Scholarship Applications

Andrew Orr invites you to a three day workshop, to focus on the principles in capturing the late autumnal landscape in its many facets. Attendees will learn how to effectively achieve the subtleties of color in what is considered the most brilliantly colorful time of year in Vermont. In addition, participants will be shown the diverse textures, so prevalent in the autumn landscape. These two basic elements will be used effectively to create paintings that are more life-like, telling a more complete story of the autumnal landscape. The workshop will utilize both plein air studies (weather permitting) as well as some studio time. Topics covered over the three days will include color mixing for more life-like autumn colors, techniques of painting bare trees, techniques of painting trees, and affective uses of light and shadow to create more drama in a painting.

Attendees are able to grow and develop at a rate that is to their comfort. Demos and individual discussions, instruction and critique will help each participant begin to reach the preliminary goals they are striving to meet. This workshop is open to all wishing to attend whether you are new to plein air or experienced. Andrew’s style of painting is highly representational with a focus on contemporary realism; all styles of painting are welcome to join the fun and learning at this most magical time of year. Brown bag lunch is the best way to keep the momentum and flow going over the 3 days of the workshop.

Thanks to the James M. Quimby, SR., Scholarship Fund one artist will be chosen for a full scholarship (workshop only) for this workshop. To apply visit:: QuimbyScholarship.pdf

A list of suggested materials in oil medium will be provided upon receipt of your registration, as well as a list of recommended local accommodations.

A more specific schedule will also be sent in response to your registration.