W A T E R C O L O R C L A S S E S
Smooth surfaces are a challenge for beginning and seasoned watercolorists alike. How do you paint a flower petal and make it look real, or a bird's feather, an autumn leaf, a weathered twig or the fur of a newborn calf?
"I have not tried to reproduce nature: I have represented it"...Paul Cezanne.
The concept of texture is a never ending fascination for watercolorists. From stone, to wood, to peeling paint or rocks at the shore, texture is ever varied and challenging. In our classes we look for new ways to represent textures.
Although... "To be interested solely in technique would be a very superficial thing to me." Andrew Wyeth.