Workshops

Workshops


Treat yourself to a weekend that focuses on honing your artistic skills. Personal and encouraging critiques of all student work will be provided. This workshop is open to painters of all experience levels. The only prerequisite is a desire to make still-life paintings that look “real.”

Limited art supplies sold in the museum store. Discount for members.

iPadArt

Portrait Painting 2-Day Workshop with John Peck

Dates: June 3 & 4
Time: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Fee: $245 TMA member, $265 non-member

Details

This workshop is about painting a classical portrait. It’s designed for artists who wish to see and paint realistically. It will be especially valuable to students who have experience drawing with charcoal on paper. We’ll start with a monochrome underpainting- then move into limited palette painting. Each session will begin with a brief lecture followed by work directly with a model. Friendly and encouraging critiques are provided throughout the weekend. A discussion of tools and materials will be included.


Click HERE for Portrait Drawing with John Peck Materials List



iPadArt

iPad Art with Sumit Vishwakarma

Dates: TBA
Time: TBA
Fee: $40 TMA member, $50 non-member

Details

This two-hour workshop covers expert instruction in use of major art apps developed for the iPad or mobile tablet. To encourage and inspire their imaginations, students will be given a project including portraits, landscape, still-life or even abstract art depending on the student’s individual creative choices. At the end, each student will walk away with a portfolio of digital art they can display and share digitally or in printed format.

Sumit Vishwakarma is the founder of Mobile Art Academy and curator of mDAC Summit. Professionally an engineer and an artist at heart, Sumit exclusively creates art on iPad and tablets using different apps, his fingers or a stylus. His goal is to educate kids, teens and adults about simple digital techniques that can be applied with traditional painting skills to create beautiful artwork on tablets. He researches with new apps, app mashing and develop creative 'app-flows'. His scope of mobile creativity covers a wide spectrum from digital art to animation, 3D modeling to media creation and movie making.

He has been featured speaker at Macworld, National Creativity Summit - Pittsburgh, TEDx, Mobile Creativity & Innovation Symposium - NZ and several mobile art events. His work has been featured in various art galleries including the first Mobile Art Festival in Los Angles, Apple flagship store in San Francisco, Autodesk Sketchbook news, Macworld Digital Art gallery and other art & tech blogs such as cult-of-Mac, TUAW, iCreate Magazine.

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