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V2051 Virtual Workshop-Bustin Outta the Top Ten Mistakes Made in Landscape Painting

11/14/2020 1pm - 4pm EST
Dan Nelson
Oil, Acrylic, Landscape
$99.00 (25 seats left)

Bustin’ Outta the Top Ten Mistakes Made in Landscape Painting   

Instructor: Dan Nelson     

Class Code: V2051  

Workshop Fee: $99 

Skill Level: All  

Medium: Oil or Acrylic

Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020          

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST

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Bustin’ Outta the Top Ten Mistakes Made in Landscape Painting   

Instructor: Dan Nelson     

Class Code: V2051  

Workshop Fee: $99 

Skill Level: All  

Medium: Oil or Acrylic

Date: Saturday, November 14, 2020          

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST

Dan has critiqued thousands of landscapes over the past couple of decades, and he’s got a little list. 

(It’s amazing how we all struggle with the same things.) 

You won‘t do ONE masterpiece in this action-packed class, you’ll do TEN! (Or parts of 10, anyway.) 

Here are the first 5, just to whet your appetite-- 

10. Too Many Bob Ross Brush Tricks (Really!? That’s a problem? Yep. Come and find out why.)

9. Not Enough Horizontal Lines (They indicate depth).

8. Unclear Entry Point and Path . . . 

7. Misunderstanding the Physics of the Sky (and the sunset, so we’ll go over that, too.)

6. Too many hard edges. (Or not enough soft ones, if you prefer.)

For the rest . . . You’ll just have to sign up and find out. 

NOTE: This is not a medium-specific class. You may work in whichever of these mediums you prefer: Acrylic, Oil, Acrylic & Oil or water-soluble oils. 


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Here is a list of recommended supplies, if you feel the need for one.

ACRYLICS:

All the Matisse/Derivan colors are excellent along with many others. If you are just getting started in acrylics, a slightly limited palette is a good idea. Here are some suggestions:  

Warm Blue (Phthalo Blue)

Cool Blue (Ultramarine Blue)

Warm Red (Naphthol Scarlet)

Cool Red (Brilliant Alizarine)

Warm Yellow (Yellow Deep)

Cool Yellow (Yellow Light Hansa)

Burnt Sienna

Raw Umber

Titanium White

Medium: Golden GAC 100 (Best) or Liquitex Gloss Medium and Varnish (Very Good), or Jerry’s Acrylic Medium and Varnish (Good Enough!)

OILS:   

All the Charvin and Lukas 1862 colors are excellent, along with many others. If you are just getting started in oils, a slightly limited palette is a good idea. Here are some guidelines:  

Warm Blue (Phthalo Cyan)

Cool Blue (Ultramarine Blue Deep)

Warm Red (French Red Light)

Cool Red (Carmine Lake)

Warm Yellow (Naples Yellow)

Cool Yellow (Intense LemonYellow)

Titanium White ALKYD 

Raw Umber

Red Oxide

OPTIONAL:

Purple (French Violet)

Green (Imperial Green)

Naples Yellow

Ivory Black

MEDIUM: Charvin Quick Dry Painting Medium 

or Winsor Newton Liquin-- 250 ml

BRUSHES:

Any normal assortment of bristle brushes will do, but you must have at least one large “Chip Brush”-- 2” wide or more.   My favorites are Filbert bristle brushes made by the Silver Brush Company.

For signing my paintings, I always use a Winsor Newton Series 7-- size 1 or 2.

OTHER: 

It would be ideal have an easel or a table-top easel on hand,  plus a bucket or two for cleaning, and a couple rags. 

  

Time Of Workshop :  
1pm - 4pm EST
Date Of Workshop :  
Saturday, November 14, 2020
Instructor :  
Dan Nelson

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