Day 1 – Selecting the most appropriate dominance of color, value, line, or texture for the subject you select.
Day 2- Declaring which contrast works best for your subject –strong – subtle; neutral -bright; busy – minimal.
Day 3- Shapes and edges – most appropriate for the chosen subject. e.i.- soft organic shapes work well for traditional landscape paintings. Geometric hard edged shapes for the cityscapes.
Day 4- Space and dimension – Choose flat, shallow, or deep space coupled with 2-D or 3-D objects.
Day 5 – Summarize and declare a direction.
The workshop will run from Monday, February 4 through Friday, February 8. There will be a Welcome Reception for all MISA West workshop participants on Sunday evening, February 3, at 6pm.
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