Studio Landscape Painting: 2-Day Workshop
Tiburon by Kim Sung, oil on canvas
About the instructor: Sung Eun Kim’s paintings capture and re-state the urban landscape by finding moments of beauty in everyday city life through his devoted consideration of light and color. From early morning fog to the hazy darkness of night, the varied characteristics of light provide fuel for Kim’s interpretation as both observer and artist. To Kim, illumination is the catalyst that lends the city its character, adding emotion and warmth where there would otherwise be none.
Sung completed his BFA in Painting & Drawing in 2010 at the California College of the Arts, and graduated in 2015 with an MFA in Painting from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Based in the Bay Area, He has exhibited and earned acclaim both nationally and internationally. He lives and maintains a studio practice in Alameda.
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Title: Studio Landscape Painting: 2-Day Workshop
Instructor: Sung Kim
Dates: June 17 and 24
Day & Time: Saturdays, 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Description: Students will learn the foundation skills to paint landscapes indoors using various techniques that Sung has been practicing for many years. Class will cover the principal stage of building up landscape including, proportion, composition, value variation and color temperature. Technical instructions will be presented with a demonstration, brief lecture and critique. Sung will assist student individually during the class hour. Students will work from photo reference (either they can bring their own photos or will be provided some references at the class).
Fees: $120 Members; $130 Non-members
Materials list: Will be provided upon registration
Notes: Class is open to all artistic levels 18 years and over. Limited number of seats
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