Brian Shure

Master Printer Director, Anderson Ranch Editions Chair, Gallery Program

Brian Shure is represented by Planthouse Gallery in New York. He has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, Brown and Cornell Universities, and has printed at Editions Press, Crown Point Press, Graphicstudio, Houston Fine Art Press, and Gemini G.E.L. He is Master Printer, Director of Anderson Ranch Editions and Chair of the Patton-Malott Gallery at Anderson Ranch.

Brian's Links:

Website

Email Address:

bshure@andersonranch.org

Phone:

970-924-5075

Brian's Upcoming Workshops

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    Open to All

    Students of any skill and knowledge level.

Jun 7 - 11, 2021
9AM-5PM

Portrait & Figure in Watercolor: curiosity & awareness

Brian Shure

Tuition $1,095
Code D0110-21

Bring the face and figure to life with the transparency and immediacy of watercolor. This extremely expressive media can also be highly controlled. Students work from life as well as photographic sources in this deceivingly direct paint medium. With daily demonstrations and a series of simple and accessible studio exercises, students develop skills controlling resoluble colors, reserving and pulling back highlights and maintaining brilliant and delicate tones that are unique to water-based media.

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    Open to All

    Students of any skill and knowledge level.

Aug 30 - Sep 3, 2021
9AM-5PM

Watermedia Monotype

Brian Shure

Tuition $995
Code R1312-21

Develop printing and watermedia painting skills in this experimental monotype workshop. Create prints using solvent-free watercolor, developing the image through a series of states and multiple layers to better understand color and compositional strategies. This simple, yet stunning process allows for the printing of crisp watercolors with brilliant highlights. The immediacy of the finished print belies the free experimentation and repeated addition, subtraction and radical changes one can make in developing painting on a nonabsorbent surface and then transferring it to paper. Each remaining ghost image can then be reworked in a new direction and printed again.

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