“Between Two Easels,” an oil painting discussion with Dot Bunn, Cindy Roesinger and Jas Szygiel will take place from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21, at Phoenix Art Supplies and Framing in Doylestown.
The three accomplished artists will discuss their experiences as oil painters. They will talk about why they chose oil as their medium. They’ll describe and define their style and how oil painting suits their vision. They’ll explain their training, learning curves working with oil paints and some of their setbacks. The audience is invited to participate and question the artists.
Those with questions they would like to be considered for incorporation into the discussion can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bunn is a full-time professional studio painter and is active in the Bucks County art community. She exhibits both regionally and nationally. Bunn is committed to merging traditional knowledge with the latest tools of technology. She teaches traditional oil painting and color theory at Red Stone Farm Studio, just outside Doylestown.
Bunn can be reached via email at email@example.com. Visit her website to view her work.
Roesinger has a BFA with a concentration in photography. Her professional career began in New York, as a photo editor. Upon moving to Bucks County and being inspired by the rich scenery and artistic culture of the area, she began her foray into oil painting.
Roesinger is a self-taught painter. Her internationally known work has garnished awards and inclusion in notable invitational and solo exhibitions. She works and resides in Doylestown.
Contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or view her work on her website.
Szygiel is a lifelong resident of Bucks County and has been exhibiting his work for over 35 years in regional galleries while participating in countless juried shows nationally. His paintings are stylized realism using tonalism and sfumato painting techniques, which creates unique atmosphere and mood.
Email him at email@example.com or view his work on his website.
Admission is free, but seating is limited. Reservations are required; call 215-345-0980.