Jeff Hein Drawing the Portrait Sketch
Jun
8
10:00 AM10:00

Jeff Hein Drawing the Portrait Sketch

We are honored to host living master Jeff Hein in our latest livsetream: Drawing the Portrait Sketch. Jeff works exclusively from life or imagination, bringing considerable detail and emotion to his artwork; he is attentive both to the subject at hand and to the compositional choices that help develop the story behind each piece.

Drawing is the foundation to all great artwork, unveiling what the artist is thinking about in a linear format. In this difficult and nuanced medium, there is little room for error. Join Hein and East Oaks Studio for a unique opportunity to learn from one of today's best while drawing from the model. The live event will focus on showing you each step of the process, from the gesture to the finished study. 

Hein is known for his portraits, multi-figure, narrative and scriptural paintings. His work also includes intricate dioramas, complex large scale still-life works, and sculpture. 

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Free! Live Q&A with Susan Lyon + Scott Burdick
Mar
15
11:00 AM11:00

Free! Live Q&A with Susan Lyon + Scott Burdick

Join our monthly Free Friday livestream, where we explore various techniques and best practices, review our favorite products, and speak with some of the guest artists of East Oaks Studio.

Susan Lyon + Scott Burdick join us on Friday, March 15th for a Q&A preceding their livestream workshop “The Portrait Sketch”. Tune in live for a chance to win a spot in their workshop!

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Donald Jurney The Invented Landscape
Feb
16
to Feb 17

Donald Jurney The Invented Landscape

If you are someone who struggles with rapid light shifts when painting outdoors, we highly suggest you learn from Donald.  He will demonstrate how to invent your landscape painting based entirely on drawings from nature.

This is Donald's first video demonstration, don't miss this opportunity to study with an American Master of landscape painting.

“Often a painting is a conversation between disparate shapes and forms – here brilliant, there disguised – in a carefully-conceived dance of light. This may be a celebration of a place, perhaps, or an investigation of an evanescent mood. For the viewer who has both the time and inclination to really look, one hopes to afford, by way of a painted surface wrought of subtleties, the opportunity to explore at leisure the wonder of the world in which we live.” – Donald Jurney

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