Foliage and Form at Storm King Art Center - 5 hour Workshop
dim. 6 octobre à 05:30
Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor art museum located in the Hudson Valley. Since 1960 Storm King has been dedicated to stewarding the hills, meadows, and forests of its site and the surrounding landscape. Visitors experience the largest collection of contemporary outdoor large-scale sculptures in the United States under open sky in a tranquil and natural setting. Come explore form and function in your photography against a beautiful backdrop of emerging fall foliage. With a collection encompassing more than 100 sculptures by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time one can't help but capture the seamless blending of art and nature in gorgeous photographs. Collection highlights include works by Alexander Calder, Sol Lewitt, Alexander Liberman and David Smith. We'll begin the day with a picnic lunch (bring your own or buy onsite) during which we will have an orientation session and photo lesson where we'll cover such topics as camera settings for landscape photography, exposing for natural light, linear perspective, forced perspective leading lines, capturing and exploring form, composing dynamic images, and framing. Then it's on to the sculptures to practice our skills, and learn new hands-on techniques. Storm King Art Center is so large you cannot fully explore it in one day, so we will limit our photo field trip to the collections in the Museum Hill area and South Fields. The Museum Hill area is a large elevated bluff containing a large portion of the collection. The South Fields is where most of the largest sculptures in the collection are with big open expanses of land it makes for some striking images. Note: Admission is NOT included with your registration fee, check the website link for full details. To attend you must pre-register through our website. For more information and to register click here ( http://www.dengrovestudios.com/classes ).
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