The schedule for the third day was a smaller (a daily painting sized) painting demo--this time the subject was glass objects. After the demo we all returned to our easels to either work further on the practice painting of the previous day's setup or work on a smaller sketch to practice the glass idea. As I woke up in the morning feeling more clear-headed about this technique, I worked on the previous painting and felt quite a bit better with those results.
After lunch I participated in a business of marketing workshop that was very well presented and explained and Q&A on that subject ensued. I learned a lot even though I already have a good foundation in that regard. I would very highly recommend Qiang's workshop to anyone.
During the painting of the demo, there was a little worm in the orange that was a hit with the crowd as he kept sticking his head up like a periscope and looking around. It was noticeable as he was in the spotlight and silhouetted against the dark background!
At the end I purchased the demo of the flower painting and will post it here when I unpack the camera. It will be a constant reminder of my wonderful workshop with Qiang and his instruction. I say instruction because there are many demos where the painter doesn't explain much; with Qiang this is not the case. He is patient and as generous as possible with his knowledge and technique, and I understood and will incorporate many of his methods. Many of which I have heard before, but it just didn't stick in my head until now!