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Huihan Liu oil painting workshop
3-Day Painting Workshop by Huihan Liu Dates: May 2,3,4th 2019 Location: Art Room, Central Activities Center Class Schedule: 9:30-4:30 PM, One Hour Lunch Break Oil Painting / For All Levels Objective: This intensive 3-day workshop is designed for painters who already have painting experience but would like to continue improving their craftsmanship and visual concept. The workshop will focus on painting from a model in different settings. There will be deep discussion regarding visual elements such as design, placement of composition, and focal point. The instructor will be doing a painting demonstration each morning and a one-hour slide show presentation. Individual attention will be given to each student throughout the workshop.
Huihan has been teaching many invitational painting workshops around the country such as: Fechin Painting Workshop in Taos, NM; Scottsdale Artists’ School in Scottsdale, AZ; Fredericksburg Artists School in Fredericksburg, TX; Pixar Studio in Emeryville, CA; California Art Club in Pasadena, just to name a few. He was an award juror for Oil Painters of America National Show in 2015, and several times in different venues. Huihan served in the Academy of Art University in SF from 1993-2011, as an instructor and graduate school advisor.
Huihan is a Master Signature Member of Oil Painters of America. A Signature Member of California Art Club. A Master Signature Member of America Impression Society.
Huihan and his wife Weizhen Liang who is also a professional painter moved to Santa Rosa from Kensington, East Bay in 2017. /huihanweizhenart.com
Lian Zhen Workshop June 6, 7, 8, 2019 Location: Art Room, Central Activities Center Schedule: 9:30-4:00 each day Workshop Fee: $235.00
Lian teaches basic techniques such as composition and coloring, and his unique methods include "Color Pouring and Blending" and "Paint Around". Only three primary colors will be used for painting. There are 4-6 short demos each day with student practice in between, so that they can absorb and assimilate the lessons. In critiques Lian helps students by touching up their paintings. By end of the workshop students may be able to finish a couple of paintings, or learn enough techniques to complete them later. See watercolor materials list at the instructor’s website: http://www.lianspainting.com/workshops.htm