Mastering Values in the Pastel Landscape
Event Dates: May 16-19, 2018
Workshop • May 16 – May 18, 2018
9am – 4pm (Wed, Thurs, Fri)
Through a variety of different daily underpainting exercises we will hone your ability to identify proper values and how to use them to create different shapes, volumes and compositions. Each day will start with a demonstration and there will be plenty of individualized instruction.
Cost of Workshop: $375
Lecture • Saturday, May 19, 2018
10am – 12pm
Liz Haywood-Sullivan will be discussing the business of art. Covering such topics as gallery representation and other means of selling art, weekend exhibits, commissions, advertising, framing, pricing, websites, networking and other business topics.
Cost for Lecture: $20
Lunch will be included if you sign up for both the lecture and the demonstration.
Demonstration • Saturday, May 19, 2018
1pm – 3:30pm
Both the workshop and demonstration will focus on one of the primary building blocks of any successful landscape painting-Value. You have always heard how important value is in representational painting, and this is an excellent opportunity to really focus on how to make it work for you.
Cost of Demonstration: $40
Location: The Art Shop 3900 • West Market Street • Greensboro, NC 27407
Liz-Haywood Sullivan PSA-MP. IAPS/MC, is a representational landscape artist dedicated to the pastel medium. Her award-winning paintings are defined by light, atmosphere and graphic compositions, which often feature the interplay between man and the environment. In 1996, she left the design world to follow her passion for fine art and since then has worked as a professional artist, art educator, and arts advocate. Liz was the third president of the The International Association of Pastel Societies (IAPS) from 2013 to 2017. During her tenure she managed three Biennial IAPS Conventions and twelve Juried Exhibitions.
She serves on the Board of Advisors for The Pastel Journal and continues as a board member of IAPS. Liz’s paintings are collected worldwide and have also appeared in art magazines around the world. She appears in numerous books, including authoring Painting Brilliant Skies and Water (Northlight Books 2013), recently translated into Chinese.
Liz teaches nationally and internationally, along with judging and conducting demonstrations for numerous art organizations.