Well-known artist and instructor, Ron Marvin, shares his vast knowledge and experience with students who will work from their own reference materials. Oil painting techniques and theories will be introduced through practice and demonstration. Emphasis is placed on choice of materials, depiction of light and shadow, brush techniques, basic color mixing and composition. This course will provide students with a foundation for creative expression in oil painting.
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Class Fee: $24 for Members; $30 for Non-Members
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Supplies: Student should bring their own supplies. Click the link below.
Meet your Instructor...
As a resident of St. Petersburg, Florida, Ron began painting at the age of eleven. He was the youngest child to be invited to the highly respected art class of David Anderson. Anderson requested some of Ron's work to be in his first gallery which opened in 1973. By age fourteen, Ron was presenting annual one-man invitational shows and soon became the second highest grossing artist in the gallery. The St. Petersburg Times declared him a prodigy as they chronicled his life each year.
By the age of eighteen, Ron had won many local and national awards, including a scholarship to the Art students League of New York. His work has appeared in the winning pages of many national publications including Artist Magazine, American Artist, International Artist Magazine, as well as in the hard cover book "The Best of Portrait Painting" by North Light Publishers. In 2008, Ron placed first in the "Paint the Town" plein art competition in St. Petersburg. Ron has painted commissioned portraits of judges, politicians and many other prominent community leaders, including Judge Sanderlin and Professor Eleazor from Stetson University College of Law.
He is a member of the Portrait Society of America, and plans on continuing entering nationally recognized competitions.
All fees associated with classes are non-refundable once the class has started. In the event a registrant needs to change or cancel their registration, the registrant should use the link provided in the confirmation email to reschedule to a future class. If the student needs to cancel for a refund prior to the start of class you must contact the Beach Art Center as far in advance as possible. Any agreement to cancel or transfer a registration after the class has taken place is made at the sole discretion of the instructor.
Beach Art Center reserves the right to cancel classes if minimums are not met or for any other reason relevant to business needs. In the event of a cancellation initiated by Beach Art Center, the registrant will be rescheduled or will receive a full refund. Beach Art Center does not hold credits on account for future use.