IN THE STUDIO WITH Cindy Procious | oil painting
a virtual art talk and demo
Sunday, October 18 from 2-4 pm EST
Join us from anywhere!
Artists, collectors, students, art lovers, or just the plain curious will love these events.
Be sure to check out the other demos in the series.
This oil painting demo will be held live via ZOOM from the artists’ studio so that you can be up close and personal and listen to Cindy talk about her process, materials, and inspiration while watching her work on a piece from the beginning throughout two hours. Cindy is a master at painting food in her signature highly realistic style. She will be working on an oil painting of a scrumptious donut. Plenty of time will be set aside for Q & A. The work will be available for sale a few weeks later.
After registering, you will receive an email confirmation. One day prior to the event, we will email you a link to join the ZOOM event. Those who are not able to join our live event will be given access to a recording of the event for one week following the demo. A link to the recording will be sent one day after the live event. All events will be held EST.
Click here to download the free ZOOM app in advance.
Cindy Procious, born in 1965, is a contemporary American Realist painter. Recognized for her highly detailed paintings executed in the time-honored techniques of the Old Masters, her work is crafted with elaborate underpaintings and then built upon with layers of glazes and color – the final effect is both intricate and delicate. With a keen eye for color, composition, and light, her paintings are a blend of a devout appreciation for artistic tradition and a contemporary aesthetic sensibility.
A member of the American Society of Portrait Artists & Oil Painters of America, and the mother of three, Procious is married to Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Clay Bennett. Along with their menagerie of rescued animals, they live in Chattanooga, TN.
“As a student of the world around me, I have come to recognize that there is beauty everywhere. As a painter, my primary objective is to balance the dedication of improving my skill in the craft with the development of timeless and personal works.” – Cindy Procious