Painting outdoors during the turning of the seasons is a great way to spend an afternoon, especially with the interesting architecture and vibrant flora around Perkins Center. We'll walk to our destination and paint in acrylic or oil. You'll experiment with color mixing, paint application and go from a sketch to a final painting in one session. Bring your painting surface and paint as well as a sketch pad, pencil and black marker. Open to all levels.
Students should bring their own supplies.
-Travel easel or pochade box
-Canvas board or paper
-Brushes Paints- selection is up to the student!
-Students may bring a limited palette of black and white up to a full palette
-Pencil and or black marker
-Sketchbook or sheet of paper
-Water, solvent and/or mediums for paint
Jenny Graham-Hougah is a representational painter based in Southern New Jersey and holds a BA in Art History. Jenny will be the March 2020 artist-in-resident at Weir Farm, a National Park Service residency. She exhibited 25 portraits as part of a two-person exhibit at the Duke Gallery in Wallingford, PA while a Collaboration and Exhibition fellow at the Community Art Center in 2018. She has won awards, including 2nd Place in Community Paint Out 2019 in Wayne Arts Center Plein Air Festival and Honorable Mention in the Art Educators of New Jersey Annual Juried Exhibit. She has exhibited in numerous juried exhibitions, including Studio Montclair's Viewpoints 2019 and Monmouth Museum's Petopia 2019.