Making Better Landscapes with Paul Batch

04/15/2023 09:00 AM - 04/16/2023 05:00 PM ET




  • $250.00


Nationally known painter will guide artists through the process of creating better landscape paintings.


Dates: Saturday, April 15, 2023 and Sunday, April 16, 2023

Time: 9:00 AM - 5PM

Members $ 225.00

Non - Members $ 250.00


Instructor: Paul Batch

In this intimate workshop, Paul will spend two days providing lots of personal instruction to each student. There will be multiple demonstrations each day that you will be able to put immediately into practice at your easel. Each attendee will work at their own pace implementing concepts discussed as a group and Paul will reinforce the techniques demonstrated on an individual basis. You will leave this workshop with a better understanding of simplifying your palette, creating more dynamic compositions, how to increase the expressiveness of your brushwork and much more.

Instructor Bio

Paul Batch is a nationally represented contemporary painter most known for his atmospheric landscapes. Paul is a Signature member of both the Oil Painters of America and the Portrait Society of America. Paul’s work has been featured in numerous publications including the Artist’s Magazine, Plein Air Magazine, American Art Collector, International Artist and Fine Art Connoisseur.  Paul received both his B.F.A. and M.F.A. from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford. In addition to being a full time artist, Paul has been teaching art across the country for over ten years and is looking forward to sharing his tips and techniques with you.

Materials List

*You do not need to buy every paint color or specific brand in order to have a productive workshop. 


• Yellow Lake Deep (Michael Harding) 

• Bright Yellow Lake (Michael Harding) 

• Titanium White No. 3 (Michael Harding) 

• Jaune Brilliant (Williamsburg) 

• Yellow Ochre French (Michael Harding) 

• Transparent Yellow Oxide (Michael Harding) 

• Transparent Red Oxide (Michael Harding) 

• Cadmium Yellow Orange (Old Holland)

• Alizarin Crimson (Michael Harding) 

• Portland Warm Gray (Gamblin) 

• Cobalt Blue (Michael Harding) 

• Kings Blue Light (Michael Harding) 

• Ultramarine Blue (Michael Harding) 

• Thalo Green - Yellow Shade (Grumbacher)

Medium: Gamblin Neo Megilp 

Brushes: Bring a variety. I will be doing most of my painting with Robert Simmons Signet Egberts (sizes 4, 6, and 8). I also use Trekell flats and rounds.

Other materials: 

Ampersand Gessobords recommend:

6x8” (3)

18x24” (1 or 2 depending on how fast you paint)

11x14” or 12x16” (2 or 3)Palette Paper 

Odorless Mineral Spirits

Paper Towels

Images to paint from





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