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Learn to use expressive and descriptive properties of oil or acrylic paint to respond creatively to the moods and textures of urban and rural landscapes. The Pacific Northwest is unique in that here, our cultural identity, spirituality, and sense of history are strongly intertwined with the environment. With this in mind, atmospheric perspective and notions of place will be discussed. Using contemporary and historic approaches to developing imagery, students will be inspired by the work and process of artists like Charles Burchfield, Kim Dorland and Dexter Dalwood. In addition to creating two new landscape paintings, students will be exposed to art, connect with like-minded artists, and further develop their visual language. Prerequiste: Beginning Painting or equivalent experience.
Instructor: Kendra Larson
Kendra Larson received her BFA from PNCA (2004) and her MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (2009). She has exhibited her work all over the world including Augen Gallery (Portland, OR), Overture Center for the Arts (Madison, WI), Marin Museum of Contemporary Art (San Francisco, CA), Wairarapa Museum of Art (New Zealand). She currently teaches at PNCA and Portland State University.
+ Dept/Lab Fee: $60.00
Add Certificate Program Fee: + $60.00
Oct 01, 2014 - Nov 19, 2014
6:30PM - 9:00PM
Nov 28 - Feb 06, 6:30PM - 9:30PM