Sessions by Shawn Barber and Andre Malcolm
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  • Friday

    May 4, 2018

  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Artists only, pre-registration required. Onsite registration starts at 9:30 a.m. in Rooms 207 & 208, 2nd Floor – S.D. Concourse.
    Meeting Rooms 207 & 208, 2nd Floor – San Diego Concourse
    Session Details
    In this 2-hour drawing workshop, André Malcolm will demonstrate and walk you through the components of how to design and draw a Japanese-style dragon. He will teach you drawing techniques on how to master the dragon’s head, body, and overall composition. In the first hour, André will discuss and dissect the individual components of sketching and drawing a dragon during a live demonstration. The second hour will be interactive, where you will design and sketch your own dragon. André will answer questions and provide real-time feedback to help you skillfully master the art of dragon design. This course is recommended for all levels of experience.
    I will provide these items for you. You do not need to bring.
    Paper, No. 2 pencils, erasers What you should bring (optional): Faber Castell drafting mechanical pencil 0.5 mm, sketch book

  • Saturday

    May 5, 2018

  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    Artists only-pre-registration required
    Meeting Room 206, 2nd Floor – San Diego Concourse
    Session Details
    In this 1 day, 3 Hour Painting Workshop, Shawn will demonstrate and walk you through creating a portrait painting from reference. We will be working with a limited palette, photo reference and painting a still life over a 3-hour period. The first two hours we will focus on drawing, color mixing and laying down a solid foundation. Then we will work back into the paintings and work towards completion. Shawn will demonstrate process and go back and forth between active assistance and demonstration. This seminar includes discussion and demonstration on palette setup, medium choices, color mixing, constructing a drawing and painting the portrait from reference. Within the seminar, we will elaborate on the power of suggestion and 'building up' oil paint to a level of completion. This course is recommended for the beginner to intermediate level painter, however some experience in painting is encouraged.
    Painting Supply List
    glass turpenoid jar with lid, portable easel, palette (wood, glass, or disposable), rags or paper towels, small cup for medium, assorted brushes: synthetic and bristle, mostly filberts/ a couple of small rounds, 12” x 16” gessoed panel or canvas
    Oil Paints Needed (preferably Winsor Newton artist grade or comparable, not Winton)
    titanium white, yellow ochre, cadmium scarlet or vermillion red or cadmium red light, burnt sienna, cobalt blue, ivory black (feel free to bring more colors than this, if you have them)
    I will provide these items for you. You do not need to bring.
    galkyd, galkyd slow dry, turpenoid or gamsol

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