The Importance of the Process in the Pictorial Language with Miguel Coronado

$595.00

The objective of this workshop is to discover the importance of the process in painting. We will see that some results appear if we let it dry and add other layers. The aesthetics of our painting depend on the decision to paint on fresh or on dry. We will also insist on the need to analyze and simplify what we see.

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Description

DATE: November 14, 15 and 16, 2019
TIME: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
FEE: $595
LOCATION: 1401 S. Bloodworth St. Raleigh, NC 27610
SUPPLIES LIST:  Keep reading, you’ll find it below Cancellation Policy
MEDIUM: Oils
LEVEL: All levels | STUDENTS: max. 13, minimum 10

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

The objective of this workshop is to discover the importance of the process in painting. We will see that some results appear if we let it dry and add other layers. The aesthetics of our painting depend on the decision to paint on fresh or on dry. We will also insist on the need to analyze and simplify what we see. We will work from life starting from two themes: the still life and the human figure. Starting from life allows us to enjoy clean and bright colors and places us face to face with the mystery of reality. We will also talk about the different ways of placing the material in the painting and the richness of the brushstroke.

BIO

Miguel Coronado was born in Madrid in 1972. He graduated in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid. Very soon he began to show his work in the Spanish art galleries. After achieving his first prizes, he participated in international art fairs in Europe, America and Asia and organizes his first solo shows abroad.

The evolution of his painting leads him to investigate the possibilities of pictorial language.

He raises the practice of painting as a search where the successes have more to do with an adequate relationship of the expressive elements than with fidelity in the representation.

The richness and eloquence of the pictorial resources, the harmony of color and the expressive possibilities of the material become for Coronado the most important objective of his pictorial work.

He currently lives and works in Madrid.

CANCELLATION POLICY (NEW!)

If a month before the workshop we haven’t reached the minimum amount of students for the workshop to happen the workshop will be canceled and students will receive a full refund.

If you cancel less than 60 DAYS prior to the start of a workshop you will receive half of your registration fee, If you cancel less than 30 DAYS prior the start of the workshop you will not receive a refund. If you must cancel in this time frame we encourage you to find a replacement, and your replacement can reimburse you for your course fee. If you cancel before the 60-day limit you will receive a full refund minus 3% processing fee.  Unfortunately, students who start a multiple-day class and are unable to attend any portion will not receive a refund.

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY (NEW!)

Workshop will be canceled or rescheduled if inclement weather (hurricanes, snow storm, tropical storm, black ice, flooding, etc.) is on the forecast. No one should take any unnecessary risks. If the workshop is canceled, all registration money will be returned to the students minus 3% processing fee.  The workshop will be rescheduled if possible for both parties.

SUPPLIES LIST

Portable standing easel and a foldable table (like tv dinner table) for palette. If you are flying in and can’t bring easel or table, please let us know and we will lend you one to use during workshop.

Brushes:

It would be good to have a variety of sizes. I work with round brushes and flat ox hair, between numbers 6 and 14 (Escoda). They are very soft. The harder brushes (bristle and some synthetic) load and drag the paint well and the softer brushes (Ox, marten, synthetic) deposit the paint very well on the support and do not “scratch”.

Each one has its function and they are designed for a concrete result. It takes time to know what we need.


Medium/others

Odorless Gamsol (I use it to clean the brushes but also to dilute the paint)

We do not need any medium but you can bring it (ODORLESS!)

We will need some product that accelerates the drying to be able to work on dry the following session. For example cobalt drier or a quick-drying medium for oil.

Rags or paper towels

Medium-sized wooden pallete

Bring a little jar or can for your thinner

Also a palette knife and pencil

Surfaces

It can be wooden boards or canvases of medium or fine grain. Two per day is more than enough, you might use less, but better to have enough.

Also oil painting paper like:

All of the surfaces must be prepared with Gesso. Canvas or panels  that come already gessoed do not need to be gessoed again.

Panel/canvas size range 14 x 18 to 16 x 20 inches

Students will be able to do some exercises of quick execution and alternate them with other exercises with a more complex process.

Oil colors:

  • Titanium white
  • Cadmium red light
  • Cadmium orange or equivalent
  • Cadmium yellow light
  • Quinacridone rose
  • Ultramarine L
  • Cerulean blue
  • Burnt umber
  • Burnt sienna
  • Emerald green
  • Viridian green

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