WORKSHOP: Painting the Nude Figure with Bryce Cameron Liston


WORKSHOP: Painting the Nude Figure with Bryce Cameron Liston


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4-Day Oil Painting Workshop with special guest painter, Bryce Cameron Liston! First time to teach at Studio Paradiso!!

November 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th.

10am to 5pm.

Bryce has been have a successful career painter for decades and now is devoting more time to sharing his knowledge with students. His paintings convey a convincing realism but yet exude a “romanticism” that seems to be rare today. One notices his lively brushwork and strong command of balancing the depiction of form with the punctuations of high-chroma. Students will especially benefit from his choices on composition and narrative which can be expressed though light and shadow passages. This workshop will provide two nude models so that students can work closely from life using Bryce’s techniques.

Each morning of the four day workshop will begin with a short demo by Bryce. Class size is small so to guarantee that students have a lot of opportunity to receive one-on-one attention with Bryce for advice, feedback and critique.

To register purchase through the online store, or call Victoria at (206) 323-7309.


Artist grade paint:
Titanium White
Cadmium Yellow Light
Burnt Sienna
Alizarin Crimson (or Permanent Alizarin Crimson)
Ultramarine Blue

Brushes: 5-6 natural bristle (square shape) brushes of varying size (approx. 1/4" up to 5/8”)
1-3 round bristle brushes various sizes (can be nice)
3-4 sable or synthetic "softer" brushes various sizes and shapes
Make sure you have a variety of sizes of all brushes

Palette: (middle tone)

Brush cleaner: Either metal or "Silicoil" type.

Gamsol or Turpenoid (one of these two only). Do not use "turpenoid natural"

Mediums: Fast dry mediums are either Gamblin Galkyd lite, Neo-Megilp or Winsor & Newton Liquin. Or just linseed or walnut oil (artist grade)

(My preferred medium is 1 part linseed (or walnut) oil to 4 parts Gamsol.) If you choose this, bring a container for it

Support(s): Any of these sizes or a variety of 8x10, 11x14, 12x16 or 14x18 canvas or panels, 5 or more total (be safe make it more).

Paper towels, palette cup, palette knife(s) etc

Wet painting carrier can be a good thing

Sketch pad with assorted soft charcoal or graphite pencils, kneaded eraser.

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November 8th-11th 2019