All of Gayle's classes and workshops include step-by-step instruction and personal guidance. To watch Gayle teaching a class, please visit the Demonstrations page!

Gayle Levee is classically trained as well as being an excellent instructor. Helping students build a solid foundation of strong basic skills is one of Gayle's most outstanding assets. She is also encouraging, positive and easy to be with.

To schedule a demonstration or workshop for your organization, please contact Gayle.

Upcoming Workshops:


PAINTINGS THAT GLOW - March 26, 27, and 28, 2015

Autumn River Would you like to achieve luminousity in your paintings? Would you like to be able to create vibrant, luscious paintings that are accurate and realistic? In this workshop we will employ time-honored methods of creating the illusion of brilliant light and luminous shadows. We will also strengthen your skills in depicting the form and structure of your subject while making every brush stroke count.

This workshop takes place at the Cary Art Center in Cary NC. To register, contact jewel.kichak@townofcary.org


PAINTING IN THE BOSTON SCHOOL TRADITION - November 6, 7, and 8, 9 am-4 pm, 2015

 

PromiseAt the flowering of the golden age of American painting, a group of young artists traveled to Paris to study with the masters. There they encountered the Impressionists. These artists brought home a painting style which is the synthesis of Classical drawing and Impressionist color. You may recognize their names: R. H. Gammell, Edmund Tarbell, William McGregor Paxton, Jean-Leon Gerome, and Paul Delaroche.

Their art laid the groundwork for excellence in American Impressionism, and their instruction has carried this tradition to generations of American artists. I studied this method under Robert Douglas Hunter, who studied under R.H. Gammell. 

I wish to offer this knowledge to you. This intensive three-day workshop will cover drawing, form and volume, color, light and air, composition and brushwork. Most importantly of all, I want to help you learn to see.

 

This workshop is hosted by Warehouse 521. For more information and to register, please visit their website.