Instructor: Laurence Young
Monday - Friday
August 26 - 30
9am - 12pm
Learning how to incorporate arbitrary paint strokes, lines, and accidental mistakes, as an integral part of your painting process, is the focus of this workshop. Through observation, intuitive decision-making, and experimental play, you will discover new choices and new insight into your work. You will be working from a live model and challenged with prompts and specific exercises as applied through your own style of painting.
This workshop will inspire both beginners and seasoned painters.
Grounded in representation while abstracting through process. This would best describe Laurence Young’s current work. He is originally from Newton, MA with a BFA from the University of Hartford and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Young’s paintings are part of private and public collections. Provincetown Art Association and Museum, NJ State Museum, and Collector Daniel Mullin to name a few. Laurence is a long-time residence of Provincetown.
Currently represented by Alden Gallery, Provincetown, MA, PowersGallery, Acton, MA, View Gallery, Jackson, MS, Gregg Irby Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Bee Street Studio, Dallas, TX, Calusa Gallery, Naples, FL
Web Site: www.Laurenceyoung.com