workshops > still life painting w/ diego glazer
Still Life Painting
with DIEGO GLAZER
DATES: 26 - 30 July
HOURS: 9:30 - 16:30 (lunch from 12:30 - 13:30, 30 instructed hours total)
INSTRUCTOR: Diego Glazer
LIMIT: 10 students maximum
TUITION: €695 - this includes some materials (see materials list), complimentary lunch and refreshments
Examples of still life paintings by Diego Glazer, as well as images of his students at work during his 2019 Still Life Painting workshop at DARA.
- Recommended level: all levels welcome
Study the art of still life painting in this intensive 5-day workshop with classically trained artist Diego Glazer. The still life genre has its roots in the Netherlands, where it emerged as a distinct and respected art form during the 16th century. Today, it remains widely popular among both artists and collectors, and serves as the perfect setting for painters to study compositional design, color theory, and brush handling.
Over the course of 30 hours of instruction, demonstrations, and one-on-one critiques, students in this workshop will work from a simple still life arrangement in order to study how oil paintings are constructed. Diego will guide his students through the process of learning different strategies and techniques that can be used for constructing complex, multi-layered paintings.
The core concepts that will be explored are those that help students to understand how underpainting, glazing, scumbling, color, value, and edges can complement their vision and achieve a more detailed composition of their paintings. With these skills, students will be well prepared to paint and design highly competent still life studies from their own studios.
Returning students who have already studied in one of Diego's previous workshops will delve deeper into strategies of indirect painting, in which they will learn about glazing and scumbling techniques over a monochrome underpainting.
The props used in each still life arrangement are provided by DARA.
- INCLUDED MATERIALS: DARA will provide all props to be used in each still life arrangement.
The following materials are required for participation in this workshop. Many of the materials listed are common supplies that artists are likely to own already. Included below is also a list of recommended local art shops where supplies can be purchased in Haarlem or in surrounding cities. To download the Materials List as a PDF document, please click the button above.
Do you have any questions about any of the items on this list? Please send us an email at email@example.com and we will be more than happy to help.OIL COLORS:
All oil colors should be Artist/Professional quality. We strongly discourage “student-grade” paint.
- Titanium White
- Yellow Ochre Pale
- Venetian Red
- Raw Umber
- Burnt Umber
- Ultramarine Blue
- Ivory Black
-GENERAL PAINTING SUPPLIES:
- Liquin Original by Winsor & Newton
- Odorless mineral spirits (Please note: Only aroma-free solvents such as Gamsol are permitted for use in the studio. Please do not bring genuine turpentine or any other strong-smelling solvents.)
- 2 primed canvases or wooden panels, size 20 x 30 cm
- Palette knife
- Cobalt Drier
- Calcium carbonate (if this is not available at your local art store, we have plenty extra at the studio)
- Medium cups
- Paper towels/rags
- A clean, empty jar to rinse brushes in
- A variety of filbert brushes, both synthetic- and bristle-hair, small to medium sizes
- A variety of small pointed round brushes, both synthetic- and bristle-hair
WHERE TO BUY SUPPLIES:
The materials on this list can be purchased at the following art stores in Haarlem and surrounding cities:
- PAYMENT POLICY
The fee for this course is €695* inclusive of still life props as well as complimentary lunch and refreshments. Once the Dutch Atelier of Realist Art (DARA) has notified the student of his or her acceptance into the workshop via email, a deposit payment equivalent to one half of the course fee is due within two weeks in order to reserve the student's place. Spaces are not reserved until the deposit has been paid.
The remaining balance of workshop fees is due no later than 28 June 2021. After this time, new students may still register for the course if there is room available, but are advised that the full course fee is due upon acceptance.
In the event that the necessary fees are not paid by the aforementioned deadlines, the student will be notified by email that he or she risks relinquishing their space in the class if the overdue fees are not paid within 7 days. Students who have not paid the full course fee prior to the first day of the workshop are not permitted to attend under any circumstances.
* The Dutch Atelier of Realist Art is a vocational school recognized by the Centraal Register Kort Beroepsonderwijs (CRKBO). Students enrolled in our courses are therefore exempt from paying additional VAT (BTW).
ACCEPTED PAYMENT METHODS
DARA accepts payment through the following methods: cash, credit or debit card, Paypal, and wire transfer. All fees are payable in EUR. A confirmation of receipt is sent within 48 hours of receiving a payment.
Cash: Cash payments must be paid at a scheduled appointment in person. Please do not mail cash.
