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Teresa Oaxaca 2-Day Portrait Painting Workshop 10:30-5:30pm
February 8, 2020 @ 10:30 am - February 9, 2020 @ 5:30 pm
Please join us for another fantastic 2-day workshop with Teresa Oaxaca! February 8th & 9th, 2020 (10:30am-5:30pm)
In this workshop students will be painting from a live model for two days learning from Teresa’s unique painting style.
Teresa Oaxaca is an American born artist based currently in Washington D.C. She is a full time painter whose works can be seen in collections and galleries throughout the US and internationally. Her talent has been recognized and rewarded by museums and institutions such as the American Museum of the Cowboy, The former Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Art Renewal Center, The Elisabeth Greenshields Foundation, the Posey Foundation, and The Portrait Society of America and the Museu Europeu D’Art Modern in Barcelona.
Her training includes a four-year diploma at the Angel Academy of Art (Florence Italy, Graduate studies at the Florence Academy, an Apprenticeship with Odd Nerdrum in Norway, and studies at the Art League of Alexandria VA where she trained with Robert Liberace, Paul Lucchesi, and took many other courses. Currently she teaches workshops around the United States and in Europe.
Supply List (Text & Supply Suggestions Have Been Provided by Teresa)
One 16″ x 20″ primed stretched canvas or panel
Palette – Glass or wood or plastic: This is the recommended palette I use (Paints Available at Natural Pigments Website- https://www.naturalpigments.com/teresa-oaxaca-palette.html
Ultramarine Blue Green Shade
Chromium Oxide Green
Chrome Yellow Primrose
Lead Tin Yellow Dark
Cypress Umber Raw Dark
Lead White #1
Cobalt Chromite Blue
Or you can substitute some or all of these colors with pigments of similar names (listed below) should you already have some or are unable to get a hold of Rublev colors. The selected list is however preferable as it is an integral part of my working palette and it has been selected for paint handling qualities and quick drying time so that your progress in the workshop may run smoothly without the added difficulty of having to work over still wet or tacky paint. You will notice the high number of earth colors, umbers and leads. The oils that bind these pigments and that will be used as a medium also exemplify quick drying times.
Cadmium Yellow light
Lead White/a white
Vermillion or Cadmium Red
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