Qiang Huang  

  

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4-Day Still Life Painting Workshop

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Register with a deposit of $200 which will hold your place. The balance of $295 will be due on May 20, 2018. First come, first served. These workshops often sell out quickly so get your deposit in as soon as possible to assure your spot. Postmark date will determine sequence of registration. Payment may be made by mailing a check to: QH Art Studio, 3208 Appennini Way, Cedar Park, TX 78613.


If the workshop is full, you will go on the waiting list and if you do not get in your check or payment will be returned. 


If you find out you cannot attend and notify us at least 30 days prior to the workshop you will receive a full refund. If you notify us less than 30 days before the workshop the deposit cannot be refunded. After the workshop starts  no tuition can be refunded. 


By Qiang Huang

​June 20 - 23, 2018   9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Location:  Anderson Mill Garden Club, 13974 FM 2769, Leander, TX 78641


​$495


Qiang's approach to still life painting will be demonstrated with particular focus on creating dramatic set ups by observing the light distribution, and using bold and loose strokes to create a powerful and accurate representation on canvas. Using demonstrations and individual assistance, Qiang will explain his process of creating energetic paintings by manipulating values, colors, edges, and brushwork. Personal attention will be given to each student according to his or her current skill level and personal goals in art. The workshop is designed for indoor practice with live settings.

Qiang Huang will teach his 5 step method of painting a still life in oil. He will focus first on initial placement of the elements on the canvas; second on setting the values by designing the shadow and light patterns; third adding the colors, fourth modeling fine details,  checking edges to sharpen or soften as needed;  finally the consolidation phase by adding final touches to complete the painting.