"Painting Principles for all Levels" with Karl Soderlund at the Rowayton Arts Center starting begins on Wednesday Sept. 12, and runs for six sessions from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Rowayton Arts Center, 145 Rowayton Avenue.
Students will learn ways to build upon their artistic talents from the beginner to the advanced student. The course will detail every aspect in creating a finished painting while further developing skills. All areas of the painting process will be demonstrated and there will be individual guidance. Instruction and critiques are given every day covering information on every phase of a painting.
"My teaching is designed to help artists improve their ability to express themselves and enable them to grow with greater artistic quality and confidence," said Soderlund.
Soderlund's work can be found hanging in more than 250 public and private collections, including Interpublic Companies, Merrill Lynch, Pepsi-Cola and the Heisman Trophy portrait collection. His paintings have been shown in the finest galleries, as well as featured on television, in magazines and newspapers. He led the introduction of the Heisman Trophy Awards on national television by painting that year's winner. In 2010, he had his first solo exhibit at the National Arts Club in New York City featuring his series "Iconic Obsessions."
For information, visit rowaytonartscenter.org.