Master Copy Painting

For centuries, artists have been studying and copying masterworks as an learning tool. It's a wonderful way to learn brushwork, color harmony, and paint application. Is there an artist you've always admired? Bring a high resolution photo printed to at least 8" x 10". It will be interesting to see the artists each of you choose and we can all learn from one another's efforts.
Image: Joaquín Sorolla, Rosebush at the Sorolla House, 1918 –19. Oil on canvas,25 ¼ x 37 ¼ in. Museo Sorolla, Madrid.

Thursdays, September 5-October 3, 9am-12pm
Skill Level:
Adult: All Levels
CAM Member $176 / Not-yet Member $220
Sheri Farley

The Zorn palette of titanium white, yellow ochre, cadmium red pale and ivory black. If you can research the colors used by the artist you've chosen, all the better! A variety of filbert bristle brushes, odorless mineral spirits in a lidded container and paper towels (blue shop towels are great, as is Bounty)
Canvas 11x14