Painting Series: SELF-PORTRAIT-19
About this painting series
In 1918, during the Spanish flu pandemic, painter Edvard Much created a self-portrait. We’re seeing an uptick in individual self-reflection during our current self-contained time and we believe creating a self-portrait would be a mindful way to process any unchecked ominous emotions as well as a visual way to document our time.
Inspired by Edvard Munch 1918 pandemic self-portrait, we’re doing one now.
• Use your smart phone to capture an image of yourself.
• Alternatively, use a mirror during portrait session.
• We encourage you to use a current image of yourself rather than one from the past.
• We don’t want anyone to leave their homes. We do not advise to go get a print out of your selfie unless you have a printer at home.
Watch it live or watch it later
You can attend the painting workshop live or you can replay it later at your convenience, you decide, just make sure you register.
We'll provide easy-to-follow steps, comprehensive instruction, and tips to help you develop your own work.
Any painting level is welcome.
Feature it, Share it, Sell it.
Registrants will be able to feature the final work for sale on our gallery, so your hard works gets properly and deservedly showcased. We already know your work is collectable, so our gallery allows potential collectors to buy your piece conveniently.
About the materials
This is an oil painting workshop. Here is a list of the materials we generally use. Don't worry too much if the materials don't exactly match.
FOR THIS SERIES WE ASK YOU TO USE A 9X12 FORMAT.
Personable and Personalized
You'll be able to chat with us, post questions, feature your work for a critique session.
We'll provide a shared photo album link so we can all upload and share our work.
Webinar is 2:30 hours long.
A shared photo album link will be provided so we can upload our work and give feedback during webinar.
Please use Google Chrome browser on a laptop for best viewing experience.
About Roofless Painters
We are a nomadic painting atelier presenting art education and exhibit opportunities to adults with all levels of artistic experience, practice, or representation. Our itinerant art studio pops up in local art-loving venues, historical landmarks, and outdoor environments, providing fine art instruction and white-glove service in a fully supplied setup for a professional studio practice experience. We are unconfined, self-contained, all-inclusive, and nonsectarian.