The classical indirect method makes it possible to paint realistic still life by separating all the different elements of creating into individual steps.
Drawing and composition, capturing correct value, and layering color are broken down separately so the painting evolves in a logical and easy to understand sequence.
In this class you will practice glazing to create glowing, harmonious color in a still life. Learning about color, and the properties of different oil paints, whether transparent or opaque, also aids the artist in achieving realistic effects and a luminous depth that cannot be attained in direct painting.
In this class I share the modern materials and 21st century approach I use to create paintings using the time- tested indirect method inspired by Flemish and Venetian techniques.