25 October 2011

PleinAir D.C. 2-Day Upcoming Workshop


This coming weekend I will be in my hometown offering a 2-day painting workshop in Washington, D.C. I'm pretty excited about it, as D.C. is where I grew up but ironically I haven't painted there much and am really looking forward to it!

There are a few spots left, and would love to have the opportunity to work with painters from the area. If you or anyone you know is interested, you can still jump in. Below are the details along with the link to the course. Looking forward to going home for a few days and painting!

PLEIN AIR D.C.
OCTOBER 29 & 30
WITH LANDSCAPE PAINTER KELLY MEDFORD

Learn to paint entirely on location creating and capturing light and sense of place.

Course includes full-time intensive instruction, detailed handouts, demonstrations, step-by-step instruction.

What the course will cover:
Materials, composition, placement, an in-depth understanding of value construction and how to use memory to finish a painting. There will also be talks and demonstrations explaining the steps towards making a successful painting or sketch entirely on location.

About the artist: Kelly Medford was born and raised in Washington, D.C. where she attended Edmund Burke School. She then studied art at Antioch College, UTC and finally in Florence, Italy. She has lived and worked painting in Italy for the last 6 years and has received awards for her plein air work in competitions in Italy.
She has traveled extensively painting throughout Europe and last year travelled to Alaska for an exhibition of her landscapes painted there in Chattanooga, TN.
She is passionate about painting and being outdoors, her enthusiasm is communicated through her work.

Course Details: The cost for the 2-day workshop is $200 with registration by Oct. 25. Materials are to be provided by the student. You will be emailed a materials list 1 week prior to the course. Location of where we will meet will also be announced the week before.

Contact and Registration: Email me at paintings@kellymedford.com or call me at 407.618.3311 to register.


You can see Kelly Medford’s work on her website www.kellymedford.com


PLEIN AIR D.C.

OCTOBER 29 & 30

WITH LANDSCAPE PAINTER KELLY MEDFORD


Learn to paint entirely on location creating and capturing light and sense of place.

Course includes full-time intensive instruction, detailed handouts, demonstrations, step-by-step instruction.




What the course will cover:
Materials, composition, placement, an in-depth understanding of value construction and how to use memory to finish a painting. There will also be talks and demonstrations explaining the steps towards making a successful painting or sketch entirely on location.

About the artist: Kelly Medford was born and raised in Washington, D.C. where she attended Edmund Burke School. She then studied art at Antioch College, UTC and finally in Florence, Italy. She has lived and worked painting in Italy for the last 6 years and has received awards for her plein air work in competitons in Italy.
She has traveled extensively painting throughout Europe and last year travelled to Alaska for an exhibition of her landscapes painted there in Chattanooga, TN.
She is passionate about painting and being outdoors, her enthusiasm is communicated through her work.

Course Details: The cost for the 2-day workshop is $200 with registration by Oct. 25. Materials are to be provided by the student. You will be emailed a materials list 1 week prior to the course. Location of where we will meet will also be announced the week before.

Contact and Registration: Email me at paintings@kellymedford.com or call me at 407.618.3311 to register.

You can see Kelly Medford’s work on her website www.kellymedford.com


Contact Information:
Kelly Medford
paintings@kellymedford.com
407-618-3311


1 comment:

  1. Ironic Kelly, that I will be in Dc this weekend, but alas! unable to paint, staying with my son to celebrate my mother's 85th b'day. Our paths keep crossing...just a few degrees more and we'll be in sight of one another. Enjoy it all! I'll be looking along the sidewalks.

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