Paul Iezzi Teaches Painting At The Farmington Valley Arts Center, Avon, CT
Not Your Usual Still Life
Meet Paul Iezzi, A Popular Connecticut Artist And Teacher
Paul, a very accomplished painter who works in all media and styles brings a funky edge to his classes. The students enjoy Paul's creative and laid back approach to learning about painting. Although a quiet presence in the classroom, Paul's coaching motivates student's to expand their skill level and experiment with new approaches to oil, acrylic and mixed media painting. After all, you can learn about foreground and background with daffodils just as easy as with Prada shoes. And if color is the lesson of the day, why not try to compose a painting with red and white shoes instead of lilac and pink carnations.
Painting Shoes Is A Fun Way To Learn About Color, Design And Composition
Using SHOES as the subject of a still life painting also allows the painter plenty of room to experiment with a variety of styles and designs. You can paint what you see or exaggerate the size, color and elements of the composition. I really enjoyed looking over the student's shoulder to see how each student made their painting their very own!
To take a class at The Farmington Valley Arts Center contact Jim Brunelle at http://artsfvac.org/
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