CTWS Artist: Cheryle Chapline
Program: Monochromatic Studies and Paint Values
Supppy List and Notes:
Pebeo Drawing Gum (pen or liquid) or other resist product (optional)
Sketch and Wash Pencils (optional)
1. A portrait ('chest/shoulders up to the head' shot). This could be a photo that you have taken of someone or an old b/w photo of a past relative (or even of you as a child). If you happen to have a computer program that will print the image(s) in "Posterization" mode, do so in b/w with a setting of 3,4 or 5.
. I'll be painting small/mid-sized b/w portraits of a current day cowboy and of a young girl from an old hand-colored photo from the '40's or '50's.
2. A statue (close-up)...if you don't have one, get an image off of the internet of a close-up of a historic statue. Alternately, you may paint from a cow's skull from life that I will bring with me.