Painting is a mode of creative expression, and its forms are several. Drawing, gesture, composition, narration, or abstraction, as well as other aesthetic modes, may all be used as manifestations of the expressive and conceptual intention of our soul. As such, a painting can be naturalistic as well as representational, photographic, abstract; it can be loaded with narrative content or it can have a symbolic meaning. It can be emotive, as well as have a political nature.
I will teach how to draw and paint human figures, landscapes and still life, according to the rules of painting and to the different styles that are typical of each period of the history, experimenting styles from Ancient Roman art until Modern Age, using different media.
Individual and group lessons available. For info, contact Laura by e-mail.