International Artist - - Oil Demonstration -

Camille Prze­wodek is an ac­knowl­edged au­thor­ity on color who reg­u­larly serves as an en­try and awards judge for var­i­ous paint­ing com­pe­ti­tions and events. She is also a much sought af­ter in­struc­tor, ad­vanc­ing an ap­proach to paint­ing fo­cused es­sen­tially on “see­ing” the var­i­ous light keys of na­ture, and ex­press­ing them through ac­cu­rate color re­la­tion­ships. She con­ducts paint­ing work­shops across the United States, and of­fers reg­u­lar weekly classes at her Pe­taluma stu­dio in North­ern Cal­i­for­nia.

Prze­wodek stud­ied with Im­pres­sion­ist master Henry Hen­sche at the Cape School of Art, founded by Charles W. Hawthorne (1872-1930) in Province­town, Mas­sachusetts, in 1899. She has been an in­vited in­struc­tor, lec­turer, and pan­elist on the Hen­sche-hawthorne ap­proach to see­ing and paint­ing color, and is one of a hand­ful of con­tem­po­rary Hen­sche stu­dents teach­ing the Cape School ap­proach to cap­tur­ing light in paint­ing.

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