Award-winning artist Lorenzo Chavez is offering his first advanced workshop focusing on understanding and painting winter landscapes March 23-25 in Parker, Colorado (near Denver)
The 3-day workshop will feature daily demos as well as discussions on simplification, edges, value, color and drawing. Instruction will also include designing from photos and field sketches, photography composition, understanding winter landscape fundamentals and study of historic winter landscape painters.
Lorenzo graduated with honors from the Colorado Institute of Art in 1983 and subsequently studied with Mark Daily at the Art Students League of Denver. He also studied with Richard Schmid, Ned Jacob, Clyde Aspevig, Skip Whitcomb, Michael Lynch and the late James Reynolds. Currently, he participates in many prestigious national invitational group exhibits, and his work is featured in numerous popular art magazines and books.
He will be offering additional workshops this season in Tucson AZ, Wimberley TX, Santa Fe NM, Carbondale/Aspen CO, Springfield OR, and Greenville NY.