Plein Air Painting at Morven Museum & Garden

Plein Air Painting at Morven Museum & Garden
Inspired by the popular 19th century French tradition of painting in the open air (“en plein air”), this new class will feature the spring splendor of Morven's beautiful gardens.  Participants will discover the quality of natural light (and how it changes during the session), explore how color can define forms, learn how to represent natural colors, and experiment with brush strokes and creating textures.  Instruction is geared toward beginning/intermediate skill levels but all levels welcome. 

Materials List: Please bring your own easel, painting supplies, sunscreen, rags, brushes and canvas to these classes. For more detailed suggestions on supplies to bring, email education@artscouncilofprinceton.org. 
About the Instructor:  Ray Brown is a graduate of Alberta College of Art in Calgary, Canada. He later studied Printmaking at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Montreal and Storyboarding for Animation at the American Animation Institute in Los Angeles. He taught at Otis College of Art and Design, Associates Art in Sherman Oaks, and The Scottsdale Artist’s School in Arizona. He worked as a storyboard artist in animation for Columbia Tristar, Warner Brothers, Disney Imagineering and other studios. Raymond continues to freelance while pursuing his first passion for painting and drawing.
19S-PNT-A-0363
Wednesdays, 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Dates: May 8, 2019 - Jun 12, 2019
6 Session(s)
Instructor: Raymond Brown
Members: $ 190.00 | Non-Members: $ 215.00
Material Fees: $ 0.00