Sat, Oct 06 | Fort Worth Community Arts Center

Painting Metallic Objects in Oil

Painting metals objects is a challenge for any oil painter, whether it's metal glass frames in portraiture, metal signs in landscapes, or metal pitchers in still-life. If you want to learn how to make your metal appear more realistic, then come to this focused and convenient one-day workshop.
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Painting Metallic Objects in Oil

Time & Location

Oct 06, 2018, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX, USA

About The Event

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Painting metals objects is a challenge for any oil painter, whether it's metal glass frames in portraiture, metal signs in landscapes, or metal pitchers in still-life. If you want to learn how to make your metal appear more realistic, then come to this focused and convenient one-day workshop.

In this one day workshop students will learn strategies for depicting shiny and reflective metallic surfaces, and then apply these strategies in their own small still life.

MICHAEL AND AUDRA PIANTA

Organizer of Painting Metallic Objects in Oil

Michael Pianta is an artist living in Fort Worth, TX. He graduated cum laude with a BFA from the University of Texas at Tyler in 2009. He graduated from the Texas Academy of Figurative Art (TAFA) in May 2017. Since 2014, he has taught private and group drawing and painting lessons in and around Fort Worth. In 2016, he was made an instructor at TAFA for the figure drawing night class.

www.mpiantaart.com

Audra Pianta teaches art classes to children in the DFW area and has taught multiple art courses for youth ages 12-20 overseas at a non-governmental organization. Audra holds a master's degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and studied under Ron Cheek at the Texas Academy of Figurative Art for two years.

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