I Will be Instructing Two Different Courses
For the Upcoming Spring Semester
At the South Shore Art Center
Foundation To Plein Aire Painting
Simple Still Lives
Finally, after a long and cold winter, it's now once again to shake the winter doldrums and explore numerous sites around the south shore and Paint!. With proper social distancing, masks, and limited enrollment, the courses proved safe and successful with satisfied attendance. A continuation of the courses held last summer and fall are once again being offered with the South Shore Art Center.
...and gain your safety will be of the utmost importance.
PLEIN AIRE PAINTING.... We will be working indoors with setups that represent shadow and light, perspective and values from tabletop models. We will then proceed to work from photographshs, and learn the proper use of the photograph and its limitations. Perspective, drawing chckpoints and color will be the concentration of the course, all designed to when we do go outside, we have that much more of a visual coordination between our painting and the location.. A great foundation or refresher.
Six Weeks, Tuesdays, 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, April 26 through June 15
STILL LIFE PAINTING.... We sill start with simple shapes within a light box, initially painting in monochrome, to learn proper drawing checkpoints with value and modeling/shading. As we progress we will work increasingly on more complicated set ups where we may introduce numerous intricate colors ubjects, modeling, drawing, color, and value will be explored. A great learning experience, painting maybe everyday objects (or florals) into a fine piece of art.
Six weeks, Wednesday, 9:30 AAM to 12:30 PM, April 28 through June 2
Full course descriptions, dates, tuition and registration are available through the South Shore Art Centers Learning Center
For More information and registration, please link onto: www.ssac.org
Come Paint With Me
The first was instruction and explanation of the Second Wednesday Portrait Workshop that I host. An interesting view, not only was my work recorded, but Vcevy Stakovlovsky and Scott Ketchum were also featured. It makes for an interesting watch to see how three artist approach their work and create their own separate interpretation working form the same source, the model. You can view it at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWVlpFunfHk
The second video I am producing a still life form the Ellis studio location. I instruct on a step by step procedure to arrive at my concluded piece. to include a mistake and cover up about half way through. the composition had a flaw in it, and the video shows how I easily corrected it! this can be viewed at: https://www.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9u3VL3DdzA&t=141s
Explore new works of art on the following pages
This past Spring and Summer, even with the pandemic, I utilized this quarantine time for the opportunity to capture many local scenes around the South Shore. From new portrait studies, studio work, to new on location Paintings. Please click on the above links to see many of my new paintings.
Robert G. Beaulieu, a Scituate MA resident, graduated from the Paier School of Art in Hamden, CT and continued his education at the Museum School of Fine arts in Boston.
Majoring in illustration, he turned his career toward design and advertising and was president/owner of his own agency in Boston for a number of years until “semi-retiring” to devote more time do his painting. Primarily a Plein Aire painting, Robert has combined his ability to capture detail, atmosphere and light with the disciplines he learned through his foundation of academic work as well as, what he calls ”Practice. Practice practice.”
He has participated in a number of shows throughout New England, and locally with the Scituate Art Association, North River Arts, Duxbury Arts Festival, Quincy Arts Festival, North River Arts and the South Shore Art Center. Numerous award winning ribbons adorn his studio, as well winning best oil in show at the prestigious Cohasset festival on the green show, two years in a row.
Enjoying meeting other artist, and those interested, Robert does a number of demos a year as well as teachs courses with the South Shore Art Center (Cohasset) and well as Scituate Arts Association where he hosts a monthly portrait workshop. Robert has also appeared on Scituate public Television giving demos as well as courses in painting.
He is President emeritus of the Scituate arts association where he created many artistic endeavors on the South Shore for the public, as well the purchase of the Front Street Art Gallery.
Many times you can find Robert driving to painting locations in his classic MG, with his french easel bungeed on the back of the vehicles’ luggage rack. When not immersed in his painting, Roberts other interests include Bicycling, Scuba Diving and he has held a National Competition license with the Sports Car Club of America (scca) for over forty years, and still races today.
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