Still Life Painting: 2-Day Workshop
About the instructor: G. Marshall Hasbrouck studied at the Atelier School of Classical Realism in Oakland and at the Art Students League in New York City. In Panama, where he also completed his geography graduate research, Hasbrouck worked at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute as a biological illustrator for scientists.
Mr. Hasbrouck currently teaches physical geography at College of Alameda. He is a lifelong birder and has led natural history tours in Ecuador and Costa Rica.
Learn more about Marshall Hasbrouck.
Title: Still Life Painting: 2-Day Workshop
Instructor: Marshall Hasbrouck
Dates: November 8, 9
Day & Time: Saturday and Sunday, 9:00am – 4:00pm
Cost: $150 Members; $170 Non-members
Description: Led by artist Marshall Hasbrouck, students explore the basics of effective still life painting in a realistic style. This workshop introduces topics such as composition, values structure, color theory and separation of plane. The course consists of brief lectures and demonstrations with most of the time dedicated to hands-on practice. At the end of each session, the work will be critiqued in the spirit of learning how to paint effective images.
Medium: Oils; students may work in watercolors or acrylics too.
Notes: All artistic levels are welcome. Over 18. Minimum enrollment required for workshop to proceed.
Materials list: A materials list will be provided upon registration.
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