10 am-5 pm EST
Instructor: Nicolás Uribe
His last workshop filled up fast, so sign up as soon as you can!
We are super excited to have Nicolás Uribe back again for another spectacular online workshop. This 5-day online course will be designed to take advantage of the fact that we are all going to be working from home. Attendees will be painting from photo references that Nicolás will provide, or they can choose to work from their own reference material. Each participant will decide which suits best their painting practice. The idea behind this workshop is to embrace the expressive possibilities inherent to the freedom of interpreting color. Black and White photos will provide us with information regarding value, shapes, form, drawing, and composition. We will construct our daily paintings based on those visual cues, and we will push the way we decide to translate that information into color relationships. The workshop will consist of 5 separate exercises that will be executed in each of the 5 days of the course. Each painting should aim to satisfy the requirements that are proposed for specific daily challenges. We will paint exclusively with a high chroma, primary color palette.
Each day will be comprised of painting demos by Nicolas, tons of time for questions, breaks, and individual critique and feedback. Join us from anywhere EST! The workshop will be recorded and available to all registrants.
Day 1: Grays only
Day 2: Yellow Dominant
Day 3: Red Dominant
Day 4: Blue Dominant
Day 5: Secondary Colors only
• Titanium White
• Bismuth Yellow (or any yellow similar to a Cad Lemon hue, i.e. Cadmium Lemon Yellow, Winsor Yellow, etc.)
• Quinacridone Magenta
• Cobalt Teal (yes, we’re painting with this hideous, wonderful blue)
Your painting surface and size are up to you.
The workshop will be held via ZOOM. Click here to download the free ZOOM app.
About Nicolás Uribe:
Nicolás Uribe is an American painter, born in Wisconsin, USA, currently based in Bogotá, Colombia. He graduated with Honours from the School of Visual Arts in NY. Nicolás has had numerous solo exhibitions both in the US and South America and has exhibited his work in Mexico, Spain, Egypt, among other countries. He’s done numerous painting workshops in the UK, Spain, Canada, and the US. He splits his time between preparing works for upcoming exhibitions and teaching Life Drawing and Painting at the Fine Arts Faculty of the Pontifical Xavierian University in Bogotá. Nicolás is also part of the team at Blank Atelier in Bogotá, where he teaches workshops privately.