“Abstraction Masquerading as Landscape Painting”

Plein Air Workshop June 2012

Joellyn Duesberry’s Plein Air Workshop was comprised of 10 experienced students who painted outdoors in her Greenwood Village garden. The discoveries in oil paint made to her by painter Richard Diebenkorn in 1986. The workshop humbly honors painter Richard Diebenkorn and his instruction in 1986.  She attempts to reproduce highlights of her discomfort and fulfillment and the real growth she acquired with him as teacher.

Students to “stalk” a subject with geometric underpinnings in the landscape: a corner, a small grouping or color event, or an architectonic feature contiguous with land, plants, or vistas.

Group Workshops through ASLD or per day private instruction coordinated with the artist