Fresco painting class
     I conduct fresco participatory-demonstrations at colleges, museums and high schools.  In the hands-on workshop attendees learn the Renaissance technique of fresco, using the same materials and methods Renaissance artists used.  Students explore the various aspects of creating a fresco: mixing and applying plaster, grinding pigments, transferring drawing and painting in the wet plaster.   For information on hosting a three-hour workshop or a mural project please contact me at:

Workshops have been presented at:
Adelphi University                              The Metropolitan Museum of Art
University of Southern California       J. Paul Getty Museum
Wagner College                                Morgan Library Museum
Norwalk Community College             Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Nova Southeastern University          Walters Art Museum
Classical League of New York           Queens Museum of Art
University of Wisconsin                     American Museum of Natural History
Parsons / New School University      Los Angeles Museum of Natural History
    and for private high schools and teacher in-service programs for teachers

Mural projects have been created for:
The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Willliams College
Baltimore High School for the Arts
Madision High School, Maine


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fresco painting and oil painting, Walter O'Neill