Dominique Medici Studio, Seattle WA
August 11-12 2018
(Semi Private Workshop, Limited to 6)
Egg Tempera painting is an exceptionally beautiful and subtle painting medium that is said to date back to ancient Egypt. It was commonly practiced in the 14th and 15th C. in Italy during the Italian Renaissance, notably, by virtuoso painters like Giotto, Fra Angelico, Botticelli and in recent times most notably by Andrew Wyeth.
Continuing on from Egg Tempera Part 1 we will learn about the practice the technique of traditional bole gilding. Having learned the Egg tempera process this weekend workshop focuses on practice. We will spend the weekend copying a painting by Renaissance Masters Piero Della Francesca, Fra Angelico or Sandro Botticelli
Introduction to Egg Tempera Part 1 Materials and Techniques