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PAST LIVE STREAMING WORKSHOPS

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.


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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.