Amanda Sage, a world renown visionary artist trained in Europe, raised in Boulder, CO, is coming to the area in April to teach a five day workshop which explores techniques based on the early renaissance methods of under-painting and glazing. The focus of the workshop is on observing fundamental principles of light, color and form in the natural and ‘visionary’ worlds.
This artist has been singled out by the world famous Ernst Fuchs recently as carrying the torch forward by the new generation of Fantastic Realism-trained artists. Amanda Sage is currently living and working in Los Angeles, CA. See below for more details.
You may also see her work at: www.amandasage.com
Kathleen Johns – Shining Mountain Waldorf High School Art Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-440-9244
Location: Arts Department, Shining Mountain Waldorf School, Boulder, Colorado
Dates and time: Mon & Tues. 10-1pm & 2-6pm, Wed. 9am – 3pm, Thurs. 10-1pm & 2-7pm, Fri. 9-1pm & 2-6pm (then group dinner:)
Tuition: $500 (for full 5 days)., $350 (for 3 days) Limited to 15 participants
Exploring techniques based on the early renaissance methods of under-painting and glazing, this workshop will focus on observing fundamental principles of light, color & form in the natural and visionary worlds.
The ultimate goal of this 5 day workshop is empowerment, that we realize our potential by refining the creative power within.
Our paint brushes become tools to expand and grow as we transform into living inspirations, and through persistence, dedication and a great dose of love, we become masters…