SIMPLIFYING THE LANDSCAPE
Workshop with Denis Byrd
Friday, Nov. 11th 10:00am - 2:00pm, 1200 E. Center St. Kingsport, TN in the Renaissance Arts Center building, 2nd Floor Room 239
When painting en plein air, artists are confronted with an overwhelming amount of information and a limited amount of time to paint. It is necessary to simplify the composition, colors, and many other elements in order to capture the essence of the landscape without being overwhelmed by details. In the workshop, Denis will give you strategies for simplifying your work while painting en plein air and in your studio.
Denis will do a two hour demonstration and then two hour painting session for participants, outdoors if weather permits.
Complete payment form then return and complete entry form. Thank you!
KAG Members receive a discounted price for this terrific workshop! Information about Denis is at the bottom of this page.
Workshop with Denis ByrdSimplifying the landscape painting workshop for plein air and studio artists. You'll learn key strategies that will help improve your painting.
About Denis Byrd
Judge for our 2022 Members Show: Denis Byrd, Artist and Art Educator
North Carolina based artist Denis Byrd has spent most of his life creating art. He earned a BA in Studio Art from the University of Georgia in 2003 before expanding his abilities in 2014 through obtaining a MAED in Arts Education from Georgia State University. Wanting to challenge himself, Denis began plein air painting in 2006. Ever since, plein air has become the most defining feature of his work. An avid amateur historian, Denis continues to weave his interests in history and folklore into his work.
Denis has exhibited his work in numerous shows throughout the Southeastern United States as well as the historic Salmagundi Club in New York. He is an active member of the Oil Painters of America and the host of The Renaissance podcast on iTunes where he further merged his love of history and art.
Denis currently lives in the Piedmont region of North Carolina where he and his work are daily inspired by the historic landscape.