Creating Vibrant Light and Color in Pastel Workshop with Rosalie Beck

Friday, August 3, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, August 4, 2018 (All day)

Concept and Experience

Create a uniquely personal presence in your pastel paintings using the significance of color and light. Learn how to identify and mix color and tone, as well as layer material to achieve a rich, glowing, and convincing sense of light.

Working from provided still life arrangements, including simple forms, fruits, vegetables, and reflective objects, you will gain confidence and better understand how to assemble compositions, render form, depict color, and handle materials. Rosalie will provide lectures demonstrations, and one-on-one instruction throughout the process. No experience in pastel is required, however a basic drawing background is helpful.

Open to novice to advanced beginners.

Instructor Biography

Rosalie Beck is an artist and educator working in Milwaukee, WI. Her drawings and paintings are completed from observation and act as composites of how a set of objects looked over a period of hours, days, and sometimes even weeks. Rosalie earned her MFA from UW-Milwaukee. Her work has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the country. Rosalie teaches at UW-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.

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Location and contact
Peninsula School of Art
Fish Creek  Wisconsin  54212
United States
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