10 am-5 pm
in-person @ Townsend Atelier
Instructor: David Cheifetz
We are thrilled to welcome visiting artist and instructor, David Cheifetz to Townsend Atelier. In this three-day workshop, David will guide students on still life composition, brush painting, and knife painting. Any skill level in painting is fine, as David enjoys adjusting his advice and teaching for each person’s level. More advanced students will find it easier to focus on the subtleties of composition. A solid drawing background is highly recommended. A detailed schedule of what will be covered each day is in the link below. Students will have a generous variety of man-made and natural objects from which to choose for their still life. There will be a one hour lunch break each day. For those traveling from out of town, if you need accommodation recommendations, please feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help!
CLICK HERE for daily schedule & notes from the instructor
CLICK HERE for material list
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
David Cheifetz is a realist painter who loves to push the limits of realism, bringing it to the very verge of the hyperreal, with strong colors, threatening shadows and bizarre compositions. The main topics in his art are still life, cityscapes and unusual portraiture featuring female models and various insects. He studied at the University of Washington, College of Architecture in Seattle, WA and the Schuler School of Fine Arts, Baltimore, MD. He has taught workshops and has exhibited his artwork throughout the country. He is represented by Gallery 1261 in Denver, CO. David and his family live in Olympia, WA.
We are unable to issue refunds for visiting artist workshops unless the workshop is cancelled by Townsend Atelier.