Two-Day Workshop: A Photographic Eye—The Art of Precisionism and Charles Sheeler

American painter and photographer Charles Sheeler created paintings with overlapping images producing profound works of art. Study Sheeler’s “quasi-photographic” style of painting known as Precisionism by taking photos and combining them into spatial imagery by adding and removing details, choosing color schemes, and creating totally unique paintings. Join Robin Douglas on a two-day journey through local spaces and places surrounding OMA. All supplies for your original artwork will be provided.


Limited space is available. This event will be held onsite at OMA in compliance with CDC, state, and county guidelines. Sanctioned social distancing will be followed and masks that cover both the nose and mouth are required to be worn at all times.