2017 Workshops

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I hope to see you at one of my workshops this year! Here are the workshops that are happening in 2017:

Demonstration: Thursday, April 7th 5:30-8:30
Workshop: Friday and Saturday, April 8-9th 9-4:00
For more information visit www.warehouse521.com

Join award winning artist, Kim Barrick for an intensive 2 1/2 day workshop on color mixing.  Color is central to the mood and feel of every painting.  Understanding the unlimited choices without being overwhelmed is key to crafting beautiful works of art.  In this workshop students will have the opportunity to learn how to create sophisticated color from limited paint choices, simplify the mixing experience and utilize neutrals to give power to each painting.  Students will also gain confidence while developing their unique personal palette. Barrick is highly regarded for the breadth of her palette and her encouraging teaching style. Class size is limited.  All levels welcome.

For more information visit www.warehouse521.com

July 10-14th 1:30-4:30
For more info email kim at kimbarrickstudio@gmail.com 

Join Kim Barrick on the grounds of the Historic Monteagle Sunday School Assembly for a week of afternoon painting.

For more information email kim at kimbarrickstudio@gmail.com 

Friday and Saturday, July 21-22nd 9-4:00
For more information visit www.warehouse521.com

Become the artist you aspire to be.  Taking risks is essential to developing your unique artistic voice.  This 2 day class is for any artist willing to make a commitment to become more-more skilled, more dynamic, more subtle, or more intentional. Students will experiment with color, composition and brushwork to strengthen their personal vision.  Prepare to be challenged, frustrated and delighted.  Award winning artist and writer Kim Barrick will lead participants through the exciting rewards of painting authentically.  Barrick is a sought after instructor with an engaging teaching style peppered with wit and humor.  Class size is limited.

For more information visit www.warehouse521.com


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