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Instructor: Vico Fabbris
August 20 - 24
Monday - Friday
9am - 12pm
5 Sessions

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This course will allow you to experiment, invent and create new combinations of figurative or abstract images with watercolor or acrylic wash. Using visualization, imagination and your own intuition, this course will assist you to unlock your “inventive thinking”. You will be able to develop an image that does not exist in the real world. Also, you will experiment with combinations of techniques that can be used to create works of art that appear complex, yet are easy to produce. This course is appropriate for beginners as well as more advanced students. Individual attention is given to students at various levels of ability and allows them to progress at their own pace. All the elements of painting are introduced in guided exercises. Works can be done in any scale, with watercolor on preferred watercolor paper. Flexibility and open-mindedness are essential to reach your full potential ability to paint without restriction.

Vico Fabbris received a MFA in painting from Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence. Among his accomplishments: twice recipient Mass Cultural Grant in painting; Artist in Residence at Studios Key West; selected for New American Painting; twice finalist Blanche Coleman Award; commissioned by Muka Print Project, New Zealand.

Vico is represented by Gurari Collections, Boston; Rice Polak Gallery, Provincetown and Graficas Gallery, Nantucket. Exhibitions include Forum Gallery, NY and LA; De Cordova Museum Invitational; Provincetown Art Association & Museum; Cape Museum; Lucky Street Gallery, Key West; Giardino Botanico, Florence. He’s in the collection of Fidelity Investments; Arkansas Art Center; DeCordova; Suffolk University and PAAM. Articles have appeared in Art New England, ARTSmedia, Boston Globe, The Nation and featured on HGTV. As Senior Lecturer at New England School of Art & Design/Suffolk University, Boston Vico enjoyed teaching drawing and painting when not spending time in Florence and Provincetown.