Full program description
Learning to really see and interpret the values and color relationships in still life is the main focus of this online painting class. Students are encouraged to use larger brushes to simplify and edit. Using the "all prima" direct method of painting, students learn to build forms with planes of value, color, and light. Starting with the most basic information about painting, each month a different painting issue is explored. Weekly live oil painting demos cover materials, color mixing, working habits, and more! All instructor demos are done using oil paint. This online class meets twice a week. Classes are not recorded.
Students are encouraged to share images of their paintings with the class at the end of each month.
About the Instructor
Karen O’Neil has been instructing painting courses and workshops throughout the Northeast for two decades. A graduate of Massachusetts College of Art, Ms. O’Neil studied in Provincetown with Henry Hensche and also at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. She has been the recipient of regional fellowships, and has been an artist-in-residence at Millay colony.
Ms. O’Neil’s award-winning work is included in numerous private and corporate collections in New York, including Pfizer and Memorial Sloan Kettering. She is represented by Edgewater Galleries, VT, and Ric Michel Fine Art, NYC. Her work has been featured in many print publications, as well as online blogs.