Instructor: Adam Lowenbein
Monday - Friday
August 12 - 16
1pm - 4pm
Color is one of the central elements that an artist can use to communicate. The way we experience color is both extremely personal and at the same time universal in its ability to evoke a feeling or mood- much like music. This workshop is an exploration of the basics of color. We will discuss color vocabulary and explore exercises in the manipulation and perception of color. The class will then move on to color mixing with paint and working with color in compositions of each students own invention.
Adam Lowenbein lives and works in both Long Island, NY and Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He has a BFA in painting from The Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in painting from Indiana University. He is also an alumnus of Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and spent a year as a Core Fellow at the Glassell School, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He has worked for 30 years in New York City as a decorative painter executing projects for many of the city’s top interior designers. His work has appeared in House and Garden, World of Interiors, Veranda, Architectural Digest and others. His paintings have been exhibited at Go Fish Gallery in NYC as well as group shows at Caren Golden Fine Arts, The Center for Book Arts, Bluestone Gallery in Milford, PA, Rudolph Blume Fine Arts in Houston, TX and MAC Fine Arts in Fort Lauderdale, FL. His paintings are also included in The West Collection and other corporate collections.