Phone/WhatsApp

+1 941 330 6865

Email

info@yeliseyev.com

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri: 10AM - 9PM

Artists of all levels are welcome!

Vladislav’s workshops already helped a lot of painters to take their painting skills to the next level. Now his watercolor and sketching courses are available online through streaming on Vimeo and Live Online workshops. SEE WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY (click here)

Now you have unique firsthand opportunity to learn with Vladislav Yeliseyev in the comfort of your own studio or home.

These online workshops are designed as in-person workshop where you will be getting a lot of individual guidance. During the course you will

  • learn the tonal values and fundamental connection between colors and values
  • discover important role of values in overall composition
  • advance your drawing and sketching skills
  • gain confidence with watercolor application techniques and Vlad’s bold brush approach
  • explore light distribution on objects
  • receive feedback and many more other benefits of studying with the master
  • additional benefits related to a particular workshop 

Pre-requisite: basic watercolor experience.

What you need to prepare for the class online ahead of time:

  • Computer or laptop, or tablet (iPad) with connected web camera and microphone
  • Connection to internet, WIFI
  • Test your sound and video settings before the workshop
  • For best experience download ZOOM app
  • Register for the class with Zoom/Paypal/credit card or Zelle
  • Art materials supply list
  • Pencil drawing on watercolor paper (Vlad will provide pencil layout and value sketch if required)

NEW TO ZOOM? NEED SUPPORT? Don’t hesitate to contact us by phone 941-330-6865 or email info@yeliseyev.com


Each workshop is planned as an independent workshop so you can take as many days as you wish in any order. Vlad will offer the variety of subjects best suited for the learning experience. After registration the participant will receive all reference materials by email which include:

  • photo reference(s)
  • line drawing (if required for the workshop)
  • value sketch (if required)
  • color chart (if required)
  • list of materials 
  • all other important information to get ready for the workshop

Students of all levels are welcome and will benefit from this gainful experience.


After registering on Zoom, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining this workshop/webinar on Zoom. Virtual room will open at least 15 min prior to starting time of the workshop. Check your Spam folder if you don’t receive immediate confirmation. The reminders will be sent to you 1 day and 1 hour prior the workshop. 

SCHEDULE and REGISTRATIONS:


Value Sketching with Vlad Workshop

October 1, 2020 | 11am – 2pm ET

Do you really think good paintings just fall from the sky?  What it takes to make a leap of faith from nobody cares photo to a great painting? Let’s practice your drawing and sketching skills for variety of subject matters. Vlad will explain nuances and danger zones in composition, proportions and perspective. Get your value sketches ready for October Paint Along classes. We will do 3-4 sketches depending on the time. Lesson, one-on-one critique, Q&A are included. Reference materials will be emailed to you one day before the workshop.

Materials: sketch book or letter size white copy paper on clipboard, graphite mechanical pencil 2B, eraser

$39.99 Space is limited.

“I wanted to let you know that the sketching workshop was a breakthrough for me. Not that I’ve mastered sketching by any means but a light bulb went off and it was easier for me to paint along on Sunday. Please tell Vlad he is a genius. Thank you for all you do and making this available.” – Nancy J.


photo reference

IMPRESSIONS IN WATERCOLOR

September 17, 2020  |  11am – 4pm

  • Discover how to simplify the most complex scenery. 
  • Learn to breakdown everything into primitive forms 
  • Understand the stages involved in painting process to eliminate guesswork  
  • Advance your loose brush techniques

$75 Space is limited

Materials: click here





reference photo

POWER OF BRUSHWORK

September 24, 2020  |  11am – 4pm

  • Discover where and why to use a particular application technique in your painting
  • Improve your brushwork
  • Learn calligraphy technique to achieve the impression of detail
  • Increase the power of unifying wash

$75 Space is limited

Materials: click here




PERSPECTIVE for landscape painters

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PERSPECTIVE TO PAINT LIKE A PRO. Easy way to learn perspective and most important, be confident when drawing just about anything!

You can buy the recording of this workshop on Vimeo – https://vimeo.com/ondemand/perspectiveforartists


PAST LIVE STREAMING WORKSHOPS

How to Choose a Paintable Photograph

3-day workshop | September 3 – 5, 2020 

  • You will learn how to evaluate and select photos for a successful painting
  • Review important painting elements such as composition, color and light
  • Discover how to reinterpret the colors in your photographs and which details to omit
  • Advance your painting skills from a photo without copying it

$129  Space is limited

Features:

9/3 Day 1 |  Time: 11am to 4pm Lecture; Showcase of good and rejected photos; Choosing a photo from your collection to paint next day; Lunch break – 30 min; Painting Demo (paint along optional)

9/4 Day 2 | no instructions – Independent Painting from your own selected photo. Watch lesson recording at your convenient time and complete the painting.

9/5 Day 3 | 11am – 2pm plus Show your work for feedback and ask questions. Short demos on common mistakes to reinforce what you have learned the first day.

To get ready: 

  • List of materials – click here
  • Select a few photos from your collection and be ready to share it with instructor on day 1. 

MIXING COLORS PART II*

*Mixing Color Part I is coming soon on Vimeo.

