Mar. 23-Apr. 27
Instructor: Sean Gallagher
The Painter’s Studio course centers around further developing individual painting techniques. This is a course designed to allow the
intermediate/advanced painter to continue the study of painting through independent, self-directed projects under the supervision of faculty instructor, Sean Gallagher.
A little about Sean: Having first served in the United States Air Force from 1988-1992, Sean Gallagher went on to receive his B.A. in Art & History Education from Saginaw Valley State University in 1997, and his M.A. in Humanities from Central Michigan University in 2003. He has worked as a high school art teacher in the Unionville- Sebewaing Area School District since 1998. In addition to teaching full-time, Sean also enjoys teaching a variety of classes here at Studio 23. In his free-time, he works as an art consultant and a freelance artist.
Comfortable using multiple mediums to fuel his imagination, Sean can best be described as a diverse artist. These mediums include, but are not limited to, clay, paint, pen and ink illustration, chalk, plus sand and snow sculptures.
Recommended Supply List
Set of acrylic paint (preferably the Golden or Liquitex brand)
Set of brushes
Set of metal or plastic palette knives
White & plack charcoal pencils
Disposable palette paper
Matt Medium (preferably Golden or Liquitex)
Retarder (preferably Golden or Liquitex)
8 fl. oz. (237 ml) bottle of black gesso
Assortment of canvases- 8” x 10”, 11” x 14”, or 16” x 20” recommended.