Bob's Painting Improv - Three Faces.

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The following film was photographed at the end of the day - "after hours" during my recent Studio Mentor Workshop. Many of the students return at night and continue painting their work into late at night. You may even hear some of the chatter in the background. 

In the 3-1/2 day Studio Mentor Workshop, everyone arrives with their own goals - their own projects... getting ready for an exhibit, starting new work, 
or just to loosen up an old body of work. I'm there to offer guidance.

After hours - this is my time to concentrate on my own exploration and improvisation. This painting video shows me pushing paint around. Portraits/Faces, are not usually a subject I'm comfortable with. So instead, 
my approach is to explore moments with colors and paint improv portraits... my way.

I thank Robin Walker for shooting this secretly behind me. Afterwards, it was weird watching myself go through and relive these "moments of exploration."

Thanks for watching me paint my first improv portraits. Now you won't feel 
so bad about your work when you try new directions. Got to start somewhere.  I had fun with these - and I like them!

Here's a quick reminder about some upcoming workshops and dates. If interested, sign up now!

October 5-6, 2016 - Sponsored by the Elverhoj Museum, Solvang, CA
Abstract Painting & Collage! 
Contact  or call (805) 686-1211
Click HERE for details

There are two more Trade Shows in 2016:

Artisan-Santa Fe Expo, September 29-October 2, 2016
Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Jerry's Artarama Art of the Carolinas, November 10-13, 2016
Raleigh, North Carolina
Click HERE for AOC Website

View Bob's Workshop Schedule, click here.

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"Bob's Painting Improv - Three Faces" video.

Bob in his studio
Love, Peace & Happiness,
Robert Burridge
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