This is an ONLINE, mixed level, process based painting course with an emphasis on development and expansion of visual language skills. Students are encouraged to work on structured exercises that lead to developing individual projects. We will explore fundamental painterly concerns such as light and shadow, colour relationships, paint handling, composition, abstraction, gesture, energy, intention and personal expression. Working from observation of still life, figure and landscape, classes include structured exercises, inspirational lectures based on contemporary and historical painting, demonstrations and critiques with the emphasis on painting time in a supportive environment. The course content takes direction from the issues and needs that arise in the previous class. Beginners are welcome and brought into a process by the group. GOAL: Students will have an opportunity to develop their own voice through ongoing painting practice.
Spring 2021: 6 Weeks: Base Tuition $275
This course will be offered via ZOOM. Prior to the course session, you will receive an invitation for the session(s) via email. You'll need a laptop, desktop or tablet, internet connection with good bandwidth and headset (either wired or wireless). We recommend that you set up a free ZOOM account and be familiar with ZOOM prior to the class beginning. Here is a link to help you get started. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/200101697Notes: Martha Eleen, a Toronto-based painter, has been teaching painting and drawing at Toronto School of Art since 2004. Her own works explore the relationship between culture and landscape. Eleen’s paintings are represented in the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, and have been exhibited in public galleries in Canada, the US, Mexico and Japan. Her work has received critical attention in the form of curatorial essays, reviews and publications. She is currently represented by Loop Gallery in Toronto.
|Code||Instructor||Dates & Time||Days||Length||Register|
|057||Martha Eleen||May 18, 2021 to June 22, 2021|
TERM - ONLINE Spring 2021
6 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.