Three-Day Still Life Oil Painting Workshop
June 3 - 5, 2019
A Color and Value Approach to Still Life Paintings
Nationally recognized oil painter Aimee Erickson will return to Santa Barbara to teach a three-day still life workshop. Aimee’s work has been awarded top prizes in many national competitions, including Oil Painters of America, American Women Artists, the Portrait Society of America, and multiple notable plein air competitions.
Paris-born, Portland-based oil painter Aimee Erickson takes a practical approach to painting. Trained as an illustrator in BYU’s Visual Communication Design program—where learning to draw was a requirement— she thinks in terms of creative problem-solving and intention. Her paintings are informed by fundamental design principles and an interest in abstract paint quality and color. She holds a BFA in Visual Communication Design, and has also studied with a number of prominent painters including Sherrie McGraw, David Leffel, Burton Silverman, Joseph Paquet, William Park, Stephen Hayes, and Ray Roberts.
See more of Aimee's work at: www.aimeeerickson.com
$380 for SCAPE members / $430 for non-SCAPE participants
Maximum of 14 in the class
Goleta Valley Community Center (free parking)
WORKSHOP IS FULL. To be added to the wait list please contact Carol Zepke
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Materials list will be provided upon completion of registration and payment.
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