DON STONE Indoor Oil Painting Workshop, April 11-13
National Academician, Don Stone, will conduct an indoor oil painting workshop in which students work from reference on a video screen. During demonstrations of his painting methods, Don will discuss his color palette and techniques with a concentration on value, composition, color and vibration. Students receive individual instruction, individual critiques and a group critique at the end of the third day.
$300 RAA Members
Internationally known modern impressionist painter Don Stone has been elected to full membership in the National Academy of Design, the American Watercolor Society, and has been designated as a Dolphin Fellow of the latter group. In addition, Stone is a member of the Allied Artists of America, the Hudson Valley Art Asociation, the Guild of Boston Artists, the Copley Society of Boston, the Rockport Art Association, the North Shore Art Association and a number of smaller regional art associations with whom he has exhibited over the years. He has been exhibited in various public museums, including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He has won numerous awards, including two Greenshields Foundation grants.
Don’s works are included in the permanent collections of Dartmouth College, Marietta College, the Mobile Art Museum (Mobile, AL), the University of New Hampshire, the Peabody Maritime Museum, the Canton Art Institute (Canton, OH), the Butler Institute of American Art (Youngstown, OH), and Berkshire Community College. He has been featured in several books and publications, including Down East Magazine, Modern Oil Impresionists (Ron Hanson, North Light Books, 1992), and Monhegan, The Artists’ Island (Blake, North Light Books, 1992).
Spaces will fill up VERY fast for this workshop – please give us a call today to register, (978) 546-6604. (Please, no repeat students from the April 18-20 Workshop.)