Introduction to Narrative Painting with Teodor Dumitrescu

Sundays, August 5 – August 26 |1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

This class will focus on creating paintings that tell a story. By using literary elements, students will learn how to convey a narrative that can be both personal and have a strong visual impact. Using elements such as time, place, characters, and character traits, students will create a painting or paintings that highlight their individual interests. Students will learn basic composition and how to make work that will resonate with a broad audience. The class will take into account different skill levels, using the student’s individual abilities and natural mark making.

4-class session: $75 (RAM Individual Members and above $67.50; 52/52+ Project Members $65)

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BIO: Teodor M. Dumitrescu is a Romanian-born fine artist, graphic artist, and illustrator. He holds a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where his thesis work revolved around fantastical visions that mixed cross-cultural nostalgia with philosophical musings. Today, he lives and works in Riverside, California, where his work continues to explore themes of family, universal identity, and escapism. He is represented by Zolla/Lieberman Gallery in Chicago, Illinois.