Take THE WATERCOLOR JOURNEY with David R. Smith!
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2021 Online Workshop at a Glance!
Dates – March 11–13, 2021
Times – 11am – 6pm ET. 10am – 5pm CT. 9am – 4 MT. 8am – 3pm PT.
Instructor – David R. Smith
Location – Online Workshop: YouTube Live and Zoom
Registration for members AND non-members: $180
Jan Batts, Workshop Chair: email@example.com 615.516.4490
David R. Smith, Workshop Instructor
Artist and Workshop Instructor
A resident of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, David’s favorite subjects are found in nature as he explores state and national parks for inspiration. It is the contrasts between light and shadow and the ‘hidden jewels’ discovered in the fluid medium that inspire his efforts. David has studied under numerous instructors in the states and in China. His work has been displayed in galleries and museums across the country, and he has been awarded at the state and national level. He has received Signature Membership with the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, and others.
This distinguished artist enjoys sharing the challenge of working in harmony with a fluid medium. He will demonstrate how to achieve beautiful results by letting them occur naturally, providing the proper environment, surrendering some control, and working with the medium. David will be teaching three paintings during the three-day workshop: Sunny Side, Misty Lake, and Wonderful Waterfall.
Join David on a “Watercolor Journey,” learning the most valuable watercolor concepts and techniques. This workshop will save you countless hours of trial & error by demonstrating approaches in an easily understood manner that will open new doors of discovery and creativity.
Participants will have access to reference photos, drawing guides, typed outlines, and step-by-step instruction through all stages of the painting process. The workshop is packed with demos and guided practice. Regardless of your level of experience, whether the subject matter is City Scene, Landscape, or Misty Lake, you’re almost guaranteed to leave with a handsome work of art, and the skills, concepts, and confidence to take your paintings to a higher level.
David will demonstrate a wide variety of techniques, including “wet-on-wet,” “spattering,” “spraying,” linking shapes based on values while learning about edge qualities, the different consistencies of paint, and moisture qualities of paper – methods and approaches that will keep your paintings fresh with exciting blends and textures, and keep you inspired and eager to explore your new watercolor capabilities long into the future.
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