In accordance with New York City regulations, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for all in-person events until further notice.
This is a workshop to learn how to create Japanese landscape paintings together using the pointillism technique used by famous Western painters such as Georges Seurat.
What you will receive in this class:
1. several samples of Japanese landscape paintings: participants will be asked to choose their favorite landscape painting from these samples.
2. A 6 “x6” canvas and acrylic paints: Participants will dot their landscapes on these painting tools.
3. Finished painting: Students will take home a finished painting.
About the Instructor
Takura Suzuki was born in 1996 in Tokyo. He is now based in Brooklyn, NY. His work focuses on the relationship between contemporary digital technology and humans and investigates how this relationship shapes today’s society. In his work, he metaphorically depicts a world that reflects a contemporary society where the digital aspects and the physical aspects are mixed.
2021: MFA in Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO 2019: BFA in Painting, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2021: New Contemporaries, Dodomu Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2021: Stirred Effect, Shapeshifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY
2021: smoke, signals, space: 2021 MFA-VA Thesis Exhibition, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
2021: Salon: Parabola 2021, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO
2020: A Transitory Space, Online exhibition
2020: Fallout (online exhibition), Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington, IN
2020: MFA in Visual Art First-Year Exhibition, Art & Education; online exhibition 2019: Extraterrestrial: Parabola 2019, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO
2019: Distortion/Reality BFA Thesis Show, Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington, IN
2018: Non-Graduating MFA/BFA Exhibition, Grunwald Gallery, Bloomington, IN
2020: The Gary and Sherry Wolff Art Scholarship, Washington University in St. Louis
2019: The Gary and Sherry Wolff Art Scholarship, Washington University in St. Louis 2018: Harry Engel Scholarship, School of Art, Architecture and Design, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2018: Dean’s award from School of Art, Architecture and Design, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN