Tuesday, November 16, 2010

C.F. Payne Illustration Workshop

When: Saturday, December 4 at 8:00am - December 5 at 6:00pm

Where: Evendale Cultural Arts Center 10500 Reading Rd. Evendale, OH

From the Evendale site:
Evendale, OH – The Evendale Cultural Arts Center is pleased to present a C.F. Payne Workshop on December 4 & 5, 2010. The workshop runs from 8 am until 11:30 am on Saturday and begins at 11 am and ends at 6 pm on Sunday. The workshop is designed to teach a mixed media technique used throughout Mr. Payne’s 30 year career as a working illus...trator. In his demonstration and later in the workshop, Mr. Payne will create an image using acrylics, watercolor, ink, oils and colored pencils to paint his landscape. Students will create their own image and will be encouraged and instructed by the artist as they learn his technique. Students will be required to bring their own supplies. The registration fee for the two day workshop is $200.

Mr. Payne’s artwork has been featured on the covers of the Readers Digest, Time Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Sports Illustrated, US News and World Report, and MAD Magazine.
His work has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC, the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA and in a one-man show at the Cincinnati Art Museum in Cincinnati, OH, to name a few.
C.F. Payne has illustrated numerous children’s books including “The Remarkable Farkle McBride” and “Micawber” written by actor John Lithgow. He also illustrated Earnest Thayer’s baseball classic “Casey at the Bat” in 2003.

The Evendale Cultural Arts Center is located at 10500 Reading Rd. in Evendale, Ohio. The center is located in the restored Civic Center.

To make a reservation and for more information, call the Evendale Cultural Arts Center at 513-563-1350 or the Evendale Recreation Center at 513-563-2247, email evendaleculturalarts@gmail.com or visit us online at www.evendaleohio.org
Looks like a great opportunity!

1 comment:

  1. I agree. This is a golden opportunity for anyone with a free weekend and a paltry two-hundred bucks to boot.

    The economy is providing a cornucopia of opportunities for continuing education: David Mueller, Tom Post, Jim Effler, various instructive courses at Manifest —the list goes on.