About the Workshop

Starting with small quick studies and limited color palettes students will build up to longer one-day paintings. Students will be helped in setting up to paint, and specific projects related to composition, color and other formal issues will be assigned. An important component will be learning how to sketch and note-take on site so as to hone observational skills in order to paint away from the site.  Painting at night is encouraged on campus.  Daily group critiques are an important component as well as one-on-one instruction and demonstrations. The workshop will be conducted primarily in oil, however students are welcome to work in acrylic or gouache.

About Elizabeth O'Reilly

Elizabeth O’Reilly received her BEd from The National University of Ireland, and an MFA from Brooklyn College. O’Reilly currently teaches at The National Academy School, and has taught at The New School for Social Research, Parsons School of Design, Brooklyn College and Pratt Institute, all in New York City. O’Reilly shows at the George Billis Gallery in New York and at the Caldbeck Gallery in Rockland, Maine.  Her work has been reviewed extensively in Art In America, The New York Sun and Art News.  Ms. O’Reilly’s work is found in many corporate and public collections, including the State Department, Washington D.C., The State Collection of Ireland, and the Memphis Brooks Museum in Memphis, TN. elizabetho’reilly.com


july 23-29, 2017

noncredit $945

undergraduate credit $1,115

graduate credit $1,175


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