Ages: Adults
Days: Tuesdays
Dates: June 4 – June 25, 2019 (Ongoing, on a monthly basis)
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Class Fee: $140 (Month of June, 4 sessions)
Instructor: Dan Patterson
Class Minimum: 3
Class Maximum: 8

This class is designed for intermediate and advanced students that have been painting for a while and wish to increase their knowledge and move to that next skill level. Work on your own projects while taking advantage of Dan’s 40+ years of painting experience. The purpose of this class is to improve upon what you already know, and expose you to new techniques and possibilities that will make you a better artist. Dan will regularly give demonstrations, teach you techniques he has used on his own paintings, and share instructional material as needed. Both oil and acrylic are welcome in this class. Some tabletop easels will be available, but feel free to bring your own easels. Please bring the paints, mediums, brushes, and canvas/panels that you have been using. During the first class, Dan will be discussing the items that he uses.

This class will be an ongoing monthly class, continue for as many months as you would like. Class fee for 4 session months will be $140, and 5 session months will be $175.

Hi, l’m Dan Patterson. I’ve been painting fine art for over 40 years, specializing in oil painting. I am currently known for my still life and landscape work, but also do wildlife and an occasional figure painting. I strive to create realistic compositions by painting familiar subjects and employing a careful understanding of how light affects our perception of color. I work from my studio where I’ve developed my painting skills as a fine artist. My education was acquired from Illinois Central College and Minneapolis Technical College in the fields of commercial and fine art. I worked in the commercial art field as an illustrator, production artist, and designer since 1978, and I was also a college commercial art instructor for 10 years. During my time as a commercial artist I always pursued my love for fine art, and over the last few years I have been able to devote myself full-time to fine art.

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