Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 6pm / Closed Saturdays & Sundays
Thursday 6/8 – Saturday 6/10
10:00 – 4:00
In this three-day workshop, award-winning artist Sarah B. Hansen will teach techniques for painting expressive landscapes, guiding students to tap into their emotional response to the landscape and translate that response into a painting. This course will focus on simplifying landscape forms, selecting a limited color palette, and planning values, combining these and more techniques to create landscapes with expression. Students will create one or two works of art and several studies. Demonstrations will be in acrylic. Other paint mediums will be accepted; however, the focus will be on acrylic.
Please see the required Student Materials list here.
Award-winning Northwest Watercolor Society Signature member, artist, and instructor, Sarah B. Hansen has been painting for over 30 years. A self-taught artist, Sarah began by creating paintings in traditional transparent watercolor on paper, primarily portraits. By more recently converting into an acrylic landscape artist, Sarah has found an expressive way to convey her love of nature through an open door of limitless possibilities. Born and raised in Southwestern Colorado, Sarah moved to Oregon in 1987, working as a commercial and residential interior designer. Now, Sarah can be found creating landscapes from her studio in Terrebonne, Oregon. Her collectors range regionally and worldwide, in bot residential and hospitality establishments, such as Kaiser Permanente, Sunriver Resort, Cascade Medical Imaging, and Hanford Media Headquarters. She teaches workshops both regionally and abroad. Member American Women
Artists, Northwest Watercolor Society, Plein Air Painters of Oregon, and American Impressionist Society. For more information, visit sarahbhansen.com.