Exploring Landscape Painting In-Studio
Dan Young I Workshop Oil
9am - 4pm 4 Days
During this workshop, students will learn Dan’s technique and approach to capturing the essence and mood of natural landscapes in studio. Dan will demonstrate his methods of composition, color mixing, and brushwork. Concepts such as perspective, depth, value, light, and shadow will be discussed and students will be given personalized guidance and feedback. The emphasis will be on the importance of the fundamentals and how to best apply them to your paintings. This landscape painting workshop promises to be a transformative experience that will enhance your artistic abilities and deepen your appreciation for the beauty of the natural world. www.danyoungstudio.com
Dan Young was born in Denver and grew up in rural western Colorado. His experience camping, fishing, and exploring throughout the Rocky Mountains as a child have been a strong influence on his work. He attended Colorado Institute of Art, hoping to find a direction for his talent. After graduation he moved to
Dallas Texas to pursue the commercial art field. Even with a successful illustration career, the landscape of his youth was always calling him back to Colorado. He returned in 1989 to begin painting full time.
Young enjoys painting the rural life of the west, the ranches that dot the mountain valleys and river bottoms. He clings strongly to the importance of painting from Life. He tries to spend as much time as possible painting on location, trying to capture his love and appreciation of nature on canvas. He has worked diligently tring to convey the feel of the moment in his work. "For me it is not about the details of a scene. It's the emotion of the moment that I'm after."
Young's work has been exhibited in many prestigious shows such as:
American Art in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, OK
Young's work has been featured in:
Young is represented by:
We are excited to announce this workshop will be held at the exquisite Orman/Adams Mansion. Centrally located in one of Pueblo's historic neighborhoods just a minute from Downtown restaurants and shops. The mansion is a landmark property. Classic Victorian architecture, and formerly the residence of two Colorado governors, Orman and Adams.
The workshop will be held in the quaint carriage house on the property. The carriage house offers great light.
Lucky students will stay at the property. an extraordinary experience! This is an all-inclusive workshop.
Upon enrollment you will receive maps to the property,
Workshop Art Supply List Dan Young
The following colors are the palette I use. Any brand of professional grade paint
you prefer is fine. I do not require that you purchase all of them, but I would prefer if you bring at least the first five colors:
Ultramarine Blue Cadmium Orange
Alizarin Crimson Titanium White
Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Yellow Lemon Cobalt Blue
Cadmium Red Light
Burnt Sienna Sap Green Viridian Permanent Rose
A variety of boards or canvas panels small sizes, 8x10, 10x12, 12x16, etc.
I work on linen panels, Gessoed masonite panels are more affordable and work fine
Assorted bristle brushes. I use brights and flats. Bring your preference. I recommend sizes #6, #8, and #10
Turpentine or other odorless thinner and a container
Sketch pad and drawing implement