August 20, 2020 | 11am – 4pm ET

$75

What’s INCLUDED:

  • Wet on wet technique theory and practice of color and tone gradations.
  • Dry brush technique theory as a second layer without going to mud and practice.
  • Theory behind unifying washes and implementation on paint scenery sample.
  • Painting of the urbanscape with further practice of the learned material above.
  • Receive Vlad’s feedback Live on Zoom
  • Ask questions any time during the workshop
  • Replay the workshop for 2 days

August 6, 2020 | 11am – 4pm  Live Workshop

PAINTING THE LIGHT

Small group | All levels | Virtual space is limited

Artists exploit the knowledge of light distribution on the objects to create paintings. Those paintings’ look is something people are very attracted to.

  • You will learn during this workshop the process of painting using the knowledge of light.
  • Receive Vlad’s feedback Live on Zoom
  • Ask questions any time during the workshop
  • Replay the workshop for 2 days

It is quite used topic recently but most of the time this subject understood incorrectly. If I paint the things around me, of course I paint the light, right? Nope. The professional artist knows it , the good one, the bad one continues painting illustrations. That is why when you see the work, unconsciously you know, it’s real, it’s a pro work.

I will tell you, but most important show you and even more important explain you what does that mean to paint the light even using the photograph.

There will be a tiny lecture up front, then together we’ll do a small exercise from a photo. And finally we will paint the streetscape.

All of this will be LIVE and you will have the opportunity to ask questions, show me your results and communicate with me using your microphone and camera. Most important, you will receive a “roadmap” for your future development.

We sort of know that Vlad is not going to be with you all the time in your studio and looking above your shoulder, right? 😉

Fee: $75 – reserve your spot today by clicking HERE.


MIXING COLORS 

  • Understanding of cool and warm colors in the scenery.
  • Vlad’s color theory of mixing colors and practical application.
  • Methods of keeping watercolor dynamic, bold and and transparent.

DRAWING AND SKETCHING

Date: TBA

Time: 11 am – 2 pm

Fee: $39.99

Let’s practice your drawing and sketching skills for variety of subject matters. Vlad will explain nuances and danger zones in composition, proportions and perspective. You will be able to show Vlad your creations for his feedback. 


PAINTING PEOPLE AND CARS WITH CONFIDENCE

June 25, 2020

Time: 11am – 4pm

Fee: $75 sold out

Most of the time the viewers can distinguish professional painters by looking how they draw and paint cars and people in general. This workshop is designed to show major points you will need to pay attention to while working with these objects, and to look good and confident.

Some elements of perspective, proportions and human basic anatomic features will be discussed during the drawing and painting of this streetscape.


Photo reference

HOW TO PAINT A WINNING WATERCOLOR

June 18, 2020

Time: 11am – 4pm

Fee: $75 SOLD OUT

Streaming workshop with Vladislav Yeliseyev How to paint a winning watercolor
“Centre Street”, award-winning painting

This image was painted en plein air in Cumberland during 2017 Mountain Maryland Plein Air Competition. The painting of this particular view won prestigious “Best of Show” Award.

During the workshop I will talk about what was the major elements of design during the painting process. I will show that careful setup of tonal balances and limited palette is attractively stand out in competition and attracts positive attention more than simply “being colorful”.


Live online workshop with Vladislav Yeliseyev watercolor
Joucas, France

PAINTING JOUCAS

Sunday May 31, 2020

Time: 11am – 4pm with 30 min lunch break

Fee: $75    SOLD OUT

The class size: about 15 students.

Joucas image was taken during Vlad’s workshop in Provence, France a few years ago. In the middle of a quiet French small town, the group of students found the beauty of old house with very attractive elements such as windows, pottery etc. which is so authentic to that French region.  This workshop will try to bring back the impression by selectively highlighting some important elements in it by exploiting color and shapes.  Of course, painting techniques such as wet on wet, dry brush, paper scratch outs etc. will be paid attention and discussed there.

The workshop will concentrate on idea of reinterpreting the scenery into loose impressionist perception style. Composition, hierarchy of elements in it, painting techniques approaches to highlight only important elements will be the subject of the lecture beforehand. The demonstration of the black and white sketch with explanation of tonal values physics will precede final color application demonstration.

Small group of students will give Vlad the opportunity to look at each student work in progress and comment on it along the way. You will communicate with instructor using your computer microphone and camera. Students will take turns to communicate with instructor and receive final critique upon request.


Wednesday April 29, 11am – 4pm 

Live Online workshop with Vladislav Yeliseyev Watercolor
CARABELLE, FL

The Carabelle image was taken during the quick draw at the Forgotten Coast Paint out event a few years ago. The award winning painting was done in two hour time on location there. In the forest of masts and other marine elements, Vlad could find the harmony in composition and selective objects around him. The ability to see these elements in the future painting is a painters must and will be discussed during the workshop. Of course, painting techniques such as wet on wet, dry brush, paper scratch outs etc. will be paid attention and discussed there.

The workshop will concentrate on idea of reinterpreting the scenery into loose impressionist perception style. Composition, hierarchy of elements in it, painting techniques approaches to highlight only important elements will be the subject of the small lecture beforehand. The demonstration of the black and white sketch with explanation of tonal values physics will precede final color application demonstration.

Small group of students will give Vlad the opportunity to look at each student work in progress and comment on it along the way. You will communicate with instructor using your computer microphone and camera. Students will take turns to communicate with instructor and receive final critique upon request.