"Painting Cape Cod in oils" presented by Vail Pagliarini
POSTPONED - new dates coming soon
Location: Alliance Arts Center, 124 Route 6A, Sandwich, MA
Professional landscape and marine painter Vail Pagliarani invites you to paint Cape Cod in Oils. Beginner, intermediate and experienced students are all welcome. This class begins with a demonstration to cover the initial disciplines to create a successful piece, composition, drawing, color and color temperature, values and edges.
For individual questions in advance of this class you are invited to email Vail at email@example.com
Titanium White (I prefer Permalba), Cadmium Yellow, Naples Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Unbleached Titanium (perfect for painting sand dunes), Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson, Transparent Oxide Red, Viridian, Green Earth, Olive Green, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine and Rembrandt Warm and Cool Grey.
As for brands, Winsor & Newton, Gamblin,
Rembrandt, Williamsburg and Utrecht are the ones I commonly use.
Instructor: Vail Pagliarani
Cape Cod native Vail Pagliarani is known for expressive painterly landscapes and coastal marines. He had the good fortune to meet his mentor, the accomplished painter and instructor Marshall Woodside Joyce while attending Butera School of Art. At Marshall Joyce's urging and encouragement, Vail entered and won his first serious award at the age of 18 at the Copley Societies student exhibition in Boston.
After initially honing his drawing and painting skills as a commercial illustrator for a number of years, his interest eventually turned to fine art painting full time. Vail met a second noteworthy mentor, Robert Douglas Hunter during this transition period. Hunter became a close friend and his critiques were instrumental in elevating the work to a higher level. Vail paints on location throughout New England.
“ Merely depicting a realistic representation of a landscape is not the primary goal. Evoking an emotional connection, something inspired by that wordless center that a painter feels with paint, is the underlying reason to create. Given enough years of practice and effort to your craft, something deeper is possible, the visual voice spoken with paint. ”
Class Registration closes 48 hours prior to the first class, as a courtesy to the instructor. Some classes have limited enrollment so please register soon so you don’t miss out.
To Register by Mail: Download registration form here