Painting Color, Light and Atmosphere In Watercolor
SAN DIEGO NEIGHBORHOODS, BOAT HARBORS & ESTUARIES
September 4 – 8, 2017, 9:30am – 4pm
A Rare Five Day OpportunityTo Study En Plein-Air
With Australian Master Watercolorist
David Taylor A.W.I.F.V.A.S
Learn new spontaneous approaches to the art of Watercolor.
Key elements: Composition, drawing, color mixing and individuality.
Enroll early as class size will be limited to 16
Price of workshop: $575
Level: Intermediate To Advanced
If you are looking to improve your skills in watercolor, this workshop will help give you a chance to break new ground and find that special ingredient necessary for greater outcomes. Color, Composition and Individuality are major topics covered during the week. Working fresh and exploring the freedom and spontaneity of the medium with its magical way of flowing on the paper is encouraged.
Each day David will provide unique demonstrations of different techniques and styles to help participants achieve a better understanding of the many varied ways they can approach their individual goals.
David is a warm, enthusiastic Instructor. His workshops are carried out in a positive, harmonious atmosphere.
Contact Stephanie Goldman: 619-223-3930 or email email@example.com
$100 deposit to reserve your space. Confirmation of your enrollment will be sent upon receipt of your deposit or payment in full with your signed registration form. Price of workshop: $575
Balance of payment is due 60 days before the workshop begins. After the due date, the entire workshop fee is refundable (less a $50 fee) only if your space is filled.
Cancellation of workshop 60 days or more prior to the first day of the workshop is 100% refundable (less a $50 fee). Cancellations with less than 60 days before the start of the workshop, the fee is only refundable (less a $50 fee) if your space can be filled.There will be no refunds for no-shows or withdrawals 48 hours prior to beginning of workshop.
Questions? Contact Stephanie Goldman (619)223-3930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org