Registration is available online at Brown Paper Tickets.
OIL/ABSTRACT/ LARGE FORMAT/OIL OR ACRYLIC
Do you have a painting, well PARTS of a painting that you just love with another part in the same painting that just doesn’t do it?
I Love to teach how to do a makeover of a painting that you want to be invigorated, infused with chance and multilayers of depth, while still maintaining the PARTS YOU LOVE.
Some of my best painting are the one I have painted “over”/make over.
Our schedule calls for a swift work over with new techniques the first day followed by a pulling together of a new work the second day.
“It can be done!”
• Choice of Oil or Acrylic.
• Bring a minimum of three (3) canvas or board, large/huge format, 36″ x 48″ minimum size, 2 you wish to make over and one blank.
• medium of choice, brushes and tools, sandpaper, cold wax (optional), palette knives, paper towels, rags.
• Paint Sticks
Anne Leveque is a multifaceted Artist
Having first trained and performed as a professional Dancer, then published as Writer/Director and currently, since 25 yrs, a Painter, she has lived her life in the arena of Fine Arts.
Dance provided the discipline necessary for everything else in life and provided her the greatest fulfillment and achievement.
Writing expanded the focus and depth of expression through writing plays in conjunction with the Honolulu Symphony. Poetry often accompanies her paintings providing a glimpse into the layering and interplay of her inspiration.
Painting has taken her into a fully aesthetic and ascetic life of solitude, peace, and tranquility.
Additionally she has travelled the world and lived 10 yrs in Asia (2010-2016).
“To travel extensively internationally, is to understand humankind more fully and this has influenced my philosophy and painting profoundly.”
FORMAL EDUCATION: Awarded a BS in Science, MS in Educational Administration and MFA in Fine Arts from UCLA.
TEACHING POSITIONS: Anne Leveque has been a teaching assistant at UCLA, Assistant Professor at the University of Utah and San Jose State University, JFK University and presented master workshops worldwide.
DANCE: From 1965-85 -classically trained ballet dancer having trained at the Royal London Ballet, London and Modern Dance with Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance in London and NYC. During this period, Ms Leveque performed with many Dance Companies, worldwide, gave master classes, and as guest artist performer (Oakland ballet, Ethel Winter Repertory, Lotto Goslar, Mary Claire Sale, Danny Lewis, Charles Wideman to name a few and with Gene Kelly at Universal Studios.)
RESIDENCIES: Banff Center for the Arts 2000, Mendocino Art Center.
Written, directed and choreographed by Anne Leveque. Received with critical acclaim.
Directed Brian People’s “Ci Vediamo, Mama”, performed August 20 – 29, 2004.
And wrote and directed and produced a contemporary version of Puskin’s Little Tragedies, Hawaii
Wrote and Directed full script of Ramyana epic in Bangkok
CURRENTLY: Feature writer for the Arts Section of the Napa Valley Register (newspaper) and editor of two books that have been published.
FILM: 1977 Served as Production Assistant with the British Film Institute for Yvonne Rainer’s film, Journeys from Berlin, Production Assistant, Maui, Hawaii Writers Conference and Continuity Assistant British Film Institute.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS in PAINTING (1997- Recent)
• 1997 Solo Exhibition at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange sponsored by Hong Kong Land.
• 2010-16 Art Republic Gallery Bangkok, Solo Exhibitions, 10 yrs
• 2012-16 Numerous Solo Exhibitions throughout Asia
• Napa Valley College is my second exhibition in USA, 2016,since leaving the USA 24 yrs ago and exhibiting in Asia where I resided for 10 yrs.
• 2016 AND 2017 Jessel Gallery, Napa Ca
• Yountville Community Center Solo Exhibition /LIz Hauer Curator
• Kennedy Gallery Sacramento
• North Valley Art Association
Registration for this workshop is available online at BrownPaperTickets.com,
1-800-838-3006, and at Gualala Arts Center.
Gualala Arts is at 46501 Old State Highway, Gualala, CA 95445
Information is at GualalaArts.org and at 707-884-1138.