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.

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

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