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offered at Danville Museum of Fine Art and History
by Alla Parsons

May 24, 25, 26 – Introduction to Portrait Painting in Oils

$125 for Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History members
$135 for non-members (includes model fee)
This class will concentrate on basic principles of drawing and painting a human head from observation. We will study proportions, angling, measuring, values, and color choices.
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Friday, May 24: 8 – 10 PM (Introduction – Bring Sketchbook)
Saturday, May 25: 10 AM – 5 PM (with Lunch Break) – Painting antique plaster head
Sunday, May 26: 2 – 5 PM – Painting Live Model (female)

June 7, 8, 9 – Painting Outdoors With Vibrant Colors: Theory and Practice in Oils

$110 for Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History members

$120 for non-members

This class will concentrate on color and color application aimed towards brilliance and vibrancy of color based on principles taught at the Cape Cod Art School:
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The methods of Plein Air painting originally developed and taught by Charles Hawthorne and Henry Hensche are unique and revolutionary. Based on seeing color relationships in light, and using paint to express those color relationships, the Cape School methods enable the painter to express the light effects of different times and types of day, and to employ a greater variety of color relationships in an individual painting.

Friday, Julne 7: 8 – 10 PM

Saturday, June 8 – 10AM – 5 PM (with Lunch Break)

Sunday, June 9: 2 – 5 PM

July 26, 27, 28 – Drawing Historical Downtown Buildings

Choice of Pencil, Ink, Watercolor, or Oil

$110 for Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History members

$120 for non-members

This is going to be a relaxed class where you are welcome to work in your favorite medium and apply principles of perspective from the first session to sketching, drawing or painting historical downtown buildings. You will need some sort of outdoor easel (first three who sign up may use an easel from the instructor). Or if you prefer – just a portable chair and sketchbook.
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Friday, July 26: 8 – 10 PM

Saturday, July 27 – 10AM – 5 PM (with Lunch Break)

Sunday, July 28: 2 – 5 PM

Danville Museum of Fine Art and History

www.AllaParsons.com

Space is limited! Please, sign up ASAP by replying to this email!

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