WORKSHOP REGISTRATION:

Register by sending your check and the completed form (below) to Barbara.  A limited number of easels and painting materials are available for rent for a nominal fee. If you need further information about the course and/or the easels and supplies provided, call Barbara at 585 749-5225.

Workshop Fee:  $250   If registration is after April 30th:  

Early Registration Workshop Fee:   $235   If registration is received prior to May 1st.    


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Spring Plein Air Painting Workshop with Barbara Jablonski
May 17, 18 and 19, 2022 - Three full day comprehensive workshop - 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mail form (below) to Barbara Jablonski, 44 Meadow Cove Road, Pittsford, NY 14534.
Make check made payable to: Barbara Jablonski Email Barbara
( BJJablons@gmail.com ) OR call (585-749-5225) to notify her that this form and check is mailed. Your Name__________________________________________________________

​Phone______________________ Cell (mandatory)__________________________ Address_________________________________________________City__________________Zip__________         Email_______________________________________________________________ Enclosed is the course fee check: ______$235 Early Registration Fee   
______$250 Workshop Fee after April 15, 2022

Cancellation policy
: As of May 1, there is no partial nor full refund.
If cancellation is made before May 1, 50% of the workshop fee will be returned.  

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Be covid safe!  go outside --- learn to PLEIN AIR paint!

More about this three-day course of study
This course will introduce the elements and techniques of quality plein air oil painting including: – Composition and design – Value, temperature and mixing of oil colors – Drawing and perspective 
Quick, direct approach "alla prima" painting techniques – The use of artist materials, brushes and equipment to speed up painting


Note:  There are three artist "setups" (easels and equipment) which may be rented for a nominal fee.


About this Outdoor Alla Prima Workshop
This course launches artists into the adventures of painting out of doors “en plein air” by teaching the techniques of alla prima painting with spring colors. "Alla prima" refers to a direct painting approach where paint is applied wet on wet without letting earlier layers dry. In Italian, the term means "at first attempt".

Workshop locations will be at three different sites located in the eastern suburbs of Monroe County as well as Wayne and Ontario Counties.
(Western New York State near the shores of Lake Ontario and Rochester, NY).

Demonstrations will be done using oil pigment. However, one-on-one instruction may include other painting mediums.

    2022 spring Plein air painting workshop


                   WITH barbara jablonski


​                                 A comprehensive three-day outdoor workshop 


Tuesday, May 17 through Thursday, May 19, 2022 

​                        9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

​​The workshop is intended for​​
– Artists using any painting medium who are “new to” plein air painting. – Experienced plein air artists who wish to learn outdoor oil painting as a new medium. – Studio artists who wish to learn the techniques of oil painting in the out of doors.

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Artists using ANY painting medium (oil, acrylic, pastel

or watercolor) are welcome.  Demonstrations will be in 

OIL pigment. 


Early Registration Fee: $235

Workshop fee after April 15th:  $250

Barbara Jablonski  -  1st Place Winner

2021 Thousand Islands Plein Air Competition

Painting sites and subjects
Painting locations will be at three various sites in the eastern suburbs/Finger Lakes region. 
Themes will include different aspects of landscape painting such as: – Architecture – landscape with buildings focusing on structure perspective as well as how to create aerial perspective using temperature and value (not line). – Water Scenes – how to paint water, shadows and how to create movement and light in the water. Spring foliage scenes may include docks and boats with focus on painting water. – Land vistas – exploring spring colors, how to create aerial perspective, how to paint backlit scenes.
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Barbara Jablonski

Class size maximum: 12 artists  Minimum:5 artists

Course includes:Instructor demonstrations in oil – Group lectures and individual instruction – Workshop instruction handouts for Workshop Notebook – Plein air painting sessions in morning and afternoons  – Materials and equipment list provided to registrants prior to class – Critiques (participation encouraged but optional)