In Painting by Design with Frank Webb, Frank critiques each element of several paintings design, breaking it down into simple principles to help those interested in achieving a mastery over their paintings. The building blocks of painting, shape, line, value, color, texture, size and direction are each discussed as Frank helps to answer the question, "When does a painting become a work of Art". The video is upbeat and fun to watch and you will find that Frank's critique is neatly wrapped up before you know it.
Frank Webb has been a professional artist since 1948. He is a Dolphin Fellow and a vice president of the American Watercolor Society. He also holds membership in several other art organizations and is listed in "Who's Who in American Art," and "Who's Who in the East." In addition to the three books that he has authored, he has conducted workshops in all 50 states and many countries and won over 90 major awards. Going beyond the usual technical display of watercolor, Webb's paintings express his interest in the creative concept and design principles. Since in his own words, "Painting is more caught than taught," he stresses the importance of seeing, feeling and responding to possibilities while synthesizing realism with abstractionism. Frank covers a broad spectrum of subjects beyond traditional landscapes.
80 minute art instruction video.
|Brand||Artist Palette Productions|
|Publisher||Artist Palette Productions|
|Run Time||80 min.|
|Author / Artist||Frank Webb|
|Subject||Art Education and Instruction, Art Reference|