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Class Name :

Class Date :

April 02 - April 30

Meeting Times :

Mon 6-9pm (5 sessions)

Class Location :

Room 209

Instructor :

Kosta Kulundzic

Price :


About this Class:

Oil Painting / Apr 2-30 / Mon 6-9pm • DPKK181L35

Based on the model of the Parisian “atelier,” this course offers a space where the student can express creativity and learn the basics oil painting. Through several simple exercises, still lifes, portraits or self-portraits, and a constant practice of painting, we will experience and understand oil techniques,  how to control of brightness and light, and sharpen our sense of composition. Students will also be able to work on their own creations and will be encouraged to use the art “tools” and classical techniques to create contemporary paintings.

The class will visit the museum galleries to study the collection for inspiration and to learn about art-making processes.

Artist bio
Instructor Kosta Kulundzic was born in Paris in 1972 and now lives in Hawai‘i. For several years he has been working on the representation of Christians and mythologies. He transposes biblical stories with contemporary popular culture, deploying codes of action movies, graphics novels and video games. He is currently represented by art galleries in France, Belgium, Germany, China and the US. Kosta has shown his work in museums in Europe, Asia and the US. Kosta was an instructor of painting and drawing at the French National School of Architecture Paris–Val de Seine, and at the Orsay University of Paris from 2005 to 2015.

Supply list:

- Drawing pencils

- Eraser

- Artist's Oil colors (tubes): 

- Titanium White, 

- Ivory Black, 

- Yellow Ocher

- Yellow Cadmium

- Cadmium Red

- Raw umber,

- Permanent Green,

- 1 or two different Blue:Ultramarin or Prussian with cerulean

- Flesh tint

- Bottle of Turpentine (for artists) or Bottle of Gamsol

- Bottle of Linseed Oil

- Small Bottle of Liquin Original

- Brushes, small medium & large

-2 small glass

- a cloth

- a small drawing pad: 11"x17"


Artwork by Kosta Kulundzic

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