Workshop and a Sketch
I have a workshop coming up hosted by the Vermont Watercolor Society that I am now able to open to the public! There are only a few spots left, so please e-mail me if you are interested in signing up.
Vermont Watercolor Society, Westside Hub Class
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Pawlet Public Library, 141 School St, Pawlet, VT 05761
Learn to keep your own artist journal to capture your creative journey and improve your skills as an artist. We’ll share subject ideas, test drive materials, and consider compositions for combining artwork and text to create engaging pages. You’ll also learn practical techniques for drawing and painting the subjects you encounter. This is a fun, stress-free workshop where there will be plenty of time to learn and practice.
Fee: $65 Materials list provided upon registration.
Space is limited. Please e-mail me to register: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: We will take a break for lunch and it will be potluck, so please bring something to share. A refrigerator is available.
And now the sketch…
I was wondering whether I might use similar loose sketching techniques for small round birds that I used last week when sketching small round bulbs. Wrens are certainly much more precise than daffodil bulbs, but there’s promise here worth pursuing further.
Wowza! These are gorgeous. So (deceptively) simple, but perfect impressionistic studies. Nice.
Thanks Beth! Nice to hear from you!
I only wish I could “pop” over ….. gorgeous studies.
I wish you could too. It would nice to meet you in person!
I would love to join in… your work and this workshop is so inspiring!
Thanks Olga! Too many miles between us!
In my unprofessional opinion – I love it.
My unbiased response: your unprofessional opinion is perfect and much appreciated.
too many miles….. or I would have loved to !
These are astonishing! It always amazes me how much life one can bring to a quick sketch.
Right. The agony that sometimes comes more careful sketching is only sometimes worth it.