UPDATE: Postponed until Fall - Date will be posted as soon as it's scheduled
To sign up for this workshop, contact:
AAEA, PO Box 12303, Lexington KY 40852
“ Letting the Old Masters’ Methods Improve Your Art “
Although Lynn Maderich had been an equine artist most of her life, her ability took a quantum leap forward after she studied for five years at a tiny school in Minneapolis that has never veered from the traditional methods of painting realistically (www.theatelier.org).
Lynn’s oils have won numerous awards in equine, still life and portrait. She is a Signature Member of the AAEA and an Associate Member of the Society of Animal Artists. Last fall her equine painting workshop had a very successful debut with the AAEA.
One of Lynn’s great joys is to share with other artists the classic revelations that so improved her own art. The largely studio workshop is a mini-Atelier with projects that advance from black and white to full-color just as students progress through the school. This tradition is less about learning to paint than it is about learning to see with fresh eyes. Artists can benefit at any stage in their journey. Whether your style is meticulously detailed or more impressionistic, whether you work in oil, pastel, acrylic or graphite, you’ll gain insights into recreating nature more accurately.