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Winter 10-Week Session
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All levels welcome. Space is limited to 6 students.
Beginning students will work toward understanding the traditional watercolor and its materials through exercises in color, composition and technique, and practice with a wide variety of subjects and source material-including their own-in and out of class. Students joining the classes who have had previous painting experience will be encouraged to develop a more personal, refined vision of their work with the possibility of pursuing future exhibition or grant opportunities. Classes take place at Ed Hinkley’s studio conveniently located in North Center/Lincoln Square. Learn more about classes »
Annual Workshop in England
2017 Workshop Dates: TBA
There are still a few openings in my Watercolor/Gouache workshop at Hingham Hall College in England’s lake District. More information »
About the Instructor
Ed Hinkley is a Chicago native and self taught painter who has been exhibiting in galleries and museums around Chicago and the Midwest for over 25 years.
His current work, which includes large scale oil paintings as well as watercolor and mixed aquamedia work, has generated grants and fellowships from the City of Chicago, the State of Illinois and the Ragdale Foundation. Ed participates frequently on art juries and panels of grantmaking bodies, and has taught oil and watercolor painting at the Lillstreet Art Center, the Evanston Art Center, at Ox-Bow for the School of the Art Institute, and at the Allihies Language and Art Centre in West Cork, Ireland.
Since 2010, in addition to the classes in his studios on Western Ave., in Chicago, Ed Hinkley has taught an annual workshop each Summer at Higham Hall College in England’s Lake District. Continue reading »