Boston En Plein Air: Watercolor Landscape Painting *Offsite* *NEW*

Hopper, Cezzan, Turner, Milford; all artists renowned for their watercolor landscapes. The inherent ability to capture vivid colors and moods all within a small window of time on location is known as plein air painting. In this class we will paint on site at a location in Boston or Cambridge and look at different methods and practices of painting foliage, flora, architecture, and possibly even people. The main focus of this intensive will be color and the use of brush techniques to build vivid landscapes as the old masters would have—as well as to find renewed life after a year of being shut away. So come paint, be social, and see the world around you with new eyes. Each section will visit a different location. The instructor will email you the meeting location before the class starts. Instructor: Bryan Ramey

Sections

WAPA-SP22.02

Start Date

June 4, 2022

Time

12:00pm

Location

Off Site

Cost

$100.00

Availability

5

Saturday, 12-4pm. June 4
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This class will meet offsite. The instructor will email you the meeting location prior to the class. Please also check your spam folder. Unvaccinated students are asked to wear a mask.

Instructors: Bryan Ramey

WAPA-SU22.01

Start Date

July 9, 2022

Time

12:00pm

Location

Off Site

Cost

$100.00

Availability

8

Saturday, 12-4pm. Jul. 9
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This class will meet offsite. The instructor will email you the meeting location prior to the class. Please also check your spam folder. Unvaccinated students are asked to wear a mask.

Instructors: Bryan Ramey

WAPA-SU22.02

Start Date

August 13, 2022

Time

12:00pm

Location

Off Site

Cost

$100.00

Availability

8

Saturday, 12-4pm. Aug. 13
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This class will meet offsite. The instructor will email you the meeting location prior to the class. Please also check your spam folder. Unvaccinated students are asked to wear a mask.

Instructors: Bryan Ramey

Instructor

Bryan Ramey

Bryan Ramey received his BFA from Alfred University in 2008, after which he honed his craft, traveling internationally before settling in Brisbane Australia. He returned stateside to attend the Post-Baccalaureate Program at the School for the Museum of Fine Arts in 2011. Over the last 10 years, Bryan has continued to explore the ideas of modern surrealism and story telling, looking to the darker side of man: the superstitious, the imaginative, the unknown part of ourselves. He has exhibited both locally and internationally while working with musicians and authors as a freelance illustrator. He currently lives and works out of his home studio in Brighton MA. Website: artbyramey.com Instagram: @Thorodin64