STAN MILLER: PAINTING THE PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE
ALVARO CASTAGNET: WATERCOLOR MASTERS -UNDERSTANDING THE 4 PILLARS
RONNIE RECTOR: BATIK & WATERCOLOR
TOM LYNCH: WATERCOLOR SECRETS REVEALED
STERLING EDWARDS: WATERCOLOR FROM A TO Z
For further information about these workshops and registration, go to www.sierrawatercolorsociety.com/workshops
If you have questions, feel free to email Linda Parisi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360.589.9330
Saturday, December 1
10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
The Wilbur May Museum,
Sandy Retter, Chair
of member and guest artist paintings to benefit Art Angels,
Nancy Podewils-Baba, Chair
November 14, 2018 through December 16
11 - 1 pm
The Wilbur D. May Museum,
1595 N Sierra Street, Reno, NV
Winter Exhibit, Chair: Diane Sewell, Chair
Sunday, December 16 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
More Info: http://www.sierrawatercolorsociety.com/newsletters.html
I very much enjoyed painting with all of you last week! Here are the steps for the reflections painting we worked on first. My demo still has a way to go. I will try to work on it soon. If/when it is finished I will send you the final image. Wish me luck!
“Acrylic Underpinnings” with orange and purple…
Light blue in acrylic…
With traditional watercolor paint the water reflections over the acrylic using the “reflections shorthand” brushwork studied in the exercise…
Add twigs and some bank weeds with acrylic ….
My demo as you last saw it in class – I need to add more branches, distant bank features, foliage definition, etc…
About the Artist:
David has emerged onto the national and international art scene with his signature “California VIBE” Watercolor Portraiture style has resulted in exhibits and publications in Europe, the Middle East, Asia (where he was invited by the Thailand Ministry of Culture to participate in the First International Water Media Exhibit), and the United States (Artist Magazine, Southwest Art, Art Collector, Plein Air Magazine, and the Palette Magazine). He teaches this workshop though many of the states and with multiple Watercolor Societies. He distributes a monthly workshop newsletter.
For further information about the artist: www.davidlobenberg.com
For more information about Workshop Registration :
Bold Expressions 2018
Northern California Arts, Inc. – 63rd International Open Juried Art Exhibit,
Sacramento Fine Arts Center
Juror: Margarita Chaplinska.
Online application deadline August 11, 2018;
exhibit date: October 2-28, 2018.
Best of show $1,000, $3,000 total cash & gift awards. For detailed Artist’s Prospectus: norcalartsinc.org & click on call to artists. “NCA Bold Expressions 2018.” Info: email@example.comFREE weekly watercolor newsletter! You can sign up on the American Watercolor Weekly website at americanwatercolor.net and get it sent right to your email.
August 14-17, 2018
demo August 18
Registration Opens May 1, 2018
Member Fee: $310 with deposit $170
Non-member fee: $360 with deposit $200
Author of three North Light Books, Watercolor Unleashed (2013), Discover Oil Painting (2016), and Brilliant Color (oil & acrylic – 2009), please three Watercolor Unleashed videos, two videos and four Oil Painting Unleased videos, Julie has taught watercolor and oil classes for over 30 years. While glowing, brilliant color in a format of painterly realism is her personal painting objective, her goal when teaching is to assist in the search for the individual artistic personality of each student, leaning heavily on the fundamentals of art as the gateway to fulfilling personal expression and intuitive painting. "We all have a glowing, yet elusive, mental and emotional visualization of what we long to express in paint, she says. Just remember that your skills must catch up with that vision!" Julie presents the necessary "nuts and bolts" material in a logical, practical manner along with large doses of encouragement, with emphasis on personal taste and goals.
About the workshop:
Learn how to make water look wet, reflective and splashy! With a stunning waterfall or intimate woodsy creek as your model, study watercolor in motion and glassy reflection. Painting water color that looks wet requires some basic knowledge of the dynamics of how water moves and how objects are reflected in its mirror surface. Techniques will be demonstrated to address the various puzzles which the artist is faced when painting this stunning, fascinating and challenging subject.
Reference photos will be provided, or you may use your own.
Studio lessons will focus on:
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