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Fall Plein Air Workshop: Palette Knife Technique with Cynthia Rosen, Sept 21 & 22
September 21 @ 9:00 am - September 22 @ 4:00 pmSee Details
Fall Plein Air Workshop: Palette Knife Technique with award winning artist, Cynthia Rosen
This two day Fall plein air workshop will take place in the beauty of the White Mountains of NH and will be led by award winning artist, Cynthia Rosen. The richness of the landscape will match that of our color and image exploration. Each day will begin with a painting demo focusing on intent, composition, use of color and technique. Cynthia will demonstrate her unique palette knife technique using a limited color palette. The class will be kept small to allow for individual attention. We will meet at Jackson Art and then travel to painting locations in Jackson, NH. Participants are responsible for bringing their own painting supplies. Oils or acrylics are suitable for this workshop but the instructor will be demonstrating in oils. Deadline for registration is Sept 14.
Sat. & Sun, Sept 21 & 22, 9am-4pm $295
Cynthia Rosen is primarily a palette knife painter who has been recognized for helping to broaden the horizons of the plein air community. While attending the Boston Museum School, Cynthia Rosen transitioned from distinctively realistic drawings to non-objective mixed media works which took her to galleries in NYC and Philadephia. She then took a hiatus to raise her family in VT, returning to art with a love of nature and an interest in painting images that stretched beyond the traditional.
Rosen found her unique visual voice while working amidst the sights and sounds of the outdoors. She has been juried into select shows and plein air events winning numerous awards, invited to invitationals as well as to create an instructional video which was recently released through Streamline Art Videos. Rosen will be demonstrating as a faculty member at the Plein Air Convention to be held in San Francisco in April, 2019.
In 2018, Cynthia was featured in Plein Air Magazine, Southwest Art magazine, The Outdoor Painter (online) and American Art Collector, and the Artist’s Road.
“Our personal visual voices are our means of connecting and interpreting our ever-changing world. I pursue mine through improvisation while creating order. The size of my works vary, but my fascination with color and movement remains a constant.”
Cancellation Policy: We ask that you to give us 10 days notice if you need to cancel for a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations should be made by phone by calling (603) 387-3463. This provides us the opportunity to fill the space. We are sorry, but we cannot give refunds or issue credits for missed classes or no shows.