Levels: Some experience recommended
Offered: One Saturday Afternoon, 10/26/19, 9:30am-3:30pm
Instructor: Jo-Neal Graves
In this workshop we will learn the layering processes and colors used to create a beautiful luminous flower with depth and also an interesting background. We will be using the techniques of wet into wet as well as layering/glazing. There will be practice of hard and soft edges. Since this is a one day workshop, I will send students a variety of peace rose images to chose from and ask that you have your drawing ready for class so we can get started immediately! We will be using a totally transparent color palette so please pay close attention to the materials list with regard to colors. Feel free to write to me with questions. I do suggest that you have some watercolor experience but it isn’t necessary to be advanced or even intermediate. firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please have your prepared drawing completed for class on 10/26/19 so we can start painting immediately the day of workshop*
“Jo-Neal was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and has taught for more than 40 years. She attended what is now called Cal State University East Bay. Although retired from teaching high school in Santa Cruz, California, she is still teaching…adults. She studied fresco painting and restoration as well as oil painting and restoration in Florence, Italy as part of her preparation for teaching art. Teaching at the secondary level encouraged her to add to her repertoire a variety of media. She remains the eternal student!