- June 11, 2019 - June 13, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Studio in the Park
The main facility for the Art Guild of Louisiana is the Studio in the Park. This BREC building is located in Cedarcrest Park in Baton more…
Betty Gravois, email@example.com, 732-216-1095
Participants are sure to gain much insight into Ann’s particular way of beginning paintings using gesture drawing of her subject matter, her tips for composition and capturing just the right lights. See through the eyes of this talented artists as she guides you through her artistic process.
Basic Palette Paints
- Titanium white or permalba
- Nikel yellow
- Zinc (lemon) yellow
- Cadmium yellow light
- Cadmium yellow medium
- Yellow ochre
- Burnt sienna
- Cadmium orange
- Cadmium red light
- Alizarin crimson
- Thalo red rose
- Thalo violet
- French ultramarine blue
- Cerulean blue
- Thalo blue
- Thalo green
You may also bring favorite or specialty colors. Be sure you have the basic palette and inform me when you plan to add additional colors.
- Palette and easel
- Natural bristle brushes—sizes 2,4,6,8, 10 and 12 flats or filberts, long handles, excellent condition, several of each
- Vine charcoal
- Pencil, pens, notepads, liquin, or medium of choice
- Odorless paint thinner and brush cleaning containers
- Palette knife
- Toilet paper or paper towel, drop cloths, garbage bags
16″x20″, 24″x30″ canvas or a similar size of your choice. Bring more than one if you paint fast; for most, one will be enough. Bring cardboard or a second canvas to cut light filtering through the canvas on which you are painting plexiglass for viewfinder, markers, rulers.
NOTE: Ann does not recommend painting still lifes from photographs.
Ann Warner is an award-winning oil painter and a native of Franklinton, Louisiana. She has exhibited in regional and national shows, museums and galleries, and her work can be found in corporate and private collections across the United States.
Ann concentrates her work in the landscape, still life, and portraiture. Inspired by her travels from Maine to Santa Fe, the Bahamas to the United Kingdom, France, Ireland, and Italy, each trip affords her “the opportunity to vary, stretch, and grow” her work.
Ann has a Bachelor of Science degree from LSU, and was mentored by the late Carl Thorp, a noted oil colorist, and many other noted artists. Favorite painters who have influenced Ann’s work are Sorolla, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Monet, and N. Fechin.