Paint The Summer Landscape En Plein AirOne day workshop in the great outdoors! Learn ideas and methods for successful En Plein Air landscape paintings!
In person one-day workshop. Saturday, July 8th – 9am to 4pm.
LOCATION : Historic Park-McCullough House, North Bennington Vermont
Spend a summer day painting en plein air on the grounds of the historic Park-McCullough House in North Bennington, Vermont.
Learn simple ideas and methods that capture light and make en plein air painting is easier than it seems.
The Park McCullough House is a very well-preserved Victorian home in the Second Empire style. The grounds include many paintable scenes and subjects.
Learn to paint the summer landscape! Class covers important ideas in technique, color, and composition ideas for capturing the summer scene.
Use this Basic Watercolor Supplies and Materials list as a guide.
We’ll be working on 140lb Cold Press Paper for each project. I recommend Arches 140lb Cold Press
There is an emphasis on mixing greens for summer landscape paintings. The Basic Materials list includes two yellows: one cool and one warm, along with four blues : Cobalt, Ultramarine, Cerulean, and Indanthrene. In addition to those, Quinacridone Deep Gold or Quinacridone Gold is a good addition.
Sorry. This class is full. See all upcoming classes here.
Painting The Fall Landscape online class begins September 29th – more info here.
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About The Instructor
Tony Conner is an accomplished watercolorist and and experienced instructor. His energetic approach to teaching and enthusiasm for the watercolor medium are combined to create classes that are both fun and informative. He excels at providing information and insights to individual students – meeting them where they are and helping them get to where they want to go.
- Signature Member - New England Watercolor Society
- Signature Member - Vermont Watercolor Societies
- Artist Member - Salmagundi Club
- Artist Member - North Shore Arts Association
Tony works from his studio in Bennington, Vermont.