Painting webinar: STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS Encore
LIVE on Friday, March 29, 2021, at 7 pm Pacific. Register to watch anytime thereafter.
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Here is another opportunity to join our painting webinar from the previous Friday. This is a hybrid session that welcomes painters who desire to join another iteration of the regular painting webinar and also painters who enjoy the STUDIO TIME dynamic. This new opportunity to sinch your painting practice with us will be instructional but also more flexible, allowing personalized feedback during the session.
Watch the inspiration video here: https://youtu.be/qB5hnnotuCo
After purchase, we will send you an access link to the webinar (before the session starts) or recorded links if you purchase thereafter. We'll also send you the link to the shared photo folder specific to this webinar.
STILL LIFE WITH FLOWERS
Still life. Flowers.
Mass shootings. Flowers.
Last week we celebrated Spring. This week we're mourning the victims of the heinous crimes in Atlanta and Boulder.
Makeshift memorials always pop up wherever people's lives are senselessly broken. Strangers lay flowers and gather in silence.
Placing flowers by those who left us behind is regarded by anthropologists as one of the oldest tributes to the departed. Soil samples in burial sites determined that funeral flowers were indeed placed by our ancestors at least 62,000 years ago. And we still do.
Flowers are a symbol of rebirth and a metaphor for the temporary and ephemeral beauty in the inescapable cycle of life. Let’s capture that short-lived beauty in our paintings.
• Painting premise: Still Life.
• Props: cut flowers in a vase or container. Alternatively, use an image of a bouquet in a vase.
• Painting surface: any size, any kind. We recommend 9x12 or under.
• Painting webinar medium: oil over cotton paper. Feel free to select your media.