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Steven Assael Master Color Workshop, Painting from a Live Model- 2019

 

4 Day workshop

January 31, February 1, 2,3, 2019 (4) Days

 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,

Hours: 10:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Lunch 1:30-2:15 p.m.

Email registration form and payonline or via check. 

BACAA Steven Assael Registration form (PDF)

Steve will discuss both an analytical and emotive approach to painting the human figure with an emphasis on color and value relationships in a related atmosphere. The class will consist of a single long pose in both cool and warm light. The development of form through an observation and interpretation of plane shifts projecting and receding from the eye will be stressed. Aspects of anatomy, proportion and movement will be discussed along with the development of an Alla Prima technique which involves both scumbling and glazing.  The course will involve lectures, demo’s and critiques on a daily basi

January 31, February 1, 2,3, 2019 (4) Days

Hours: 10:45 a.m.-5:00 p.m.Lunch 1:30-2:15 p.m.

Cost: $790.00

Pay now by PayPal or Credit Card

(Payments include an extra handling fee)

NEW January, 2019

 

Registration form must be signed and emailed upon making the payment.

By signing the application form you are agreeing to the BACAA Terms and Conditions.

Email registration form and pay online or via check.

All tuition fees are non refundable and non transferable

Partial Payments not accepted. All registration fees are non refundable and non transferable

We do not accept cash.

 

Please send checks and packets to the BACAA BUSINESS ADDRESS:

969 G Edgewater Blvd

Foster City, CA 94404

 

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BACAA STUDIO ADDRESS

345 Quarry Rd

San Carlos, CA 94070

 

 

Contact: info@bacaa.org

650-832-1544

 


 

 

 

Steve will discuss both an analytical and emotive approach to painting the human figure with an emphasis on color and value relationships in a related atmosphere. The class will consist of a single long pose in both cool and warm light. The development of form through an observation and interpretation of plane shifts projecting and receding from the eye will be stressed. Aspects of anatomy, proportion and movement will be discussed along with the development of an Alla Prima technique which involves both scumbling and glazing.  The course will involve lectures, demo’s and critiques on a daily basis.

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