Wednesday, October 19 (1 week – week 5) from 10:00am – 11:30am
IN-PERSON only (Not on ZOOM)
Discussing Plein Air painting indoors is a contradiction in terms, but L.D. Herman will attempt to describe and illustrate the manor of painting that the impressionists like Monet, Manet and Cézanne practiced. L.D. studied architecture at KU, spent a career building big buildings then painting and drawing “on the side,” but when he retired he took up painting regularly. He found the practice of painting landscapes directly on-site to be the most challenging and rewarding. He will explain the special challenges of painting in this way and discuss the groups of painters that approach painting in this way.
Class Fee: $5
Instructor: L.D. Herman has won First Place in the KC Parks and Recreation’s annual Plein Air Painting event. His artwork hangs in the offices of KCMO Parks & Recreation. He was also commissioned to paint an outdoor mural in Macken Park in KC Northland. He belongs to a variety of Art groups throughout Missouri. He has shown in Art Shows in KCMO, Shawnee Mission and Gladstone. He will display a few of his Art Originals in class and has a PowerPoint presentation as well.