As a bonus, Natasha Isenhour, the judge of awards for the Los Alamos Non-juried Fall Event and Show, will be offering a two-day workshop geared towards beginners and intermediates for the low price of $150.00 with a limit of 12. Registration is available for any PAPNM members. If spaces are available after mid-August, registration will be open to the public.
Workshop Dates: September 12-13, 2018, 9-4 with an hour for lunch
Anita Louise West's Studio
933 Baca Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Registration: Register to the left to pay online or to pay by check.
Questions: select Natasha Isenhour to send message
START WHERE YOU ARE!
A two day workshop designed to help beginning and intermediate painters to boil down their compositions whether in the studio or in the field. Learn to increase your dynamic range and create more powerful paintings. First, I will focus on “the bones” of the painting and how to begin before you start your own work. From there I will be floating around to help you individually with your own painting projects to help you grow from where you are in your painting experience. All 2D mediums welcome, mindful that my expertise is in pastel and oil. A general knowledge of your medium is suggested.
BYOM-bring your own materials! In addition, bring high quality printouts of three possible photos at least 8x10 in size from which to work. If you have an iPad, I recommend bringing it, fully charged with your reference on it to work from.
Easels, tables and chairs will be provided.
Meet the Judge:
Natasha Isenhour: PSNM signature member, AWA associate member of distinction, PAPNM
Painting in both oil and pastel, professional fine artist Natasha Isenhour is known for her light-filled landscapes, as well as chiaroscuro still-life paintings and birds. Natasha paints en plein air and in her studio in New Mexico, and lives only minutes from Bosque del Apache NWR, where she finds limitless inspiration.
Isenhour served as President and is a Signature member of the Pastel Society of New Mexico, as well as an Associate Member with Distinction of American Women Artists and a member of Plein Air Painters of New Mexico. Natasha teaches workshops as well as teaching fine art at New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, offering classes in beginning pastels and advanced pastel painting and oil painting.
In 2017 she served as awards judge for the Richeson 75, Birds and Wildlife in Art, and is a juror for the 2018 Pastel Society of the West Coast’s, Pastels USA 32nd Annual International Open Exhibition. Natasha participates in Juried Plein Air events and has garnered ribbons along the way. She most recently was Juried into the Central City Plein Air Festival in Colorado to be held this September. Isenhour has been featured in numerous solo gallery and museum shows as well as group shows throughout the US and abroad.
Natasha enjoys long standing representation with Ventana Fine Art, Santa Fe,NM, RS Hanna Gallery, Fredericksburg, Texas and Cobalt Fine Arts, Tubac, Arizona.
Natasha Isenhour Sample Paintings (select to enlarge):
The Dimming of the Day, 16x20, pastel on paper
Swept, 12x24, pastel on paper
See Sign up: Los Alamos Non-juried Fall Event and Show for details about signing up for the Paintout and Show.