Discover what transparent and opaque wet glazing on saturated paper can achieve in depth, richness, and luminosity. This also creates a relaxed working time and rich color. Learn to manage moisture in your brush, paint, and paper and balance it with appropriate timing on wet, moist and dry paper to uncover the tremendous flexibility of watercolor including reworking or finishing stalled paintings.
Start with intuitive paint application or blocking in large shapes and values and then lift or sculpt out of it then glaze and layer. Paint your light values back in and achieve rich, dimensional, flower portraits or still lifes. You can easily get loose, flowing color, soft edges as well as crisp details. Paint your favorite floral, still life, or other subject.
We will work from a supplied photo—or bring your own 8x10 photo(s). Materials list and one project will be provided. This is a hands-on class, for all levels.
Jeanne Hyland teaches lively and popular workshops in her unique flexible “Wet & Workable” method taking the rushed feeling out of watercolor. Jeanne is known for her remarkable colorful portraits, expressive floral and still life paintings. She paints her subjects with passion and vibrant colors. We hope that you join us for this artistic workshop on Thursday, September 20!
Step outside of our welcoming and comfortable community at Brittany Square Apartments in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the day! This event is coming to town on (day), and it promises to be a wonderful time!
Thursday, September 20, 2018—9:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
Bartlesville Art Association
500 South Dewey Avenue
Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003