Expressive Landscape Painting
September 28 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Instructor: Loretta Domaszewski
Thursday, Sept. 28 – Noon to 5 PM – Location TBD
Cost: $125 (includes drawing materials) / Workshop is limited to 20 participants. / Acrylic and oil kits and canvases available for purchase.
Want to loosen up your painting technique?
Build confidence by creating with layers of bold expression. A solid foundation in drawing is key to successful landscape painting.
Learn to paint like you draw with expressive gestures of movement, rhythm, variety, and harmony. Covering essential art elements with drawing and painting techniques in a new way, building the basis for strong compositions. A class packed with information in a fun, relaxed environment so you are inspired to keep painting on your own. For more info about workshop, contact Loretta directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loretta Domanzewski is a contemporary artist from Bozeman, Montana who creates visual poetry and beauty of the land. The phenomenon of nature is the source of Loretta’s expressionist styled paintings, sculptures, conceptual installations, and public art. Each year, she aspires to show annually in exhibitions that benefit non-profit organizations. This endeavor has been a life long pursuit, a way to educate and support community.
Loretta exhibits her paintings nationally and locally in galleries, museums, and universities. She was selected as the 2016 Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Plein Air Artist in Residence. She is a member of the American Impressionist Society, American Women Artists, a recipient of the Montana Arts Council, awarded a Faber Birren Liquitex Color Award, and has been featured in the Western Art Collectors Magazine. Her paintings are in art collections, including Bozeman Public Library, Nantucket Historical Museum, Nantucket Artist Association,and Huntington T. Block.
Loretta has a BFA from Tufts University and the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, and a K-12 Art Teaching Certificate from Brandeis University. She teaches innovative workshops for adults, children, seniors, special needs, and cancer support in Bozeman and throughout the United States. Loretta is a former art instructor at the Nantucket Island School of Design and Art, Montana State University, and Bozeman High School.
See more of Loretta’s work at here.