Workshops

Using Color & Design in the Landscape: May 1-3, 2024

9am – 4pm

We are so pleased to bring nationally known local artist, June Dudley, back for a 3-day workshop in acrylics, which she calls Using Color & Design in the Landscape. Oil painters are also welcome. You can see her beautiful work on her website: www.junedudley.com 

Cost: $350 ($325 for VAS members)

Scroll down for supplies list and registration form.

More examples of June’s work

Details

When: Wednesday, May 1, 2024 through Friday, May 3, 2024 9am – 4pm. Lunch break 12-1pm

Where: Inside DEGALLERY, 930 N. Rosemary Dr., Bryan, TX

Cost: $350.00 ($325.00 for VAS members)
It is easy to become a member, just go HERE! We would love to have you!

Number of Participants: The class will be fairly small. Minimum number is 8, but the maximum is 12. If less than 8 students register, the class will unfortunately be cancelled and all registrants will have their registration fee refunded. Once the class is filled, contact webmaster@visualartsociety.org to be put on the waiting list.

Registration Form: Scroll to bottom. Registration closes Friday, April 26, 2024. If you have problems registering, contact webmaster@visualartsociety.org.

Refreshments: Please bring your lunch. We will provide water, coffee and snacks.

Cancellation Policy

Because seats are limited, in order to receive a full refund, cancellation notice must be given by April 24. Cancellations made after April 24 will result in a full forfeiture of registration cost. 

Supply List

These are the colors I normally use.  You are welcome to bring whatever you usually work with to use in the workshop.  I will be working in acrylics, but you are welcome to use oils or acrylics.  Please bring professional grade paints, not student grade.

Paints  (Please bring professional grade paints)  Your paints should be HEAVY BODY.

  •  Naples Yellow
  • Cadmium Yellow Medium
  • Raw Sienna
  • Yellow Ochre
  • Cadmium Red Light
  • Diox.  Purple
  • Cerulean Blue
  • Ultramarine Blue
  • Viridian Green, Liquitex Deep Green Permanent, or Sap Green
  • Titanium White
  • Alizarin Crimson
  • Mars Violet
  • You do not necessarily have to have every color that I use.  These are the ones I work with most of the time.  You should have at least one true blue, yellow, & red along with white (the bare essentials.)

Optional Colors

  • Portrayt Red or Red Iron Oxide
  • Green Gold
  • Cadmium yellow light and deep
  • Cadmium Orange
  • Liquitex Light Blue and Light Blue violet
  • Burnt Umber
  • Burnt Sienna
  • Mars Violet

Brushes

  • A script liner- couple of sizes
  • Grumbacher Bristlette, University synthentic, or Windson Newton Galeria (flats, rounds, &/or filberts in various sizes)
  • These are suggestions including brushes I prefer to use.  You may use whatever you like, but your brushes are very important so buy as good a brush as you can afford.

Other Supplies

  • Container for water to wash your brushes in or if oils, for turpenoid or odorless turp.
  • Stretched canvas no larger than 12×16 or 16×20 Fredricks cotton is fine.

About the Artist

As her dad’s cowhand, June grew up on her family’s quintessential Texas ranch that has been in her family for over a hundred years and has been recognized by the state as a “Texas Century Ranch”.  She grew up riding horses and working cattle with her dad loving every minute of it.  She & her husband raised their family on that same land which has nurtured her passion for her art giving her the subjects she loves and paints.  Her paintings depict her sensitive sense of color plus the strong feelings she has for her subjects.  Her desire is to capture the subjects she paints with the passion she feels for them while creating a mood that the viewers share.  She loves painting Western landscapes and figurative pieces.

Honored with many awards and a Jones Award recipient, Dudley is published exclusively by Leanin’ Tree and Somerset Fine Art.  Major shows she has participated in include Small Works, Great Wonders, Hold Your Horses, Trappings of Texas, Traveling the West, Windows to the West, American Plains Artists, Museum of Western Art, Bosque Art Classic, the Russell, Cheyenne’s Governor’s Invitational, Mountain Oyster Show, one person shows At Greenhouse Gallery & Texas A&M, & others.  Her art is in corporate collections of BNSF (Burlington, Northwestern, Santa Fe Railways), the Jones Gallery at Bosque Arts Center, Coca Cola, and Longhorn Steakhouse, & many private collections.  She has done commissioned paintings for U.S. Equestrian Federation, Australian Shepherd Club of America, and Ronald McDonald House in Phoenix among others.  She is a lifetime committee member for Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.  She is represented by Marta Stafford Fine Art Gallery in Marble Falls, Texas.

Her many awards include the Jones Award, Gold Award (judged by Oreland Joe), Best of Show, & Popular Choice from the Bosque Art Classic; Best of Show, Gold Award in Acrylics, & Purchase Award at the San Dimas Festival of Arts judged by Alfredo Rodriquez, Award of Excellence (APA Show) plus many others.

June has also judged many shows serving on the School Art steering committee for Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo for thirty years as well as judging many Texas art shows.  Major shows judged are National Society of Artists and the 2021 WOAW, Women Artists of the West.

Registration Form