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Sign Up Now for my Upcoming 2-day Workshop this Weekend in Jackson N.H.

Hello readers!

For those who may be interested, I am teaching a workshop this weekend

Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th ,

This workshop is open to all levels!  Sign up now at the below link!

Here is the description for the course:

In this workshop we will discuss and put into practice the compositional conventions used by traditional landscape artists ranging from the 17th century to the 19th century. Students will learn how to breakdown their paintings into three simple elements of design to help the eye move through the picture more easily. We will also discuss how to develop a painting’s center of focus to create a satisfying composition. Participating students will develop their own individual studio landscape paintings with an easy-going drawing to grisaille to color approach. We will also talk about the importance of values, color and chiaroscuro in traditional landscape painting to create a dynamic picture.
In addition, traditional painting techniques will be taught such as Glazing, Atmospheric Glazing, and Scumbling. All experience levels are welcome! Students are responsible for their own supplies. The studio has table top easels to use. Please pack a lunch or one can be ordered out.

Saturday & Sunday January 13 & 14, 9am-4pm,  $245

SIGN UP HERE:

http://www.jacksonartnh.com/event-registration/?ee=768

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New Upcoming Workshop in Jackson N.H.

Hello Readers,

I am teaching a two-day workshop in Jackson N.H. January 13th-14th at ‘Jackson Art Studio & Gallery’

For more information and a link to sign up follow in the information below!

“In this workshop we will discuss and put into practice the compositional conventions used by traditional landscape artists ranging from the 17th century to the 19th century. Students will learn how to breakdown their paintings into three simple elements of design to help the eye move through the picture more easily. We will also discuss how to develop a painting’s center of focus to create a satisfying composition. Participating students will develop their own individual studio landscape paintings with an easy-going drawing to grisaille to color approach. We will also talk about the importance of values, color and chiaroscuro in traditional landscape painting to create a dynamic picture.
In addition, traditional painting techniques will be taught such as Glazing, Atmospheric Glazing, and Scumbling. All experience levels are welcome! Students are responsible for their own supplies. The studio has table top easels to use. Please pack a lunch or one can be ordered out.

Saturday & Sunday January 13 & 14, 9am-4pm, $245”

Sign up here:

http://www.jacksonartnh.com/adult-classes/

Teaching a Workshop in NYC this Fall!

Hello Readers,

I am teaching a 3-day workshop at The Grand Central Atelier this Nov. 10th , 11th, and 12th. The subject of the class will be on Traditional Landscape Painting Composition. Here is the course description for those interested:

In this workshop we will discuss and put into practice the compositional conventions used by traditional landscape artists ranging from the 17th century to the 19th century. Students will learn how to breakdown their paintings into three simple elements of design to help the eye move through the picture more easily. We will also discuss how to develop a painting’s center of focus to create a satisfying composition. Participating students will develop their own individual studio landscape paintings with an easy-going drawing to grisaille to color approach. We will also talk about the importance of values, color and chiaroscuro in traditional landscape painting to create a dynamic picture.

In addition, traditional painting techniques will be taught such as Glazing, Atmospheric Glazing, and Scumbling. All experience levels are welcome!

 

 

Jackson Historical Society Show and Sale!

Dear Readers,

I am very happy to share the works of mine that will be included in this years  Jackson Historical Society Show and Sale! The official opening for the show and sale in Friday Oct. 13th, 5pm – 9pm. For more information on the selected works below feel free to get in touch with me or follow the link below and get in touch with Jackson Historical Society.  Happy Autumn! https://www.jacksonhistory.org/artshow/reports/WebCatalogContemporaryPage3.html

Lauren Sansaricq _View of Mount Washington at Sunset_9 x 14 in_WEB
Mount Washington, 9x14in. Available
Winter in Jackson, View of Doublehead_Lauren Sansaricq_12 x 16in,_WEB
Scene in Jackson, of Double Head, 12 x 16, Available
Lauren Sansaricq_The Basin in Evans Notch_14x24in._oil on canvas_Web
The Basin in Evans Notch, 14 x 24in. Available
Lauren Sansaricq _ Eagle Cliff Franconia Notch_ Web _9 x 14 in
Franconia Notch, 9 x 14 in Avalable
lauren Sansaricq _Autumn Color in New Hampshire Double head mountain_10x14in
Jackson in Autumn, 10 x 14 in. available