Wednesday, January 10, 2018, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Cost – $55.00
ALL ARTISTS – photographers and painters are welcome!
This workshop will provide a basic introduction on understanding Light, one of the most important factors in producing art works that are dramatic and appealing. The workshop will examine light and how best to use it in portraying the Still Life and the Portrait whether the subject is your favorite pet or someone important in your life.
PowerPoint lecture and hands-on demos will be provided. This workshop is for artists and photographers who want to enrich their understanding of how to work with ambient and artificial light in order to produce more dramatic paintings or photographs..
Judith Monteferrante is a fine art photographer in Scottsdale, Arizona and Gloucester, Massachusetts. Her photography has won many awards and accolades. Her evocative, rich images capture the enigma, attraction, mood, and beauty of her subjects with an artistic passion and delicate meticulous eye. A retired cardiologist, her skills at imaging the heart have transferred to the creation of profound and intimate photographic works of art that capture the turbulent contrasts of nature and of our deepest desires and feelings.
Judith completed a Master’s degree in Photographic Studies with honors (MPS) at the School of Visual Arts, in NYC in 2009. She was awarded Copley Artist status with the Copley Society of Art in Boston, is a Moab Master photographer (by Legion Paper), and is a member of many art associations. She has won numerous photography awards. A book of her floral photography, along with narrative poetry by Tiger Lewis titled “Under the Sun” is in production.
This class is limited to 12 participants.
There will be a 30 minute break for lunch/snack.
Cancellation/refund deadline is two weeks before the workshop in order to receive a full refund.
Click here to Register for Class (remember you must be a member of Terravita Art League to Register)