Learn pastel with Greg Barnes
March 19, 2019 WOWS demo
March 20-21- 2019 Workshop
9:00 am till 4:00 pm
Dayton Vineyard Church
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Dayton Vineyard Church
Registration for workshop at Dayton Vineyard Church- click here
WOWS Workshop Cancellation Policy
A $40 deposit (non-refundable if you cancel) is required for the workshop to hold your spot. Full payment is due two weeks prior to the workshop. WOWS reserves the right to offer refunds or to put the money towards another workshop for extenuating circumstances (ex: illness or accident or family emergency). A full refund is provided if the workshop cancels.
This pastel workshop is sponsored through the Dayton Vineyard Church and is open to the public. Greg Barnes is WOWS featured demo artist for March and will be do a workshop under the Vineyard.
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Do you appreciate spontaneity and expressiveness in paintings? Do you want to paint more “loosely”? We’ll be focusing on this very goal during this workshop. Explore the impressionist style with award winning pastel artist Greg Barnes as your personal guide.
Greg tailors his instruction to reach all levels from beginning pointers to advanced techniques. Working from photo reference materials, the class will focus on capturing the essence of a scene through design, color harmonies, and intuitive interpretation.
Each day includes a 45-60 min demonstration and lecture by Greg, focusing on different aspects of producing a captivating landscape painting. The remaining time will be spent at your easel, painting from the view or subject matter of your choice. He will continually visit each easel as you paint, giving individual instruction and personal attention. The class will finish with a critique of each students work.
About your instructor: Greg Barnes received a BFA from Wake
Forest University in 1985. He began painting full time following the
911 incident of 2001¨ when he realized “life is short”. He studied with
Albert Handell and Scott Christensen early in his professional career.
Currently he tours the country displaying his paintings in national art
festivals¨ participating in plein air events, and teaching pastel and oil
painting workshops. His work can also be found in- Coconut Grove
Gallery and Frame Miami,FL¨ - Karis Art Gallery¨ Hilton Head
Island, SC¨, Oh Be Joyful Gallery, Crested Butte CO.
Here is a link to the Plein Air magazine article: