Hadas Tal: Urban Landscape Painting
Learn in depth color theory, color temperature & value with direct demos & hands on discussion. Learn scale, composition, while interpreting & constructing an image from a photo reference of your choice that will result in an image that marries realism & abstraction. I will teach you to go beyond the photo reference.
I will go into detail with mark making, premixing your colors, shape, value, & scale & taking your work to the next level, allowing students to make solid development in their technique in a relatively short amount of time.
About the Instructor: Hadas Tal is a fine art painter born in Israel in 1975, raised in Fair Lawn, NJ
Studied Painting at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Studied drawing and painting at Rutgers University, New York Academy of Art, and the Art Students League of New York
Exhibited her work at the Annual Spring Show at the Academy of Art in 2011 and 2012.
Named Top Ten Artists to Watch in 2012 by California Home & Design Magazine, April Issue.
Chosen to participate in the Young Generation Matter Showcase at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, April 2012.
Nominated for the 2012 SECA Art Award by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Hadas Tal has recently been featured in the SF Chronicle debuting her first Solo Show at
Paul Thiebaud Gallery - San Francisco, CA.
Hadas had her second Solo Show at Paul Thiebaud Gallery in San Francisco in January of 2018.
Hadas is represented by Maybaum Gallery in San Francisco
Hours: Class will run 10:00-5:00 each day. Doors open at 9:30 AM each day.
Unlimited + free bottled waters, coffee and tea (bring your own carafe or mug). Sodas and sparkling waters available for $1 each.
Limited to 12 students.
Lunch: We offer a delivered lunch from one restaurant (with limited selections) each day for $20, payable each morning of class. Students are also welcome to bring their own lunch and store in the refrigerator, or take a longer break and drive to Benicia’s First Street, 2 minutes away, for a variety of dining options.
Materials fee: $50 ~ payable to instructor first day of class