2010 Amy V Lindenberger Workshops

 
"Colored Pencil I: Techniques and Color Theory"

Taught at the Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

January 16, 23, & February 21, 2010

Objective:  For Botanical Art & Illustration students to be able to create gradual transition of tone and color with colored pencils.

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"And You Thought You Knew Colored Pencil!"

Taught at Main Street Lessons in North Canton, Ohio
February 19 & 20, 2010

Objective:  For advanced colored pencil students to focus on non-traditional ways of using colored pencil in all its various forms to help guide our work in the areas of creating backgrounds and surface textures.

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"Colored Pencil Drawing on Colored Paper"

Taught at at the Masonic Village in Sewickley, Pennsylvania
February 27, 2010

Objective: The whens, whats, whys, and hows of using colored pencil on colored paper, including choosing a color, advantages vs. potential disadvantages of colored paper over white, and lifting and erasing color.
 


"And You Thought You Knew Colored Pencil!"

Taught at Main Street Lessons in North Canton, Ohio
March 12 & 13, 2010

Objective:  For advanced colored pencil students to focus on non-traditional ways of using colored pencil in all its various forms to help guide our work in the areas of creating backgrounds and surface textures.

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"Content & Composition"

Taught at Main Street Lessons in North Canton, Ohio
April 23  & 24, 2010


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"Colored Pencil Explorations:
Incorporating Watercolor Pencils in Your Work"

 Taught at the Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
 May 8 and15

Objective:  To introduce watercolor pencils into work with traditional colored pencils for intermediate/advanced Botanical Art & Illustration students.

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"A Paper Primer"

Taught at Main Street Lessons in North Canton, Ohio
May 20, 2010

Objective:  To focus on the terminology, differences, and advantages/disadvantages of a variety of white and colored papers and other working surfaces for colored pencil.

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"Colored Pencil and Solvents"

Sewickley, Pennsylvania
May 22, 2010

Objective:  To demonstrate how, with solvents, colored pencil  can be used to create hair, fur and feather textures.
 


"Drawing and Painting from Photographs:
How to Avoid Photographic Distortions and Other Pitfalls"

Taught at Main Street Lessons in North Canton, Ohio
Saturday, July 10, 9:30 to 4:30

Objective:  To show how to recognize and compensate for photographic distortion, how to avoid the flatness associated with photographs, and how to make your work into more than just a copy of a photograph.

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"Colored Pencil II"

Taught at the Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

August 17, 24, 31


Objective: To use a methodical approach to botanical painting with colored pencils, building on experience gained in Colored Pencil I.

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"Colored Pencil Explorations:
Drawing Leaves and Seasonal Foliage in Colored Pencil"

Taught at the Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
October 30 & November 6

Objective:  To be able to draw a variety of leaves with traditional colored pencils

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2009-2010 Amy V. Lindenberger