This 3-day painting workshop with Nicolás Uribe is designed for students of all levels who wish to better understand how to translate observation, study and expression of the human form into decisions that respond to their own particular intentions. The workshop will be held in the studio and will be based on exercises using a live model. On the first day Nicolás will begin with a demo and a talk to share with the attendees the process of how he currently tries to modify and shape form so that it not only answers to and amplifies his own perception, but also capture the model’s character, gesture and personality.The subsequent days will center upon a series of precise exercises that will have students solve specific problems on describing form, always emphasising value and colour based on varying palettes.
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Balance due no later than six weeks prior to the start of the course, see Terms and Conditions for full details
Nicolás Uribe is an American painter, born in Wisconsin, USA, currently based in Bogotá, Colombia. He graduated with Honours as an Illustration Major from School of Visual Arts in NY. Nicolás has had numerous solo exhibitions both in the US and South America, and has exhibited his work in Mexico, Spain, Egypt, among other countries.
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Our London HQ at Trinity Buoy Wharf is the School’s permanent home, forming part of the creative quarter of London’s Docklands. The small but perfectly formed first floor studio overlooks the Thames and across to the Millennium Dome, with far reaching views and surrounded by a lively creative community.
With plenty of natural light our well equipped studio is a wonderful place to paint in and with lots of outside space this location works well for plein air painting also.