Join Natalie Featherston for a one-day still life painting workshop and learn about color in a fun and easy way. You’re encouraged to paint what inspires you, and your composition should include a lemon to explore simple color basics.
What you’ll learn:
- Why chroma can be the most challenging part of color, and why it matters
- How to create a color mixing plan to match hue, value and chroma every time
- How understanding color theory can make your paintings more vibrant
- How the value-chroma relationship is key in turning form convincingly in your work
- A list of the colors and mixing strategies Natalie uses in her daily practice.
Natalie Featherston is a professional artist specializing in realism and trompe l’oeil who is a new resident of Rhode Island. Her career spans more than two decades, and her paintings are exhibited in fine art galleries across the country. Acclaimed by critics and collectors alike, her work has been published in major art publications and has garnered awards from many esteemed art institutions. She lives on the East Side of Providence where she has a studio in her home.