Painting one students are now working on an image of their own choosing. There are only three requirements for this painting. 1) The size : 24″ x 30″ 2) An original photo 3) In the spirit of the project’s title “multiples”. As you can see in the gallery below each …
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2012 Fall – Painting One
The block painting is our first foray into the realm of color for Painting I. Scary eh? These colored shapes are not exactly subtle. Color reflects from all directions from one object to the next. The final piece will be bold and saturated, however, everyone starts with a neutral gray …
The purpose of painting a black and white still life is to work on brush and paint mixing skills without the pressure and complication of color. Students are building volume and spacial relationships through light and dark. The black is made with Prussian Blue, Cad Yellow and Permanent Rose.
This is the first day of painting for Painting I. Everyone in class began working on the white still life. Graphite first, and then a mixed black ( Prussian Blue, Perm. Rose, and Cad. Yellow ) for massing in the shadows. Image captions to come soon.
This is a sped up 45 minute black and white painting demo for Painting One at Georgetown University. It is a simple subject with the purpose of showing the principals of layering paint in order to create volume and light.