For those who have ever been intimidated by watercolor, Alan will help build confidence as students develop their paintings. Sign up now for the two-day workshop, held March 21 and 22, 2020.
Learn to paint the dogwood tree and incorporate it into realistic watercolor landscapes. Using both wet-in-wet technique and detailed dry brush, Alan will teach how to literally “sculpt” a floral subject into a painting from back to front, and utilize the white of the paper to create dramatic light and shadow. Unlike most watercolorists who gradually add pigment to paper working from light to dark, Alan paints from dark to light, much like an oil painter. This allows for bolder brushstrokes, more spontaneity, and a fresher look.
Alan likes to spend time individually with students, so all levels are welcome. The workshop is open statewide, but there is limited enrollment!
Alan Shuptrine Workshop at a Glance
Dates – Saturday March 21 and Sunday March 22, 2020
9 am to 4 pm CST, each day
Break provided for your brown bag lunch
Location – Plaza Artist Materials, Nashville, TN
Workshop fee: $250.00
Shuptrine’s accepts checks, Visa, or Mastercard (see below), payment in full.
50% refundable if cancelled prior to March 1, 2020. No refund if cancelled after that date, but fee could be applied to a future Shuptrine workshop.
A supply list will be provided upon registration.
The maximum number of students is fifteen, so sign up soon!
Sign up for the Workshop
Make a reservation by calling (423) 266-4453 or emailing M. Rachelle Haddock, National Gallery Manager, at email@example.com .
If you are paying by credit card, you can supply your credit card number when you call.
To pay by check, make payable and mail to:
P.O. Box 144
Lookout Mountain, TN 37350