with Richard Jordan
Two day workshop: Wednesday, July 31 & Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. daily
Trees are grand living things and we relate to them on an emotional level. As artists, we should feel something when we paint trees, yet often they are handled as props or filler. Whether they are the center of interest in your painting, or the supporting cast, how you paint trees can either elevate them as giants or leave them looking small and uninspired.
In this special workshop, Richard will demonstrate his approach to painting trees and how you can give them life and a believable presence in your work.
Contact Pickle Street School Studio to register.
Richard Jordan began plein air painting in 1997 while enjoying a long career with the Kalamazoo Gazette as a page designer and illustrator. In 2008, he founded the Plein Air Artists of West Michigan and continues to serve as its director today. He has shown his work in a number of galleries and art shows across Southwest Michigan, and began teaching plein air workshops in 2013.
View Richard's artist website at artistrichardjordan.com