About the Workshop

Paint and brush are used in the two-dimensional painting environment to create light, space, and a new visual order. Combining landscape painting with time spent in the studio, this course explores ways to develop responses to nature in painting. The focus is on building spatial structure, illumination, and techniques for manipulating paint. Different approaches to painting by Western and Eastern artists are discussed, as well as how each view art practice. Students can continue working on existing paintings, or start a new one for the week. Includes slide lectures.

About Yuan Zuo

Yuan Zuo has taught and lectured at MassArt, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, the graduate program of Boston University, and Tsinghua University School of Arts and Design, and has initiated many public art projects in the US and China. His work knits together Chinese and Western approaches to representation, color, form and light. His oil paintings are collected by many international corporations and individuals. He studied at the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing and received his BFA and MFA from MassArt. Yuan Zuo

Dates

July 15-21, 2018

noncredit $975

undergraduate credit $1,155

graduate credit $1,215

Accommodations

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