A painting workshop is an organized series of talks, discussions and activities related to painting techniques, styles, media, or to artists and art movements.
Painting styles such as Realism, Cubism, Pointillism etc.
Paintings of a particular country. For example, Japanese paintings, Indian paintings, British paintings etc.
Kinds of painting, such as Indian folk paintings, Miniature paintings etc.
Paintings belonging to a specific genre. For instance, portrait painting, landscape painting, still-life painting etc.
Paintings employing different media. Consider oil paintings, water-color paintings, pen and ink paintings etc.
Painting tools such as brushes, pencils, palettes, colors
Painting technicalities such as use of perspective, light-effects, proportions etc.
Art movements such as Renaissance, Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Modernism etc.
Famous artists such as Michelangelo, Turner, Monet etc.
Choice of painting surface, such as canvas, glass, paper, cloth etc.
Painting Themes such as animals, human figures, war, religion etc.
How to make painting a career, as opposed to simply a hobby: how to market paintings.
It is an opportunity for art enthusiasts to share their ideas, pick up tips and enrich their knowledge. There is no specific agenda associated with the term ‘painting workshop’. These workshops may be devoted to any specific or any combination of particular facets of the art of painting.
For instance, workshops could be organized on:
Painting workshops can range from a single day to an entire month and more. The workshop could simply be a series of talks and discussions, or it could involve practical work as well. Sometimes, painting workshops might involve traveling and group work.
All in all, a painting workshop is a forum to meet fellow artists or other people interested in painting and other art forms, and learn new techniques, get feedback, discuss ideas, clarify doubts, ask questions, refine one’s style, pick up useful tips, and perhaps interact with established painters. Moreover, a painting workshop often helps one shed inhibitions and express oneself and one’s art more freely.