Live on Zoom from Canada
Dates: Feb 2, 3 & 4, 2023
Time: 10:00 – 1:00 PM Eastern US Time Zone
Location: Zoom Workshop however Chota Classroom A will be open for those that want to gather
Contact Information: email@example.com
Cost: $210 (non-members $245) *membership available to East Tennessee residents only
Class Size: Min 12 Max 30
Sign-up: Registration is closed.
Deadline: January 4, 2023
Cancellation Policy: Participants may cancel up to 30 days prior to the start of the Workshop. There will be no refunds within 30 days of the workshop. If AGTV or the instructor cancels the workshop, participants will get a full refund. To cancel, fill out the workshop refund request form
Workshop Content: Conjure the spirit of the landscape in this innovative program. Discover secrets and strategies for interpreting and simplifying the landscape as you build your painting from the ground up with overlapping bands and interlocking shapes. Learn negative painting strategies and the successful sequencing of opaque and transparent glazes for a luxurious patina and gentle glow in your work.
Explore brushwork techniques for creating textures and subtle transitions of delicate tints and muted hues. Learn how to layer lost and found edges to suggest windswept meadows and distant trees. Investigate how and where to use captured negatives and establish minimal hard edges to gradually bring your work into soft focus.Whether you work on location, from your imagination or photos, you will be amazed by this elegant, alternative method of painting the landscape.
Workshop format: This workshop will be held on Zoom. Students may gather at Chota to work together or enjoy the workshop from the comfort of their home. Each of our three days together includes live Keynote presentations, paint- along exercises, a full video demonstration, personal painting time and live Q&A. Linda will create a private webpage for the workshop where you will find reference photos, student handouts, specific supply lists and a bonus video. All of the main demonstrations will be posted on our webpage for 6 weeks following the workshop.
Here are some of the topics and lessons we will work on together:
– Seeing the landscape in a new, inspiring way.
– Translating what you see into a great painting plan.
– Simplified landscape design and dynamic stylizing.
– Landscape shape-making basics.
– Layering shapes to build any landscape.
– Creating expressive textures that paint the foreground for you!
– Working with paints and products for spectacular visual effects!
– Creating mood and atmosphere in your landscapes.
Join us and discover the joy of creating landscapes using negative painting techniques. This exciting, alternative approach may start you on the path to creating your best acrylic landscapes ever!
Supply List: Click here to view the supply list. The supply list is “general”. The specific colors for each project will be provided on a private workshop website. Students will receive the link for the website closer to the workshop.
Biography: Linda Kemp is internationally recognized for her unique contemporary watercolors and acrylics. Her innovative use of negative painting is the focus of her two best-selling books, Watercolor Painting Outside the Lines and Simplifying Design and Color For Artists. Linda is featured in art publications, video and internet forums, with over 1.5 million YouTube views.
She is honored to be a Life Member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolor (CSPWC), the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA) and a Life Member of the Society of Canadian Artists (SAC). Her award-winning paintings are in collections around the world, including The Royal Collection, Windsor Castle, U.K.
In 2008, Linda was awarded the A.J. Casson Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Watercolor, the top award for the CSPWC National Exhibition, Open Waters. In 2005, she was awarded Woman of the Year for Arts and Culture.
Linda instructs at symposiums and workshops throughout Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and France and now online. She has served as juror for numerous national and international exhibitions, including the 2020 Women in Watercolor International Juried Competition and 2022 Transparent Watercolor Society of America.
Instructor Website: www.lindakemp.com