$640 for the full four day workshop.
Includes model fees.
Class size limited to 12.
The work of Mario Andres Robinson fits squarely within the tradition of American painting. Robinson’s finished works bear a close affinity to the masters of the realist tradition, Andrew Wyeth and Thomas Eakins. Containing few references to modern life, Robinson’s work has a timeless and universal quality, and exhibits a distinct turn-of-the-century stylistic aesthetic. The images he chooses, which refer to a bygone era where solitude and reflection were abundant, also provoke frequent allusions to the paintings of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper.
Beginning in 1994, Robinson’s work began to extensively incorporate rural subjects primarily located in the state of Alabama. Each subject is very personal for the artist in both selection and execution. As the work progresses, his relationship with the sitter develops and a uniquely personal story begins to evolve. Robinson frequently depicts subjects framed within the context of their daily lives. The underlying narrative counters sentimentality and serves as the underpinning for his figurative images.
Robinson is the author of Lessons in Realistic Watercolor (Monacelli Press), distributed by Penguin Random House.
Mario Andres Robinson is an Exhibiting Artist Member (EAM) of The National Arts Club, an Artist Member of The Salmagundi Club and a Signature Member of The Pastel Society of America. His work has been featured several times in The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, Watercolor Magic, American Art Collector, Fine Art Connoisseur and on the cover of American Artist magazine. In the February, 2006 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, Mario was selected as one of the top 20 realist artists under the age of 40. Robinson’s work is widely collected by private and public collectors.
Winsor & Newton tube watercolors:
French ultramarine blue
Sepia neutral tint
Winsor & Newton Series 7 Pure Sable Sizes 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 10, 12, 14
Winsor & Newton One Stroke Sable ¾” Flat
Winsor & Newton 300 lb. cold pressed pre-stretched or in a block
Plastic palette Muffin pans for large amounts of water
Brush specifically for mixing colors
1” artist’s tape
Graphite pencil (6H or 9H)
Scrap paper for testing color
Hat or visor is recommended
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