Artistic Development Workshop & Critique with Leo Neufeld

Saturday, April 22, 1:00pm

 

Artistic Development Workshop & Critique with Leo Neufeld

Saturday April 22, 1:00 – 5:00pm

Receiving constructive feedback about your art can greatly improve your skills and take your work to the next level. Join Leo Neufeld, a contemporary realist landscape and portrait painter with over 30 years of teaching experience, for this critique style workshop. Tap into Leo’s extensive knowledge and expertise by bringing up to 5 of your current paintings or drawings to class for discussion. Leo will give insight into what makes an artwork successful, covering an array of art concepts and philosophies. The workshop will end with a visit to Leo’s studio where he will examine his own work for the participants.

Location: Harwood's 6th Street Studio & Leo Neufeld's Studio
Class Fee: $60 / $50 Harwood Members 

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About Leo:
Leo Neufeld graduated from the University Wisconsin Madison in 1972. After graduation, Neufeld moved to New York where he studied at the Arts Student League for 5 years. As a contemporary realist landscape and portrait painter, Neufeld has exhibited work all over the country and completed numerous commissions. One of his most notable exhibitions was in 1986 at the Grand Central Art Gallery. This exhibition opened the door to a teaching position at the National Academy of Art and Design. Neufeld has taught for over 30 years, 19 of which were at the Harwood Art Center. Neufeld currently lives and works in Albuquerque.

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HARWOOD STORIES

Richard Goulis

Former Harwood Employee

In 1992, I answered a HELP WANTED ad for substitute teachers at Escuela del Sol Montessori. There I met Friedje, who astutely noticed I had some experience in organizing artists and arts organizations. I began searching for interested artists and set out creating art workshops for the community. We soon began offering about 30 workshops, in everything from pinhole photography, drawing, performance art, to ceramics, mask making, video production and more.  After this successful summer session, I was offered a managerial position and began to see what could come of the newly minted “Harwood Art Center.”  After about one year we had 65 amazing artists in the studios, with a growing waiting list of well over 50 people, a working performance space, dance floor and darkroom, various gallery spaces, as well as classes just about every night of the week.

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