Credit Card / Debit Card / Paypal: Students may pay online using the link below. All online payments are processed through Paypal. *** Please note that an additional 3,5% processing fee is applied.
Wire Transfer: Please advise us when the transfer of funds has been made and provide a transaction number so we may track the payment. Our bank details are as follows:
Bank Name: Rabobank Haarlem
Beneficiary: Dutch Atelier of Realist Art
IBAN: NL04 RABO 0327 7614 31
SWIFT (BIC): RABONL2U
Branch Number: 3244
Bank Address: Dreef 40, 2012 HS Haarlem
Students can use the link below to pay either the deposit or the full course fee online with a credit card, debit card, or Paypal account. All online payments are processed through Paypal.
*** Please note that an additional 3,5% processing fee is applied.
Please click the menu for a drop-down option to pay either the course deposit or full tuition fee.
- ADMISSIONS | WORKING IN THE STUDIO | STUDIO CANCELLATIONS | STUDENT CANCELLATIONS
All applicants are advised to review our Studio Policies in full before submitting a registration form.
Registration is open to students of any nationality, race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age*, medical status, marital or civil status, religion, creed, or political affiliation. (*Please note that applicants under age 18 must have their parent or legal guardian provide express written permission via email that states that the applicant may be enrolled.)
Students may apply by completing an online registration form (available by clicking the "Apply Now" button above.) After submitting a registration form, the student will be sent an email notification within 48 hours as to the status of his or her acceptance in the workshop. The Dutch Atelier of Realist Art (DARA) reserves the right to refuse enrollment to any new or returning students deemed by the studio administration to be out of line with the programme's stated mission and policies, and/or disruptive to the studio and its attendees.
Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, and it is therefore advisable for students to sign up for courses early while spaces are available. Spaces are very limited in order to ensure that each student receives a high level of individual attention and one-on-one instruction. Once the workshop has been filled, any subsequent applicants will be placed on a waiting list. In the event that a student cancels his or her registration and/or fails to pay the requisite course fees, the next student on the waiting list will receive the space in the class instead.
WORKING IN THE STUDIO
All students agree to adhere to our Studio Policies as a condition of their continued enrollment in any workshop offered at DARA. Students are expected to maintain a professional working environment at all times by respecting themselves, fellow students, models, guests, and instructors.
Students are expected to arrive to class on time and with the appropriate required materials in order to participate in the workshop. During the course, each student is provided with storage space to store his or her art supplies, artwork, and personal belongings. Please note that all student belongings must be taken home by the last day of the workshop. DARA accepts no responsibility for the damage, loss, or theft of student property, except in cases solely attributable to the misconduct of a DARA staff member.STUDIO CANCELLATIONS
The minimum level of enrollment for this course to run is 4 students. In the event that this enrollment level is not attained, students will be notified 60 days in advance of the start of the course, and will be offered the option of either receiving a full refund* or transferring to a different course of their choosing (provided that space is available.) All refunds are processed within 7 days of studio cancellations.
During the workshop, if a single class session is cancelled for any reason, DARA will notify all students of the cancellation by phone and email. Every effort will be made to schedule a make-up class at a time convenient for the majority of students. Refunds for cancelled class sessions are awarded only in the event that no make-up class is scheduled. DARA reserves the right to substitute instructors and/or models during a class if no alternative is available.
*Please note that in the event of a studio cancellation, DARA is only responsible for refunding the cost of tuition, and not for any of the student's associated expenses, such as travel fare and/or purchase of class materials.STUDENT CANCELLATIONS
Cancellations may be made by email notification to firstname.lastname@example.org. Students who cancel their workshop registration within 14 days of submitting a registration form are entitled to a full refund of fees. All refunds are processed within 7 days of the cancellation date. After the 14-day grace period has passed, the following student cancellation policy applies:
- The deposit payment becomes non-refundable.
- If the cancellation is made more than 60 days in advance of the start of the workshop, and the student has already paid the full course fee: the student is entitled to a 50% refund.
- If the cancellation is made more than 30 days in advance of the start of the workshop, and the student has already paid the full course fee: the student is entitled to a 25% refund.
- If the cancellation is made with fewer than 30 days in advance of the start of the workshop: no refunds will be awarded.
In the event that a student drops out of a workshop after the course has already begun, and the date of cancellation falls within the aforementioned 14-day grace period, the student is still required to pay the total cost of services rendered (calculated by the number of class dates the student was in attendance). The student will be refunded the remaining balance of fees.