April 17, 18, 19, 2019
Over the course of a three-day workshop we will make a series of color poster studies. We will work small (under 8 x 10”), and place down planes of color, simplifying away all the extraneous detail. Each study will be done in 3 hours and will explore a different approach to color. We will experiment with a warm/cool palette, a 3-color palette, complementary colors, high chroma, play with how one color might read as 2 different colors based on the relationships around it. We will talk about how color can be used to organize composition. The workshop will be taught through slide lectures, demos, and individual and group critique.
ZOEY FRANK was born in Boulder, Colorado in 1987. She completed four years of classical atelier training under Juliette Aristides at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, and received an MFA in painting from Laguna College of Art and Design. Zoey has received numerous honors and awards, including an Elizabeth Greenshields grant in 2013, the Artist’s Magazine All Media Competition Grand Prize of 2012, the Hudson River Fellowship in 2012, scholarships from the Albert K. Murray foundation, the Stacy Foundation and the Art Renewal Center. Her work has been featured in Fine Art Connoisseur, the International Artist’s Magazine, Artist’s Magazine, and Southwest Art, among other publications.
Full cost of this workshop is $520. A 50% deposit is required to hold a spot. Refund policies can be found on this website. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to register.