The Danny Jones Art Workshop is different from any other art workshop that you may have taken. “Having been an art teacher for 35 years, I know that it is important to build on each workshop participant’s own artistic abilities. I help them to progress at their own pace. For everyone to achieve the best of their artistic abilities, I constantly monitor and give each participant’s work constructive, individual attention.”
Each person is at a different place in their artistic search, therefore, I work with each participant individually by continually walking around monitoring each person’s work. Participants may work with any medium they choose; watercolor, oils, pencils, pastels, etc. (It can be a great time to try something you’ve never tried before and/or +a time to mix media.)
Each artist will need to choose the subject matter for their workshop painting or drawing projects – person, animal, landscape, still life, up to you. Bring the photographs (quite a few) that you want to work from, preferably photos that you took instead of magazine photos. Painters may want to have their subjects drawn on their paper/canvas before the workshop begins to save time. Should a participant feel uncomfortable about his or her drawing skills, he/she may choose to wait until the workshop begins to get my verbal help.
Each day begins with a “mini-lesson” on topics such as: drawing skills, shading, drawing the human body, portraits or composition. The participants spend the remainder of class time working at their own pace while I continue to collaborate with each person about his or her work. Should you have questions, please call: 817.707.9473 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit my website: www.dannyjonesartwork.com
October 28, 29, 30. 9:00-3:00, $275
For more workshop information: Visit arton12.com or call Jan @713-569-5173 to sign up.