Painting Ocean Waves- Sunday, June 3 from 12-5pm
Techniques of simplification using basic shapes will be taught to capture the movement of breaking waves. You’ll learn about the different qualities of the water, transparency and opaqueness, as it relates to the structure of waves. The light source is always a constant factor when painting the ocean and will be discussed. Demonstrations, handouts, and critique will be included to round out this workshop. Students must bring their own supplies and an apron. Pack a bag lunch or snack. Pastels will be demonstrated, but all media are welcome.
Fee: $100 BAC members/$125 nonmembers
Questions? Email Dannielle
About the instructor: Dannielle Mick is an internationally recognized, award-winning, professional artist and art educator. She has been teaching students of all ages for more than thirty years. Since 2009, as owner and director of Lakeside Art Studio in Parsippany, NJ, she has taught and inspired thousands of students to develop their creative potential. Dannielle has exhibited at the U.S. Embassy in Uzbekistan (as part of the Federal Art in Embassies Program), the International Pastel Artists Invitational in Taipei, Taiwan, and the National Arts Club and The Salmagundi Club, both in New York City. Her work has appeared in Pastel Journal Magazine, Southwest Magazine, and The New York Times. She is a past president of the Pastel Society of New Jersey and on the past board of directors for Audubon Artists, Inc. in New York City.