with Robert Carsten, PSA
Capture the beauty of rural northeastern farms in autumn. Our goal is to render scenes with vibrant color and expressive mark making to create stunning, painterly impressions. Learn how color and form can be as much intuitive as it is descriptive. This is a very fun way to create and it opens up numerous possibilities for exploring concepts and subjects. Demonstration, exercises, at-easel and group critiques as well as plenty of painting time will make this an educational and enjoyable experience. All levels welcome, beginner through advanced.
Sunday, October 7, 10am - 4pm
$130 for members / $140 for non-members
Award-winning artist Robert Carsten, PSA, attended the Art Students League of New York, the Rhode Island School of Design and the Accademia di Belle Arti (Italy). He is a master pastelist and signature member of the Pastel Society of America, master circle artist in the International Association of Pastel Societies, Lifetime Honorary member of the Southwest Florida Pastel Society, and Honorary Board member of Pastel Society of America. Robert is a contributing writer to Pastel Journal; The Artist's Magazine; PleinAir magazines. He teaches workshops nationally and internationally. His pastel paintings have been shown in many museums and galleries and are collected worldwide. His work has been featured in Pure Color/The Best of Pastel, Pastel Journal, American Art Review, The Artist's Magazine, Strokes of Genius/The Best of Drawing and Finding Your Style in Pastel, and other publications. Visit his website: www.robertcarsten.com