Art Workshops and Classes by Kay Carlson

Feather River Adult Art Camp I will be teaching landscape plein air oil painting for this wildly popular

art experience in the Sierras from June 7 - 14, 2020. Give yourself the gift of time for creating by the

river. Ten instructors offer tastes of their classes during the week. The fee pays for your meals,

lodging, art classes, and camp activities, an art vacation. Feather River will jump start your creativity;

immerse yourself in nature and art making. Visit featherriverartcamp.com.

Private Instruction from the Carlson Art Gallery in Sausalito: I teach private students, or small

groups on location. Experience the splendor of plein air painting and seeing luminous color on the

landscape. Light creates color, and the color notes compose a painting. You will learn how to capture

light and atmosphere, expressing your own vision. Tailor learning to your own pace with a materials

list. We will visit fantastic locations in the Bay Area. Shifting light is my passion; I am constantly

studying to become a better painter. I believe that truthful observation, painting outdoors, is the

greatest teacher. I look to the lineage of Henry Hensche, the California Six, John Singer Sargeant, as

well as the California and French Impressionist School.

Presenting yourself as a Professional, Carlson Consulting I assist emerging artists, offer

consultations and workshops in the art of marketing and presenting yourself as a professional. You

will receive an analysis of the steps to promote your work. Jump start professional practices with

strategic planning: Assembly of a resume, statement, website images, how and where to find

exhibition opportunities, and coaching with hosting Open Studios, especially making direct sales to

collectors.

The French Connection: From Impressionism to Bay Area Modernism This class explores the

rich lineage of European painting with life stories that formed the roots of Bay Area culture. Through

informed narrative, colored slides, and lively discussion, we will analyze and follow the influence

French art had on Diebenkorn, Park, Theibaud, and Bischoff. I taught The French Connection for the

College of Marin and Sausalito Village, and am available teach it at other venues.

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Art Workshops and Classes by Kay Carlson

Feather River Adult Art Camp I will be teaching

landscape plein air oil painting for this wildly popular art

experience in the Sierras from June 7 - 14, 2020. Give

yourself the gift of time for creating by the river. Ten

instructors offer tastes of their classes during the week.

The fee pays for your meals, lodging, art classes, and

camp activities, an art vacation. Feather River will jump

start your creativity; immerse yourself in nature and art

making. Visit featherriverartcamp.com.

Private Instruction from the Carlson Art Gallery in

Sausalito: I teach private students, or small groups on

location. Experience the splendor of plein air painting

and seeing luminous color on the landscape. Light

creates color, and the color notes compose a painting.

You will learn how to capture light and atmosphere,

expressing your own vision. Tailor learning to your own

pace with a materials list. We will visit fantastic locations

in the Bay Area. Shifting light is my passion; I am

constantly studying to become a better painter. I believe

that truthful observation, painting outdoors, is the

greatest teacher. I look to the lineage of Henry Hensche,

the California Six, John Singer Sargeant, as well as the

California and French Impressionist School.

Presenting yourself as a Professional, Carlson

Consulting I assist emerging artists, offer consultations

and workshops in the art of marketing and presenting

yourself as a professional. You will receive an analysis of

the steps to promote your work. Jump start professional

practices with strategic planning: Assembly of a resume,

statement, website images, how and where to find

exhibition opportunities, and coaching with hosting Open

Studios, especially making direct sales to collectors.

The French Connection: From Impressionism to Bay

Area Modernism This class explores the rich lineage of

European painting with life stories that formed the roots

of Bay Area culture. Through informed narrative, colored

slides, and lively discussion, we will analyze and follow

the influence French art had on Diebenkorn, Park,

Theibaud, and Bischoff. I taught The French Connection

for the College of Marin and Sausalito Village, and am

available teach it at other venues.

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