“Art Among the Ruins,” A ten-page feature by Judith Farley in the July/August double summer issue of The Artist’s Magazine will examine the large-scale wax-resist drawings from Ephraim’s “Temples and Cathedrals” series. It includes a step-by-step demonstration of one of the Temple images, detailing how the artist created it from start to finish.
Archive for June, 2012
In this workshop Ephraim will provide training in direct plein-air landscape painting working on-location in various areas of Central Park. The workshop will be open to both beginning students who have never worked outside before, and also to more advanced students who wish to refine their plein-air handling. The course will address such issues as the difference between direct and indirect approaches to oil painting in the landscape, topographical versus atmospheric emphasis, and the notion of space composition. The class will offer practice in handling changing light and weather conditions as well. Students must have a folding French easel, or something similar.
Section 1: Monday–Friday, July 9-13, 2012 ( 8:45AM – 12:30PM )
Section 2: Monday–Friday, August 13-17, 2012 ( 8:45AM – 12:30PM )
Fee per section: $400 (5 sessions). Fee for both sections: $750 (10 sessions)
More Details: Art Students League Workshops
The Art Students League of New York
215 West 57th Street
New York, NY 10019