Abstract Watercolor: "Branching" Out
If you're in a rut and tired of copying from a photo or painting like everyone else and are ready to paint outside the box you are in, then this class is for you. Learn the difference between representational and non representational abstracts. Student should have some experience painting with watercolor. You'll be painting using your own artistic expression. Abstract painting is fun and becoming more popular. You learn how to find exciting designs for an abstract painting and use negative painting, make strong compositions, use expressive color, glazing and overlapping to create drama. Students may paint on their own if desired with help always available.
Let's have fun: Grab that "branch" and express your love of color and shapes. For ages 18 to adult.
Instructor Linda Young, PWS, BWS, has earned a signature artist status with the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and Baltimore Watercolor Society; also a member artist of the Susquehanna Valley Plein Air Painters. She has taken many workshops with professional artists from all over the U.S. and passes along the information she learns to her students. www.lindayoungwatercolors.com
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