CAS Summer 2015 Workshops Recap
Every Summer the CAS hosts several workshops bringing great new learning experiences that turn into treasured memories for all the participants, and this year was no exception.
We started out Summer Break with CAS director Ryan Brown teaching a 5 day sight size portrait workshop. Participants got one on one instruction on how to break down and accurately see the portrait of the model they were painting or drawing. Summer scholarship winner, Christelle Xu, was one of the participants as her scholarship covered her tuition costs for the workshop.
Then we got the special treat of hosting Edward Minoff as he taught his 5 day portrait workshop. Starting out with drawing, then into grisaille painting, and on to full color painting. By the end of the week our heads hurt from Edward's vast knowledge of form that he was so gracious enough to share so freely.
The final workshop of the summer was Ryan Brown's Plein Air workshop. Students got some fresh mountain air as they painted every afternoon in the gorgeous light of Hobble Creek Canyon. Summer Scholarship winner, Neldon Bullock, was one of the participants as his scholarship covered his tuition costs for the workshop.
We had a fantastic summer learning new techniques during these workshops, and now we're excited to apply what we learned to our work during the upcoming school year.
If you'd like more information about any of the workshops discussed here, or any future workshops, please email firstname.lastname@example.org