Sun10Apr202210:00 amArtsworth, 25 Pine St, Ellsworth, ME 04605
Colored Pencil Techniques with Richard Huck
This short workshop will cover the basic colored pencil techniques of layering and coloration. Along with these, I will discuss various aspects of the creative process. Attendees should bring along papers or sketchbooks, colored pencils and other drawing materials that you feel are necessary. If you wish to bring along subject matter to draw from that is encouraged. Be prepared to have a fun time while learning more about the use of the colored pencil. An open mind and humor are prerequisites! No clown costumes please!! 🙂
Email ArtsworthStudios@gmail.com to reserve your spot!!
$40 cash or checks made payable to Artsworth
10am - 2pm, please bring a bag lunch
Richard Huck Graduated from Millersville University, Millersville, PA with a BS degree in Art Education. He taught for many years on the high school level at Ephrata High School, Ephrata, PA and is now retired and lives in Northeast Harbor, Maine.
He has exhibited both nationally as well as internationally over the years with solo exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, Philadelphia and Lancaster, PA, Paris and Amsterdam. Group exhibitions include those cities along with Australia, Washington, DC and Japan.
Over the years he has won numerous awards regionally and nationally including the Best in Show with the Colored Pencil Society of America. His works have been published in both books and magazines including the Society of Illustrators, Art in America, Outstanding American Illustrators (published in Japan) and the Best of Colored Pencil book series.
Beyond working in colored pencil he, also, enjoys working in graphite, mixed media along with
photography, painting and various forms of sculpture.
Richard W. Huck
“Surrealism, then, neither aims to subvert realism, as does the fantastic, nor does it try to transcend it. It looks for different means by which to explore reality itself.” - Michael Richardson
I am a realist at heart, yet over time I found that it needed further exploration. I let the real
world act as a catalyst for deeper and more playful thought. My work portrays this thinking.
The environment is a work of art that opens infinite worlds of discovery.
“My head is round so my thinking can change direction.” - Francis Picabia
I enjoy pursuing various avenues of creative thought and although drawing mediums are by
far my passion, I am not locked into that alone. I enjoy photography, sculpture and painting
as well. The subjects that I explore are familiar with an emphasis on the mechanical, nature
in all of its forms and the underwater realm. I will alter and extend them as to bring the
viewer closer to the unexpected.