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Evening Paint [Stills, Landscapes & Portraits]
October 7 - November 18$375
Weekly Classes on Wednesdays 6:30-9:30pm | 6 Online Sessions via Zoom
[No class November 4th]
The evening course will focus on the fundamentals of oil painting with two sessions devoted to still life, two to landscapes (from your photo references) and two to portrait/clothed figure from a live model.
(Those not wanting to paint from the model may work from their own still life setup.)
Model and still life material fees are extra and will be paid directly to the instructor. (Model fees will be split between all students regardless of whether they choose to paint the model.)
All levels are welcome and instruction will be tailored to your needs.
Want to learn something in specific? Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will work that into the instruction.
About Jill Banks: Awards and rewards have been plentiful since Jill turned to art as a second career in 2003. They include a First Place in the 2018 Telluride Plein Air Quick Draw (and Top Seller at that event), Best of Show in the September 2016 BoldBrush Painting Competition (out of 1440 entries), Best in Show at the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club’s (CLWAC) Members Exhibition in NYC, three Best of Show awards at the Art League, an Honorable Mention of Artistic Excellence at Salon International, a Certificate of Merit in Oils at the Salmagundi Club’s
Non-Member Exhibition, three memorial awards at the CLWAC Annual Juried Exhibition at the National Arts Club, three-time finalist in the Artists’ Magazine’s Annual Art Competition, First Place in Paint Herndon! and two Best of Shows at artReston. She was twice awarded Strauss Fellowship grants by the Arts council of Fairfax County. Her work was featured on the cover of élan Magazine in January 2015, April 2011 and May 2006. Jill was featured as an Artist to Watch in Southwest Art Magazine’s July 2017 issue. Her paintings have also appeared in American Art Collector, Southwest Art, Fine Art Connoisseur, the Washington Post, Virginia Living, Spaces Magazine and VivaTysons. Tied for all those awards are the joy of seeing students thrive and new owners start (or continue) the journey of enjoying living with her art everyday. Read more about Jill here.