AT-EL-IER: adl-yā/ | noun | A workshop or studio, especially one used by an artist or designer. Work alongside established professional artists in a small focused setting.

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GETTING TO THE HEART OF PAINTING
AN ATELIER WITH QUANG HO

QUANG HO
Ability: All

This comprehensive painting workshop will foster an understanding of the vocabulary and language of painting so that each artist will have a clearer direction in their own work. This intensive workshop will include instructor demonstrations and painting from life, still-life, sketches, photos, and landscapes. All mediums are welcome, although watercolor allows for less flexibility. Students of all levels will acquire the understanding and vocabulary necessary to make real progress with their own work, as well as challenge themselves with visual ideas.

  • Friday, Dec. 15 from 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Saturday, Dec. 16 from 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Sunday, Dec. 17 from 9:00am-4:00pm

CONTEMPORARY ARTIST STUDIO
FROM CONCEPT TO COMPLETION

DAISY PATTON
Ability: Advanced, professional

Denver-based artist Daisy Patton will lead an atelier workshop where we will be considering what contemporary art is and what it means to create this type of artwork. During this workshop, students will visit contemporary artists’ studios around the Denver metro area and possibly a gallery or museum. Through this workshop, you will get a behind-the-scenes peek at contemporary artists’ process and their work. On the last day of the workshop, we will break into groups and brainstorm projects that participants would like to pursue. Students are encouraged to bring ideas for a project they would like to create, and we will discuss how to make it happen.

Thursday, Feb. 1 to Saturday, Feb. 3
9:00am – 4:00pm 

$220.50 for 3-day workshop
$262.50 for non-members

Daisy Patton

STUDIO LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS
BRINGING NATURE INSIDE

DAN YOUNG
Ability: Advanced, Intermediate

The emphasis of this atelier workshop will be creating stronger paintings with more impact. We will concentrate on the importance of how you start your paintings by simplifying and editing from your reference. We will be working in the studio from photos and or field paintings.The workshop will stress the fundamental of values, composition, drawing, color and how to apply them in your paintings. The key will be making paintings and not copying our reference. Come prepared with painting supplies and a sketch pad with a drawing implement of your choice. There will be demos, discussions and hopefully a few laughs.

Thursday, May 3 to Saturday May 5
9:00am – 4:00pm 

$300 for 3-day workshop
$350 for non-members