Still Life Painting Workshop: studying Color,Light and Texture with Tanvi

Tanvi Pathare Still-Life Oil painting Workshop Rome
Tanvi art sin rome workshopTanvi Pathare, born in Mumbai, India, showed a growing interest in the fine arts since a very early age. She graduated with honors from the prestigious Sir J. J. School of Art in Mumbai where she received a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting. Following the allure of the realistic tradition of painting from nature, Tanvi attended The Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy, graduating from the Painting Program in 2012. During her second year, she won the award for Best Figure Painting in the Intermediate Program, and in her final year, she was awarded Honorable Mention for Exceptional Overall Performance in Advanced Painting. She is recipient of the prestigious Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant for Painting (2012), and a finalist in the Figurative Category of the ARC International Salon 2012-2013. Tanvi began teaching at The Florence Academy of Art as a student, and is presently a principal instructor in the Intensive Drawing and Painting programs at The Florence Academy of Art. She works privately in Florence.

                                          4 Days Still Life Oil PaintingWorkshop

Thuesday 07 July – Sunday 10 July 2016
09:00 – 16:00
Roma, Via Merulana (ang.Via Villari)

 To enjoy the Workshop you need to be a Member of Arts in Rome Cultural Association. Read below how.

Teaching program

With this course, come and learn how to paint Still Life compositions from life. A 4 Days Course, which involves, lectures about setting-up Still Lifes, composition, how to have a strong block-in and then developing the painting to a finish. We shall be explore painting form and light through different textured objects composed in space.

Duration of the course: 09:00 – 12:00/13:00 – 16:00

Materials list

  1. Colors: Titanium White/Preferred Lead White, Cadmium yellow, Yellow Ochre, Vermillion, Alizarin crimson, Cobalt blue, Ultramarine blue, Raw umber, Ivory Black
  2. Brushes: Hog hair filberts,sizes 6,8,10,12,…and a couple of sables for drawing
  3. Palette knife
  4. Walnut /linseed oil
  5. Medium cups
  6. Turpentine to clean brushes
  7. Wooden palette
  8. Canvases (oil primed) sizes 50 by 65 cm
  9. Paper towels.

The studio is equipped with easels and work stations to make it more convenient for the students to organise their materials and focus on their work.