About the Workshop:
This workshop is specifically tailored to focus on the creation of space and depth in art, which is crucial for making artwork engaging and immersive, connecting with viewers on a deeper level. Space and depth add a sense of realism, dimension, and visual interest to your creations. They play a vital role in setting the mood, guiding the viewer’s attention, and enhancing communication through art.
Let’s envision a painting of a tranquil landscape with rolling hills and a majestic sky. Without the incorporation of depth, it might appear flat and unexciting, resembling a simple picture. However, when you introduce depth, the scene comes to life. You can sense the vastness of the landscape, the distance to the horizon, and the clouds drifting in the sky. It’s as if you could step right into that serene setting. Techniques for creating space and depth include manipulating value and contrast, varying sizes, employing linear perspective, playing with color chroma and temperature, and experimenting with texture and details.
Throughout the course, you will benefit from practical demonstrations and hands-on exercises that empower you to apply and explore these techniques. You’ll receive constructive guidance and feedback within a supportive learning environment that nurtures both growth and creativity. By the end of the course, you will have acquired a valuable toolbox of techniques and a solid understanding of how to infuse your art with depth, enabling you to create more captivating and visually engaging artworks.
About the Artist:
Phyllis have had a lifelong passion for art, participating in children’s competitions and crafting greeting cards in her youth. In 2011, she rediscovered her artistic fervor and joined a group of like-minded artists. While maintaining a full-time job in IT and teaching, she pursued sketching and painting. Recently, she made the decision to become a full-time artist. Over the years, she have sketched with Urban Sketchers in Singapore and abroad, given talks at the National Museum of Singapore, and auctioned her paintings for charity. In 2017, she became the Secretary-General of the Singapore Watercolour Society and exhibited her work at various events. Her art has been featured in publications and postcards. Looking ahead, she aim to continue pushing artistic boundaries, sharing her passion with others, and using her teaching experience to help people appreciate art.
– If you have missed a lesson, not to worry, make-up lessons can always be arrange. Contact us: +65 91070532(Whatsapp Only)
– Once registered, no refund for those who wish to withdraw their participation. However, we reserve the right to amend or cancel (full refund) this workshop with prior notice to all participants.
– In line with the PDPA regulations, during the lesson, TASA Gallery will be taking photographs and recording video of the workshop. By registering this workshop, participants are deemed to have given consent to be photographed, videoed or recorded in these medium as may be necessary for purposes such as publicity, illustration, advertising and web consent.
Venue: TASA GALLERY ART STUDIO – Kong Beng Industrial @ 41 Jalan Pemimpim, #01-03 Singapore 577186