Workshop: Russian Impressionism Still Life and the Contemporary Figure
This painting workshop gives you a great opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Russian impressionistic painting with a contemporary flare, from a highly respected artist and instructor. Henry will lecture on the impressionistic approach to painting, helping you gain a maximum understanding of color and relationships as you develop a solid foundation for creating paintings. Each session, students will be given individual instruction and will work directly from life. This workshop is a must for artists of all levels interested in improving their painting abilities. All mediums are welcome.
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About the Artist
Henry Stinson was born in Anchorage, Alaska but spent much of his childhood in the Pacific Northwest. A serious artist for the past 30 years, his university training began with Washington State University. It was continued at the Art Institute of Seattle and ended with 4 years of intensive study—painting with master impressionist teacher Ron Lukas in his Seattle Studio.
Stinson has taught drawing and painting for the past 22 years in numerous colleges and privately owned schools, and is currently teaching national workshops as well. He is a gifted instructor, noted most for his unique ability to create vivid color on canvas in a manner which inspires and supports the ideal learning situation for painting students.
He maintains an active painting studio in Pullman, Washington. His paintings have been in several museum group shows and exhibited in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Florida, Washington, and Oregon as well as the United States Embassy in Geneva Switzerland. Henry's love of painting the unique stems for his inability to resist capturing those unusual moments in life that make each of us step back and think. It may be a humorous thought or a moment of beauty, or simply something that catches the eye and sits on the edge of the memory. Whatever the origin, Henry has the singular ability to translate moments into paintings, making his work popular with private collectors both in the US and abroad.