Painting the Head in Oils with Warren Chang
Saturday-Sunday, May 11 -12, 2019
Skill Level: Intermediate
Ages: 16 +
Fee: NUMU Member: $375 | General: $395
All class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
A minimum registration of 5 students is required to offer this workshop. If the minimum requirement is not met, you will receive a cancellation notice one week before the program date.
Develop and expand your portrait painting skills by concentrating on the whole human head while working with a limited paint palette. Over the course of this two day workshop, students will complete two portraits exploring the fundamentals of painting the head from life with emphasis on proportion, construction of the head, and value studies. In addition, students will delve into color mixing with special attention to skin tones, thus resulting in use of a limited palette.
This workshop is suitable for students with preliminary painting and drawing experience with the figure.
About the Instructor:
Warren Chang is an award-winning Monterey Bay Area artist with over 30 years of experience as a professional illustrator and fine artist. Chang is most known for his arresting narrative paintings of farmworkers from the Monterey County area. Warren is an exhibiting artist featured in NUMU’s Spotlight Gallery with his exhibition, Warren Chang: Voice of the Fields, on view February 22nd through June 16th. Learn more about Warren here.