INTRODUCTION TO THE PROGRAM
Developing our creative side can be tremendous fun and therapeutic. We just need some guidelines to follow to acquire technical knowledge; It is easier and more comfortable to master the environment in which we work if we have a little help to express ourselves. So, therefore this must begin with a teacher-led classes.
The objective of this workshop is to impart knowledge of the various means of pictorial expression through different techniques. Delving into what students want (eg., Oil, drawing, watercolor, etc. … ..). Developing themes throughtout the classes, proposing new challenges and achieving results which are materialised at the end of course exhibition.
Since they are interactive sessions between student and teacher, it is important that practical learning is mixed with theory and examples to make it more fun. If we incorporate challenges such as contests, teacher-guided exhibitions and trips abroad; this can make a big workshop for our seniors.
- 25 students per class in order to individualize within the group.
- The duration of the classes will be 2 hours, perfect to develop work without tiring.
- Notes and documentation to develop work individually if desired.
- And of course, pupils are welcome to recuperate clases lost for personal reasons.
- Selection of materials; Drawing.
- Taking the first steps; Format.
- How to draw; Shape and color.
- Finding a good frame; Proportion.
- Draw perspective.
- Base in one color.
- Developing patterns and textures.
- Color technique.
- Beginning with still life..
- Still lifes
- Colorful; Floral motifs.
- Still-life with life
- Developing landscapes.
- Heavens on fire.
- The illusion of water.
- Scenes on and under the water.
- Study of structures.
- Working with whites.
- Representing distances.
- Illuminating interiors.
- A breath of life in architecture.
- Painting exteriors.
- Street scenes.
- The power of neutrals.
- Expressing natural beauty.
- Capturing movement.
- Portraying people
- Representing buildings in perspective.
- Starting portrait painting.
- Expressing a topic.
- Creating a self-portrait.
- Building contrasts.
33. Questions and answers on the agenda of the course
34. Preparation for end of course exhibition.
35. End of course exhibition
36. Preparation for the summer.