“The Zen of Painting: 100 Brushstrokes”

I painted this one as a demo for my Zen of Painting class at Eureka Studio Arts, sometime in 2013. The assignment was to complete a painting in 100 strokes, a challenge that’s harder than it sounds.

3 Responses to ““The Zen of Painting: 100 Brushstrokes””

  1. Sounds like a really challenging and innovative workshop. With the high pace of society today, it is easy to rush things and not slowdown to think.

  2. Sounds like a great workshop.. hard to make from SoHum tho.. Wonder if this is just oils ? Also found the info above hard to read due to dark background… just saying.

  3. Hi Marci — I changed the copy to address the oils question. We’re using easels for the most part, so oils or acrylics would work just fine. We can also set up tables for watercolors if we know in advance. The background problem on the blog will take a little more time to figure out, but you made a good point about readability. We have some SoHum students attending other classes and they often carpool to make the commute more doable. Thanks so much for your feedback!

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