Painting Snow with Vibrancy & Energy with Michael King
December 04, 2021
When: Dec 4th at 11:00 (PST)
Painting Snow with Vibrancy & Energy
In this demo we’ll cover how to look at snow on location or in a photograph to determine where to start and how to end when painting snow. The process is simple once you know what to look for and understand the need for multiple mixed whites. Key aspects will include controlling your values and shifting colour temperatures throughout shadow and light. You’ll be amazed how much colour is in snow!
(Various bristle and synthetic Flat brushes from 2 to 8plus #4 rigger and palette knives)
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Michael is a contemporary Canadian painter and art instructor based in Port Coquitlam. He works primarily as an oil painter and is known for soft plein air landscapes, modern still lifes, and portraiture. With an eye for how light, shadow, and colour temperature form the fundamental elements of a scene, King’s practice blends representation with Impressionistic aesthetics.