Sunday November 19th, 10am-5pm
406 Queen Street, Fredericton NB
**All Supplies Included**
Masterworks Series Part 1: William-Adolphe Bouguereau will be the first session in an ongoing series focused on recreating carefully curated masterpieces from throughout art history. During these rigorous, day-long workshops, students will be encouraged to contemplate the thought process and technique behind each painting.
William-Adolphe Bouguereau was an esteemed 19th-century French painter known for integrating mythological lore into contemporary settings.
Following a simple, step-by-step process, participants will complete a full colour study: a detail of his delicate masterwork ‘Charity’.
This is an excellent exercise for those interested in portraiture, as we will cover how to structure a strong underdrawing/underpainting and mix a basic palette for flesh tones. Our goal is not to create a perfect replica of ‘Charity’, but instead to explore the exquisite subtlety of light, shadow, and form celebrated in Bouguereau’s work.
All levels of experience are welcome.
Contact [email protected] to book a spot!
Space is limited, and is first come, first served.
Registration fee must be paid up-front to secure a place, and is non-refundable
Doors open at 9:45 am and the workshop starts at 10am sharp, lunch break between 1-2pm.
Due to the high volume of respiratory illnesses at this time, masks are very highly encouraged