Edward Sprafkin is an impressionistic painter whose favorite subjects include landscapes, portraits, and figures. He strives to create a great sense of depth, mood, and atmosphere in his paintings, regardless of their scale.
Edward pulls from many resources in his training: Classes and workshops at various institutions, including the Art Students’ League of New York and the Scottsdale Artists School in Arizona. Edward is just as passionate about teaching as he is about painting. He offers online and in-person instruction at the Scottsdale Artists’ School, enjoys sharing his knowledge, and finds inspiration in seeing his students’ progress to new skill levels.
His work has been featured in American Artist Magazine, juried, and shown from coast to coast, including the Salmagundi Club in NYC and private collections throughout the United States and abroad.
Students will learn how to use the properties of acrylic and oil paints. Basic design concepts, light, form, and atmospheric perspective are covered. Students will learn how to select a “good” reference to paint and be introduced to new approaches in landscape painting that both oil and acrylic can provide. This workshop will be fun and explorative for all students.
AAG Members $70; Nonmembers $80
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