This class will function mostly as a step-by-step demonstration of a head painting process in oils. We will be covering drawing and value using a monochrome palette for the first week. The second week will cover temperature with a limited palette. The following week will also be a limited palette session but with a few more colors. The last class will be a full palette that utilizes the lessons from the previous 3 classes. The instructor will be painting from reference photos that the students will have access to prior to class. Students are encouraged to paint along with instructor.
Not to worry, if you miss a session, students have access to watch recorded session for 7-days.
Unable to attend a sessions? No worries, ALL students will have access to watch the recorded session for 7-days. Recording available 1 day after live session.
- Radiant White (Gamblin) and Olive Green, Ultramarine Blue, Alizarin Crimson (all Winsor Newton) for Monochromatic week
- Burnt Sienna (Winsor Newton) added to first week’s palette for the second class, Temperature week
- Scarlet Lake and Yellow Ochre (both Winsor Newton) added to the previous week’s palette for third class, Limited Palette Week
- Cadmium Green Pale, Cadmium Yellow Light or Indian Yellow, Manganese Blue, Dioxazine Violet (all Winsor Newton recommended) added to previous week’s palette for last class, Full Palette Week
- Small, Medium, and Large filbert bristle brushes, two of each is plenty
- 9″x12″ or 11″x14″ canvas recommended
- Gamsol solvent and silicoil jar
- Paper towels/paint rag
- Paper palette pad, gray color is recommended
This online course requires the use of the Zoom program. You will need a computer, tablet or smartphone (with camera preferred) and internet. To download the program, click on the following link: zoom.us/download.
A Zoom meeting link will be sent to you up to 24 hours prior to your class start date. If you need help with Zoom, please let us know and we will schedule a short tutorial for you prior to your class.
Andrew Park is a figurative artist working in Los Angeles. His paintings strive to capture subtle moments in peoples’ lives. The work also goes experimental with its colors, distortion, and vortical strokes. His other passion is teaching which forces him to create a logic and understanding to the otherwise fleeting thoughts that go through an artist’s mind when creating. People and their effect on the world and others is above all the most important subject matter that causes Andrew Park to create.
LAAFA reserves the right to cancel any class/workshop, limit workshop size, change workshop times or substitute instructors for those listed in the schedule. If a workshop is cancelled; students may transfer to another workshop, use credit on artschoolvideos.com, keep credit on file or be issued a full refund.
All online classes and workshops are non-refundable, non-transferable and no makeups are available.
A 7-day recording is provided the day after the online live class. No recording extensions are permitted.
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