Teacher Professional Development Workshop
Creative Process: Painting with Color, Light & Joy with Sara Beth Fair
Friday, February 22
8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
Fill your paintings with light, color and joy learning how to SEE, MIX, and EXPRESS COLOR seamlessly. Join Sara Beth and learn the secrets of color and light by creating color charts to take home and use in your classroom; creating several beautiful studies learning how to apply the secrets; and finally completing a beautiful still life painting.
Sara Beth has been painting for 17 years. In addition, she has a Ph.D. in optics and hence a technical as well as artistic understanding of light and color. She has taught multiple classes around the country and exhibited in galleries throughout the southeast. Her artistic training has come from independent studies of the masters, plein air painting of nature, along with tutelage from contemporary masters. She spent three years studying with Murat Kaboulov, a Russian impressionist, along with several students of the great Russian artist Sergei Bongart. Her style reflects her love for the Russian Impressionists use of color and large brushwork. For more information, visit sarabethfair.com.
Workshop will be held on Friday, February 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the Huntsville Museum of Art’s Museum Academy classrooms. There is no fee for this workshop. Space is limited. Register Early! A workshop confirmation letter will be sent to you via email upon receipt of your registration. Lunch will be on your own! Area school systems have been notified regarding this teacher professional development workshop. Visit hsvmuseum.org under Events – Events Calendar.
To register, please email the following information to Kathy Johnson, Interim Museum Academy Assistant at [email protected] Teacher Name • Name of School • Contact Phone Number
The workshop is presented in conjunction with the VAA: Visual Arts Achievement Program (March 10), Congressional Art Competition, Youth Art Month and Juried Art Teachers’ Biennial (March 10 – April 28) exhibitions.
Huntsville Museum of Art, The Alabama State Council on the Arts, Alabama Arts Alliance and Huntsville-Madison County Art Education Association