Join Arthur Johnsen and friends along the spectacular south-east coast of Hawai'i Island, where native jungle, sea cliffs, crashing waves and distant lava plumes will inspire our art experiments and masterpieces. We'll review oil-painting basics and compositional approaches, and explore techniques for achieving the jewel tones, vibrant light and expressive atmosphere so special to this region.
About the Facilitator(s)
Arthur Johnsen is a well known painter on the Big Island of Hawai'i, with numerous works in private collections and public venues throughout the state. He brings a deep understanding of the islands to his work and teaching, having grown up in Honolulu and having lived for many years in the Puna district of Hawai'i Island. His most famous work is "The Goddess Pele" which hangs at the Kilauea Visitors Center in the Volcanoes National Park.