Ever wondered how old masters created such luminous paintings? This virtual class will teach traditional oil painting techniques that were used by the old masters in order to create a still life painting. We cover the purpose and mechanics of underpainting and learn how to create a still life using layering techniques. You will also gain valuable knowledge on preparing a canvas, properly using mediums, mixing colours, glazing, and scumbling. Intermediate drawing skills are recommended.
TIME: 10:00AM - 12:30PM
COURSE ID: 13385
TERM DATES: November 2nd, 2020 - December 19th, 2020
Roberto Rosenman graduated with honours from York University in Fine Arts and Literature. He also attended the Ontario College of Art and Design and The Grand Central Atelier in New York City where he studied classical painting techniques. With an interest in contemporary realism, he switches between still life and portraiture, always incorporating strong symbolism and narrative in his work. He was awarded a Visual Artist Grant (2014), and a Chalmers development grant for Visual Art (2013) from the Ontario Arts Council. He teaches Art and Design at George Brown College and is represented in Toronto by Loch Gallery. Visit www.robertorosenman.com.