When: 12 noon – 3:30PM US Mountain Time (Denver/Santa Fe) on 3 consecutive Saturdays, April 15, 22, 29 + 1 one-on-one individualized review session to be scheduled at a mutually convenient time within a month from the last day of meeting.
Description: This workshop focuses on utilizing the unique aesthetic qualities of transparent watercolor to celebrate the colors and textures of nature around us. Through live-interactive demonstration showing the use of appropriate tools and techniques via step-by-step instruction and feedback, you will receive hands-on guidance on how to utilize the medium for developing your personal style of botanical art with contemporary aesthetics in lush and vibrant colors as well as in understated and muted palettes. Reference images will be provided, if needed. However, your own houseplants and springtime new growth around the yard or neighborhood may also offer you the opportunity to gather painting prompts and ideas.
Sudeshna Sengupta’s inclusive teaching style focuses on individualized guidance in small groups to meet each learner’s goals and interests.
Cost: $99 to $159 on a sliding scale. Email email@example.com for information about payment options.
Materials: Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete supply list.
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Calla Lilies in watercolor, 12″ x 16″ cold press watercolor paper