This three-part virtual painting workshop provides students the opportunity to learn the basics of multiple painting styles ranging from Realist landscapes and still-lifes to Abstract compositions.
Join nationally renowned painter Ken Wright via Facebook Live as he helps you sharpen your brush skills, starting with traditional subjects like landscapes and ending with a crash course in how to develop abstract paintings using color, shape, line and form.
Classes will be held on Facebook Live once a month on the following dates:
Tuesday, February 9th, 5-7:00pm
Tuesday, March 9th, 5-7:00pm
Tuesday, April 13th, 5-7:00pm
In between sessions, Ken will give you projects to complete on your own, as well as provide each student personalized feedback and guidance through email and during class times.
Ken Wright is a former arts commissioner for the State of Virginia, and has won over 300 awards and honors for his work. More recently, Ken's work can be found in the collections of past Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, both having hung his pieces in the White House. He enjoys sharing his passion for art with students from all backgrounds and skillsets.
Upon purchasing your ticket, you will receive a code letting you join Ken's Facebook Live audience [needs editing]. Geared for children and adults aged 13+.
*Due to the virtual nature of this class, students must provide their own materials. Students will need:
If you have any questions about this class series or acquiring the supplies you need, please email Programs Coordinator Bennett White at [email protected], or call us at (757) 625-4211.