2021 Jeri Greenberg 2-Day Workshop
"Don't Fear the Dark
Learning to Love Painting on Dark Paper"
Come paint still lifes and portraits that glow and pop with color. Working on black paper will give your colors and strokes new confidence and drama.
Day one of this workshop will start with a few color exercises to get you comfortable on black paper and then we will do a still life that hopefully jumps off the paper. The second day we will tackle a portrait, learn how flesh tones change depending on your surface and build a 3-dimensionality with your pastels.
A supply list will be sent upon registration. See you soon!
Hours: 9:30am – 4:00pm
The workshop will be conducted on Zoom. Details will be sent to all attendees ahead of time.
PSNH Members - $200 Non-members-$230
You may send in full payment now or reserve your space with a 50% deposit until May 7, 2021. The remainder is due by the deadline on May 7, 2021. (PSNH Members - first payment is $100 and the remainder of $100. Non-members - 2 payments of $115 each).
There will be a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 14 participants for this workshop.
Registration Form: WORD
Please make check payable to the Pastel Society of NH, print the registration form above, and mail both to: Joelle Feldman, 40 Madigan Lane, Harvard, MA 01451
Paypal available. If you pay via Paypal, please scan this form & email to or print & send it to the above address.
For questions, contact Joelle at: email@example.com or (978) 618-2041
Young Lady by Jeri Greenberg
After many years as a fashion illustrator and sportswear designer, Jeri turned her love of graphic design towards advertising for a while. Having time to devote herself to painting again - and falling in love with the pastel medium - has led to a new and interesting “next act” as full-time painter and teacher.
Recently relocated, Jeri teaches weekly classes at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington NC, and does demos and workshops around the country, as well as jurying pastel exhibits. She is represented by Water + Color Gallery, Art in Bloom Gallery and is a featured artist at Protocol in Wilmington, NC.
Feeling that "pastels are an immediate tool to express feelings" and the the perfect way to both "make the ordinary extraordinary" and tell stories in her paintings, Jeri works to constantly get a deeper understanding of this wonderful medium. With her background in illustration, Jeri helps her students get a strong drawing foundation down behind their color work. Jeri loves painting still life, urban interiors, figures and fabrics, and the occasional landscape.
From still lifes, urban interiors, figures and fabrics, to landscapes, Jeri's portfolio reflects the Power of Pastels™. She shares her love of nature, people's expressions and the soul that's hiding in an inanimate object.