Painting Realistic Skies and Trees Workshop with Cristine Sundquist
So often in my workshops on landscape composition and color I am asked to teach an intensive class on the two things newer landscape artists struggle with the most: skies and trees.
On the first day we will focus on painting believable clouds, sunsets/sunrises and the color factors that lend to the realism. On the second day we will focus on several different types of trees and their structure. On the third day we will finish up, and have a group discussion/critique of our pieces. This is valuable time where we have “a-ha” moments and celebrate our progress!
About Cristine Sundquist: Originally from St. Louis, Cristine has studied drawing, painting, and photography from the age of 12. Her early art education came from private art teachers and workshops at Washington University and the St. Louis Art Museum. She later studied Fine Arts and Art Education at the University of Kansas. More recently Cristine has continued her education with Kim Casebeer, Phil Starke, and Marla Baggetta, among other award-winning artists. She is also an Associate Member of Oil Painters of America, juried member of Kansas Academy of Oil Painters, American Women Artists, juried member of Women Artists of the West, and is represented by SouthWind Gallery-Topeka, Strecker Nelson West Gallery – Manhattan, KS. For more info visit CristineSundquist.com.
Cris says, “When teaching workshops I like to do a short demo then go around from student to student to discuss each one’s individual questions and progress.”
Join us for this special workshop!
July 24-26, 2019
Wed – Thurs – Fri
Adults (including high school age)
7 – 15 max
CLASS IS OPEN TO BAA MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS