2023-05-15 11:05 SteveHello workshoppers. As we enter the 3rd lesson week, once again I want to turn your focus to what spontaneous paintings are primarily for...learning. I've been seeing some nice spontaneous examples in the gallery, but just to reiterate, any new knowledge you've come away with is what's most important. As you go through this workshop please COMMENT and let me and others know: • what skills/techniques have been strengthened and improved? • what new techniques have you learned? • what new watercolor discoveries have been made? This is where the win will be in a workshop like this. If the pictures you end up with are to your liking, that's just a bonus.
Ready: A month prior to the start of each workshop, you can visit the workshop page for a supply list.
Set: (optional) Creating a student account ensures you receive an email at the start of each workshop and allows you to participate in the discussion and share your artwork. Register here.
Create: On the start date of each workshop, simply visit the workshop page for links to video lessons and instructions. Follow along and watch for free!
Participate: Participate in discussions and share your work in the gallery. After a workshop is posted, the video lessons and instruction sheets will remain on the site for viewing throughout the entire year. Join in and follow along at your own pace!