South Beaches Gallery Portraits in Oil Workshops
The second session of South Beaches Gallery’s Traditional Oil Portraits Workshops will begin April 19th.
This series of adult art classes (teens will be considered after an interview), is a valuable opportunity to work with a Master Portrait Artist, using a live model. Classes are open to all levels of expertise.
The five week Wednesday workshops, will be limited to six (6) students in order to assure each student receives maximum attention. Students will learn portraiture in a classic style, working with a live model. Demonstrations, discussions, composition, draftsmanship, basic facial dimensions, drawing with paint, light sources and much more will be included in this concentrated, comprehensive workshop.
Classes are $225 for the series and begin Wednesday, April 19th and run through May 17th. Hours will be 6:00 PM to about 8:30 PM, and easels will be provided. A supply list will be available upon reserving a space.
You may contact Susan at South Beaches Gallery, at email@example.com or (321) 591-9154, with any questions. Remember there are only six (6) available seats. Registration must be completed in advance in order to assure a space.
Please feel free to come to the gallery at 321 Ocean Avenue, Melbourne Beach, to see samples of our instructor's, Lynda Kodwyck's, work.
South Beaches Gallery & Art Education Center
Master Portrait Artist Lynda Kodwyck.
Lynda majored in Fine Art at UNH where she chose John Hatch as her mentor and completed her Magnum Opus her Junior year. She studied with master artist, Richard Gibney, a WWII combat artist and muralist and at The Finishing School in Long Island, New York with the renowned French muralist, Pascal Amblard.
Lynda also attended workshops with New England master artists Adeline Goldminc-Tronzo and Dennis Perrin. In Florida she studied with Master Figurative and Portrait Sculptor, Stephen Perkins and Master Portrait Artist, John Houghton.
Lynda was a member of the Newburyport (MA), York (ME) and Kittery (ME) Art Associations and currently a member of The Artists' Guild of Brevard, (TASGOB), the Vero Beach Art Club (VBAC), and the Portrait Society of America (PSA).
She has exhibited in Northern New England juried shows, one woman and group shows, and galleries. She is currently showing her work in juried shows in Florida and is a featured artist in "South Beaches Gallery". She maintains exhibiting relationships in northern NE and her paintings and murals (moveable and permanent) are in homes and businesses throughout the Eastern US and the UK.