PLEIN AIR BASICS WITH VERYL GOODNIGHT
PAINTING COLORADO AT ITS BEST – FALL!
Don’t miss this final class!
“I am completely in my element painting fall aspens! As a Colorado Native, much of my year is balanced to make time to paint outdoors during the short but extraordinary window of fall colors. I have been painting aspens since the 1970’s and look forward to sharing years of experience with others.”
Mancos sculptor and painter Veryl Goodnight is offering a fall class on plein air painting, sharing her knowledge and experience with students and helping them develop a foundation in the fundamentals of painting outdoors.
Begin in Veryl’s studio with discussion and examples of the principals to be taught. Next go to a nearby location where Veryl will demonstrate and assist each student with their painting.
DATE & TIME:
Thursday & Friday
September 26 and 27
9 a.m. with the possibility of painting into the evenings
$250.00 per person
Each student will bring their own supplies based on a list provided by Veryl.
Oil paints are recommended, however, the principles being taught apply to all mediums.
Beginner to Intermediate / Day 1
In studio we will lay out pallets and become familiar with the colors Study images of the works of other artists who excel in the discipline upon which that class is focused.
Do preliminary sketches from photos of the location where we will go after lunch Relocate to a nearby painting location Veryl will demonstrate Individual help will be offered throughout the 2 1/2 to 3 hour painting
Will begin on location at an earlier time in order to paint morning light. A second painting will be done in the afternoon.
Artist Studio / Mancos, Colorado / Email for details & directions
44255 Road L, Mancos, Colorado and nearby locations
Minimum 4 students; Maximum 8 students
Veryl Goodnight / Instructor
About the Artist:
While best known as a sculptor, my career began as a wildlife painter. My work has been covered repeatedly by every art magazine and has been included in many Museum exhibits including a 45-year retrospective at the Gilcrease in 2011. I was inducted into the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in 2016 for a lifetime of representing the West in art.