Intro to Oil Painting Workshop (January edition)
January 26 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Glenn Payne is happy to announce a new Intro to Oil Painting Workshop that he’ll be hosting on Jan 26th at the Link Centre. 1:30-4:30pm. $50. Supplies Included. More info on the class is available in the event description. Please feel free to invite/tag anyone you think might be interested. Spots are limited so make sure to register soon.
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An introductory workshop in the basics of oil painting by Artist/Filmmaker Glenn Payne. The class will touch on drawing, composition, color harmony, edge work, and various other elements. Supplies provided. Limited spots available so make sure to sign up early. Minimum of 6 students required for the class to be held.
Sign up now to reserve your spot. Due to limited spots the class deposit is non refundable. 15 student max.
The workshop will be held at Art Link Studios at the Link Centre in Tupelo, MS on Jan 26th from 1:30pm-4:30pm. Make sure to wear clothes you aren’t worried about getting paint on. Ages 18 and up.
“Glenn Payne is an award winning filmmaker and artist, as well as an improvisational and film actor. He lives in Blue Springs, Mississippi where he creates artwork and produces independent films with the abundance of local talent Mississippi has to offer.
He studied painting under Brent Funderburk and Jeffrey Haupt at Mississippi State University and crafted his improvisational acting skills with his troupe West of Shake Rag, based in Tupelo, MS, as well as receiving training at Second City in Chicago, IL.
He continues to exhibit his artwork through galleries, art events, and private collections around the world. The multiple art forms go hand in hand when one considers the concepts of composition, dramatic lighting, color, and story telling.
Although Payne continuously tries to find a balance between fine Art, performance, and film his overall goal is simply to continue to create.”