Glazing in Oil
Workshop Info: Whether an avid painter or novice, whether one paints in a refined representational style or wild abstraction, integrating the use of multiple glazing layers can increase the depth and luminosity of the work. Attention will be paid to developing process strategies for each student. The painting techniques we explore are designed to enhance one’s own personal style with tools that encourage experimentation.
Date & Time: Saturday, August 7, 2021 10:30AM – 1:30PM
Instructor: Charles Gulbrandsen
About the Instructor: Charles Gulbrandsen graduated from the Cooper Union with distinction in 1985 as a painting major and soon began a career in art restoration. After many decades of in-painting the missing and damaged areas of thousands of paintings, he had to resolve many technical challenges, and in so doing, synthesized this experience into the development of his own style.
Supply List: Titanium White, Naples Yellow, Payne’s gray, Raw Umber, Ivory Black, Burnt Umber, Alizarin Crimson, Terra Verte, Windsor Newton Liquin, (8.4oz. minimum) Turpenoid. In addition to these pigments, students are encouraged to bring whatever colors they choose, disposable palette, containers for turpenoid and liquin, brushes, rags, and a palette knife.