“Learning the Dynamics of Landscape” is a two-day workshop taught by instructor Kitty Dudics.
- When | Wednesday and Thursday, April 24 and 25, 2019
- Time | 9:30 am to 3:00 pm (with a lunch break)
- Cost | Members $140, non-members $150 | Pre-register by April 19
Art students will be taught the basics of landscape, including movement, the use of color and value to create the illusion of depth, and how to use texture for emphasis. Pre-drawing encouraged to learn to create value patterns. Students may work in any painting media, including watercolor, oil and acrylic. All are encouraged to bring personal landscape photos or images from magazines like National Geographic or Texas Highways, a small sketchbook, a few pencils and erasure. Check with the front desk of the Art Center for a supply list, or use the secure contact form on the website to send us an email.
About Kitty Welsh-Dudics
Kitty graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Art Education, and from the University of Texas San Antonio in 1981. She retired in 2015 from Del Mar College where she was a Professor of Painting for 34 years. She responds to the moods and seasons of the earth, the water and sky, as well as the vegetation of the landscape. Kitty feels strong emotional reactions to color relationships in nature and enjoys expressing its luminosity and range.
Kitty has exhibited her artwork in Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, Laredo, Victoria, Rockport, Port Aransas and Del Rio. Her work is included in many private and public collections including the University of Texas San Antonio, the Art Museum of South Texas, Del Mar College and the Corpus Christi Transit Authority.
In April 2017, Texas Monthly featured her work in, “Ten Texas Artists to Collect Now.” Her work was included in an article titled “art Edit,” in British House & Garden Magazine, August 2018. The University of Texas San Antonio Magazine La Sombrilla featured her artwork in, “Stroke of Genius” (fall, 2018).