COLOR THEORY FOR PAINTERS
A 1-DAY WORKSHOP
SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 7, 2019
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
ART on the Square Classroom
Fee is paid directly to Instructor
A hands-on workshop and study of the basics of understanding color. Color schemes, effects, meanings and contexts will be looked at. Color mixing exercises will be included. Oil, acrylic, casein, or other opaque media may be used.
Objective: The student will have a better grasp of how to use color in his or her personal work, and in appreciating the work of other artists.
Supply List: contact Michael Gillespie: firstname.lastname@example.org 214/435-0906
For supply list: contact Michael
Text or call: 214/435-0906
Or to see more of Michael's work - visit his website:
Self Portrait - Michael Gillespie
Michael Gillespie Bio:
Michael Gillespie has been doing portrait paintings for over 40 years. He has received commissions for university presidents, business and industry professionals, and many private individuals. He is a past president of the Pastel Society of the Southwest, and is a signature member of that organization. He is a BFA graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, and has studied with several noted portrait artists. He has been a finalist or won awards in such competitions as the Oil Painters of America, the Art Renewal Center, the Florence Academy of Art Scholarship, the Pastel Society of America Scholarship, Salon International, Bosque Art Classic, Texas Visual Art Association, Arlington Visual Arts Association, and the BoldBrush and Art Muse Competitions.
He teaches an Introduction to Fine Arts class at Dallas Baptist University, and has taught at Art on the Square in Waxahachie, for the Forney Arts Council in Forney, and at Borgo Santo Pietro Hotel in Chiusdino, Italy.