Artistic Development Workshop & Critique with Leo Neufeld | Harwood Art Center

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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Former Director of Harwood

When I started the building was primarily a studio center for artists with very little public programming. The only staff members were the Building Manager Marshall Kovitz and me, and we were both part-time. I worked to expand the reach of Harwood through lots more exhibitions, classes and events, and the Harwood Summer Arts Camp. I focused on community involvement and marketing, which transformed Harwood from a mostly quiet studio center into a public venue that was always buzzing with activity.

I am grateful to the Harwood for launching my career in arts administration over 20 years ago and for serving as the umbrella for 516 ARTS in our first year.

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