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Old 10-12-2011, 04:11 PM
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very kind, thanks Heidi...
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Neglected to put up last week's outline..so, here it is...(sorry)

120 Paintings- with artist/instructor Larry Seiler

Premise…
My imploring of the student to take to heart what
growth can be expected, with evidences offered
committing to this idea that getting 120 paintings
executed and behind as one’s experience will in
shorter order a painter make!

I. Success From Risk…From Failing
a) Leading up to “120 Paintings”
b) Quotes to inspire & aspire


II. Building a Light Environment Box
a) Controlling Light
b) Controlling color and shadows
c) Alerting and awakening to every object
a possible paint subject

III. Examples of Works/Things Learned
a) Paintings
b) Methods
c) Demonstrations

IV. Evolution of a Painter
a) The commitment to 120 paintings
b) Evidences of growth

V. Questions/Answers
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Here is the outline for Tuesday, October the 18th...7pm EST

From Literal to the Suggestive-
with artist/instructor Larry Seiler

Premise
Painterly realism or the suggestive invites the viewer
to engage the work and participate in the narrative actively.
With its poetic brushwork and elusive nature (what some
critics might refer to as the “unfinished look”) the painting
borrows from the viewer’s own life experiences to read
between the lines. In their reflection, frequent studying…
their own imagination is called into action making them in
a sense a co-creator to the work.


I. My Awakening
a) Burning out
b) Indoors, painting what I loved about being outdoors!
(the irony of labor)
c) Smack dab into Schmid!
d) The Turn around- prepping myself to respond/react to a
genuine moment
e) A Painting Speaks- metaphor on communication

II. Taking Ownership
a) From intimidation to control- Color
b) The rudder and the anchor- Values
c) Implementing the neglected Peripheral
d) Brushwork…mastering the Gesture

III. Demonstrations
a) The Creeper
b) Fumee Falls

V. Questions/Answers
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Outline for October the 25th-

Imbuing Harmony & Unity thru Undertones
with artist/instructor Larry Seiler

Premise…
Undertones give the painter a great deal of creative
freedom and license to the level of finishing of a work.
Less finishing…the painting has a more abstract
contemporary flare. Certain colors will complement or
excite the palette.

I. Our Deficit as Painters of Light-
a) Edgar Payne’s analysis
b) Undertones and how they excite
c) Warm, neutral…or any color
d) partial undertoning

II. Video- “Last Light Impressions”
a) Palette setup
b) Composing & Mid Value block-in
c) Sky trick taught by Emile Gruppe
d) Sky Holes or Sculpting Trees
e) Finishing…and assessing the experience

III. Questions/Answers
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November the first...as part of this session, (last in the series) I plan on sharing some gouache animations...such as this one here...which allows you to see various colored undertones, very direct brushwork...

Last Light on Hwy 8- A fall scenario...



as well as some video which I'm sure you'll enjoy!
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