The program of the course is very articulated; summarize the focal points. We will start from practical exercises up to the photo shoot as support for the Painting that will be performed during the lessons.
The drawing on the canvas: The use of graphite (practice), The use of graphite paper, The use of the projector (the use of colored pencils), The strokes, The light and the shadows)
- Using brushes: The intention in the brushstroke, how to fade the color (scale of tones)
Color theory: chromatic scale, tonal scale, Oswald’s star, color temperature, color mixing, saturation, chromatic vibration, use different types of color (transparent – opaque – semitransparent – semi-transparent)
- The use of the personal computer: as a resource for high definition color interpretation – chromatic simulation of HDR – Amoled screens, Photoshop as an aid to the interpretation of the chromatic, Tools for determining the chromatic scales, The four-color process applied by the PC and reported in canvas, chromatic scales
- Theoretical lessons supported by the practical action in canvas: Painting at the “Prima”, The use of acrylic pre-pigment white, The chromatic Vibration, Various methods for blending color, The opaque and the glossy, The glazes, The sense of matter painted, Fat on fat, Fat on thin, The mixture of color, the dry, the final paints, the bottom
To access the course there is no need for any specific qualification but an orientation interview with vision of the drawings by the school organizers, without any commitment. It is recommended to be at least 17 years old (after a conversation with the parents).
Painters, Portrait Artists, Designers. The artist will be able to work on his own acquiring works with individuals (eg portraits) rather than in galleries (worldwide) or use of paintings in the cinema / set-up set, etc …
Upon registration with the Cultural Association, a confirmation email will be sent which will allow you to take advantage of discounts at Fine Arts Shops.
Parallel to the drawing lessons from life and painting to the first, the School provides seminars and meetings aimed at explaining the artist’s profession.