Thu, Feb 29|
Art Room at Crooked Creek Park
Take Your Painting to the Next Level – with Steven S. Walker
February 29 - March 2 – 9am - 4pm This workshop is full. Join the wait list for free!
Time & Location
Feb 29, 2024, 9:00 AM – Mar 02, 2024, 4:00 PM
Art Room at Crooked Creek Park, 1098 Old Lexington Hwy, Chapin, SC 29036, USA
About The Event
THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL!
Payment options for remaining balance due are only for people already registered. You can request to be added to the waitlist using the link below.
Take your paintings to the next level through this three-day workshop with artist/ instructor, Steven S. Walker. Participants will learn how to capture light and how to achieve captivating glows within their paintings while using photographs of their choice as reference. Many of the basic elements of design such as color, composition and depth will be explored along with a discussion pertaining to observation and photographing for reference. A primary focus during the workshop will be to gain a fundamental understanding of painting materials, techniques and studio practices to make your painting process easier and more successful. Each day will include a demonstration at the beginning of class. This workshop is open to all levels. Each student will receive individual attention catered to his or her skill level. Artists may use oil or acrylics.
The Following is a SUGGESTED supply list.
If you have any questions about the supply list or what to expect please feel free to contact Steven Walker at email@example.com or call (229)850-0037
Recommended Brands of Paints to purchase
M. Graham Company, Winsor/Newton Artist Oil Colors , or Gamblin or Lukas 1862 (If you can avoid it… NO student grade paints)
Transparent Red Iron Oxide or Burnt Sienna
Alizarin Crimson Cadmium Red or Cadmium Red Light*
Cadmium Yellow Deep
Cadmium Yellow Light or Cadmium Lemon *
Cobalt Blue or Cerulean Blue
Titanium White or Titanium White Alkyd (fast drying) *
Any other colors that you may want to use.
Winsor and Newton Oil Brushes
Bristle Flats numbers 4, 6, 8, 10 *
Synthetic Rounds numbers 1, 2 (for detail)
Small palette knife
I strongly recommend painting on Ampersand gesso panels because of their durability and rigid nature. Two to three pre-gessoed hardwood / masonite panels in any of the following sizes (11x14, 16x20 and/or 18x24) Bring sizes that you are slightly bigger than what you’re comfortable working with. Believe it is harder to work on smaller paintings than larger paintings. Please avoid canvas if you can because it takes extra preparation even when purchased pre gesssoed.
Solvent Free Fluid by Gamblin (preferred) or Galkyd Lite.
Gamsol or Olive Oil or Walnut Oil *
Resealable Jar / Container for solvents*
Paper Towels* Disposable Paper Palette or glass palette*
At least 5 photographs for reference*
Notepad to take notes*
*= absolute must.
About The Artist
Steven S.Walker has been creating inspiring works of art for corporations and private collectors for over twenty years. He earned his bachelor’s degree in fine arts at Virginia Commonwealth University with a concentration in illustration. He would later earn his masters in fine arts from Marywood University.
As a full time artist, Steven has been included in several local and national juried competitions including the Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional, Salon and National, Richeson 75 Landscape Competition, Plein Air Salon, the International Salon and the Art Renewal Center. Steven also had the privilege of being a part of a statewide traveling exhibition with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Steven's career has also included plein air events including Plein Air South, Forgotten Coast Plein Air, Georgia Colors and the Olmsted Invitational (which earned him a judges award from the editor of art collector magazine). Most recently, Steven was given signature status in the Oil Painters of America.
Steven continues to work hard on the advancement of his career, with the assistance of his lovely wife Evelyn and studio assistant/daughter Poppy. Currently, his work is represented in over ten galleries across the United States.
“If you want to know my secret, ask my wife and daughter…they are the real heroes in my success story.”
Registration is open to all artists. CCAL members pay $325 ($50 minimum deposit required). Non-members pay $350 ($50 minimum deposit required).
Note: This event will be held indoors. By registering for this event you agree that you understand the risks of COVID and agree to the CCAL COVID Waiver Policy.
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CCAL Member Balance Due -SWaSale ends: Mar 02, 9:00 AM
Mar 02, 9:00 AM
USE ONLY IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PAID A DEPOSIT. This is to make payment for the balance due for a registrant that has already paid their $50 deposit.Price$275.00
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Non Member Balance Due -SWaSale ends: Mar 02, 9:00 AM
Mar 02, 9:00 AM
USE ONLY IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PAID A DEPOSIT. This is to make payment for the balance due for a registrant that has already paid their $50 deposit.Price$300.00
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