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Book Talk: Landscapes in Oil: A Contemporary Guide to Realistic Painting in the Classical Tradition
Parlor, January 12, 2020
Written by Ken Salaz with Forward by Peter Trippi
Sunday at 11am to 1pm.
Pictured: Artwork by Ken Salaz, Clear Morning Passage, 2016, oil, 30x40”
Four Landscape paintings by the artist Ken Salaz will be exhibited during the talk. Mr. Salaz is available to answer any artistic questions.
Lecture is open to all and limited to 35 participants
For Wait List: please contact Alexander Katlan 718 445-7458 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only 25 spots available–reservations required on a first come first serve basis.
Ken Salaz, Hudson River Landscape Atelier in Tarrytown, New York.
“Ken Salaz was born in California and raised in the deserts of Mexico and the American Southwest and West Virginia. Fascinated by the natural world as a boy, he created his first landscape painting at age of seven; his interest in Hudson River School painting and American Transcendentalist philosophy, which deeply informed his art, developed in high school. Salaz studied art at Carnegie Mellon University, the Cooper Union, and the Water Street Atelier in New York City, where he apprenticed with master landscape painter Jacob Collins, and has been
recognized as a Living Master by the Art Renewal Center. In his second career as a magician and mentalist, Salaz entertains at Fortune 500 corporate events and A-list celebrity parties. He teaches landscape workshops at the Hudson River Landscape Atelier in Tarrytown, New York, and lives in the Hudson River Valley with his wife, artist Camie Salaz, and their two sons. Salaz is represented by the Contemporary Rehs Galleries in New York City. Visit his website at www.kensalaz.com. My Instagram account @ken_salaz.