Museum School Workshops: Painting

Paint in the field or study a variety of approaches in the studio. Whether it’s the figure, landscape or abstraction created in oils, acrylics, watercolor, ink, gouache, encaustics or pastels, you’re bound to get that brush moving!

Online: Figure Artists who want to Learn Hofmann's Push/Pull Theory with Laura Shabott and Alana Barrett

May 16
Sunday, 10-2pm (with a lunch break)

$125 for members, $150 for non-members, 1 session

Hofmann’s theory of pushing and pulling a composition on a two-dimensional surface is best understood when working from life. The course begins with a lecture on Hofmann’s push/pull theory by viewing his work and his students' …

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Online: Identity & Experience: Painting Our Lives with Pete Hocking

May 29 - June 5
Saturdays, 11-5pm

$285 for members, $300 for non-members, 2 sessions

From time to time, every artist wonders what their work is about. Evocative paintings often imbue the essence of the artist in the paint — whether through choice of content or the rhythms of paint …

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Online: Painting Intensive with Nancy Hart

June 24 - June 25
Thursday + Friday, 10-3 (lunch break from 12-1)

$285 for members, $300 for non-members, 2 sessions

Prior to the start of the workshop, students will receive an email with writings on creativity, quotes and other material to open up space for renewed insights to unfold in our session.  Thursday June 24th 10 …

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Plein Air: Color Boot Camp with John Clayton

July 5 - July 9
Monday-Friday, 9:30-12:30

$380 for members, $400 for non-members, 5 sessions

This workshop will focus on the elements of outdoor painting, as well as natural light. The emphasis will be in learning to see color and light creating accurate color relationship in the landscape, portrait (head) …

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Online: Queer Men Making Figure Paintings with Pete Hocking

April 17 - April 24
Saturdays, 11-5pm

$285 for members, $300 for non-members, 2 sessions

The male figure, the autobiographic figure, the desired figure are all part of the history of Queer men working as painters. Often pursued surreptitiously in the past, contemporary queer artists are explicitly developing work that …

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