During this workshop, through drawing and painting we shall explore what Cézanne's vision was about. Cézanne was "The pioneer of Simultaneity" who recreated time in space. "Cézannes' doubt" is most to his works and Picasso revered his anxiety and greatly admired the apparent "unfinishedness" of his work where he radically alternates between focus and fragmentation with objects described by an aura of reverberating multiple lines, perspective distorted to imply several viewpoints simultaneously., objects and space flowing into each other, opening the door to Cubism.
Therefore this practical workshop will investigate the radical vision and working methods of Cézanne, using these ideas to paint a simple still-life from observation through understanding how to look and paint, and communicate and refining ones own personal work.
When: Saturday 8th April 2017 - Time: 12.30pm - 4.30pm - Suitable for all levels - All materials and refreshments provided - Cost £35 - A few places still available
Tutor: Tim Morrison trained at The Royal College of Art and Edinburgh, has exhibited in York and London and has many years experience teaching successful, varied and interesting and adult art classes. Tim is regularly part of York Open Studios.