Oil and Acrylic Impressionist Painting Methods with Harold Frontz
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Oil and Acrylic Impressionist Painting Methods: What you Need to Know
This workshop is ideal for oil and acrylic painters of all levels who are unfamiliar with, or would like to learn more about essential painting concepts. The course will offer a “paint along” option that will focus on the five important principles in creating a painting: drawing, composition, value patterns, color properties, and application of the paint. A portion of the workshop will be devoted to presenting these important techniques and examples designed to illustrate methods for gaining personal competence. By becoming proficient with the craft of art, each person’s artistic preference can then assert itself with the freedom and confidence that comes with technical self-assurance. The workshop features handouts, demonstrations, and individual attention focused on each participant’s unique needs. Harold’s demonstrations will include a rustic cabin, a boat, and a sunset. However, students may choose any subject matter when developing their paintings (landscapes, still life subjects, seascapes, coastal scenes, ships, etc.).
- Harold Frontz
Harold considers himself a contemporary impressionist painter with an interest in all themes including landscapes, seascapes, still life, and wild life subjects. He has been strongly influenced by artists of the Massachusetts Cape Ann School and is privileged to have studied under such notable artists as Charles Movalli and Ted Goerschner. He also received instruction in Plein air painting at the British Mounts Bay Art Centre in Newlyn, the birth place of outdoor painting in England.
Harold has exhibited in numerous juried venues and teaches art workshops throughout the Eastern United States. He has a Master’s Degree in Social Work, a Doctorate in Counseling, and has worked for over 30 years as a behavioral healthcare professional.