|With so many aspects of painting to juggle (composition, color, values), an artist can get lost trying to create a cohesive image. With strong light, many of these elements fall into place naturally. In this class, we will observe the various levels of lighting, and how the right balance can make a painting "sing." We will experiment with light's counterpart, darkness, too. We will study master painters of all mediums, and note their use of light and dark to make an image come to life.
Tech Requirements: Wifi, a computer or other device with a built in camera, and a Zoom account. Students will receive an email with instructions prior to the first class.
Materials: Please bring a pencil, any watercolor set you may have, and watercolor paper.
Registration: Need some help to register? It’s (usually) easy to register for classes online, but if you are having problems please email email@example.com. If you would prefer to call, you can call the Education Department at (609) 269-4923 between 11am and 1pm.
Skip Dates: Class will run for 6 weeks, skipping Saturday May 23.
About the Instructor: Barbara DiLorenzo is a children’s book author and illustrator (RENATO AND THE LION, Viking 2017 and QUINCY, little bee books, 2018). She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, and studied under Mary Beth McKenzie at the Art Students League in New York. She is a signature member of the New England Watercolor Society as well as the Society of Illustrators. Barbara loves teaching at the Arts Council of Princeton where she aims to bring out the best in all artists. To see more of her work, please visit www.barbaradilorenzo.com.