Address: 809 W. 1st St., Antioch CA (Across from the Amtrak Station at 100 W 1st St, Antioch, CA 94509)
Mark Roberts, Instructor
Saturday, March 26, 2022
Fee $50 (maximum 8 students)
Observe and record the changing light on the delta by making numerous small painted studies throughout the day while enjoying the historic Rivertown District of Antioch and its attractions; El Campanil Theatre, antique shops and restaurants.
Suggested supplies, portable easel, about a dozen small painting panels or canvases, painting supplies ( paints, brushes, solvent, container for solvent, palette and palette knife, rags or papertowels, trash bag) Something to carry your wet paintings in if working in oil like a pochade box or pizza box, a sketch book for sketching when the light is too dark or fleeting. Also, you may want to bring sunscreen, drinking water and pack a lunch.
Meet at Waldie Plaza 6am, 7 – 8 am lecture and demonstration, Lunch break from noon – 1pm, Group critique 7pm at the Lynn House
Mark Roberts is an award winning exhibiting artist. He worked as a background design artist for Disney TV Animation. He received his MFA in Painting at the Academy of Art University. Currently he teaches at Las Positas College in Livermore.